LEE A EVSLIN, MD 4-1184 Kapaa, HI 96746 808-634

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LEE A EVSLIN, MD
4-1184 Kapaa, HI 96746
808-634-4118 – [email protected]
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PRIVATE PRACTICE, KAPAA
2/1/14-present:
Part time practice providing wellness consultations for all ages. Weight loss is often a
component of these consultations and our weight loss programs are patterned after Dr Robert
Lustig’s weight loss program at USCSF
7/12/10-2/1/2014
Primary care practice: Provided care for pediatric and adult patients in the outpatient setting,
inpatient pediatrics, and wellness consultations for all ages
RECEIVED MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION IN PEDIATRICS
6/30/2010
6/30/2010
2007-6/2010
Did not work in a clinical setting between 9/05/05 until 7/12/10 but was actively engaged in CME
activities as well as providing non-compensated care to a regular stream of patients requesting
advice or second opinions. I took the Pediatric Review course in 2007 for 37.5 CME hours. I
have received approximately 220 CME hours in the UpToDate System since 2007 and earned
200 hours in the online Challenger course in Pediatrics 12/1/09-6/26/10.
PASSED MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION EXAM (PEDS)
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
TEAM MEMBER
2/2004-present
A small team created a parallel sister hospital /sister Rotary club relationship between Hawaii
and Cebu, Philippines. The result has been a forty-foot container and a 20 foot container filled
with donated medical equipment have been sent to Cebu. In addition, we have brought large
amounts of medication to Cebu, arranged surgery for difficult cases in the US, outfitted a
pediatric ICU, brought consulting physicians to Cebu, acted as the catalyst for a new pediatric
ward in a hospital for the Indigent, and hopefully created great good will in both locations.
Team member of Aloha Medical Missions serving as the sole pediatrician in an International
Medical Care Clinic in Indonesia after the Tsunami.
GENERAL PEDIATRICS, MEDICAL ADMINISTRATION, AND ADULT WELLNESS
PROGRAMS
KAUAI MEDICAL GROUP, WILCOX HOSPITAL
2/1979 – 9/05/05
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
WILCOX HOSPITAL
1/2003 – 9/2005
Implemented first phases of electronic medical records
Converted billing systems to interface with electronic medical records
Oversaw design and construction of a new OR and new Imaging Center
Oversaw fundraising activities for new centers; setting a local record for funds raised
Oversaw the development of a computerized Health Management Program for management of chronic
diseases in adults.
Played a very active role in quality and medical safety initiatives
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
HAWAII PACIFIC HEALTH
12/2001 -9/2005
In charge of HPH’s electronic medical records initiative statewide
Oversaw electronic medical records and billing systems rollout statewide
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
KAUAI MEDICAL GROUP
1/1990 – 9/2005
Directed the growth of the group from 34 to 64 physicians
Directed two separate complete overhauls of the billing system (1993 and 2003)
Oversaw merger between Wilcox Hospital (1996) and HPH (2001)
Developed and implemented several complete physician compensation formula changes
Developed active programs for quality assurance, peer review, and auditing for billing and charting
compliance
Sports Medicine Clinic
1985-1/1990
Physician in a clinic providing sports medicine, wellness and weight loss programs for all ages, back and
neck pain coordination of care, and pediatrics
ASSISTANT MEDICAL DIRECTOR
8/1977 – 12/1978
FAMILY HEALTH PROGRAM; GUAM
STAFF PEDIATRICAN
FAMILY HEALTH PROGRAM; GUAM
9/1976 – 12/1978
Raised the money, planned, staffed and built the first neonatal intensive care nursery (NICU) in that part
of the world, outside of the military. It is now the regional NICU for all the islands in that section of the
Pacific.
EDUCATION
PEDIATRIC RESIDENCY
Completed in 1976
Maine Medical Center, Portland Maine
ROTATING INTERNSHIP
Completed in 1974
Maine Medical Center, Portland Maine
MD
1973
Graduated SUNY at Buffalo; School of Medicine, Buffalo, NY
BA: PHILOSOPHY 1969
Graduated University of Vermont, Burlington, VT.
Professional Memberships
Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatrics
Recipient of the new Maintenance of Certification (Pediatrics)
Fellow in the American Academy Of Pediatrics
Board Of Directors Hale Opio (Not for profit organization dedicated to helping troubled teens) (Past board
member)
Honorary Board of Directors Malama Pono (Not for profit organization with oversight of Kauai’s HIV
programs)
Member of the Kauai Child Death Review Committee (past member)
Volunteer pediatrician for Aloha Medical Missions serving in Indonesia after the 2004 tsunami
Awards
Listed as CEO in the “TOP 250 Firms” Hawaii Business Magazine numerous years
Listed In Honolulu Magazine’s “Best Physicians In Hawaii” once
Personal Information
Married to Monica Evslin, four children, six grandchildren. Very interested in all aspects of wellness.
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