Carlos Gonzales, MD, FAAFP

Assistant Dean, Curricular Affairs
Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine - (Clinical Scholar Track)
Director, Rural Health Professions Program & Commitment to Underserved People Program

Carlos Gonzales, MD, FAAFP

Research Interests: 

Border health issues Health disparities/underserved populations Rural health issues Traditional Indian medicine

Degrees: 
BA: Carleton College, Northfield
MD: The University of Arizona
Honors and Awards: 
Medical Director, El Rio Neighborhood Health Center, University Physicians Healthcare (UPH) FCM Alvernon Clinic
Member, The United States-Mexico Border Health Commission
Arizona Family Physician of the Year, 1997
Senior Arizona Delegate, American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
Member, Committee on Rural Health (Chair for 1 year), The Commission on Public Health
Member, The Task Force on Universal Health Coverage
Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians, 2005
Past-President and Speaker of the Arizona Congress of Delegates
Leadership roles, The Arizona Academy of Family Physicians (AzAFP)
Participant, The Association of American Indian Physicians
Residency: 
University of New Mexico, Family Medicine
Fellowship: 
University of New Mexico - Department of Family and Community Medicine, Adolescent Medicine and School Health
University of Arizona - Department of Family and Community Medicine, Faculty Development