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Ted Alan Tobey, M.D.

Curriculum Vitae

Ted Alan Tobey, M.D.
505 Central Ave., Suite #301
Pacific Grove, CA. 93950
Office (831) 655-9578
FAX (831) 655-4628
 
Birthplace: Northern Illinois

Education:

University of Illinois, Champaign, IL., A.B., 1972
506 S. Wright Street, Urbana, IL. 61801
 
 
University of Illinois Medical School, M.D., 1975
1750 W. Polk Street, Chicago, IL. 60612
 
 
University of Illinois Hospital & West Side V.A. Hospital, Chicago, IL., Internship, 1975-1976, Program Director: Ruy Lorenco, M.D.
1750 W. Polk Street, Chicago, IL. 60612
 
 
University of Illinois Hospital & West Side V.A. Hospital, Chicago, IL., Residency in Internal Medicine, 1976-1978, Program Dir: Ruy Lorenco, M.D.
1750 W. Polk Street, Chicago, IL. 60612
 
 
Stanford University Medical Center & Palo Alto V.A. Hospital, Palo Alto, CA., Fellowship in Endocrinology & Metabolism/Geriatric Fellowship, 1978-1980, Program Director Gerald Reaven, M.D.
300 Pasteur Drive, Palo Alto, CA. 94303
 
 
Honors:
Phi Lambda Upsilon Honorary Chemical Society, Univ. of IL., 1971
 
Phi Beta Kappa, Univ. of IL., 1971
 
 
Edward J. James Scholar, Univ. of IL., 1969-1971
 
Magna Cum Laude, Univ. of IL., 1972
 
 
Fellow of American College of Endocrinology, 1996
 
 
 
Qualifications:
Board certified Internist by the American Board of Internal Medicine, Cert. No. 65072 9/13/1978
 
Board certified Endocrinologist by the American Board of Internal Medicine, Cert. No. 65072 11/10/1981
 
 
Research and Professional Experience:
Instructor in Medicine, Univ. of IL. Hosp., 1977-1978.
 
 
Endocrinology & Metabolism/Geriatrics Fellow, Stanford Univ. Medical Center and Palo Alto V.A. Hosp., 1978-1980.
 
Associate Instructor in Medicine, Stanford Univ. Hosp., 1981-1986.
 
Member, Santa Clara County Medical Society, 1980-1997.
 
 
Member, California Medical Association, 1986-1996.
 
 
Member, American Medical Association, 1986-1996.
 
Member, The Endocrine Society, 1992-1996.
 
Fellow of the American College of Endocrinology, 1996-present.
 
 
Board of Directors, Good Samaritan Medical Group of Santa Clara Valley, 1986-1992.
 
 
Treasurer/Secretary, Good Samaritan Medical Group of Santa Clara Valley, 1989-1990.
 
 
Medical Director, Managed Care, Good Samaritan Medical Group of Santa Clara Valley, 1990-1992.
 
 
Medical Director, Good Samaritan Medical Foundation, 1992-1995.
 
 
Board of Directors, Good Samaritan Medical Foundation, 1992-1993.
 
 
Management Committee, Good Samaritan Medical Group, 1992-1993.
 
 
Board of Directors, Diabetes Society of Santa Clara Valley, 1991-1993.
 
 
Chairman, Education Committee, Diabetes Society of Santa Clara Valley, 1991-1994.
 
 
Medical Advisory Board, Department of Motor Vehicles, State of California, 1991-1992.
 
 
Member, QAC, CIGNA Health Plan, Northern California Region, 1992-1996.
 
 
Member, QAC, Prudential Health Plans, Northern California Region, 1991-1996.
 
 
Member, plan PAC, and Region II co-chair PAC, Lifeguard HMO, 1993-1995.
 
 
 
Hospital Affiliations:
Community Hospital of the Monterey Penninsula
P.O. Box H.H.
Monterey, CA. 93942-1085
Active Staff 3/5/98 - present
 
 
 
Practice Locations:
Ted Alan Tobey, M.D.
505 Central Ave., Suite #301
Pacific Grove, CA. 93950
From 11/1/97 - present
 
 

My Hobbies:

I'm originally from Northern Illinois. This is a farming and light industry community of about 60,000 people 50 miles south of Chicago. It sits on the a river which flows into the Iroquois River, which flows into the Illinois River, which flows into the Mississippi. My grandfather was a great outdoorsman and fisherman, and we spent many winter weekends hunting pheasant and rabbit through corn, soybean, and alfalfa fields. Originally I thought I was going to become a veterinarian as I've always had a great interest in animals, but priorities changed about the beginning of high school. I've always been very goal-oriented, and after just three years at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana (dual majors of biochemistry & mathematics/philosophy), matriculated into medical school at the U of I in Chicago in 1971. There I did my last year of college and 1st year of medical school simultaneously. I spent 7 years in Chicago (the stories I have to tell!) with schooling, internship and residency and in 1978 entered a Fellowship program at Stanford University in Palo Alto in Endocrinology and Metabolism with Gerry Reaven, M.D. I finished the fellowship program in 1980 (was also trained as a Geriatrician), passed boards in Endocrinology and Metabolism, and really have never left the Bay Area since that time. I spent 20 years in San Jose, first in private practice, and then as a founding member of Good Samaritan Medical Group by Good Samaritan Hospital. I spent about 15 years with the group, as a member of the Board of Directors and for the last 10 or so years as the Medical Director of the group. I left San Jose in about 1997, tired of managed care and HMO medicine and the upheavals of group practice, and spent about a year in Kona, Hawaii. That R & R sharpened my perspective, and I came back to Northern California to live and work on the Monterey Peninsula in 1998 - which has been a great match for career and location.

 

Revised 8/08

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