Title: Physician (Retired)
Company: Foxhall Internists
Location: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, United States
Charles Patton Duvall, MD, MACP, Retired Physician at Foxhall Internists, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the medical profession.
Drawing upon nearly 40 years of professional excellence, Dr. Duvall is an eminent and venerated physician who has spent the duration of his career tending to patients in their times of medical need. With the belief that his greatest award in life was the honor of taking care of patients, he holds a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University and a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Rochester, which he received in 1958 and 1962, respectively. Completing an internship at the Yale New Haven Medical Center and residency in internal medicine at the University of Rochester soon thereafter, he has been lauded for his significant contributions to the industry.
Dr. Duvall was a primary care physician and medical oncologist at Foxhall Internists from 1968 to 2000. Prior to this prominent role, he was a United States Public Health Service Special Fellow in Hematology and resident in medicine at Georgetown University Hospital, a lieutenant commander at the United States Public Health Service, and a clinical associate at the National Cancer Institute with the National Institutes of Health. Likewise, he also served Sibley Hospital as chairman of the department of medicine and Washington Hospital Center as a staff member, where he now acts as an emeritus member. He has notably served as the president of numerous organizations, including the Clinical Pathologic Society, the Specialties and Services Society of the American Medical Association, and the District of Columbia chapter of the American Society of Internal Medicine, which he considers to be the highlight of his career.
As a testament to his professional success, Dr. Duvall has accrued multiple accolades throughout his career. The American College of Physicians honored him with the Outpatient Teaching Award in 1998, the Laureate Award in 2000, the President Emeritus Award in 2005, and a Mastership. Presented with the Special Recognition Award from the American Society of Internal Medicine in 1979, the Sigma Chi Fraternity additionally offered him the Significant Sig Award. Notably, due to his influence as the chair of missions ministry and prayer ministry, deacon, Stephen Minister and elder at the First Presbyterian Church of Hilton Head Island, he was the recipient of their Man of the Year Award. Additionally, his contributions to his community have also accorded him the Mayor’s Citizenship Award in 2003.
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