Julia Boothe, MD, of Reform has begun her term as the new President of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama.
Boothe is the founder of Pickens County Primary Care and Medical Provider Partner for SMART Student Health Clinics in Pickens County. She is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and holds the American Academy of Family Physicians Degree of Fellow, which is awarded for distinguished service and continuing medical education.
"I am truly honored to lead the Medical Association as President during this important time for health care in our state. Our goal is to continue moving medicine forward, expand access to quality care for all Alabamians, and support medical professionals," Boothe said.
Boothe served the past year as President-elect of the Medical Association under President Aruna Arora, MD of Huntsville, whose term has expired.
Boothe earned her Medical Degree and a Master of Public Health degree from UAB and completed her residency at the University of Alabama Family Medicine Residency Program, where she served as chief resident. She also serves as assistant professor adjunct in the Department of Medical Education at the University of Alabama School of Medicine.