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GNOPS Bylaws and Constitution Changes
APPROVED

Wednesday, May 7, 2008 at the GNOPS General Membership Meeting at Restaurant August

GNOPS Bylaws
GNOPS Constitution

 

 

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Greater New Orleans Pediatric Society
2420 Athaniaabout Parkway, Suite 101
Metairie, LA 70001
Phone: 504-841-0145
Fax: 504-335-2266
Email: janna@gnops.org
URL: www.gnops.org

Janna Pecquet
Executive Director
janna@gnops.org

Jeanne Marie Tortorich
Membership & Events Coordinator
member@gnops.org

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2012 GNOPS Board Members

President
Michael Kiernan, MD

President-Elect-open

Vice President- open

Secretary
David Schneider, MD

Treasurer
Mark Morici, MD

Past President
Jeanne Rademacher, MD


2012 GNOPS Representatives

Ochsner Representative

OPEN

Tulane Representative
Steve Weimer, MD

LSU Representative
Robin English, MD

Children's Hospital Representative
Claire Neumann, MD

Private Practice Representative
Nick Danna, MD

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Residents Section (click here)

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Mission

Our mission is to:

(A) To stimulate interest in and further the study of Pediatrics.

(B) To uphold and to augment standards of Pediatric practice.

(C) To improve the health status of children in this community through education and service projects.

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History

The Greater New Orleans Pediatric Society (GNOPS) was created on January 11, 1955 by a small group of New Orleans pediatricians- Drs. J.D. Russ, Jim Treadway, Norman Robinson and Max Perret. These physicians first formed a group called Pediatric Education Group of New Orleans (PEGNO) whose main purpose was education for pediatricians after residency. After a year and a half, a group of physicians convened to form a new more formal and comprehensive group called the Greater New Orleans Pediatrics Society.

In 2005, GNOPS celebrated 50 years of making a difference in the lives of children in Greater New Orleans.

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