President and Chief Executive Officer
Institute for Family Health
16 East 16th Street
New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212/633-0800, ext. 1255
Neil Calman, MD, is a board-certified family physician who has practiced in the Bronx and Manhattan for the past 30 years. He is president as well as a co-founder of the Institute for Family Health. Since 1983, Dr. Calman has led the Institute in developing family health centers in the Bronx and Manhattan, and recently in acquiring a network of community health centers in the Hudson Valley. He leads the Institute in a variety of cutting-edge programs; for example, in 2002, the Institute became one of the first community health center networks in the country to implement a fully integrated electronic medical record and practice management system. In recognition, Dr. Calman received the 2006 Physician’s Information Technology Leadership Award, presented annually by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. Dr. Calman serves on a variety of committees including the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology’s HIT Policy Committee and the Executive Committee of New York City’s Primary Care Health Information Consortium. For his work in public health, Dr. Calman has received three national awards: the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Community Health Leadership Award, the American Academy of Family Physicians’ Public Health Award, and the Pew Charitable Trusts’ Primary Care Achievement Award.