Dr. Arthur Kaufman

Dr. Arthur Kaufman has a passion for creating innovative education and service models to better address community, indigent, rural and population health needs. He is the Vice Chancellor for Community Health at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, and a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Family & Community Medicine, which he chaired for 15 years. He helped initiate the Primary Care Curriculum in New Mexico, which became an international model for change in traditional medical schools everywhere. Dr. Kauffman has authored more than 70 publications and four books focused on providing healthcare to uninsured and marginalized populations.