Hamilton "Chip" Moses, III '68 (2003)

Hamilton "Chip" Moses has had a long and distinguished medical career as reflected in the range and depth of his medical experience and accomplishments. Chip is a 1968 graduate of North Shore Country Day School. Before entering medicine, he studied music and English at Oberlin College and the University of Pennsylvania, where in 1972 he received a degree in physiological psychology. In 1975, he received his medical degree from the Rush Medical College in Chicago. Thereafter, he entered residency training in psychiatry, internal medicine, and neurology at RushPresbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago, The National Hospital London and Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland.
Hamilton "Chip" Moses has had a long and distinguished medical career as reflected in the range and depth of his medical experience and accomplishments. Chip is a 1968 graduate of North Shore Country Day School. Before entering medicine, he studied music and English at Oberlin College and the University of Pennsylvania, where in 1972 he received a degree in physiological psychology. In 1975, he received his medical degree from the Rush Medical College in Chicago. Thereafter, he entered residency training in psychiatry, internal medicine, and neurology at RushPresbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago, The National Hospital London and Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland.

Since 1995, Chip has been a Senior Advisor, Partner and Director of The Boston Consulting Group. He has guided many complex entities in their competitive strategy, governance and organization. Clients have included hospitals and academic medical centers, foundations and pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in the US, Canada, Europe and Asia.

From 1980 to 1994, Chip had a variety of roles at Johns Hopkins University and the Hopkins Hospital & Health System. Some of his medical responsibilities included: Director of the Clinical Neurological Services; Vice-Chairman of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Director of the Hopkins Parkinson's Disease Center; Vice President for Medical Affairs and COO of the Johns Hopkins Hospital; Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of the Hopkins Health System; and, Associate Dean of the medical school. In 1994, he joined the University of Virginia as Professor of Neurology and Professor of Business Administration in the University's Darden School of Business. From 1997 to 1998 Chip served as Vice President and Interim Psychiatrist-in-Chief of the Partners Healthcare System in Boston, Head of the McLean Hospital and Visiting Professor Neurology and Psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School.

Chip has received a number of academic honors. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology, Maryland Neurological Society; and, the American Neurological Association; was a founding member of the Movement Disorder Society and is an Overseas Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (UK). He is the author of 100 publications in management and medicine and has served on several editorial boards. He founded the American Medical Television, Inc. arid has served as a director or key adviser to numerous companies including Molecular Tool, Phoenix Medical Technologies, Veritas Medicine and as a member of the SmithKline Beecham Genetics and Public Policy advisory boards. He served as a Special Ministerial Adviser to the National Health Service in England.

Chip's community commitments include work in land-planning and conservation, historic preservation, and as an aide to the Episcopal Bishop of Maryland. He is an honorary trustee of the McLean Hospital in Massachusetts and past trustee of the Valleys Planning Council of Maryland. And when he is not helping the world through his work and volunteer efforts he is a sailor and landscape photographer. Chip's remarkable career as a doctor, consultant, adviser, volunteer and caring human being is to be commended and applauded. His life is true testimony to the School's motto of 'Live and Serve' and he is a worthy recipient of the Francis R. Stanton Alumni Recognition.

Presented October 3, 2003
Elizabeth Ingram '82, President, Alumni Board
The North Shore Country Day School
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