DR. EDWARD N. WILLEY M.D.
TRAINING: Attended public schools and University High School, Ann Arbor, Michigan. University of Michigan College of Literature, Science and Arts. Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Crapo C. Smith Scholar, James B. Angell Scholar, B.A. with High Distinction. University of Michigan Medical School, M.D., Student Research Fellow in Physiology. Intern and teaching assistant, Duke University Medical Center, Department of Pathology. Resident and Research Associate, Department of Pathology, University of Michigan. Postgraduate Medicine Lecturer for Kellogg Foundation. Trainee, National Institutes of Health. Recipient Rackham Fund and American Cancer Society Grants. Continuing Medical Education Meetings too numerous to mention.
CURRENT ACTIVITIES: Private practice of forensic medical and pathologic evaluation. Department of Pathology, Palms of Pasadena Hospital - Honorary Staff.
PREVIOUS ACTIVITIES: Active Staff, Pathologist, University Hospital, Baptist Hospital, Hope Haven Hospital, The Beaches Hospital, Office of the Duval County Medical Examiner (all Jacksonville, Florida); Lake Seminole Hospital (Seminole, Florida); Seven Rivers Hospital (Crystal River, Florida); Palms of Pasadena Hospital (St. Petersburg, Florida). Director of Blood Bank, Palms of Pasadena Hospital. Lecturer, Jacksonville University. Lecturer, Florida Law Enforcement Academy (Tallahassee, Florida). Consultant, Federal Aviation Administration. Chief of Medical Staff, Lake Seminole Hospital. Member Ethics Committee and Chairman of By-Laws, Utilization Review, Medical Practice and Accreditation, Pharmacy and Therapeutics, Disaster, Standards and Credentials and Risk Management committees and Medical Hearing officer of Medical Staff, Palms of Pasadena Hospital. Vice President, Medical Affairs, Medfield Corporation. President, Surgical Equipment Corporation of Florida, Inc. Secretary, Board of Directors of Medfield Corporation, Palms of Pasadena Hospital, Inc., Cory Medical Enterprises, Inc. and Medcor, Inc. Assistant Editor, Journal of Florida Medical Association. Member, Health Facilities Planning Council. Member, Peer Review Committee, Pinellas County Medical Society. Lecturer, Hogg Foundation. Consultant on Medical Staff Organization and Risk Management. Guest Lecturer, University of Florida Law School and Stetson University Law School. Director and Secretary, South Pinellas Medical Malpractice and Risk Management Trust. Contracted Expert, Florida Department of Professional Regulation. Member Grievance Committee, The Florida Bar.
SOCIETIES AND CERTIFICATIONS: Fellow, College of American Pathologists, American Association for the Advancement of Science; New York Academy of Science; Life Member, American Medical Association; Royal Society of Medicine; American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Section of Biology and Pathology; American Public Health Association; National Safety Council; Diplomat, American Board of Pathology. Recipient of Continuing Education Awards: American Medical Association. Certified Florida Division of Worker’s Compensation.
MEDICAL LICENSES: Michigan (Active), Florida (Active), Georgia (Inactive), and North Carolina (Inactive).
PERSONAL: Previously: Director, Jacksonville Hospitals Educational Program; President, Palms of Pasadena Federal Credit Union; President, Beach House of Pass-A-Grille Condominium Association, Inc. Current Member: University of Michigan Alumni Association, Yacht Club Estates Civic Association, and Saint Petersburg Yacht Club.