Dinner meeting to be held Fri., March 16 at Club Green Meadows
VANCOUVER — The Clark County Republican Women (CCRW) will present Dr. Dino Ramzi as the keynote speaker at their Fri., March 16 dinner meeting.
The event begins at 6 p.m. and will be held at Club Green Meadows, located at 7703 NE 72nd Avenue, Vancouver. The cost for the all-inclusive dinner is $24 for CCRW members and $30 for guests and non-members. Reservations are required; register and pre-pay online at ClarkCountyRepublicanWomen.org.
For additional registration information, contact CCRW Secretary Anna Miller at (360) 600-6668.
Dr. Dino William Ramzi, MD, MPH, received his medical education at McGill University specializing in family medicine as well earning a Master’s in Public Health from Emory University in Atlanta. His academic interest has been at the intersection of health policy, management and health outcomes.
Ramzi has taught at residency programs, been a Medical Director at a Community Clinic Inc. in Rockville, MD and Chief Medical Officer of an Federally Qualified Health Center in Pasco. He was instrumental in opening Providence’s first Clark County clinic.
Ramzi has served as president of the Clark County Medical Society and is active in the Washington State Medical Association and Washington Academy of Family Physicians, lobbying and speaking on topics related to primary care’s vital role in the health of our communities and how to reform the health system using sound policy principles. In 2016 he opened Patient Direct Care, a Direct Patient Care practice in Battle Ground and recorded the fastest direct primary care start-up in history.
Ramzi and his wife live in Washougal and are very active in all aspects of their community’s life and growth.
CCRW is a fast-growing Republican Women’s organization and is currently one of the largest in the state of Washington. The website is ClarkCountyRepublicanWomen.org.