Cooper GME Recognizes Antoinette Spevetz, MD, For Dedicated Service and Leadership

Dr. Spevetz, second from right, pictured with Cooper GME leaders: Lisa Laphan-Morad, VP, Education & Research; Martha Matthews, MD, Chair, GMEC; and William Graessle, MD, Assistant DIO.

Congratulations to Antoinette Spevetz, MD, FCCM, FACP, FCCP, who was recognized by Cooper’s Graduate Medical Education (GME) Committee for her dedication and career milestone in GME leadership, serving as Cooper University Health Care’s Designated Institutional Official for the past ten years. Since 2009, Dr. Spevetz’s service has been a vital contribution to the education of Cooper University Hospital’s residents and fellows, preparing them to be successful physicians of the future.

Designated Institutional Official (DIO) is the title given by the ACGME to the person who has the overarching responsibility for all graduate medical education program at a teaching institution. Cooper’s residency and fellowship programs can be found at

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