Curriculum Vitae
Charles H. McGowen, M.D.

Education
B.A.-Hiram College 1957
M.D.-Ohio State University-College of Medicine 1961
Internship 1961-62, Internal Medicine Residency 1964-67 Youngstown Hospital Association
Graduate of School of Aerospace Medicine 1966 (Flight Surgeon)

Experience
Active Duty USAF 1962-64 Shaw AFB, S.C. (During my two years in the USAF, I spent one year on the Ob-gyn service)
The remaining year was spent as a Flight Surgeon.
Active Reserve USAF 1964-69 Commanded the USAF Dispensary and served as Flight Surgeon for the 910th Tactical Airlift Group. Attained the rank of Major.
Private practice of Internal Medicine/Endocrinology 1967-1998.
Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine 1968
Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine (1980 to December 2006) Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine (NEOUCOM)

Memberships
Past President Youngstown Hospital Medical Staff
Past member of Board of Trustees of Western Reserve Care System- (a Youngstown, Ohio Hospital) 8 years.
Past Vice Chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine Youngstown Hospital Assn.
Member of exclusive EKG readers group Youngstown Hospital 1967-1998
Recipient of “Golden Apple Award” for outstanding medical clinician 1988 presented by interns and medical residents.
Member of Poland Local School District Board of Education-8 years.
Team Physician for Poland Seminary High School 1971-1981

Author
Author of several books including In Six Days –1976 [100,000 copies sold] a treatise on the creation/evolution controversy,
Where There’s Smoke –1978 [50,000 copies sold] a self-help book for the purpose of smoking cessation,
Dissecting the Truth; a systematic study of the Apostle's Creed-1996,
Let’s Talk About Heaven –Dec 2001 and
In Six Days: A Case For Intelligent Design- Oct 2002

Contributing editor for Reformation & Revival Journal. A didactic journal for church leaders.

Perform clinical competency exams on medical students and Internal Medicine residents at NEOUCOM (Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine).
Have reviewed charts of deceased patients for Medicare at Forum Health from May 1998.  (resigned 5-1-01)
Currently review claims for seven separate offices of the Bureau of Workers Compensation, State of Ohio.
Reviewed malpractice cases for the firm of Harshman, Bernard, and Ramage for 8 years.

Presently serves as Medical and Science Consultant to the American Policy Roundtable.

Married 51 years- 3 children- 8 grandchildren
Advisory Board member Reformation & Revival Ministries

Updated in May 2008

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