APMA President R. Daniel Davis, DPM, presented Timothy Tillo, DPM, with the Distinguished Service Citation on Saturday at the 97th Annual APMA House of Delegates meeting in Washington, DC.
The Distinguished Service Citation is APMA’s highest honor, presented in recognition of outstanding sustained accomplishments on the national level in scientific, professional, or civic endeavors. Dr. Tillo graduated from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in 1985, and completed residency training at Massachusetts Osteopathic Hospital in Boston, where he was senior resident.
He has served on or chaired countless committees at the state and national level, including the APMA Relative Value Update Committee (RUC) Liaison to the Health Policy Committee. He serves on the Risk Management committee and Claims Committee at PICA.
Dr. Tillo’s research has been published in the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association (JAPMA) and the Journal of Foot Surgery, and presented at the APMA Annual Scientific Meeting (The National).
A few words from those who nominated Dr. Tillo:
“Dr. Tillo … demonstrates the highest moral and ethical values with an unimpeachable character.”—Robin Ross, DPM
“Prepared for any challenge, Dr. Tillo is unfailingly responsive and cooperative in his efforts.”—Karen Lambert, president, Florida Podiatric Medical Association
“He has served APMA in the highest profile positions, including chair of the House of Delegates Resolutions Committee and Health Policy Committee [as well as] RUC Representative.”—Frank Spinosa, DPM
Timothy Tillo, DPM (left), with R. Daniel Davis, DPM (right), as Dr. Tillo received his Distinguished Service Citation at the 97th APMA House of Delegates in Washington, DC.