Dr. Tawil Is Donor Org Associate Medical Director

For Immediate Release September 7, 2007

Contact: Maria Sanders (505) 843-7672

Albuquerque, NM- New Mexico Donor Services, the non-profit organ donation agency in New Mexico, has appointed Isaac Tawil, M.D. to serve as Associate Medical Director.

Dr. Tawil is an Attending Physician in Critical Care Medicine at the UNM Health Sciences Center, and Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine and Surgery at the UNM School of Medicine. Dr. Tawil attended medical school at Sackler SOM Tel Aviv University, did his internship and residency the UNM School of Medicine and his fellowship in Trauma/ Surgical critical care at the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, Maryland.

New Mexico Donor Services is committed to saving and improving lives through donation and transplantation, and inspiring New Mexicans to make a decision to Donate Life by signing up to be Organ Donors on their New Mexico driver’s license or ID card.www.DonateLifeNM.org

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