Valued Member Spotlight

A quarterly SDDC Member acknowledgment, in recognizing the contribution of an Active Member. Every quarter, San Diego Dementia Consortium asks it’s Members to nominate a fellow Active Member (individual or organization). The SDDC Board then votes on the winning delegate, based on the amount of time/effort or money that has been contributed by the Active Member.

2018 1st quarter VMS

As outgoing president of the San Diego Dementia Consortium, Dr. Glenn Panzer has been recognized by his fellow peers as a Valuable Member of San Diego Dementia Consortium. As an active board member, he & the board initially focused on developing a cognitive data form so that hospital ERs would know the pre-existing status of patient’s with dementia.  Over the past few years the Dementia Consortium has focused on community education. He is particularly proud of two of the San Diego Dementia Consortium committees; The Clinical Education committee and the Community Outreach committee. Together they’ve focused on creating programs in educating the community of San Diego about Dementia.

Dr. Panzer currently serves as Associate Medical Director and Chief Medical Officer Emeritus of Elizabeth Hospice, of which he’s been affiliated with for over thirteen years.


October 2017 SPOTLIGHT

To kick off our Valued Member Spotlight, we’d like to show our collective appreciation for the pioneers of San Diego Dementia Consortium; Dr. Gilbert J. Ho, Sam Stelletello & Kathy Randall.

Their primary focus was, to develop a Physical/Cognitive form to be introduced to the ER upon admission, to assist the doctors and nurses, to communicate with the dementia patient being admitted and reduce unnecessary testing and improve care levels. This form is currently being used & can be found at:  Cognitive/Physical Data Form

Dr. Gilbert J. Ho currently works as a neurologist in Poway and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Palomar Medical Center and Pomerado Hospital.  Sam Stelletello, is the owner of Sunshine Care, a memory community & serves as San Diego Dementia Consortium’s Treasurer. Kathy Randall is now retired.