An Orange County doctor has been named president-elect of the California Medical Assn.
Charles W. Plows, an Anaheim obstetrician, was elected by the group’s 442-member, policy-setting House of Delegates at its annual convention in Orange County last week. Plows will be president-elect through March, 1990, and then start a 1-year term as CMA president.
Plows was elected vice speaker of the CMA House of Delegates in 1984 and has served in that capacity and as a member of CMA’s executive committee since then. He is chairman of California’s delegation to the American Medical Assn. House of Delegates.
He received his medical degree from the University of Iowa in 1951.