- Obstetrics & Gynecology
- Conflict of Interest
- Members Only
- Vice Speaker, AMA House of Delegates (Ex officio member),
- Members of the Council on Constitution & Bylaws (CCB)
Lisa Bohman Egbert, MD, was elected vice speaker of the American Medical Association in June 2019. Dr. Egbert, who has been attending AMA meetings since her first year of medical school, has held numerous leadership positions that reflect her commitment to medicine during every stage of her career. She began by serving as the student representative to the AMA Women in Medicine Advisory Panel, then as a member of the AMA Resident Physicians Section Governing Council before becoming chair of the AMA Young Physicians Section. Subsequently, she served on the board of AMPAC, the AMA’s political action committee, and on the AMA Council on Medical Service before her election as vice speaker of the AMA House of Delegates.
In addition to her involvement at the national level, Dr. Egbert has been a strong advocate at the state and local levels as well. She is a past president of Ohio’s Montgomery County Medical Association and is currently the parliamentarian for the Ohio State Medical Association (OSMA). She also serves on the OSMA Governing Council.
A born and bred Buckeye, Dr. Egbert graduated summa cum laude and with honors from The Ohio State University, earning her undergraduate and medical degrees. After completing her residency, Dr. Egbert began her solo practice in obstetrics and gynecology in Dayton, Ohio.
She continues in active practice and has delivered nearly 2,000 babies and counting. According to Dr. Egbert, having that “one-on-one relationship” with her patients has been the best part of being a physician.
Dr. Egbert has been happily married to the “other” Dr. Egbert for almost 30 years. Her husband, Brad, is an anesthesiologist in private practice in Dayton. They have two sons and a daughter, all of whom followed their parents’ footsteps and have attended or are attending The Ohio State University.