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Meet the Next MSV President

By Hedi Cho
Communications Manager
Medical Society of Virginia

William C. Reha, MD, MBA

William C. Reha, MD, MBA, a board certified urologic surgeon in Woodbridge, was inaugurated as the new President of the Medical Society of Virginia (MSV) on Saturday, October 25 at the Annual Meeting. Dr. Reha previously served as Speaker of the MSV House of Delegates.

“Today, MSV is called to meet an increasing diversity of physician needs,” Dr. Reha said. “I am honored by the opportunity to serve as MSV’s President and look forward to working with our leadership and staff to ensure that MSV is seen as relevant, progressive and indispensable to physicians, regardless of their age, specialty or practice environment.”

Dr. Reha has been practicing for 26 years. In addition to his private practice, he has been an active advocate for organized medicine and for MSV. He has served as Delegate, Director, Vice-Speaker and Speaker of the MSV House of Delegates. Additionally, he has served as President of the Potomac Hospital medical staff, Prince William County Medical Society, and the Virginia Urological Society. On a national level, he has served as an alternate Delegate to the American Medical Association (AMA) and is a state society network representative for the American Association of Clinical Urologist (AACU). He is a Medical Society of Virginia Foundation (MSVF) Claude Moore Physician Leadership Institute Fellow and the recipient of the MSV 2009 Clarence A. Holland Award, which is presented annually to a Virginia physician for outstanding contributions to promoting the arts and science of medicine and the betterment of public health through political service.

Dr. Reha received his Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Binghamton University, received his Medical Degree from New York Medical College. His residency was spent in Surgery/Urology at Georgetown University and he earned an MBA from Strayer University. Dr. Reha also serves on the Board of Trustees at Strayer University and was recognized by Strayer in 2005 as the Outstanding Alumni Award winner. He also serves as a Delegate for the National Association of Parliamentarians (NAP).