Keith R. England, MD (Emeritus)




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Member Since: 1999 (Emeritus, 2012)
Title: Emeritus Member
Training: University of California San Diego and LAC+USC
Specialty Expertise: General surgical pathology
Other Interests: Sports, sports analogies, animal rescue, and walkabouts




Dr. England graduated with a B.S.-Microbiology from California State Polytechnic University, summa cum laude, in 1978. He received his medical degree from the University of California San Diego (UCSD) in 1983 and his residency training at LAC+USC. Following a fellowship in surgical pathology, he was appointed to the medical staff at LAC+USC for one year. From 1989 to 1999, he was a staff pathologist at Queen of the Valley Hospital in West Covina, where he served as Medical Director of the laboratory 1997-1998. He was medical director of pathology at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles. In 1998, Dr. England served a three month stint as pathology and laboratory director at Kijabe Medical Center in Kenya. Over his career, he has participated on various hospital committees and in numerous instructional roles for laboratory and nursing staff. He chaired the Recruitment and Staffing Committee for APMG. His personal interests include athletic activities and music. He is a member of the Christian Medical-Dental Society and continues to pursue numerous artistic interests and travel.
I am very grateful for the opportunity to have spent the better part of my career with APMG. I have had the experience of “playing on a Super Bowl team”, i. e. to work with a talented group of professionals committed to providing excellent professional services. Many different subspecialties within pathology are represented by the individuals within the group, and working side-by-side with these physicians has facilitated my professional growth and sharpened my own skills dramatically.
Keith England, MD