Fred M Gloth M.D.

Fred M Gloth M.D.

Clerkship Faculty

Immokalee Regional Campus

Clerkship Coordinator

Dr. Gloth has extensive experience in the development of clinical practices in multiple settings. He has directed the outpatient program in Geriatrics at John Hopkins and was president and CEO of a private geriatrics medical practice for over a decade. Dr. Gloth’s experiences include medical oversight of a long-term care chain, medical directorships of hospice, inpatient acute geriatrics units, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and a continuing care retirement community. Dr. Gloth has served on multiple practice advisory boards and committees for the development of national medical practice guidelines. He has, also, worked as a consultant for a large healthcare system developing geriatrics. Dr. Gloth has served as a Division Director for Geriatrics at a teaching hospital and developed an award-winning geriatrics fellowship program that he directed for 6 years. Finally, Dr. Gloth owned and electronic medical records company from 1998-2010 and has been part of the academic faculty at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine since 1990, as well as 3 other medical schools during that time. B. Positions (last 3 years) and Honors (selected). 2012- Attending Physician Naples Community (Member Palliative Care Advisory Committee NCH), and Physicians Regional Hospitals, Naples, FL 2015- Attending Physician, The Senior Friendship Clinic, Naples, FL 2015- Clinical Professor, Department of Geriatrics, Florida State University College of Medicine, Tallahassee/Sarasota, FL 2016- Attending Physician Friendship Health Center (Health Care Network of Southwest Florida) 2016- President and CEO, AMDG Naples 100 Senior Concierge and Consulting, LLC National Advisory Council on Aging to NIH (2002-5) Presidential Advisory Committee to the President on the White House Conference on Aging (2005)C. D. Other Support. 2017-present Faculty Lead for the Transforming Rural and Underserved Care Environments Project of the Florida State University College of Medicine Department of Geriatrics’ HRSA NCF-GWEP grant Health Resources and Services Administration Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program Award No: 6 U1QHP28709-03-03

EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, include postdoctoral training and residency training if applicable.) INSTITUTION AND LOCATION DEGREE MM/YY FIELD OF STUDY College of William and Mary in Virginia, Williamsburg, VA BS 1979 Chemistry and Biology Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI MD 1984 Medicine The Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, MD 1987 Residency Internal Medicine The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Balti¬more, MD 1990 Fellowship Geriatrics

FSUCares, Roberts Senior Center care, community lectures, board service, and volunteering comprise most of the service efforts for 2018 The teaching aspect has involved the development of a rehabilitation training experience for 4th year medical students with a long-term care and skilled rehabilitation facility in Lee County (Ft. Myers). Additionally, 4th year medical students have one-on-one clinical teaching at the Friendship Health Center, where we have developed a senior health care practice. Students spend 2.5 days weekly with the skilled rehabilitation/long-term care (including hospice/end-of-life), and 1 clinical day at the Friendship Health Center (Federally Qualified Health Center). Fourth year students spend one half day at the Roberts Senior Center reviewing medications and evaluating for orthostatic hypotension and hypertension. Fourth year medical students, also, have opportunities to do house calls with me when the opportunities arise during their rotation. Students have, generally, been very enthusiastic about that opportunity. Third year medical students have me on Wednesday afternoons for “practice pearls” and formal D3 lectures. If I’m not actually giving the lectures, I am in attendance to oversee the process. I, also, evaluate the students on their participation in such lectures and perform observations of the students during their clinical rotations in multiple disciplines. This year, there have been multiple teaching experiences (half a dozen or so) with the community on a variety of topics Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program (GWEP) received a little more than 10% of my time. Additional education presentations and completion of a book chapter on pain management in older adults and a scholarly book review comprised my scholarly/research efforts for 2018. COMMUNITY SERVICE: Florida Geriatrics Society Board member (Secretary) Florida Medical Directors Association Chair Poster Committee Health in Aging Foundation Board member Multiple community lectures Attending physician for Senior Friendship Health Center (Volunteer) ADVISING: Mentorship 2018 Faculty Mentor for the American Geriatrics Society Consultant to HealthCare Network of Southwest Florida for Senior Services Program Development

- Phi Sigma Biological Honor Society - American College of Physicians, regional runner-up for outstanding resident abstract (1986) - Brookdale/NIA Summer Institute on Aging Participant (1988) - American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) Fellow (1990) - International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) Research Foundation Fellow (1990 & 1991) - Fellow, American College of Physicians (1991) - John A. Hartford Foundation Faculty Scholar (1991) - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Lilly Clinician Scientist (1992 & 1993) - American Geriatrics Society New Investigator Award (1993) - "Top Doc" or “Baltimore’s Best” for Geriatrics (the most frequently named in “Geriatrics”) by Baltimore Magazine (1995,1997,2000, 2007, 2009, 2010) - Best Doctors in America: Southeast Region (1996-7), Woodward/White Selection - Award for best 1994 Maryland Medical Journal article (1995). - Who's Who in the East, MARQUIS, 26th Ed. (1996-7). - Fellow, American Geriatrics Society (1995) - Golden Apple Teaching Award, Union Memorial Hospital Housestaff (1996) - Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare, MARQUIS®, 1rst, 4th and 5th Ed. (1997,2002, 2003). - Best Doctors in America, 1999, Woodward/White Selection - American College of Physicians, Maryland Chapter, C. Lockard Conley Award for Excellence in Resident Education and Research (1999) - Selectee for National Hospice Organization’s Council of States Best Practices Library for Physicians’ Palliative Care Pain Hotline (1999) and the Maryland End-of-Life Training (MET) Program (2000) - Top-rated Physicians in America, “Guide to Top Doctors” selection (1999, 2002, 2003) - “You make a difference” award, Hospice Network of Maryland (1999) - Rising Star of Maryland Medicine award (Young Physician category), Bicentennial Committee of MedChi, the Maryland State Medical Society (1999) - Commendation from the Residency Review Committee for Internal Medicine for Geriatrics Fellowship Program for a perfect survey (without citation) - Best Doctors in America, 2000, 2003-4 Woodward/White Selection - Outstanding Service Award, Hospice Network of Maryland (2001) - Maryland Partnership for Prevention Grant Awardee for “Promote Adult Pneumococcal Pneumonia Immunizations and Enhance Pneumonia Vaccination Services.” (2002) - Who's Who in Science and Engineering, MARQUIS®, 7th Ed. (2003) - Health Care Hero Award (Advancements in Health Care Winner) from the Daily Record (2003) - Who's Who in America®, MARQUIS, 58th, 59th, 60th(Diamond), 61rst Ed.-66th Ed. (2004-12) - Best Doctors in America® (2003-4) - Alzheimer’s Association Greater Maryland Chapter Superheroes Award in Research Hero category for Medical and Scientific Advisory Board (2004) - Advisory Committee Member (Presidential Appointment) and Participant, White House Conference on Aging (2005). - Outstanding Service Award (Committee), American Geriatrics Society (2006) - Clinician of the Year, American Geriatrics Society (2006) - Federation of State Medical Boards' (FSMB's) highest awards - the Award for Excellence in Editorial Writing (2009) - Presidential Poster Session Selection, American Geriatrics Society Annual Meeting 2009 for “Post Acute Care Hospitalist (PACH) Model vs Community-Based Physician Model of Nursing Home Care: A Comparative Trial” (2009) - Top-rated Physicians in America, “Guide to America’s Top Physicians” selection (2009, 2010, 2011) - 2009 Hospice Champion, Hospice and Palliative Care Network of Maryland - Best Doctors in America® 2009-2010 (see additional years above and below) - Award-Winning Finalist in the "Health: Diet & Weight Loss" category of the “Best Books 2010” Awards, sponsored by USA Book News Fit at Fifty and Beyond: A balanced exercise and nutrition program - Award-Winning Finalist in the " Health: Aging/50+" category of the “Best Books 2010” Awards, sponsored by USA Book News Fit at Fifty and Beyond: A balanced exercise and nutrition program - Award-Winning Finalist in the " Health: Exercise & Fitness " category of the “Best Books 2010” Awards, sponsored by USA Book News Fit at Fifty and Beyond: A balanced exercise and nutrition program - 2011 International Book Awards Award-Winner in the "Health: Exercise & Fitness" category for Fit at Fifty and Beyond: A balanced exercise and nutrition program - 2011 International Book Awards Award-Winner in the " Health: Diet & Weight Loss " category for Fit at Fifty and Beyond: A balanced exercise and nutrition program - Super Doctors, The Washington Post Magazine selection (2011) - Dove Medical Press Favorite Author Program recipient (2011) - 2011-12; 12-13; 2014, 2015-16 Best Doctors in America; Best Doctors® selection (see additional years above) - Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Service (Health Systems Innovation – Economics and Technology Committee) American Geriatrics Society 2015.

Fellow, American College of Physicians, 1991- (Associate Member, 1985) Fellow, American Geriatrics Society, 1995- (Member, 1985; Chair, Special Interest Group on Osteoporosis and Metabolic Bone Disease, 2001-5; Member, Practice Management Advisory Group, 2002-9; Vice-Chair, Health Economics & Technology Committee 2005-10; Member, Audit Committee, 2009-12, Chair Health Systems Innovations and Economics & Technology Committee 2010-17; Chair, Special Interest Group on Information Technology Issues, Spokesperson for AGS 2005-present) Member, American Medical Association, 1985-1994 Member, Maryland Gerontological Association, 1986-92 Member, Gerontological Society of America, 1988-1993 Member, American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1988- President and Founder, Baltimore Bone Club (and Foundation since 1994), 1990-2010 President, Geriatrics Foundation, 1990-2010 Member, American Academy of Home Care Physicians, 1992-7 Member, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 1992- (Nominations Committee – 2003) Member, Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, 1994- Member, Baltimore Continence Consortium, 1994-5 Member, Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, 1995- (Delegate representing Baltimore City Medical Society, 1999- ; Member, Chronic Disease Prevention & Aging, 1998-2000; Member of the Adult Preventative Medicine and Environmental Health Committee, 2001-3; Chair, Health Policy Committee, 2003-4 ) Member, Baltimore City Medical Society, 1995- (Public Health Committee, 1996-; Alternate Delegate for Board of Directors, 1997-9; Executive Steering Committee, 1997-2001; Board of Directors, 1999-2004; Delegate for Board of Directors, 1999-2002; Nominating Committee 2002- ; Treasurer 2003-2004; Vice President 2004-5; President-Elect 2005-6, President 2006-7) Charter and Lifetime Member, The International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC) formerly International College of Hospice/Palliative Care, 1995- Founding Member, Physicians' Branch of the Hospice Network of Maryland, 1995-2003 Expert Testimony to the Maryland State Legislature on proposed HB191, Osteoporosis Prevention & Treatment Act, 1996 Panel Member on the Interspecialty Medical Council Representing the American College of Physicians for the development of National Osteoporosis Practice Guidelines through the National Osteoporosis Foundation, 1996-8 Board of Directors, Carroll Hospice, 1996-2002 (Governance & Ethics Committee, 1997-2002; Strategic Planning Committee Chairman, 1998-2002) Member, Legal/Policy Team, Death Registration Workgroup, Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, 1996-7 Board of Directors, Hospice Network of Maryland, 1996-9; President 1999-2001 Member, Maryland State Advisory Council on Arthritis and Related Diseases, Osteoporosis Task Force, 1996-2002 Member, Deerfield Medical Advisory Board, 1997 Member, Physician Advisory Committee, Elder Health, Inc., 1997 Member, Geriatric Committee/Board MAMSI Health Plans, 1997 Representative for the Medical & Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland on the Long-Term Care Technical Advisory Committee for the State of Maryland, 1997-2000 Expert Testimony to the Maryland State Legislature Senate Health Subcommittee on proposed SB 529, Physicians- Intractable Pain - Prescribing or Administering Controlled Dangerous Substances, 1997 Member of the Advisory Board for the Project on Care at the End of Life, Office of the Attorney General for the State of Maryland, 1997-9 Member, Health Care Advisory Team for Ellen Sauerbrey Gubernatorial Campaign, 1997-8 Member, Medical and Scientific Advisory Board for the Central Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, 1997-2011. Member, Non-Malignant Pain in the Elderly Long-term Care Resident Clinical Guidelines national expert panel; American Geriatrics Society Member for University of Sciences in Philadelphia, 1997-9 Member, National Medical Advisory Board on VIOXX, 1998-2001. Program Coordinator, Palliative Care Pain Hotline, State of Maryland, 1998-2005. Member, American Medical Directors Association 1998-present (Member Health Information Technology Committee, 2008-present) Expert Testimony to the Maryland State Legislature House Judiciary Committee on proposed HB 496, Prohibition of Assisted Suicide, 1999 (now Maryland Law:Article 27 Section 416 of Maryland Code) Chairman, Mid Atlantic Osteoporosis Board, Alliance for Better Bone Health, 1999-2002 Member, Care at the End of Life Committee, The Beacon Institute and the Maryland Healthcare Education Institute, 1999-2000 Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Nutrition Superstores.Com, 1999-2000 Co-Chair, Taste of Carroll, >$15,000 fundraising event for Carroll Hospice, 2000. Member, Advisory Board for rhBMP-2, Genetics Institute and Wyeth-Ayerst, 2000-1 Member, Board of Directors for the Central Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, 2000-2002 Chairman, Taste of Carroll, >$40,000 fundraising event for Carroll Hospice, 2001 Member of the Advisory Committee on Intractable Pain legislation to State Senator Paula Hollinger, 2000 Panel Member on the Interspecialty Medical Council Representing the American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine for the Revision of National Osteoporosis Practice Guidelines through the National Osteoporosis Foundation, 2001 Member of the Guidance Document Development Task Force for the National Osteoporosis Foundation, 2001 Member, Committee to revise the American Geriatrics Society’s Guidelines on The Prevention and Treatment of Chronic (Persistent) Pain in the Older Adult, 2001-2 Member, Committee to revise the Beers Criteria on Drugs to be Avoided in Older Adults, 2001-2 (Arch Intern Med. 2003; 163:2716-24) Member, National Analgesic and Anti-Inflammatory Advisory Board for VIOXX and ARCOXIA., Merck, 2002-2005 Member, American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine, Maryland Chapter, Advisory Counsel, 2002-8 Member, (Appointment through the U.S. Secretary of Health, Tommy Thompson) National Advisory Council on Aging for the National Institutes of Health, 2002-6. Chairman, (Appointment through the Parris N. Glendening, Governor of Maryland) State Advisory Council on Pain Management, Nov. 2002- Sep. 2004. Member, Maryland Board of Physicians (Appointment through the Robert L. Ehrlich, Governor of Maryland with confirmation from the Senate of Maryland) 2003-7. Member, National Advisory Board for Boniva, GlaxoSmithKline and Roche Laboratories, 2004 Member, Maryland/D.C. Collaborative for Health Information Technology, 2004-12 Member, Physicians’ Electronic Health Record Coalition Committee (representing the American Geriatrics Society), 2004-2017 Member, National Medical Advisory Board on Zometa, Novartis, 2004-6 Member, National Medical Advisory Board on Abuse Resistant Opioids, Purdue Pharma, 2004- Member, Advisory Board of the Joanna M. Nicolay Melanoma Foundation, 2004-12 Member, Carroll County Elder Health Work Group, 2004-8 Expert testimony on behalf of the American Geriatrics Society before The National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS) hearings on Personal Health Records, 2005 Member, American Academy of Pain Management, 2005-15. Member (Appointment through President George W. Bush), Advisory Committee to the White House Conference on Aging, 2005-6 Member, National Quality Forum Technical Advisory Panel on Bone Disease, part of the "Ambulatory Care Performance Measures Project" funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2006 HCR-ManorCare National Medical Advisory Committee, 2006 Member, Maryland Health Care Commission Study for Health Information Exchange in Maryland (Physicians Section), 2006 Member, Maryland Pandemic Influenza Coordinating Committee (Appointment by Governor Robert L. Ehrlich), 2006 Consultant, Food and Drug Administration, Division of Anesthesia, Analgesia, And Rheumatology Products, 2006, 2007 Member, Baltimore City Medical Society Foundation, Board of Directors, 2006-12 Member, National Quality Forum Technical Advisory Panel on Geriatrics ‘CMS Specialty Clinician Performance Measures’ Project, 2007 Member, National Osteoporosis Foundation Advisory Committee: A Reference Guide to Osteoporosis Reimbursement Policy for Healthcare Professionals, 2007 Member, Novartis National Consumer Health Advisory Board, 2007 Member, XLHealth Pharmacy and Therapeutics Advisory Committee, 2007 Member, Advisory Board of the American Association for Long Term Care Nursing, 2007 Member, Technical Expert Committee. Re: RFP entitled “Guidelines for the Management of Osteoarthritis of the Hip, Knee and Hand.” (Committee to revise the American College of Rheumatology Guidelines on Osteoarthritis) P.I., Marc Hochberg, MD, 2007-9 Member, Primary Care Clinician Dementia Training Advisory Committee for the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Maryland Chapter, 2007-8 Member, Advisory Board of the Johns Hopkins Geriatric Education Center and Consortium, 2008-9 Member, Committee to revise the American Geriatrics Society’s Guidelines on The Prevention and Treatment of Chronic (Persistent) Pain in the Older Adult, 2008-9 Member, Consensus Conference on Vitamin D for the Prevention of Falls and Their Consequences. CDC National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention, 2009. Member, Relistor Global Medical Advisory Board, Wyeth, 2009. Member, Baltimore City Commission on Aging and Retirement Education, 2009-11. Member, National Geriatrics Advisory Board Denosumab, Amgen, 2009 Member, National Long-term Care Advisory Board BuTrans, Purdue, 2009 Member, EuroMDNet (European Medical Network) Advisory Board (EuroMDNet is a non-profit organization sponsoring a range of networks for healthcare professionals using the Internet for medical research or for improving the communication between the physicians' and scientists' communities. 2009-2015. Member XL Health Medical Advisory Board, 2011-12 Member, Florida Medical Association, 2012-present Member, Florida Medical Directors Association, 2012-present (CME-Education Committee 2017-2018; Chair Poster Review Committee 2018; Chair of the Annual Conference Review Committee for 2019) Member, Collier County Medical Society, 2012-present Member, Natural Molecular Medical and Scientific Advisory Board, 2012-3 Chair, American Heart Association Collier County Heart Walk, 2015 (>$400,000 raised). Member, Health in Aging Foundation Board of Directors, 2015-present Member, Florida Geriatrics Society, 2016-present (Secretary, 2018-9) Member, Catholic Medical Association, 2017-present (Board Member, Catholic Medical Association Southwest Florida Chapter, 2018-present)

Spring D3 Lecture Fall D3 Lecture Fall Geriatrics Clinical Spring Geriatrics Clinical

Pain Management in Older Adults, Vitamin D Deficiency and Metabolic Bone Disease, Health Systems in Geriatrics, Spirituality and Medicine, and End-of-Life Care

1. Gloth III FM, Walston JD, Meyers JM, Pearson J. Reliability and validity of the Frail Elderly Functional Assessment (FEFA) questionnaire. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 1995; 74(1) 45-53. 2. Gloth III FM, Gundberg CM, Hollis BW, Haddad JG, Tobin JD. The prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in a cohort of home¬bound elderly subjects compared to a normative matched population in the United States. JAMA. 1995; 274: 1683-6. 3. Gloth III FM, Tobin JD, Smith CE. Nutrient intakes in a frail home¬bound elder¬ly populat¬ion in the community vs a similar population in a nursing home. J Am Dietetic Assoc. 1996; 96 (6): 605-7. 4. Gloth III FM, Alam W, Hollis B. Treatment of seasonal affective disorder (SAD) with vitamin D vs full spectrum light. J Nutr Health Aging. 1999; 3:1, 5-7. 5. Gloth III FM, Scheve AA, Shah S, Ashton R, McKinney R. Responsiveness and validity in alter¬native set¬tings for the Frail Elderly Functional Assess¬ment (FEFA) ques¬tionnaire. Arch Phys Med Rehab. 1999; 80: 1572-1576. 6. Gloth III FM. Palliative Care. Clin Geriatrics. 2001; 9(8): 20-30. 7. Gloth III FM, Scheve AA, Stober CV, Chow S, Pros¬ser J. The Functional Pain Scale (FPS): Reliability, validity, and responsiveness in a senior population. J Am Med Dir Assoc. 2001; 2(3): 110-114 (Selected as one of eight articles for Special CME issue, March/April, 2002; 3(2):S70-5). 8. The Medical and Scientific Advisory Board of the Greater Maryland Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association (Includes F. M. Gloth, III) on behalf of the Alzheimer's Association. Research Consent for Cognitively Impaired Adults: Recommendations for Institutional Review Boards and Investigators. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord. 2004; 18:171-175. 9. Gloth III FM, Coleman EA, Phillips SL, Zorowitz RA. Using Electronic Health Records to Improve Care: Will “high tech” allow a return to “high touch” medicine? J Am Med Dir Assoc. 2005; 6: 270-5. 10. Gloth III FM, Simonson W. Osteoporosis is under-diagnosed in skilled nursing facilities: A large-scale heel BMD screening study. J Am Med Dir Assoc, 2008; 9: 190-3. 11. AGS Panel on Persistent Pain in Older Persons (includes Gloth III FM). Pharmacological Management of Persistent Pain in Older Persons. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2009; 57 (8) 1331-46. 12. Gloth III, FM. Faith in Practice: End of Life Care and the Catholic Medical Professional. The Linacre Quarterly, 2011 February: 72-81. 13. Gloth III, FM. Fit at Fifty and Beyond: A balanced exercise and nutrition program. DiaMedica Publishing. New York, NY, 2009 14. Gloth III, FM. Financing Geriatrics. U.S. Oxford American Handbook Series: Geriatric Medicine. Durso SC ed. Oxford University Press USA, New York, NY. 2010. P 709-15. 15. Koch S, Gloth III FM, Nay R. Medication Management in Older Adults: A Concise Guide for Clinicians. Springer New York, NY, 2010 ( 16. Gloth FM. (Ed). Handbook of Pain Relief in Older Adults. 2nd Edition. Springer Publishing, New York, NY, 2011 ( 19. Gloth III, FM. Regional Pain Syndromes: Osteoporosis. In Clinical Pain Management. Second Edition. Waldman S ed. Elsevier Press. Philadelphia, PA. 2011. 20. Gloth FM. Introduction to Guidelines for Physicians Managing Pain with Opioids. Am J Med. 2012; 118(Supplement 1A). 21. Gloth, III FM. Geriatric Pain. In Pain Medicine and Management: Just the Facts . Ed. Staats P and Wallace M. McGraw-Hill, New York, NY, 2015, Section 7 Chronic Pain Management, Chapter 42, p 275-80. 22. Gloth, III Michael and Arnoff, Gerald. Medication Management of Chronic Pain in Older Patients. In Medication Management Of Chronic Pain: What you need to know. Ed. Aronoff, Gerald M. Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, MD, 2018, Chapter 10.