The New York State Podiatric Medical Association (NYSPMA) named Buffalo-based podiatrist, Dr. Daniel B. Keating, as the 77th president of the association. Dr. Keating, who succeeds Brooklyn-based podiatrist Dr. Paul J. Liswood, was installed as the president during the NYSPMA 123rd Annual House of Delegates this summer in Lake George, New York.
Dr. Keating brings nearly 35 years of diverse podiatry experience to his role as NYSPMA president. He has served for over a decade on the NYSPMA Board of Trustees and serves as the treasurer of the Foundation of Podiatric Medicine. As part of his leadership positions, Dr. Keating has, and continues to, advocate for the integration of podiatric services within New York’s health care delivery system.
“I am honored and privileged to be named the president of an organization that is committed to championing for the expansion of podiatry’s critical role in preventative care,” said Dr. Keating. “The previous presidents have already laid a tremendous foundation. During my term, I pledge to continue advocating for and advancing the ways that podiatry can help support the health care needs of New Yorkers, especially as health care is becoming an extremely complex system.”
The NYSPMA is the largest statewide component of the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) and its affiliated national network of certifying boards and professional colleges. The NYSPMA is comprised of 13 divisions. Dr. Eliezer Eisenberger, a practicing physician at Leg, Foot & Ankle Associates, which has locations in both New York City and the Bronx, is the presiding NYSPMA Bronx division president. Dr. Eisenberger works in conjunction with the NYSPMA leadership to promote the organization’s mission.
For more information about the NYSPMA, please visit nyspma.org.
Established in 1895, the New York State Podiatric Medical Association (NYSPMA) is the first organization of its kind in America. NYSPMA is the largest statewide component of the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) and its affiliated national network of certifying boards and professional colleges. The NYSPMA and its more than 1,100 doctors of podiatric medicine support excellence in the practice of podiatric medicine and surgery in creating awareness of the profession’s role and value. For more information, please visit nyspma.org.