Dr. Eric Loo Inaugurated as the 191th President of the New Hampshire Medical Society
Eric Y. Loo, MD was inaugurated as the 191th president of the New Hampshire Medical Society during its 2022 Annual Scientific Conference held at the Marriott Wentworth by the Sea Hotel in New Castle, NH succeeding Dr. Eric Kropp from Bow.
Dr. Loo practices hematopathology and molecular genetic pathology at Dartmouth Health. He is currently the Laboratory Medical Director of Mount Ascutney Hospital & Health Center, Associate Program Director of the AP/CP Pathology Residency Program, and an Assistant Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth.
Dr. Loo is board certified in Anatomic & Clinical Pathology, Hematopathology, and Molecular Genetic Pathology. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California - Berkeley and medical degree from Chicago Medical School, completing his residency and fellowship training at the University of Southern California, UCLA, and University of New Mexico.
As a delegate to the College of American Pathologists House of Delegates, Dr. Loo recently received its 2022 Advocate of the Year Award. He has contributed to federal and state legislation to protect patient safety and surprise medical billing, safeguard test result quality, and limit insurance prior authorization practices. Dr. Loo also participated this past year in the NH Task Force on Precision Medicine and Biomarker Testing. In addition, Dr. Loo received the 2020 Charles F. Faulkner Teaching Award from the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.
Dr. Loo lives in Hanover, NH with his wife and two children.
In the coming year, Dr. Loo’s goal is to help increase and recruit physicians in becoming more active in shaping New Hampshire health policy and regulations.
Founded in 1791, by Dr. Josiah Bartlett – one of our country's founding fathers, and the Granite State’s first elected Governor – the New Hampshire Medical Society is dedicated and committed to advocating for patients, physicians, and the medical profession, as well as health-related rights, responsibilities and issues for the betterment of public health in the Granite State.