Dr. David Westbrock has been in private practice for over 40 years in Dayton, Ohio. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology/Metabolism. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Dayton and his medical degree from the Ohio State University.
Dr. Westbrock is an associate clinical professor of medicine at Wright State Universityand a Fellow of both the American College of Physicians (FACP) and the American College of Endocrinology (FACE). He was a member of the board of trustees of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology (AACE) where he has served as parliamentarian. In 1998, he founded the Ohio Chapter of AACE. He was also a member of the Advisory Council of the University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. Westbrock is a member of the Montgomery County Medical Society. He was a member of the board of directors from 1986-1997, and served as president from 1996-1997. Dr. Westbrock was a member of the Board of Trustees of the Western Ohio Foundation for Medical Care from 1985-1993 and served as Secretary-Treasurer. He served on the Physicians Advisory Committee for the Diabetes Association of the Dayton Area and on the Board of Trustees for the American Diabetes Association, Dayton Area Affiliate from 1978-1984.
In 1979, he established the metabolic unit at the Miami Valley Hospital, and started the first inpatient diabetes insulin pump program in the Greater Dayton area.
As the Vice President for Global Business development for InPhase International (IPI), he helped in the development of a platform to provide medical second opinion to a worldwide market. He has been active in improving the delivery and efficiency by improving technological and innovative solutions in health care through consumer directed information and delivery systems. .
Active in helping to form health care policy and spark research projects, Dr. Westbrock has served as an Adjunct Policy Advisor for Health Care for the Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions; a member of the Board of Governors College of Medicine Alumni Society for the Ohio State University; and he has written numerous articles and given several dozen presentations for health care periodicals.
Dr. Westbrock is a member and founding facilitator of Reach Out, Montgomery County, Inc. As a participating physician, he regularly sees patients who do not have health insurance. Dr. Westbrock has worked as a volunteer physician at a free clinic in Somerset, Kentucky. Additionally, he is a former youth soccer, basketball and baseball coach.
Dr. Westbrock is one of the Dayton-area’s premier obesity experts. He created New Profile Weight Management Center in 1998. In it, his goal was to create permanent solutions for patients’ health as it relates to weight management as well as a model for preventative health care in other chronic disease states. He served on the AACE committee to establish national guidelines for the medical management of obesity.
Dr Westbrock left his full time private practice in June, 2010, and served as Consulting Physician for Specialty Medicine Care, Inc. He is currently retired from private practice but serves as a volunteer physician to the medically needy at Project Reachout Montgomery County.
He joined EQ Bioscience Inc. in 2011 as Chief Medical Officer for EQ Bioscience, responsible for development and research to prevent dysmetabolism of estrogen, an important factor in the etiology of several cancers. His review paper, Estrogen Metabolites in the Etiology of Hormone Related Cancers: Possible Role of Anti-Oxidants in Prevention, was published in Endocrinology and Metabolism International Journal in 2017.
In 2008, in view of the continuing problems with health insurance and health care delivery, he created the Consumer First Health Care Network, a web network for delivery of health care based on free market principles via advanced technology to bring together patients, physicians, vendors and ancillary medical services under one banner.
In November, 2009, he organized the Montgomery County Health Care Summit, bringing together representatives from Montgomery County and Ohio Stategovernment, the Dayton Chamber of Commerce, The Montgomery County Medical Society, and the Greater Dayton Hospital Association to discuss and develop strategies to better serve the needs of the local community through local action in contrast to federal programs.
He is a founder to Take It Back America (www.http://TIBAmerica.com) , an organization focusing on the challenges to small business during the ongoing economic malaise. Dr. Westbrock has been active in policy development for Ohio Medicaid and free market health care reform. His policies have been incorporated in recent Ohio bills.
In August 2018, he updated the Consumer First as Consumer 1st Digital Health Network where he serves as its chief executive officer, offering a platform for free market health care, based on competition, transparency and personal responsibility.
Dr Westbrock is the author of many articles dealing with health care solutions, including a book, A New Dawn on the Horizon of Health Care (Alethos Press).
A Dayton-area resident for the vast majority of his life, Dr. Westbrock has been married for to Judy for 48 years. They have three children, and five grandchildren.
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