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Professor Alain Montegut, MD, FAAFP


Dr Alain Montegut is the President of Global Primary Care Consulting which assists health care organizations in achieving their goals of providing a high standard of health care through the development of highly functioning primary health care systems. 

Dr Montegut has a unique set of skills in health care. He is an experienced clinician who also has a deep understanding of the “business of medicine” and the training of doctors. He is committed to working with health care organizations who wish to provide high quality, cost-effective health care based on a foundation of communication and trust. 

Highlights of Dr Montegut’s professional experiences:

  • Founder and Chairman of the Board of a large Primary Care Medical Group
  • Director of a Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Secretary/Treasurer of the American Board of Family Medicine
  • Vice President of the WONCA (World Organization of Family Doctors)
  • Founder and Director of a university-based international primary care consulting group
  •  ssociate Professor of Family Medicine, Boston University
  • Vice-President of a $500M Integrated Medical Organization with a primary care group and two health plans that successfully achieved Patient-Centered Medical Home Level III, and Medicare 5 Star Rating
  • Consultant to Ministries of Health for the evaluation of health care system and the reorganization of systems based on primary care
  • Consultant to medical universities and medical societies on primary care education and physician certification
  • CEO of the largest private Family Physician– owned medical group in the Gulf Region

Major International Projects, Directed by Dr. Montegut:

  • Russian/American Family Medicine Project. The first major north/north university to university project to develop a new curriculum for the training of Family Medicine students and residents in Russia. The results of which have included multiple FM training programs and the acceptance of the specialty for the delivery of primary care.
  • Vietnam Family Medicine Development Project. A series of projects over twenty-five year to re-engineer the nation’s primary health care delivery system. This has led to Family Medicine post graduate training in all medical universities and a rural retraining program for all 12,000 commune health center doctors. For Dr Montegut, this resulted in the nation’s highest award by the MOH, the Medal of Honor for the People of Vietnam.
  • Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Primary Care Evaluation Project. An 18 month project for the Ministry of Health Saudi Arabia to evaluate the current primary care delivery system. This resulted in a recommendation for a full scale transformation of the training of Family Doctors and their practice of primary care.
  • University of Malawi College of Medicine. A needs assessment for the training of Family Physicians in the District Hospitals and the rural primary health care centers.
  • Hue University of Medicine and Pharmacy Family Medicine Center. A three year project to provide analysis and assistance to develop the operations plan. 
  • Saudi Health Power.Providing assessment of the local health care and insurance market, followed by organizational development and Family Medicine Center Network creation.