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Robert E. Schaaf, MD, FACR

Robert E. Schaaf, MD, FACR

Former President & Managing Partner
President, North Carolina Medical Society

Dr. Robert Schaaf has been with Wake Radiology since 1980. Originally from St. Paul, Minnesota, he completed his internship and residency in diagnostic radiology at Duke University Medical Center following his graduation from Tufts University Medical School in Boston. Dr. Schaaf was Chief Resident at Duke and held academic appointments as Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology at Duke University and the University of North Carolina from 1980 through 1990.

Dr. Schaaf served as Chairman of WakeMed’s radiology department before becoming Wake Radiology’s President and Managing Partner (1986 – 2013). He is board certified in diagnostic radiology by the American Board of Radiology (ABR). Dr. Schaaf is a Fellow and member of the American College of Radiology (ACR), Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR), American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS), North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS), and the Wake County Medical Society (WCMS).

In April of 2004, Dr. Schaaf was appointed by the governor to the North Carolina Medical Care Commission and also serves as the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for Medical Mutual Insurance Company. Dr. Schaaf served as the 2014-2015 President of the North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS), the state’s largest physician organization with more than 12,000 members. He has continuously served on the NCMS Board of Directors since 2004, and currently serves as the immediate past-president. Dr. Schaaf was appointed to the Wake Forest University Law School Board of Visitors in 2012.

In April 2015, Dr. Schaaf was presented with The Order of the Long Leaf Pine, one of the highest honors the Governor of North Carolina can bestow to honor those who have demonstrated a lifetime of service to the State of North Carolina.



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