Sue Bornstein MD, FACP, is the Executive Director of the Texas Medical Home Initiative, a multi-stakeholder, practitioner-led organization whose mission is to promote accessible, continuous and coordinated person-centered primary care for all Texans.
Prior to being selected to lead the TMHI, Sue practiced Internal Medicine at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas from 1995 – 2007, first in private practice and then as a palliative care and clinical ethics consultant. While at Baylor, she was elected President of the medical staff in 2005, the first woman to hold that position. Her work in medical education was recognized with several teaching awards from the Baylor Internal Medicine residents.
Dr. Bornstein serves on the Board of Regents of the American College of Physicians, the internal medicine specialty society and previously chaired the ACP’s Health and Public Policy Committee. While Chair of the HPPC, she was involved in the development of a number of policy papers including the ACP’s 2018 paper “Reducing Firearm Injury and Death: An ACP Position Paper.” She serves on the Advisory Board of AFFIRM Research. Dr. Bornstein is in her second term as a trustee of the Texas Medical Association.
Sue is a cum laude graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and earned her medical degree at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center where she was the recipient of the Gold Headed Cane award. She completed her Internal Medicine residency at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas.