Angela M. Nicholas, M.D. is a Fight Colorectal Cancer Board Member and advocate. She connected with Fight CRC through her husband, John MacLeod, who was a stage IV colorectal cancer fighter, as well as a Fight CRC Board Member and Ambassador.
Dr. Nicholas attended St. Joseph’s University and Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. She graduated from Temple University School of Medicine in 1993 and attended The Williamsport Hospital and Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program. She completed her residency in June 1996 where she was Chief Resident.
Angela Nicholas, M.D. assumed the role of Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) in 2000. In February 2004, Dr. Nicholas was awarded the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) IT Physician Leadership Award. Dr. Nicholas maintained a private practice from 1996-2008 at Loyalsock Family Practice in Williamsport, PA where she provided medical care to patients of all ages, including obstetrical and nursing home care.
In January of 2008, she joined Siemens and led the Physician Workflow team, focused on the development of Physician workflows, including CPOE, Physician Documentation, Medication Reconciliation and physician adoption of IT. In March 2012, Dr. Nicholas joined the Consulting Practice, responsible for customer implementations of the Clinical Suite through planning, education, and implementation strategies. Dr. Nicholas practiced at Colonial Family Practice in Coatesville, PA from 2008 – 2014. She has been at Einstein Healthcare Network since January 2014 where she has held various roles in the organization. Dr. Nicholas practices at North Wales Family Medicine and is the Chief Medical Officer at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery in E Norriton, PA.
While a resident at Williamsport, she received the Mead Johnson Award for excellence in leadership, community involvement, and exemplary patient care from the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Nicholas joined the faculty of The Williamsport Hospital and Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program in August of 1996 and completed a Faculty Development Fellowship at Duke University in 2000.