A Lubbock physician has been re-elected to represent Texas at the American Medical Association House of Delegates.

Cynthia A. Jumper, MD, a Lubbock internist practicing for over 24 years was re-elected Saturday (May 19) during TexMed, which is the Texas Medical Association’s annual conference, to serve as a Texas alternate delegate.

Jumper serves as a professor, vice president of Health Policy and Special Medical Initiatives at the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, and former chair of the Department of Internal Medicine.

Jumper received her medical degree in 1988 and completed her residency in 1991.

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