Meet the Advisory Board

  Gregory Tarasidis, MD - Chairman
Dr. Tarasidis, an ENT from Greenwood, South Carolina, currently practices at Greenwood ENT where he is a partner. In addition to his new role as chairman of the advisory board for the SCMA’s statewide health information exchange, Dr. Tarasidis also serves the SCMA Board of Trustees as a trustee and American Medical Association delegate. Dr. Tarasidis is also a past president to the South Carolina Medical Association. He received his undergraduate degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and his medical degree from Emory University.
 

 
  Bruce Snyder, MD
Bruce A. Snyder, MD, a vascular surgeon practicing at Greenville Health System in Greenville, currently serves as an South Carolina delegate to the American Medical Association on the SCMA Board of Trustees. Dr. Snyder is a past SCMA president and is currently involved in a number statewide obesity prevention initiatives. Dr. Snyder began his medical career by attending the Bowman Gray School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, NC, and by completing a residency in general surgery through the United States Army Medical Corps and a fellowship in vascular surgery at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
 
  March Seabrook, MD
March Seabrook, MD is a gastroenterologist practicing at Consultants in Gastroenterology in West Columbia, South Carolina. In addition, Dr. Seabrook currently serves as the Speaker of the House for the South Carolina Medical Association and serves on the SCMA Board of Trustees. Dr. Seabrook is a found member and past president of the South Carolina Gastroenterology Association and past chief of medical staff at Lexington Medical Center. He received his undergraduate degree from Wofford College and his medical degree from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine.
 



 
  William "Tripp" Jennings, MD 
Tripp Jennings, MD is the Chief Value and Informatics Officer for Palmetto Health in Columbia, South Carolina. Dr. Jennings has served as the chief medical informatics officer for the Palmetto Health Quality Collaborative and medical director for the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. He is a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians and past-president for the South Carolina College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Jennings' undergraduate degree is from the College of Charleston and his medical degree from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. His biomedical informatics degree is from Oregon Health and Sciences University and his specialty training in emergency medicine was completed at Palmetto Health.