Paul H. Caldron, DO
- B.S – Zoology – University of Tulsa, Oklahoma
- M.B.A. – Thunderbird School for Global Management, Glendale, Arizona
- D.O – Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery
- Ph.D. – Maastricht University Graduate School of Governance, Maastricht, The Netherlands
- Internship – US Public Health Service Marine Hospital, Staten Island, NY
- Internal Medicine Residency – Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Ohio
- Fellowship in Rheumatic and Immunologic Diseases – Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Ohio
- Board Certification – Internal Medicine
- Board Certification – Rheumatology
- Languages – English; conversational in Spanish
Dr. Caldron began practice in 1984 as Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Northwestern University Medical School at the Evanston Hospital with a private office in Winnetka, Ill. In 1987, he moved to Arizona and in 1994 was a cofounder of AARA. He achieved Fellowship in both the American College of Physicians and the American College of Rheumatology and is a clinical assistant professor at Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. While assuming administrative duties for the organization in 2002, Dr. Caldron completed an MBA in Arizona at the Thunderbird School for International Management. He is the author of various articles and chapters in rheumatology literature. He has participated with various organizations providing charitable health care in lower income countries. In 2016, he defended a dissertation on the economics, characteristics, and motivations of US physicians who perform charitable care abroad for a PhD in Governance and Policy Analysis at the Maastricht University Graduate School of Governance. Dr. Caldron participates in organizations for the performance of clinical drug and medical device trials in Russia and East Europe and for research and educational collaboration between the US and Russia. Dr. Caldron is conversational in the Spanish language.
AARA Locations: Paradise Valley and Mesa
Although each of us came to the group from different backgrounds and experiences, we share a vision about how to deliver our services to those who need them in our community. It is centered on effectiveness and efficiency provided in a caring and civil environment. It was the challenges of diagnosing and customizing treatment to the individual that drew us to rheumatology. The evolution of our technology sustains the hope that we can make a difference every day to our patients.