AZ – U.S. House – Congressional District 9 – Ferrara, Steve Md

AZ - U.S. House - Congressional District 9 - Ferrara, Steve Md

AZ – U.S. House – Congressional District 9 – Ferrara, Steve Md

I/C/O:
Open
Party:
Republican
Total Reported Receipts:
$724,144.05

Steve Ferrara is an Interventional Radiologist and retired Navy Captain currently running for United States Congress from his home state of Arizona. His policy interests arose during a distinguished 25-year career where he completed multiple deployments with the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps and went on to help lead one of the nation’s finest health care systems of ~9.5 million beneficiaries as the Navy’s Chief Medical Officer. His career was defined by pioneering achievements including the introduction of endovascular therapies to the battlefield and leading Navy Medicine’s transition to becoming a High Reliability Organization.nFerrara honed his policy skills during the 113th Congress where he served as a National Academy of Sciences Congressional Health Policy Fellow. He served as a health staffer on the Energy and Commerce Committee and became instrumental in the repeal of the SGR. He was a member of the Society of Interventional Radiology’s Executive Council where he served as Councilor and Chair for Health Policy and Economics. He also served on the Government Relations Committee for the American College of Radiology.nSteve and Elizabeth, a Navy Captain and pediatric nephrologist, have been married for 23 years. They have two amazing children, Madeleine (17) and John (14).n

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Steve Ferrara is an Interventional Radiologist and retired Navy Captain currently running for United States Congress from his home state of Arizona. His policy interests arose during a distinguished 25-year career where he completed multiple deployments with the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps and went on to help lead one of the nation’s finest health care systems of ~9.5 million beneficiaries as the Navy’s Chief Medical Officer. His career was defined by pioneering achievements including the introduction of endovascular therapies to the battlefield and leading Navy Medicine’s transition to becoming a High Reliability Organization.nFerrara honed his policy skills during the 113th Congress where he served as a National Academy of Sciences Congressional Health Policy Fellow. He served as a health staffer on the Energy and Commerce Committee and became instrumental in the repeal of the SGR. He was a member of the Society of Interventional Radiology’s Executive Council where he served as Councilor and Chair for Health Policy and Economics. He also served on the Government Relations Committee for the American College of Radiology.nSteve and Elizabeth, a Navy Captain and pediatric nephrologist, have been married for 23 years. They have two amazing children, Madeleine (17) and John (14).n