He has authored several publications and chapters on kidney transplantation, urologic surgery and health disparities. In 2003, Dr. Modlin established a dedicated Cleveland Clinic Minority Men’s Health Center to address the specific healthcare needs of minority men. The center provides patient care, education, outreach, and conducts research into elimination of healthcare disparities and provides mentorship to students.
Modlin was appointed to Ohio Governor Strickland’s and Kasich’s Commissions on African-American Males and the Ohio Commission on Minority Health. He chairs the health committees of the Cleveland NAACP and the Cleveland 100 Black Men.
For those efforts, Modlin has received many honors and awards – Northwestern University Medical School Inaugural Daniel Hale Williams Award for Meritorious Service to Underserved Communities, 2007 Greater Cleveland Partnership MLK Community Service Award, Northwestern University Dean’s Alumni Medal Award, Ohio Commission on Minority Health Leadership Award, and the National Technical Association Physician of the Year.
Dr. Charles Modlin: Seeing A Urologist Is Important For Black Men was originally published on blackamericaweb.com