The Prince Hall Masons of California will honor Donald R. Ware, M.D., on January 29-31, at the Los Angeles Airport Hotel, 5855 Century Blvd., in Los Angeles.
Dr. Ware, who serves as Grand Master for California, is acclaimed throughout the nation for his achievements in the field of medicine. He was first African American Fellow in Cardiology at the Kaiser Foundation and appointed chief of the nation’s High Blood Pressure Demonstration Program under President Jimmy Carter.
Also, he was named a Josiah T. Macy Senior Fellow in Health Policy at Harvard School of Medicine, Public Health and Business. In 2015, Dr. Ware received a Lifetime Achievement Medal from President Barak Obama.
Dr. Ware is the founder and owner of the Covenant Medical Center where he practices adult cardiology and internal medicine nuclear. He is also a member of Morning Star Baptist Church and the author of “The Chariot Has Come,” a book documenting his life story.
Prince Hall Masonry, founded in 1784, is a mutual benefit non-profit organization based upon the Christian principles of the “Fatherhood of God” and the “Brotherhood of Man.” Grand Master Ware has adopted the theme, “Let Us Improve Upon,” in his pursuit continue the legacy of charity and service in California communities during his administration.
For information about the salute to Dr. Ware, call (310) 991-9161 or visit drwarehouseboosterclub.com.