Ludwig-Maximilian-Universitaet Medical School, Munich, Germany
Presbyterian Hospital, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, Anatomic and Clinical Pathology; Chief Resident
University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque, NM, Hematopathology
American Board of Pathology, Anatomic and Clinical Pathology; Hematology
Dr. Cordelia Sever has been named the 2019 Reverend Hugh A. Cooper Awardee by Presbyterian Healthcare Services. This award is a prestigious honor that recognizes physicians each year from Presbyterian’s Medical Staff who have contributed significantly to the medical profession, their hospitals, and to the community.
Current Clinical Practice Activities:
Dr. Sever is practicing hematopathology and laboratory administration; she is Clinical Professor at University of New Mexico School of Medicine. She has privileges at Cibola General Hospital, Dan C. Trigg Memorial Center, Espanola Hospital, Kaseman-Presbyterian Hospital, Lincoln County Medical Center, Plains Regional Medical Center, Presbyterian Healthcare Services, Rust Medical Center, Sandoval Regional Medical Center, Santa Fe Medical Socorro General Hospital, and the University of New Mexico Hospital, Lovelace Medical Center, Lovelace Westside Hospital, Lovelace Women’s Hospital, Lovelace Roswell Hospital, and The Heart Hospital.
Current Administrative Activities:
Dr. Sever is Vice-President and Director of Clinical Pathology of Pathology Associates of Albuquerque, PA. She is Medical Director of Presbyterian Hospital laboratory, clinical laboratory hematology, and Presbyterian urgent care branch labs in Albuquerque for Tricore Reference Laboratories. Dr. Sever serves on Quality and Medical Staff Committees for and Presbyterian Healthcare Services. She is a committee member for the ISO Program and Accreditation Committee and Chair of the Bone Marrow Synoptic Reporting Guidelines Expert Panel for The College of American Pathology. Dr. Sever is Chair of the Greater Albuquerque Medical Association (GAMA). Dr. Sever will serve as President-Elect for Medical Staff Affairs for Presbyterian Hospital effective January 1, 2020.