Barry J. Hendin, MD
Barry Hendin, MD, serves on the care management and quality, corporate strategy, executive, nominating and finance committees.
Dr. Hendin moved to Phoenix following his military service as chief of neurology service, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in 1974.
He has worked in private practice and is currently a clinical professor at the University of Arizona School of Medicine. Dr. Hendin has received numerous honors as "Teacher of the Year" at both Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center and the U.S. Air Force Medical Center at Wright-Patterson, "Attending Physician of the Year" from Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix.
An ardent student, Dr. Hendin continues to research, publish and present papers. In addition to active membership in numerous professional societies and as a physician representative to the Banner Health board of directors, Dr. Hendin has served as vice chief of the medical staff at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center and is currently co-director of neurology service and a member of the medical staff executive committee.
He has been a member of the Governor's Council on Head & Spinal Injuries and the Physicians' Advisory Board and Board of Directors for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Arizona Chapter, where he was also named Health Professional of the Year, 2007-2009.
He received both his bachelor and medical degrees from Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. Dr. Hendin is board-certified in neurology, an examiner for the Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and a fellow of the American Academy of Neurology. He is married to Rita and the father of three daughters, with 15 grandchildren.