Dr. Harold L.
Mignott - Chairman & CEO
Brilliant Petroleum Company
Dr. Mignott as Chairman & CEO maintains favorable open and direct communications with the major oil producing nations led by Iraqi Oil Minister Abdelkarim al-Luaybi, Nigerian Petroleum Minister Diezani Alison-Madueke, Saudi Arabian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Ali bin Ibrahim Al-Naimi, Kuwaiti Oil Minister Hani Hussein, in Russia Rosneft's vice president for legal affairs, Larisa Kalanda, in addition to the head of state oil pipeline monopoly Transneft, Nikolai Tokarev. Dr. Mignott also for the past 25 years has specialized in internal medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Harold L. Mignott is also Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in Philadelphia. He is an attending physician at the Hospital of The University of Pennsylvania.
Dr Mignott attended Morant Bay High school in Jamaica and then migrated to the United States. He graduated from City College in New York with a degree in biochemistry. He received his medical degree from The University of Pennsylvania School of medicine and completed a residency in internal medicine at The Hospital of The University of Pennsylvania. He also completed a fellowship in Emergency Medicine at The University of Pennsylvania. He is board certified in internal medicine.
Dr Mignott has had multiple roles at the university including attending physician at The Hospital of The University Of Pennsylvania, Medical director of The Edward S Cooper Internal Medicine Practice and medical director of the coumadin clinic.
He is a former director of minority recruitment and development in the Department of medicine and the Center of Excellence. He also served as an advisor for the starting Hospitalist program at Penn.
Dr Mignott has contributed to the literature through chapters and reviews and other articles. He is the recipient of the Sylvan Eisman Outstanding Primary Care Physician in the University Of Pennsylvania Health System award and the John Eisenberg Teaching Award for the Division of General Internal medicine.
Dr Mignott has participated in multiple community initiatives including starting a Men’s Health program in the Philadelphia community for the last ten years. He is a co-founder of the Jamaica trade council of greater Philadelphia. He is also a member of the Diaspora advisory board to the Jamaican government representing the Northeastern United states. The seven-member board is in place to advise the Jamaican government on ways to engage overseas Jamaicans in the development of the country. Dr Mignott is an original member of the board and has worked on programs aimed at the improvement in health and education.
1979-83 B.S. City College, NY (Biochemistry)
1983-87 M.D. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Postgraduate Training and
1987-88 Intern, Department of Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
1988-90 Medical Resident, Department of Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
1990-92 Postdoctoral Trainee in Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
1992-93 Instructor in Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
1993- Assistant Professor of Medicine at HUP, Department of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Hospital and Administrative Appointments:
1990 Attending, General Internal Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
1993 Director, Minority Recruitment, Center for Excellence
1995 Director, Minority Development and Recruitment, Department of Medicine
2000 Medical Director, Penn Care at Silverstein
1991 American Board of Internal Medicine
Licensure: Pennsylvania MD-042328-E
Awards, Honors, and Membership in Honorary Societies:
1983 Magna Cum Laude, City College of New York
1983 Sigma Xi Research Society, City College of New York
1987 Distinguished Service Awards, University of Pennsylvania
1987 Helen O Dickens Award for Working to Increase Respect for Minorities
1996 John M. Eisenberg Teaching Award for Division of General Internal Medicine
1998 Sylvan Eisman Outstanding Primary Care Physician in The University of Pennsylvania Health System
1999 City of Philadelphia, Department of Health Regional Award for Achievement in Men’s Health
1999 University of Pennsylvania Health System Community Affairs Award for Service to Community
Memberships in Professional and Scientific Societies:
American College of Physicians
American Society of Emergency Physicians
American Medical Association
National Medical Association
American Heart Association
Board of Governors of the American Heart Association
Executive Board of the American Heart Association
Quality Mgmt Board, Keystone Health Plan of Blue Cross
Health Plan Consultant, Blue Cross (Jamaica, WI)
ACP Membership Enhancement Committee (Member)
Academic Committees at the University of Pennsylvania and Affiliated Hospitals:
1984-86 Member, Admissions Committee
1984-86 Chairperson, Student National Medical Association Pennsylvania Chapter
1984-85 Member, Search Committee for Assistant Director of Minority Affairs
1989-90 Member, Student Faculty Interaction Committee
1990- Internal Medicine Practice, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
1990-94 Member, Emergency Preparedness Committee
1991- Member, Admissions Interview Panel
1992- Medical Command Physician for Pennstar Helicopter
1992- Emergency Medicine Attending Physician
1992-94 Member, Disaster Preparedness Committee
1992- Member, Pennstar Flight Operation Oversight Committee
1993- Primary Care Advisory Group
1993- Residency Interview Panel
1995- Member, Internal Medicine Residency Review Committee
Major Teaching and Clinical Responsibilities for the University of Pennsylvania and Affiliated Hospitals:
1. Mentor for new hospitalist program, involved in planning and direction of program
2. Member of group responsible for decentralization of medical clinic and setting direction of outpatient medicine teaching
3. Run anticoagulation clinic as medical director
4. Teach residents in co-practice, 5 residents.
5. Medical Director for 3 Silver practice with 4 physicians, 12 residents
Lectures by Invitation:
November, 1995 “Hypertension” - Management Conference, Philadelphia VAMC, Philadelphia, PA
June, 1996 “Hypertension In African Americans” - St. Agnes Hospital Grand Rounds, Philadelphia, PA
April, 1997 “Management of Sarcoidosis - SE Pennsylvania Medical Society
Symposium, Philadelphia, PA
October, 1997 “Treatment of Hypertension in the African American Patient” –Susanna Foo Dinner Program for Cardiology Fellows at HUP and Allegheny Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
December, 1997 “Hypertension in the African American Patient” -City of Philadelphia Dept. of Public Health, Public Health Center #5, Philadelphia, PA
January, 1998 “Hypertension in the African American Patient” -City of Philadelphia -Dept. of Public Health, Public Health Center #3, Philadelphia, PA
February, 1998 “Hypertension in the African American Patient” -Susanna Foo Dinner Program, Primary Care for South & West Philadelphia, PA
February, 1998 “Hypertension in the African American Patient” -Brasserie Perrier Dinner Program, Primary Care for Center City, North Philadelphia & Main Line, Philadelphia, PA
April, 1998 “Treatment of Severe Hypertension” -City of Philadelphia - Public Health Center, Strawberry Mansion, Philadelphia, PA
June, 1998 “Hypercholesterolemia: Who to Treat, When to Treat, and How to Treat” -Jack’s Firehouse Dinner Program, Primary Care for Center City, North Philadelphia
September, 1998 “Managing the Patient with Severe Hypertension” -Bookbinder’s Seafood House Dinner Program, Primary Care for South & West Philadelphia - St. Agnes FP, Philadelphia, PA
September, 1998 “Treatment of Severe Hypertension” -Dilworth Inn, West Chester, PA
October, 1998 “Treatment of Severe Hypertension” -City of Philadelphia - Public Health Center #4, 4400 Haverford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA
October, 1998 “Hypercholesterolemia: Who to Treat, When to Treat, and How to Treat” -City of Philadelphia - Public Health Center #6, 301 West Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA
October, 1998 “Treatment of Severe Hypertension” -Dilworth Inn, West Chester, PA
October, 1998 “Hypertension in African Americans” -Adams Mark Hotel, Philadelphia, PA
December, 1998 “Treatment of Severe Hypertension” - Chart House Dinner Program, Primary Care Physicians from Philadelphia, PA
February, 1999 “Treatment of Severe Hypertension” -City of Philadelphia - Public Health Center #2, 1720 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA
April 2000 ACP Conference, Outreach work, Philadelphia, PA
June 2000 “Disparities in health outcome in African Americans” –Bellevue Hyatt, Philadelphia, PA.
March 2001 “Managing the severe hypertensive patient”- Monte Carlo Living Room, Philadelphia, PA
March 2001 “Severe Hypertension” Marriott hotel, Philadelphia, PA
April 2001 Grand Rounds “Management of Hypertension” St Agnes Medical Center Philadelphia, PA
May 2001 “Hypertension” Philadelphia University Philadelphia, PA
Organizing Roles in Scientific Meetings: none
Research Publications, peer reviewed: (print or other media)
1. Moscovitz H., Shofer F., Mignott H., Behrman A., Kilpatrick L. Plasma cytokine determinations in emergency department patients as a predictor of bacteremia and infectious disease severity. Critical Care Medicine. 22(7):1102-7, 1994 Jul.
Contributions to peer-reviewed clinical research publications, participation cited but not by authorship:
Research Publications, non-peer reviewed:
Editorials, Reviews, Chapters, including participation in committee reports (print or other media):
1. Hennessy S., Fogarty PM, Schulman KA, Mignott H. Gastric obstruction with extended-release tablets. (Letter) DICP. 25(6):678-9, 1991 Jun.
2. Flomenbaum, Goldfrank, Jacobson (1995) Nuclear Medicine in the Emergency Department. Emergency Diagnostic Testing, Mosby, 2nd Edition.
3. Forciea M, Lavizzo-Mourey R (1997) Geriatric Secrets, Hanley & Belfus, Inc. Medical Publishers
4. Gillum RS, Gorelick PB, Cooper ES. Improving Survival After Ischemic Stroke and Prevention of Recurrent Ischemic Stroke in African Americans: Medical and Surgical Intervention. In: Strokes in Blacks: A Guide to Management and Prevention. Karger Basler, Ny, NY (1999); Chapter 12
5. Forciea M, Lavizzo-Mourey R (2000) Geriatric Secrets, 2nd Edition, Hanley & Belfus, Inc.