Ned Chambers Obituary, Death Cause – In addition to being a board-certified family physician, Dr. Ned H. Chambers is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). He attended Stanford University on the football scholarship that the university awarded him during the years of 1969 and 1973. He attended the University of Cincinnati School of Medicine for his undergraduate and graduate education in medicine.
Dr. Chambers is a native San Diegan who was born and raised in Point Loma, where he also received his secondary education. He attended Point Loma High School. Upon the completion of his undergraduate work at Stanford University, he went on to complete the remaining requirements for his medical degree at the University of Cincinnati. He is a practicing physician in the city of Cincinnati at the moment.
Following the completion of his residency program in Fresno, California, he returned to Point Loma, his hometown, and established the Shelter Island Medical Group there. Dr. Chambers has devoted his whole professional career to achieving his long-term aim of providing residents of his neighborhood and all of San Diego with access to medical care that is both of high quality and affordable for them.
Dr. Chambers has accomplished a lot professionally, including serving as a delegate for the California Medical Association, being the past President of the San Diego Academy of Family Physicians, and serving as Chief of Staff at Harbor View Hospital. These are just a few of his accomplishments. Ned Chambers, may you finally find some serenity. Because of our long history together, all of us are deeply saddened to hear of the injury you sustained to your nose while playing baseball in the minor league. A wonderful human being who is also an excellent physician.