Marybeth K. McCall, MD became a member of the Foundation’s board of Trustees in 2018. She was elected secretary in 2020, and currently chairs the Community Impact Committee.
McCall retired in 2016 as Vice President and regional chief medical officer of Excellus BlueCross BlueShield where she worked with hospital quality and value-based programs.
She previously served as chief medical officer for Faxton-St. Luke’s, Crouse and Rome hospitals and was an adjunct professor at SUNY IT for the master’s program for nurse practitioners.
McCall obtained her bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY where she graduated Magna cum Laude. After completing medical school at Georgetown University, she completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. McCall was assigned active duty to Offutt AFB in Omaha, Nebraska, where she was promoted to major in the Air Force Reserves. In 2001, she completed her Master’s in Medical Management from Carnegie Mellon University.
McCall is active in many professional and community activities including current board membership with Boy Scouts of America, Central New York Health Home Network, Hope House, and Manhattan College. She is active in her church as facilitator of the Parish Cluster Areas and leads safe environment for children training. She is a delegate to the House of Delegates of the Medical Society of the State of New York, Fifth District Representative and President of the Oneida County Medical Society. Dr. McCall is Past President and current Secretary for the Utica Medical Club.
McCall was awarded SUNY Poly (then SUNY IT) Distinguished Service Award in 1996 and the Immaculata Award in 2015 by the Diocese of Syracuse. She was recognized by the YWCA Salute Award in Healthcare in 2009. She was inducted into the Medical Society’s Hall of Distinction in 2018.
She and her husband, Dr. Frank Dubeck, live in Utica. They have two grown children, and three grandchildren.