Posts tagged Career change

Laura A. L’Heureux, D.O.’92, FACOOG

In 2013, Dr. L’Heureux became the first physician in the United States to be board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology as well as sleep medicine. Earlier in her career, she was a staff obstetrician/gynecologist performing surgery and deliveries at Cigna’s Thunderbird Banner and Arrowhead hospitals in the Phoenix area. She then went into private practice in Glendale, […]

— Witney Hernandez

Richard J. Kessler, D.O.’72

Richard Kessler participated in an Oxford-style debate at the 15th annual congress of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society in New York City on July 25, 2014. He also was appointed the North American liaison to the society. Dr. Kessler is chief medical officer for ACLD Health Services Center, Bethpage, NY, a nonprofit agency that provides many […]

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Hunter J. Hansen, D.O.’84

On May 29, 2014, Hunter Hansen became the owner and medical director of the Carolina Men’s Clinic (CMC) in Charlotte, NC. Dr. Hansen started working as a staff physician at CMC on Feb. 24, 2014. The clinic focuses on sexual health for men.

— Witney Hernandez

Wade A. Christiansen, D.P.M.’09

Wade Christiansen opened a new private practice, Arches Foot and Ankle Clinic, in his hometown of Lehi, UT. He and his wife have five children and are enjoying practicing medicine and living near family.

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Loren D. Brown, D.O.’74

After 35 years in the practice of hematology/oncology, Loren Brown retired in late 2013. A lifelong resident of Des Moines, he relocated to Charlotte, NC, for family. Dr. Brown also was adjunct professor of medicine at DMU and taught portions of the hematology course throughout his career.

— Witney Hernandez

Louis M. Goldblum, D.O.’73

Louis M. Goldblum recently relocated from Palm Beach County, FL, to practice in Williamsburg, NY. He works in the specialty field of general pediatrics. Dr. Goldblum is the president-elect of the Brooklyn Pediatric Society.

— Witney Hernandez

Major Jason A. Compton, D.O.’05

U.S. Air Force Major Compton graduated from the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base/Wright State University general surgery residency program in Dayton, OH. He will become a staff surgeon at Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho.

— Witney Hernandez