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Thomas L. Chung, D.O.’01

Chung completed a fellowship in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and now works as a Navy reconstructive surgeon at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. He helps reconstruct veterans who sustain severe wound injuries and performs reconstruction for cancer patients following tumor resection. He lives in […]

— Anna Hudson

Danniele S. Anderson, PA-C’11

Anderson (maiden name Richardson) joined Stewart Memorial Community Hospital in Lake City, IA, and practices family medicine and women’s health at the McCrary Rost Clinic in Lake City.

— Anna Hudson

Jennifer Crimmins, M.H.A.’07

Crimmins was promoted to assistant administrator of Tompkins Health Center at Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge, IA. She had served as development director for Friendship Haven since 2007 and helped execute a $3.5 million capital campaign. She is also an online professor and developer of the health administration program at Iowa Central Community College and […]

— Anna Hudson

Melissa S. Strange, D.O.’08

Strange joined the pediatric hospital team at Santa Rosa Memorial in Santa Rosa, CA, in February 2012. She completed a general pediatric residency at Akron Children’s Hospital in Akron, OH.

— Anna Hudson

Andrew L. Cope, D.O.’09

Cope is in his final year at the Genesis Quad-Cities Family Medicine residency program in Davenport, IA, and will join Newton Clinic this summer. He will be one of six Newton Clinic doctors who deliver babies at Skiff Medical Center and perform c-sections.

— Anna Hudson

Michael F. Tiffany, D.O.’96

Tiffany joined the obstetrics and gynecology department at Fairview Red Wing Medical Center in Red Wing, MN. He comes to Red Wing from Kenosha, WI, where he practiced with Aurora Health Care. He was awarded the national 2011 Patient’s Choice Award, which is given to doctors who receive top scores from their patients and pass […]

— Anna Hudson

Carl P. Behne, M.H.A.’10

Behne joined Mahaska Health Partnership in Oskaloosa, IA, as executive director of outreach services. The position supports the directors of physical and occupational therapy, radiology, home health and hospice, laboratory, pharmacy and food and nutrition.

— Anna Hudson

Daniel W. Cuozzo, D.O.’87

Cuozzo joined Beebe Medical Center and practices at Beebe Dermatology Health Center in Millsboro, DE. He is board certified in dermatology and was an attending dermatologist at Bassett Healthcare Network in Cooperstown, NY, where he practiced general medicine and surgical dermatology and developed their Mohs Surgery Program. He also trained and supervised physician assistants and taught medical students. Cuozzo was in the U.S. Army Medical Corp for nine years, serving in several capacities including as a flight/brigade surgeon, company commander in Desert Storm and Chief of Dermatology at Fort Bragg, NC. He has been honored with several awards, including the Bronze Star Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal and the Combat Medical Badge.

— Anna Hudson

John G. Brady, D.O.’94

Brady joined Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt, IA, and will work through the Britt Medical Clinic. Most recently, he practiced at Mercy Johnston Family Physicians Clinic in Johnston, IA.

— Anna Hudson

Laurie K. Tope, D.O.’08, Jennifer D. Haden, D.O.’11, and Benjamin M. Miller, D.O.’11

Tope, Haden, and Miller were awarded Farm Bureau Rural Family Medicine Scholarships during the Iowa Academy of Family Physicians’ annual meeting in November 2011. The purpose of the scholarships is to encourage residents, upon graduating from an Iowa family practice residency program, to pursue a medical career in Iowa communities with populations under 10,000 and to […]

— Anna Hudson

Erin M. Ott, PA-C’11

Ott joined Covenant Clinics and sees patients in Tripoli and Fairbank, IA. She was featured in an article in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier about physician assistants and their role in rural health care. She was also recently engaged and is busy planning her wedding.

— Anna Hudson

Matthew W. Trump, D.O.’08

Trump completed his internal medicine residency with the University of Iowa-Des Moines internal medicine residency program with Iowa Health Systems and the Central Iowa Veterans Administration Medical Center in Des Moines. He will begin a fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. (This is a correction from the July 2012 […]

— Anna Hudson

Krissondra L. Klop, D.O.’08

Klop joined MedCenter One Bismarck Family Clinic North in Bismarck, ND, after completing a family medicine residency at Munson Family Practice Residency Program in Traverse City, MI. 

— Anna Hudson

Jennifer A. Gerteisen, D.P.M.’08

Gerteisen joined St. Mary Mercy Hospital in Livonia, MI, after completing a residency at St. John Hospital & Medical Center in Detroit. She is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and Michigan Podiatric Medical Association and is an associate of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. 

— Anna Hudson

Sarah E. Fatland, D.O.’08

Fatland joined Massa Berry Regional Medical Clinic in Sturgis, SD, after completing a residency within the regional health system at the Rapid City Regional Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program. 

— Anna Hudson

Denise R. Tittle, D.O.’07

Tittle joined Covenant Care Family Practice in Clarksville, TN. She has lived in middle Tennessee for more than 30 years and is happy to call Clarksville home. 

— Anna Hudson