Posts tagged D.O.

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

Ralph E. Hinz, D.O.’54

Hinz was awarded the French Legion of Honor Medal for service during World War II. He was in France from the invasion of Normandy in June 1944 until the war ended. 

— 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

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

Sarah A. Smith, D.O.’07

Smith joined the NorthBay Center for Women’s Health in Fairfield, CA, after completing a residency at Akron General Medical Center/Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine. 

— Anna Hudson

Marco A. Caccamo, D.O.’06

Caccamo will complete a cardiology fellowship at the University of Minnesota Hospital in Minneapolis and begin a heart failure fellowship in Pittsburgh in July 2012.

— Anna Hudson

Anthony P. Zeimet, D.O.’04

Zeimet recently relocated to Joplin, MO, to practice in infectious diseases. He welcomed a daughter, Emily Adair Zeimet, on December 14, 2011, who weighed six pounds, eight ounces. 

— Anna Hudson

Tan D. Ly, D.O.’04

Ly joined Southeastern Spine Center & Research Institute in Sarasota, FL, after completing an orthopedic surgery residency at Garden City Hospital of the Michigan University Statewide Campus System and a spine fellowship at the Spine Institute of Arizona in Scottsdale. He has a professional interest in the development of spinal implants and performing minimally invasive surgery […]

— Anna Hudson

Kevin N. Brown, D.O.’02

Brown was appointed medical director of the Hennepin County Medical Center’s Neurology and Specialty Clinic in October 2011. He is an assistant profession in neurology at the University of Minnesota and board-certified in neurology and neuromuscular medicine. 

— Anna Hudson

Smriti V. Wagle, D.O.’98

Wagle was chosen to be the director of the stroke program at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital in Santa Rosa, CA. She helped the hospital obtain certification as a primary stroke center last year. She and her husband live just north of San Francisco in Mill Valley, CA, with their two-year-old son. 

— Anna Hudson

Commander Nicki S. Tarant, D.O.’97

Tarant recently completed a deployment lasting more than six months in the Helmand Province in Afghanistan. She was the senior American anesthesiologist at Camp Bastion, a British-run coalition hospital adjacent to Camp Leatherneck, the busiest trauma center in Afghanistan. 

— Anna Hudson

Catherine M. MacMillan, D.O.’97

MacMillan joined ThedaCare Physicians in New London, WI. She has family practice certification through the National Committee for Quality Assurance and was honored with an achievement citation by the American Medical Women’s Association. In 2009, she was named Who’s Who “Woman of the Year in Medicine.”

— Anna Hudson

Robert L. Donley, D.O.’95

Donley is the obstetrics/gynecology department chair for Excela Health in Latrobe, PA. He performs minimally invasive surgery and Da Vinci robotic surgery. He is a lieutenant colonel for the Pennsylvania Army National Guard. 

— Anna Hudson

Jay E. Coates Jr., D.O.’95

Coates is an associate professor with the University of Nevada School of Medicine. He is program director of the surgical critical care fellowship and serves on the admissions committee for the school of medicine. He is vice chief of the department of trauma at University Medical Center in Las Vegas, Nevada’s only level one trauma center, […]

— Anna Hudson

Susan M. Ott, D.O.’93

Ott is a sports medicine orthopedist at Valley Baptist Medical Center in Harlingen and Brownsville, TX, and actively raises funds for a program that helps veterans wounded in combat when they return to the United States. The program seeks to transform the way wounded veterans are re-integrated into society when they return from combat and exit […]

— Anna Hudson

Walter G. Bodjanac, D.O.’91

Bodjanac joined Avita Health System in Ontario, OH, and is board-certified in plastic and reconstructive surgery. He completed his residency at the Ohio University/Cleveland South Pointe Hospital in Cleveland, OH. He furthered his training through a fellowship in reconstructive microsurgery at the International Institute of Reconstructive Microsurgery in Norfolk, VA. He is a fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons.

— Anna Hudson