Posts tagged D.O.

Robert E. Weissinger, D.O.’89, PA-C’84

Weissinger was appointed chief medical officer of hospice/palliative medicine and of the palliative medicine fellowship program at Mercy Hospital in Mason City, IA. He is certified in family practice and hospice and palliative medicine by the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians. He provides education to clinicians and patients on the importance of hospice and palliative […]

— Anna Hudson

Cynthia R. Jackson, D.O.’89

Jackson is the global head for the pediatric center of excellence at Quintiles Inc., the world’s largest pharmaceutical services organization. She leads a multidisciplinary team of clinical research professionals whose goal is to optimize pediatric pharmaceutical research in all therapeutic areas. Her group also provides consulting expertise to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in the area of […]

— Anna Hudson

Roberta A. Wattleworth, D.O.’81, M.H.A.’99, M.P.H.’04

Wattleworth completed six years as vice coordinator then coordinator of Level III of COMLEX for the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners. She was asked to join its board of directors and will be inducted in December in San Diego. She is a professor of family medicine at Des Moines University and resides in West Des […]

— Anna Hudson

John P. Henn, D.O.’69

Henn joined Overlake Medical Clinics Gilman in Issaquah, WA. He is board-certified in family practice and spent 30 years serving the Kent community before moving to Issaquah. 

— Anna Hudson

James W. Hogin, D.O.’74

Hogin practices full-time office OMM and internal medicine after 31 years of hospital gastroenterology and internal medicine. He successfully battled brain cancer for six years, which brought about changes in his practice, but with his D.O. and general background, he is able to practice satisfying and quality medicine. He works because of the satisfaction and desire […]

— Anna Hudson

YuJin Kim, D.O.’08

Kim joined the Lakewood Clinic in Lakewood, WA, after completing a residency at Michigan State University, Bay Regional Medical Center, College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bay City, MI.

— Anna Hudson

Chad A. Stadsvold, D.O.’07

Stadsvold completed a residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he served as chief resident. He is the medical director for St. Luke’s Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinic in Sioux City, IA.

— Anna Hudson

Kipp A. Gould, D.O.’06

Gould is an orthopedic surgeon with Regional Orthopedics in Spearfish, CO. He completed an internship at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine Doctors Hospital of Stark County and a residency in orthopedic surgery at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine Affinity Medical Center, both in Massillon, OH.

— Anna Hudson

Tyler J. Beckley, D.O.’05

Beckley completed an osteopathic internship and orthopaedic residency at St. John Oakland Hospital in Madison Heights, MI and most recently completed  an orthopaedic fellowship in sports medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has joined Gunderson Lutheran-Decorah Clinic in Decorah, IA, and specializes in caring for sports-related injuries and is able to perform surgical procedures.

— Anna Hudson

Moses K. Shieh, D.O.’99

Shieh opened Surgical Healing Arts, a bariatric surgery center, in Fort Myers, FL, which offers comprehensive weight loss surgery options. He is fellowship trained in both laparoscopic bariatric surgery and cosmetic surgery. He is a board certified general surgeon and board eligible in cosmetic surgery. His expertise has been featured in numerous consumer media and academic […]

— Anna Hudson

Nina H. Rehman, D.O.’96

Rehman joined BodyLogicMD of Detroit in September 2011, and personalizes in a combination of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, personalized fitness and nutrition plans, and pharmaceutical-grade supplementation. She is a fellow of the American College of Internists and a fellow in anti-aging, regenerative and functional medicine.

— Anna Hudson

Kevin M. Klauer, D.O.’92

Klauer was elected vice speaker for the American College of Emergency Physicians council and will serve a two-year term. He is the chief medical officer for Emergency Medical Physicians and director of the Center for Emergency Medical Education in Canton, OH. He is also assistant clinical professor for the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. […]

— Anna Hudson

Marco Coppola, D.O.’89

Coppola assumed the presidency of the American College of Emergency Physicians Council and will serve a two-year term. He is an attending physician and adjunct clinical professor of emergency medicine at the University of North Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Forth Worth. He has served as ACEP’s Council vice speaker national since 2009 and has […]

— Anna Hudson

Lionel M. S. Bissoon, D.O.’89

Bissoon was welcomed to the Board of Directors of WMX Group, Inc., parent company to The World Mercantile Exchange. After completing his education at DMU, he completed a rotating internship in medicine, one year of general surgery, and one year of aerospace medicine while serving as a flight surgeon in the U.S. Air Force. Dr. Bissoon […]

— Anna Hudson