Posts tagged D.O.

Burton N. Routman, D.O.’68, FACOFP dist.

Burt Routman, D.O.’68, FACOFP dist., this spring was named the Paul Grayson Smith Sr. Physician of the Year by the Tennessee Osteopathic Medical Association. Past Iowa Osteopathic Medical Association Physician of the Year and the recipient of the 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP), Routman is professor and chair […]

— Gretchen Johnson

Carolyn M. Bailey, D.O.’63

Carolyn Bailey was one of three family physicians to be inducted into the Hall of Distinguished Service of Grandview Medical Center, Dayton, OH, on Dec. 14, 2013.  She was honored for reaching the milestone of 50 years in the practice of osteopathic medicine and for her service to the hospital and Dayton community.

— Gretchen Johnson

Yulia Asner, D.O.’05

Asner recently joined the Iowa Clinic’s new Indianola location, 1504 North 1st St., specializing in family medicine. In the “Physician Spotlight” in the Iowa Clinic section of The Des Moines Register recently, she said that she and her two physician-partners take a “very individualized, comprehensive and thorough” approach to patient care. Johnson is “particularly interested […]

— Gretchen Johnson

National ShaDO Day

National SOMA and Pre-SOMA leadership have designated April 14-18 as National Shadow a DO Student Week. DMU is hosting prospective student visitors on Wednesday, April 16. Visiting students will have an opportunity to learn about the admissions process, sit in on a lecture, tour our labs and eat lunch with current DO students.  If you […]

— Gina Smith

Gregory B. Hoversten, D.O.’83, and Ronald A. Cheney, D.O.’96

Hoversten, of Iowa City, will end his term April 20, 2014, on the Iowa Board of Medicine. Associate chief medical officer and regional medical director for Acute Care Inc., Hoversten was appointed to the board in 2011. He currently serves as chair of the board and on the board’s executive and monitoring committees. Succeeding Hoversten is Ronald […]

— Gretchen Johnson