Posts tagged D.O.

Sudhir R. Gogu, D.O.’97

Gogu is a family practice physician with Stone Oak Urgent Care and Family Practice clinic in San Antonio, TX. He is also a faculty member at Texas Tech University, Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine and the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. His son plans to graduate from the Edward Via College […]

— Anna Hudson

Gordon L. Elliott, D.O.’47

Elliott is the middle member of three generations of D.O.s. His father, George G. Elliott, was a graduate of the DMU (then Still College of Osteopathy) Class of 1912, and his son, James W. Elliott, was a graduate of DMU’s (then University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences) Class of 1985. Gordon was a family […]

— Anna Hudson

Bruce J. Houle, D.O.’73

Houle was elected a life member of the American Osteopathic College of Radiology. He has practiced as an interventional radiologist and is now in a solo radiology practice in Paris, IL. 

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Thomas S. Haas, D.O.’88

Haas gave a talk on breast cancer in April in Manchester and London, titled “Key Immunohistochemistry Diagnostic and Prognostic Markers in Breast Cancer,” and another presentation, “Sentinel Lymph Nodes,” in Melbourne, Australia, a week later. He is a pathologist with Mercy Health System in Janesville, WI. 

— Anna Hudson

Nicholas B. Kurz, D.O.’04

Kurz started a private practice, Cornerstone Family Medicine, providing family medicine, osteopathic manual therapy and occupational medicine/workmen’s compensation in Pagosa Springs, CO. 

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Donald M. Rochen, D.O.’68

Rochen received the special board of governors award from the American Osteopathic Colleges of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery, the highest award the colleges give, for exceptionally meritorious service.

— Anna Hudson

Christina R. Anslinger, D.O.’06

Anslinger (formerly Mooney) and her husband, Brendan, welcomed a daughter, Ella Rose, to their family on Feb. 7, 2013. She joins brother Cole, 4. Anslinger practices cardiology with Cardiology Specialists of Dayton in Dayton, OH. 

— Anna Hudson

Irwin J. Kurtzack, D.O.’55

Kurtzack was a team physician in 1977 for Carol City High School in Miami Gardens, FL. The team was top-rated in the country with three players moving on to the National Football League. Kurtzack is a retired family medicine physician and resides in Bethesda, MD, with his wife, Pauline. 

— Anna Hudson

Charles H. Weintz, D.O.’03

Weintz is the chief medical officer of Stanton County Hospital and the chief medical director of Stanton County Family Practice, both in Johnson City, KS. The hospital and clinic recently completed a $12.5 million renovation. 

— Anna Hudson

Elizabeth A. Jansen, D.O.’09

Jansen finished an anesthesiology residency at University Hospitals – Case Medical Center in Cleveland and is starting a fellowship in pediatric anesthesiology at the Cleveland Clinic.

— Anna Hudson

Admiral Walter C. Rustmann, D.O.’95

Rustmann was commissioned as admiral in the Texas Navy by Governor Rick Perry upon his retirement from the United States Air Force and Texas Air National Guard after 37 years of service to country and state. This honor is typically bestowed on individuals for outstanding service to the United States and/or the state of Texas.

— Anna Hudson

Robert J. Franchi, D.O.’88

Franchi was recently installed for a one-year term as president of the American Osteopathic Colleges of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation Inc. He will preside over a board of specialists who are dedicated to upholding and maintaining quality training of those osteopathic physicians specializing in the treatment of eye diseases. Franchi is a […]

— Anna Hudson