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Alum participates in global health

Craig Thompson, D.O. ’78, a family physician in Strawberry Point and Manchester, Iowa, traveled with DMU’s Global Health Department to El Salvador in March 2009. Job description: Small town family physician, involved in hospital care, EMS, OB, sports medicine, geriatrics and the county medical examiner. Background: I was born in Monticello, Iowa, and attended primary…

Alumni News, Fall 2009
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Michael Flood, D.O., explains aspects of a medical mannequin.  Photo by Sergeant Shelaine Harbart

Training America's military medics

Local medics practice at DMU’s Iowa Simulation Center.

Fall 2009, The Pulse
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In the heart of Harlem

Starting a medical school anywhere is daunting enough. But when Martin Diamond, D.O.’62, was invited to help with such an effort in Manhattan, he agreed only if the school would be located in a neighborhood with few doctors, high needs and a rich history.

Alumni News, Fall 2009
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Drs. Jim Lovell, Mark Randleman and Rick Glenn in Washington, D.C.

Giving a day for America's 'Greatest Generation'

DMU alums volunteer with Honor Flight

Alumni News, Fall 2009
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Show them the way: Mentor a DMU student

Alums give back by mentoring students

Alumni News, Fall 2009
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Let's hear it for the spouses

DMU student spouse receives award For some, simply surviving marriage to a medical student is accomplishment enough. Not so Jon Kamrath: While his wife, Heidi, earned her D.O. degree at DMU, he commuted to Iowa State University, 40 miles away, to complete his master’s degree in fine arts; was selected to exhibit at the highly…

Fall 2009, The Pulse
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