DMU grad installed as ACOFP president

deRegnier2Kevin V. de Regnier, DO, FACOFP dist., of Winterset, IA, was installed as president of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians during ACOFP’s 52nd annual convention and scientific seminars, held March 12-15 in Las Vegas.

Dr. de Regnier is a board-certified family physician in private practice with Madison County Medical Associates of Winterset, IA. He is an adjunct professor of family medicine at DMU and a member of the Iowa Medical Home Advisory Council. He was named the Iowa Osteopathic Medical Association Physician of the Year in 2000. His professional interests include diabetes care and education, osteopathic manipulative medicine and geriatrics.

A member of the ACOFP Board of Governors since 2006, Dr. de Regnier has served on a number of ACOFP committees during the past decade, including the committee on federal legislation, policy and organizational committee, history and archival committee and the preceptor committee. He also was appointed by the governor to serve on the Iowa health systems and plans committee of the Iowa Health Regulation Task Force, as well as the data committee of the Community Health Management Information System.

An Iowa native, Dr. de Regnier earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry with a biology minor from the University of Northern Iowa. After graduating from DMU, he completed both an internship and residency in family practice at Des Moines General Hospital. He also holds a certification from the National Board of Examiners for Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons.

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