“House calls” has an entirely different meaning for these DMU students, who successfully juggle family life with the heavy lifting of medical school.
Amy Borden takes notes on a Haitian family. Among the many memories DMU students acquired in earthquake-ravaged Haiti, the visual images stick like one’s t-shirt in the island nation’s oven-like temperatures: the once-beautiful capitol building in ruins. People eating and …
Imagine medical school with all the camaraderie and none of the exams or grades: Wouldn’t that get you excited about a health care career?
Des Moines University’s 110th commencement was a mixture of joy, excitement and sadness over the loss of a DMU friend.
You might say R. Tim Yoho, D.P.M., FACFAS, dean of the College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, is looking for his replacement. Long-term, that is.
A second-year podiatric medicine student undergoes heart surgery.
Fifteen teams, including nine from the community and many in costume, relived their P.E. days and raised money for Variety – the Children’s Charity in DMU’s first annual Dodgeball Derby.
Podiatric medicine student Sara Revell is gaining insights on physical therapy that will benefit her career and her future patients.
Thomas Zgonis, D.P.M.’99, FACFAS, sees a lot of diabetic patients in his part of the world, San Antonio, TX. The disease occurs more often among minority populations, and the city is more than half Mexican- American. In addition to giving him a special interest and expertise in diabetic foot problems, that fact motivated him to produce a 448- page textbook on the topic.