Lamar C. Miller, D.O.’57

Miller was chief of staff at Warren County Hospital in Warren, OH, and an associate professor at Ohio University in Athens, OH, from 1976 to 1979, where he was named outstanding professor of the year in 1978. He served as chief of medicine at Pasco Medical Center in Dade City, FL, from 1980 to 1982 and as Salvation Army board president for two years. He has been a member of the NPR rotary club since 1979. He retired from family practice in 1998. He and his wife, Phyllis, reside in New Port Richey, FL.

James W. Hogin, D.O.’74

Hogin practices full-time office OMM and internal medicine after 31 years of hospital gastroenterology and internal medicine. He successfully battled …

There is still time

That is, time to enjoy the last two sessions of this year’s Mini Medical School. Tonight, Heart Health and Exercise. Presented by Julie Ronnebaum, MPT, DPT.

Is all this stress really necessary?

It is 2 a.m. and you’re thinking to yourself, “How did I get into this situation again?” You know, where …

DMU students to spend break providing health care in Honduras

Thirty-three Des Moines University students are skipping the traditional spring break hot spots for a week in Honduras. Instead of …

Friday recipe: tofu sesame almond cookies

I had the great pleasure last week of observing a nutrition/healthy cooking class taught in the University’s wellness center kitchen …

Celebrate Black History Month with Dr. Ross-Lee

Join us in celebration of Black History Month with a presentation by Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee on Monday, February 27. The talk …

President Franklin featured in dsm’s Faces of Education

President Angela Walker Franklin was featured recently in dsm Magazine‘s Faces of Education, a special publication highlighting leaders of 12 local educational institutions. Learn a little more about what attracted her to DMU and what she thinks makes us distinct.

Is the U.S. medical care system “resource constrained”?

It’s well-documented and well-known that the United States spends more on health care than any other developed nation. Many assume …

PA students pounce the PANCE

We don’t like to brag, but we are continually impressed by our hard-working students. We just got word regarding the …