Alumni spotlight: Bradley K. Hiatt, D.O.’97

B.A., General Science, Grand View University, 1990. D.O., Des Moines University, 1997. Internship/residency, University of Iowa/Iowa Methodist Medical Center, 1997-2000. Fellowship, University of Iowa Division of Hematology, Oncology, and Blood and Marrow Transplantation, 2000-2003. Physician partner with Medical Oncology Hematology Associates [...]

Des Moines University to award 499 degrees at 111th commencement ceremony

Des Moines University (DMU) will award 499 degrees at its 2011 Commencement service May 28 at 10 a.m. at Hy-Vee …

Foot & Ankle symposium

In one month – one day, DMU will begin hosting the Foot & Ankle Symposium again. This is SUCH a …

Alumni spotlight: Laurence J. Baker, D.O.’77, FACEP

I grew up in small-town Iowa. My father was a family practice physician. I was educated at Iowa (go Hawks!) and DMU; my residency was in family practice, but I drifted to emergency medicine early in my career. I just successfully recertified my ABEM boards for the third time, making me close to dinosaur status. I own a professional staffing company that provides physician [...]

Make the trip

Come back for the Des Moines University Alumni Reunion June 17-18, 2011. It will be memorable! You'll enjoy reconnecting with classmates, meeting faculty and staff, touring the impressive campus and seeing all of the changes to your alma mater and to the Des Moines metropolitan area. Reflect with friends on the twists, turns and trips you've taken since your student days, too.

Tee-off for a great cause

Most people agree the world needs more good doctors in primary care as well as in the various medical specialties. DMU wants them to also know they can make that possible by swinging a club – at the annual College of Osteopathic Medicine Golf Benefit on Thursday, May 26, at Des Moines’ Waveland Golf Course, 12:30 p.m.

Around the world in two minutes

Crushing polar ice, swimming at the North Pole and “polar bear baiting”: An alumnus and pilot takes us to the top of the globe.

Doctor on the downhill

A decade ago, Phillip Arnold, D.O.’01, served on the base camp team that helped the first and only blind man to reach the top of Mount Everest. He’s had a wild ride ever since, taking care of mountain trekkers and members of the U.S. Ski Team as well as his patients at home in Wisconsin.