Posts tagged Career change

Brian J. Beck, D.O.’69

Beck started part-time work July 1, 2013, at McLaren Medical Center in Davison, MI. He says he loves having more time for family and that he’s able to do things he has always wanted to do. He is excited to come back to campus for his class’s next reunion. 

— Anna Hudson

Brenda K. Jeffers, M.H.A.’03

Jeffers was named facility administrator of the new DaVita Dialysis unit in Ottumwa, IA. She was also appointed to the board of directors of the River Hills Community Health Center, a federally qualified health center in Ottumwa. River Hills is one of 14 federally qualified facilities in the state of Iowa. 

— Anna Hudson

Marc A. Trzeciak, D.O.’90

Trzeciak is the program director for the Valley Orthopedic Surgery Residency of Modesto in Modesto, CA. Under the auspices of the Valley Consortium for Medical Education, the program is affiliated with the Midwestern Osteopathic Post-Graduate Training Institute and will begin in July 2013 with three first-year residents and one second-year resident.

— Anna Hudson

Jerald J. Phipps, D.O.’88

Phipps joined the Ringgold County Hospital (RCH) in Mount Ayr, IA, as a family practice physician with the Mount Ayr Medical Clinic. He had practiced with The McFarland Clinic in Boone, IA, for 20 years.  “Family practice is what I love,” said Dr. Phipps. “It’s great taking care of people of all ages. From when […]

— Anna Hudson

James Huang, D.O.’99

Huang was named Physician of the Year by the Osteopathic Physicians & Surgeons (OPSC) of California on Feb. 9, 2013. The award is presented to the individual who best represents the qualities and traits of an outstanding osteopathic physician and surgeon. Huang is a member of the OPSC Board of Directors; his term will end […]

— Anna Hudson

Capt. Sarah K. Gibbons, D.O.’08

Gibbons completed a neurology residency at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, WA, in July 2012. She is now stationed at Fort Hood in Texas serving as a captain in the army and chief of the neurology clinic at Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center.

— Anna Hudson

Sujoy Bose, D.P.T.’10

Bose became board-certified in cardiovascular and pulmonary physical therapy in 2012. He is a faculty member at Wayne State University in Detroit, where he teaches physical therapy for medically complex populations.

— Anna Hudson