Posts tagged D.O.

Larry Braver, D.O.’77

Braver was appointed to the Michigan Long-Term Care Supports and Services Advisory Committee by Governor Rick Snyder. He is a staff physician at Flint Osteopathic Hospital-Genesys Regional Medical Center in Grand Blanc, MI, and facility coordinator for both Alterra/Brookdale Assisted Living Facility and the Knottingham/Prestige Pointe Assisted Living Facility. He will represent providers of Medicaid-funded […]

— Anna Hudson

Andrew L. Cope, D.O.’09

Cope is in his final year at the Genesis Quad-Cities Family Medicine residency program in Davenport, IA, and will join Newton Clinic this summer. He will be one of six Newton Clinic doctors who deliver babies at Skiff Medical Center and perform c-sections.

— Anna Hudson

Michael F. Tiffany, D.O.’96

Tiffany joined the obstetrics and gynecology department at Fairview Red Wing Medical Center in Red Wing, MN. He comes to Red Wing from Kenosha, WI, where he practiced with Aurora Health Care. He was awarded the national 2011 Patient’s Choice Award, which is given to doctors who receive top scores from their patients and pass […]

— Anna Hudson

Patricia R. Hastings, D.O.’83

Colonel Hastings completed a residency in emergency medicine at Fort Hood, TX, in 1986 and completed follow-on assignments as chief of the emergency departments at the 98th General Hospital at Nurnberg, West Germany, and at Darnall Army Medical Center in Fort Hood. She served from 1997 to 2002 at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu […]

— Anna Hudson

International service opportunity in India for DMU alumni

The Global Health Department has received information about an upcoming medical service opportunity in India. The Logos Medical Mission group will travel to Uttarakhand, India, June 6-17, 2012. The trip is organized through the Des Moines Valley Evangelical Church partnership. Areas of focus will be women’s health issues, pediatric care and general medicine in underserved […]

— Anna Hudson

Daniel W. Cuozzo, D.O.’87

Cuozzo joined Beebe Medical Center and practices at Beebe Dermatology Health Center in Millsboro, DE. He is board certified in dermatology and was an attending dermatologist at Bassett Healthcare Network in Cooperstown, NY, where he practiced general medicine and surgical dermatology and developed their Mohs Surgery Program. He also trained and supervised physician assistants and taught medical students. Cuozzo was in the U.S. Army Medical Corp for nine years, serving in several capacities including as a flight/brigade surgeon, company commander in Desert Storm and Chief of Dermatology at Fort Bragg, NC. He has been honored with several awards, including the Bronze Star Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal and the Combat Medical Badge.

— Anna Hudson

Todd C. Sommer, D.O.’96, D.P.M.

Sommer is now seeing patients at Community Memorial Hospital Health Center in Oconto Falls, WI. He is board certified in podiatric surgery and family medicine and is the medical director for the St. Vincent Hospital Center for Wound Care and Hyperbariatric Medicine in Green Bay, WI.

— Anna Hudson

John G. Brady, D.O.’94

Brady joined Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt, IA, and will work through the Britt Medical Clinic. Most recently, he practiced at Mercy Johnston Family Physicians Clinic in Johnston, IA.

— Anna Hudson

Alicia E. Bennett, D.O.’11

Bennett (maiden name DelRosso) and Scott Bennett were married on May 7, 2011. The couple resides in Salt Lake City, where she is working on a neurology residency at the University of Utah Hospital.

— Anna Hudson

Jason R. Sheffler, D.O.’08

Sheffler graduated from the University of Minnesota Mankato family medicine residency program and accepted a position with Boone County Hospital in Boone, IA. He and his wife, Heather, reside in Boone.

— Anna Hudson

Tamara Lyday, D.O.’06

Lyday is the regional director for Prevea Health in Green Bay, WI. She began working for Prevea in January 2011 following her employment at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Green Bay. She continues to work at St. Vincent Hospital’s wound care center two days a week.

— Anna Hudson

Carena M. Thompson, D.O.’04

Thompson is the medical director at the Indian Health Service Center for the Nez Perce in Lapwai, ID. About 25 percent of her family practice is spent using osteopathic manipulative treatment due to limited resources and chronic pain issues of the patients.

— Anna Hudson

John T. Pham, D.O.’00

Pham left his solo practice of nine years in March 2010 to join Western University of Health Sciences, COMP-Northwest in Lebanon, OR, as an assistant professor in the department of family medicine. He teaches students the essentials of clinical medicine, presides on the admissions committee and is the interprofessional education liaison. He also precepts family medicine […]

— Anna Hudson

James Huang, D.O.’99

Huang received the New Member of the Year Award from the Lincoln Club of Orange County, CA. He was elected as a member of the board of directors and appointed the local election chairman. He also serves as vice chair of the health care subcommittee when its members are working on health care policy. Additionally, […]

— Anna Hudson

David L. Edwardy, D.O.’95

Edwardy retired from active family practice January 1, 2012, after 26 years of federal prison service and 20 years of service in the military reserves (National Guard and Navy). He and his wife, Sue, reside in Byron, MN.

— Anna Hudson

Warren S. Silberman, D.O., M.P.H.’74

Silberman retired from the Federal Aviation Administration as the manager of the Aerospace Medical Certification Division. He formed an LLC, Aviation Certification Services, and plans on doing consulting. He is also the medical director of Harvey Watt and Company in Atlanta, GA, which provides disability insurance for pilots who have lost their medical certification certificate. He […]

— Anna Hudson

Stephen E. Kabel, D.O.’88

Kabel was appointed chairman of the department of primary care at the Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County in New Jersey. He also serves on the board of directors of the New Jersey Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons. He and his wife, Sandra, reside in Delran, NJ, where he practices internal medicine at Delran Medical […]

— Anna Hudson

Meenakshi D. Palani, D.O.’08

Palani will be joining Fort Madison Community Hospital’s women’s center in Fort Madison, IA, on August 1, 2012, after graduating from Aurora Health Care’s obstetrics and gynecology residency program in Milwaukee, WI, in June 2012.

— Anna Hudson

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.

— Anna Hudson

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 brain cancer for six years, which brought about changes in his practice, but with his D.O. and general background, he is able to practice satisfying and quality medicine. He works because of the satisfaction and […]

— Seth Stevenson