The DMU Family and Internal Medicine department is dedicated to applying the skills of our experienced primary care providers to teaching the osteopathic students of today how to  become the competent osteopathic physicians of tomorrow.  We fulfill our mission through the classes that we teach and the family medicine clerkship that we supervise.

As clinicians, teachers and scholars, our faculty members are strongly committed to DMU's academic mission. The faculty is integral to the medical school curriculum by contributing to both didactic and clinical education and hence plays a major role in educating and training the next generation of physicians. The department is responsible for teaching in all disciplines of internal medicine. These include cardiology, neurology, respiratory medicine, endocrinology, hematology-oncology, infectious diseases, gastroenterology, rheumatology and renal medicine.

Have questions? We'd love to help!

For questions concerning family medicine:

Ella Henderson
Academic Assistant

For questions concerning internal medicine:

Denise McGee
Academic Assistant

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