10 hrs ago
Osteopathic Students on the Rise
Doctors say most people can't tell the difference between doctors who have studied osteopathic medicine and ones who have not.
23 hrs ago
IOM study finds U.S. medical training may not be meeting needs for care
The comprehensive report calls for major changes in doctor training and points out that it is difficult to track how the $15 billion spent by the federal government is being used.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Augusta Health Looks To Draw Doctors to the Valley
The goal is to draw doctors to rural areas, like Augusta County, because there's a need for primary care doctors.
Health Policy Expert Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee Available to Speak on IOM's ...
Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee , VP for Health Sciences and Medical Affairs at New York Institute of Technology, is a member of the Institute of Medicine committee that issued a report today on reforming the federal system of financing and oversight of graduate medical education.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Dr. Mary Anna Sanders Joins Parkridge East Hospital Staff
A Chattanooga native and graduate of Girls Preparatory School, Dr. Sanders earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Lee University and a Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Atlanta.
Floyd County Times
Buser re-elected to the American Osteopathic Association Board of Trustees2:52 pm
Boyd R. Buser, D.O., of Pikeville, was re-elected to the Board of Trustees for the American Osteopathic Association , the national professional membership organization for the nation's more than 104,000 osteopathic physicians and osteopathic medical students.
Willingway appoints new medical director
Williams joined Willingway as staff physician in 2011 and was named director of medical education in 2013.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Dr. Ram Reddy appointed assistant professor of Geriatrics
Dr. Ram K. Reddy recently was named an assistant professor in the department of Geriatrics by The Appointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee of the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine.
New med school could bring 400 residency slots
The Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine to be built on the campus of New Mexico State University hopes to open up to 400 new residency slots for medical school students in the next 10 years, the school's CEO said Monday.
Mini Taste of Kirksville celebrates its 15th year
First-year students at A.T. Still University's Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine will get a chance to see just what kind of food the Heartland has to offer.
Mercy Health intensifies presence in Mason County with its first Ludington medical practice
Mercy Health's physician network debuted its first family practice in Mason County this month, offering a new medical home to residents in Ludington.
The Coastal Courier
Health system welcomes new pediatrician to practice
Southeast Georgia Physician Associates-Camden Pediatrics, an affiliate of Southeast Georgia Health System, recently announced the addition of Lera "Liv" Fina, D.O., board-certified pediatrician, to the practice.
Why Experts Suggest Trying Out Osteopathic Treatment
In today's age, more and more people are becoming more aware of the kinds of health treatment available for them.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Investigate W.Va. Doctor Licensing
To their list of investigations, West Virginia legislators should add one looking at oversight of health care professionals in the state.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Dr. Howard Levine elected as president of staff at Bayonne Medical Center
Dr. Howard Levine has returned to Bayonne Medical Center to serve as President for the fifth time, after taking an eight year break.
West Virginia Metro
Doctor's license suspended over dirty syringes
The state Board of Osteopathic Medicine unanimously approved a summary suspension of Roland Chalifoux's license after the Marshall County neurosurgeon was accused of reusing syringes on multiple patients.
Instructors Meet ACOM Students To Prepare For Clinical Rounds
The Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine has been in operation for more than a year.
W.Va. board suspends clinic operator's license
A West Virginia board has suspended the license of the operator of a pain management clinic where an investigation found syringes were being reused.
Burrell college looks at serving a dual purpose
The $85 million Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine to be built on the campus of New Mexico State University is as much about training minority and Native American doctors as it is helping to alleviate a doctor shortage in New Mexico.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Gregory J. Nieckula, D.O. Joins Signal Mountain Health And Wellness
Memorial Health Partners Foundation announces Gregory J. Nieckula, D.O. has joined Signal Mountain Health & Wellness.