UNMC Family Medicine Connect

Residents, faculty attend NAFP meeting

The Nebraska Academy of Family Physician’s 73rd Annual Meeting & Scientific Assembly was held March 25-27 at the Embassy Suites La Vista Hotel and Conference Center.  Department of Family Medicine residents participated in both oral and poster presentations at the annual meeting. Faculty members Dr. T. Jason Meredith and Dr. Timothy Malloy also presented to attendees.

Residents, subinterns announced for 2021-22

The Department of Family Medicine will welcome new house officers for the traditional, military, and rural training track programs for the 2021-2022 year. Six UNMC medical students will also be joining through the Advanced Rural Training Program as subinterns. UNMC Match Day was held on March 19. SubinternsTaylor BequetteStephanie EmigBlake HassCody MastersAnna RippLeo Tyler Current Advanced Rural Training ProgramSarah Marlatt – UNMCHaley Mathews – UNMCJacob… Continue Reading

2021-2022 Chief Residents Announced

The Department of Family Medicine Residency Program announced the new Chief Residents for the 2021-2021 academic year: Ali Bauer and Tobi Ogun. Ali is a graduate of the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and is from Lyons, Michigan. Tobi is from Nigeria and a graduate of Poznan University of Medical Sciences. A special thanks to outgoing chiefs – Jordan Rennicke and Hannah Siel for… Continue Reading

Faculty accomplishments highlighted in UNMC Today

Assistant Professor, Liliana Bronner, MHSA, MBA, has been named to the leadership team of the UNMC College of Medicine’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). Read more on UNMC Today. Congratulations! Assistant Professor Andrea Jones, MD, was recently named to the Douglas County Health Department board. Dr. Jones will serve on the board for a three-year term. Read more on UNMC Today. Congratulations Dr…. Continue Reading

Dr. Hay named Interprofessional Education Scholar

Department of Family Medicine Associate Professor Dr. William Hay was name the Interprofessional Education Scholar for the 2020-21 Academic Affairs Impact in Education Awards. This award recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions to interprofessional education locally, regionally or nationally. Dr. Hay serves as director of the UNMC SHARING Clinics. Congratulations Dr. Hay!