The last Family Medicine Interest Group meeting of the semester featured a presentation from Gerald Luckey, M.D., a rural preceptor who has been practicing for 43 years.
Dr. Luckey’s presentation, “Family Medicine: The Backbone of Quality Healthcare”, reviewed his experiences as a physician and touched on the scope of practicing in a rural setting. Students asked questions about the complexity of family medicine as Dr. Luckey shared stories about treating generations of families.
Dr. Luckey practices at Butler County Clinic in David City, Nebraska and is a past winner of the Marion D. and Theodore Koefoot, Jr., M.D. Outstanding Preceptor in Rural Family Medicine Award.