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. Jones!
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!
There are recent additions to the Department of Family Medicine including two new faculty and three new staff members.
Dr. Zachary Genant and Dr. Neil Kalsi joined the faculty in July and September.
Dr. Genant provides care at Oakview Health Center and while Dr. Kalsi sees patients at Durham Outpatient Center.
Terri Lampe joined the staff in the role of Office Associate and Beth Morris is the new GME Educational Coordinator providing support for the residency programs and medical students. Joshua Lyons joins the staff in December as the Qgenda admin, focusing on clinic and call schedules.
Family Medicine Assistant Professor, Dr. Alberto Marcelin, along with his wife, Dr. Jasmine Marcelin, a infectious disease specialist, recently spoke to the NPR Podcast Short Wave.
In the fifteen minutes listen, Dr. Marcelin talks about fighting COVID-19 as a family physician. Listen here.
Dr. Denai Gordon, a resident in the Advanced Rural Training Program, was recently featured at a virtual event benefitting Girls Inc. Omaha.
Gloria Steinem headlined the luncheon as a speaker and Dr. Gordon was featured in a video about her Girls Inc. experience. Congratulations!