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.
Only three Nebraska Medicine physicians were named to the 2021 Omaha Magazine “Best of Omaha” rankings.
For the second consecutive year, assistant professor Dr. Jason Patera was named in the Family Doctor category.
Congratulations to Department of Family Medicine Office Associate Alec Kudrna for being selected as the College of Medicine Silver U awardee for August.
This is in recognition for his work on the opening and transition of overflow COVID-19 clinics in March-May 2020. Kudrna ensured that Family Medicine providers were privileged and all providers who were reassigned to the clinics were properly privileged and able to immediately support.
He worked with medical staff and the privileging board to make the transition as smooth as possible. Without this work, the clinic would not have opened as quickly as it did. His time and dedication is greatly appreciated.
Each month Family Medicine residents gather and vote for resident of the month and faculty of the month. Six physicians were recognized over the last three months.
Faculty of the Month: Dr. Kevin Sisk for teaching, always being available.
Resident of the Month: Dr. Rachel Bowers for throwing the 4th of July Bowers Bash and covering for Dr. McDade
Faculty of the Month: Dr. Melanie Menning for managing all of the things for OneWorld and always grabbing residents for procedures.
Resident of the Month: Dr. Jordan Rennicke for an excellent job as night mole.
Faculty of the Month: Dr. Jacqueline Yurgil for covering for Dr. Peebles and for teaching sports medicine.
Resident of the Month: Dr. Regan Rogers for covering inboxes, F drives, etc for pretty much the entire 2nd year military class.
A article in the Journal of Interprofessional Care recently acknowledged Department of Family Medicine faculty, Dr. Bill Hay and Dr. Audrey Paulman for their support of the 2018 Society of Student-Run Free Clinics Annual Conference.
Hay and Paulman served as faculty mentors for the 2018 Society of Student-Run Free Clinics conference event, an abridged hackaton, piloted at the conference.