Category: Residency

Recruiting in rural Nebraska: Family Medicine resident featured in KMTV report

Department of Family Medicine resident Dr. Jenean Wedeking was recently featured in the KMTV 3 News Now report, “How can physicians be recruited to Small Town Nebraska?” The feature is a piece of a five-part series about health care in rural Nebraska.  

Sep 16, 2019

Intern orientation month includes axe throwing

Orientation month for the 2019-2020 Family Medicine resident began in July, training 22 medical school graduates to gain the skills necessary to become successful family physicians. As part of the orientation month, the Family Medicine interns, Chief Residents, and faculty had a team building event at Craft Axe Throwing. The event produced some very skilled […]

Aug 5, 2019

Koran published on ResearchGate

Family Medicine Associate Professor and Director of Behavorial Health, Jessica Koran-School, Ph.D., along with colleagues from internal medicine, were recently published on The article, A New Perspective on Burnout: Snapshots of the Medical Resident Experience, can be read in its entirety online. Congratulations, Dr. Koran!

Jul 22, 2019

Resident Graduation 2019

The Department of Family Medicine gathered on Sunday, June 23 for the annual graduation banquet, held at The Durham Museum in Omaha. Faculty, staff, residents, and their families came together to celebrate the accomplishments of our 2019 graduating residents in a program led by Residency Program Director Dr. Kimberly Jarzynka, Rural Track Residency Program Director Dr. Jeff […]

Jun 27, 2019

Fruehling featured in magazine

Family Medicine Associate Director for the Grand Island Rural Training Track, Dr. Richard Fruehling, was recently featured in an issue of Nature Conservancy. The article also features his wife, Sandra, and their passion for Nebraska’s landscapes. Dr. Fruehling serves on The Nature Conservancy’s board of trustees in Nebraska. Dr. Fruehling Nature Conservancy Article

Jun 20, 2019