AOF Stories

2015 Outstanding Resident in Family Medicine October 11, 2015 Philip M. Eskew, DO, JD, MBA, a resident at the Heart of Lancaster (Penn.) Regional Medical Center, excels in many areas:  as a compassionate practitioner, respected mentor, thoughtful researcher and tireless advocate. A 2012 graduate of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM), Dr. Eskew received his JD from the West Virginia University College of Law and his MBA from the...
2015 Outstanding Resident in Internal Medicine October 11, 2015 A resident in the internal medicine residency program at the Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA, John Raymond Dahdah, DO, is a respected leader and mentor who applies his exceptional medical knowledge to the treatment of patients and the education of other residents and osteopathic medical students. A 2013 graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) and 2009 graduate...
2015 Outstanding Resident in OBGYN October 11, 2015 Serving both as a chief intern and a chief resident at Grandview Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio, Molly Ashby, DO, MPH, represents the best of the osteopathic profession when it comes to her leadership skills, work ethic and compassion, as well as her excellence as an educator and researcher. A 2011 graduate of the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine—Virginia Campus (VCOM) who also earned a...
2015 Outstanding Resident in Pediatric Medicine October 11, 2015 A pediatric Chief Resident of the dually-accredited pediatric residency program at Nationwide Children’s/Doctors Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, Joanna Kramer, DO, MPH, has risen above the rest because of her proven expertise and passion to become a leader in pediatric OMM research. Dr. Kramer states that osteopathy ran in her blood, given that her mother was an osteopathic internist. She has already...
2015 Lifetime Achievement Award October 6, 2015 Sometimes being a pioneer is about being open to the unknown, and allowing life to take you down the path less traveled.  This is how Murray Goldstein, DO, MPH paved the way to success and acceptance for other osteopathic physicians and fostered an environment for scientifically rigorous osteopathic research during his more than 60 year career. Dr. Goldstein was the first to represent the...
2015 Physician of the Year October 6, 2015 Providing a last resort net for those who fall through the federal safety net is what Craig Dietz, DO does each day.  As medical director for the National Association of Free Clinics and chief medical officer and director of clinical research for the Kansas City CARE Clinic—a site that treats 6,000 primary care patients and 1,000 HIV/AIDS patients each year, Dr. Dietz innately understands the...

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