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 University of Kentucky.
He began his advocacy educating osteopathic medical students on a national level as the Political Affairs Director for SOMA when the new U.S. health care policy was being developed. He now serves on the AOA Bureau of Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Bureau and completed the selective AOA Training in Policy Studies (TIPS) program.
Dr. Eskew models patient-centered, holistic care both in practice and as a volunteer at the local free clinic and homeless shelter. He conducts research and publishes data on the many benefits of Direct Primary Care, and influences public policy as a member of the Direct Primary Care Coalition.
Because of his exceptional commitment to the osteopathic profession, and his proven leadership in guiding its future success, it is with great pride that the AOF recognize Philip M. Eskew, DO as the 2015 Outstanding Resident of the Year in Family Medicine.