You may also find her running, antique shopping, eating Graeter’s Ice Cream, or planning her next trip to the beach. Grant funds make it possible to expand curriculum to include special programs to enhance the resident experience and to better prepare him/her for practice in rural communities. ... Jesse Grant, MD. He chose Grant because he loved the camaraderie and interactions between the residents and the attendings. Sam went into Family Medicine because she has a passion for helping those in need and hopes to build long-lasting relationships with those in her community. When time permits, there are many other hobbies she enjoys. / Residents / PGY-1. He lives in Gahanna which is one of the Columbus suburbs. After residency, she plans to practice full-time outpatient family medicine in central Ohio. Alysia Herzog, MD, Program Director, with husband Tim and kids Alec, Ethan, Maeve, and Giselle. The mission of the DGMC-UC Davis Internal Medicine Residency Program is to prepare our residents for a successful career in Internal Medicine. Outside of the hospital, she enjoys spending time with her husband, friends, and family. Yearning for adventure, he traveled to the Northwest for residency in rural Klamath Falls, OR, where he fell in love with the mountains and small town lifestyle. Originally from the small town of Butler, OH, he attended undergrad at Denison University before heading to The Ohio State University for medical school. She loves practicing full spectrum medicine from her outpatient work (where she loves caring for 4 generation families) to inpatient care (including ICU work) to delivering babies. Why Columbus? Blue Garage: Free patient parking spaces begin on the fourth floor of the Blue Garage, located at 141 South Sixth Street. He loves Grant because it affords him the ability to practice like a small town country doc but with all the fun of a Level 1 Trauma Center! That is what one gets for letting a 5 year old child name a pet :-)  She loves being a Girl Scout leader for her girls and decorating her home for the holidays. He practiced full spectrum rural family medicine outside of Asheville, NC for over four years before the Buckeye State lured him back home. She joined the faculty right out of residency and is enjoying increasing her participation in obstetrical care. Grant Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Faculty. While there may be a subspecialty in her future, for now the world is completely open to her. Samantha Wu was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and grew up in a large family of over thirty aunties and uncles and more than thirty cousins. He has a particular interest in health policy, reproductive health, and social activism. Grant Family Medicine is committed to not only recruiting diverse residents and faculty but also maintaining an inclusive environment where our residents can thrive. Alexandra (Alex) Blood grew up in Southwestern Ohio. She loves full spectrum family medicine including women’s health (including OB) and mental health. Kelsey is originally from Berea, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland. Dr. Rerko spent 8 years working at a FHQC in Columbus, before joining Westerville Family Physicians, part of Central Ohio Primary Care (COPC) in 2018. Also, he was involved in implementing a mentorship program for a local high school. He enjoys running, reading, gardening, baking, basketball, and following Buckeye football. It’s been a great year both in and outside of work! Kelly Thibert, DO- Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Jennifer Ledonne was born and raised in Cincinnati, OH. She then moved to Cleveland, where she completed med school and family med residency at UH/Case. — The University of Wyoming said on Tuesday, June 23 that UW’s Wyoming Family Medicine Residency Program at Casper has received a $2.1 million grant aimed to expand primary care residency training in the state. He is a big Buckeye basketball and football fan. Dr. Rerko grew up in Columbus, Ohio. She immediately felt welcomed and enjoyed getting to know the residents and faculty at Grant. Having grown up in Columbus, Spencer enjoys following the Crew, the Blue Jackets, and the Buckeyes. His interests in Family Medicine include obstetrics/Centering pregnancy, advocacy, and recruiting the brightest and best medical students to become Family Docs! In her spare time Kelly likes to spend time with her fiancé, Asia and their pup, Luna. Kelsey chose Grant because she loved the people she rotated at Grant. Teresa Holt, MD, with her husband Chris and daughters Jordan, Makenzie, and Sydney. During his undergraduate training, he went through a primary care program which sparked his interest in family medicine. Her interests include sports medicine, musculoskeletal ultrasound, adolescent health, preventative care, medical education and physician resiliency. We invite you to meet our exceptional educators. She was born in Somalia, raised in Texas, and trained in medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch before joining us in Columbus to complete her residency at Grant. She then went on to pursue her medical training at Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine. She has a special interest in pediatrics and adolescents. While working either on the inpatient service or in the outpatient office, he has only three rules: 1) Have fun 2) Work Hard 3) Have fun. She practiced full spectrum family medicine (including OB and doing vasectomies) in private practice for 13 years prior to returning to Grant as Faculty. When Paul had free time before having kids, his favorite activities included hiking, horseback riding, skiing, SCUBA diving, and playing soccer. Dr. Shaw was originally from Columbus, Ohio. Our Mission. This grant – awarded to the Iowa Medicine Education Collaborative (IMEC), a partnership of MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center and Primary Health Care, Inc. – will be used to expand MercyOne’s Family Medicine Residency program, which has been training residents since 1997. David Grant Medical Center Family Medicine Residency, a Medical Group Practice located in Travis Afb, CA Dr. Vengal has served as the team physician for Division III College Football, Hockey and Lacrosse, the National Lacrosse League, Major Lacrosse League and various mass participation events. Elizabeth (Lizzy) Wei McIntosh was born in Cincinnati, OH and graduated from Sycamore High School. He went on to medical school at LECOM in Bradenton, Florida. Family Medicine Philanthropic Consortium Grant Awards Program. When looking for a position in Columbus, though, he was drawn to Grant because of the program’s commitment to full-spectrum family medicine, with robust outpatient, inpatient, and obstetric care. Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Reynolds Torma lives in the Hilliard area with her daughter and cat. She attended the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida where she majored in Molecular and Microbiology and minored in Women’s Studies. She is the primary facilitator for our Centering Groups. After she and her husband had their first baby, they moved back to Columbus, and Dr. Lowther joined a local Federally-Qualified Health Center. Kelsey Murray, MD- The Ohio State University College of Medicine. During residency, he was Chief Resident and volunteered for football games and local boxing matches. While there, he became interested in the practice of medicine after witnessing first-hand the severe health inequities in individuals with behavioral health illness. It was clear to me early in the residency interview process that Grant would provide me with the best preparation for my future plans of becoming a physician that can provide the full spectrum of care as a family physician. Alex chose Grant because of the full spectrum training and dedication to serving those in need. She also believes that Family Physicians are uniquely suited to be leaders in healthcare reform and transformation. His hobbies include cooking, cultivation of native plants, hiking, visiting national parks, and health services research. Scott Rogers, MD, Associate Program Director, with wife Allison and sons Colin, Wes, and Spencer (and a few of the farm menagerie). She was encouraged that Grant also provides well-rounded full spectrum care yet with good life balance and with a great organization. She lives in Olde Towne East (super trendy) with her handsome, 3-legged dog. 323 East Town Street, Suite 100, Columbus, OH, 43215. Outside activities include all things soccer and staying fit. She chose Grant because of the opportunity to learn full-scope medicine and for its dedication to service and compassion, not only within the residency program but throughout the entire hospital. After 5 different majors, he graduated from Ohio State with a degree in Accounting. She loves the opportunity to care for persons of all ages, from the great-grandchildren to the great-grandparents, enjoys getting to know people, and values the continuity of care that Family Medicine provides. She attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ where she majored in Exercise Sciences and Sports Management. In addition to work, she enjoys ballroom dancing and hosting Sunday dinners with friends. View Profile > The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine 800 Stanton L … Paul chose Family Medicine because he loves to listen to people and work with them to resolve problems. Mike Johnson, MD showing off his love of cats wearing cats. Learn More. Welcome to the Grant Family Medicine Residency Class of 2022! She completed her residency in Family Medicine at The University of Rochester where she received the STFM Resident teacher award and received several recognitions for her patient care efforts. Dr. Saida Osman is one of our part-time faculty, teaching on our Labor and Delivery unit. He recently transitioned to doing more hospital quality and patient safety and remains as part-time faculty. Originally from Milton, WV, he moved to Ohio to study music at the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. Athletics and physical activity (running and weight lifting) have been very important all his life and help maintain his wellness, something he is passionate about helping with residents and faculty alike. During intern year she has got married in August and now she and Keith are buying their first house! Grant Family Medicine is a three-year, ACGME-accredited program committed to training our residents to provide culturally humble, comprehensive care for our patients and communities and to creating an inclusive work environment. She enjoys teaching, women's health, outpatient procedures, home visits and the variety of family medicine. She was introduced to family medicine early on in medical school and immediately fell in love with the continuity and diverse opportunities that the specialty provides. Dr. Wilson has been at Grant since she was a student in 2010. CalMedForce administers annual grants to fund new residency positions at graduate medical education (GME) programs throughout California. She then completed a pre-health post-baccalaureate program before going to Michigan State University College of Human Medicine for medical school. After residency, she plans to practice full-time outpatient family medicine in central Ohio. Grant has more than 600 beds, a Level 1 Trauma Center, a Level 3 NICU, and open ICU and high-risk obstetrics units. Jennifer Ledonne, DO- Lincoln Memorial University-Debusk College of Osteopathic Medicine. Grant Family Medicine Residency is a 3-year training program at Grant Medical Center … Working at Grant has allowed him to establish great relationships with many of the healthcare team. Grant Medical Center will consider applicants who are U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents, asylees and refugees, and other individuals with work authorizations that do not require visa sponsorship by GMC. Colin McCluney, MD, Associate Program Director, with wife, Kristin (and some elephants, too). Kelly Thibert was born in raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Elizabeth McIntosh, MD- SUNY Upstate Medical University. Dr. Craig Travis has been with Grant since March 2012 and has 20+ years teaching experience in Family Medicine. Colin moved to Columbus from Seattle, WA, in the summer of 2016 to join the faculty at Grant. Her particular areas of interest are Geriatrics, Hospice, and Palliative care. She became program director in 2013. She felt that the door was open and it was simply her home for residency. Her interests include rural medicine, public health, and advocacy. He spent his undergraduate years at Cedarville University. He is the youngest of two sons; his mother also a psychologist and father a judge. After graduation, she moved to Columbus, OH with her partner to complete her residency at Grant and joined faculty in 2018. He now lives in Blacklick with his wife, Jean, his son Gabe, and an energetic boxer dog. Sarah Sams, MD with daughters Crystal and Grace. Family and Preventive Medicine Resident. Spencer Conte grew up in Gahanna, Ohio. His interests include geriatrics (he has privileges at one of the local nursing homes where residents see patients), end of life care, and outpatient family medicine. Family and Preventive Medicine Resident. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, being active outdoors with running, hiking or playing tennis, and reading in her spare time. January 25. Kelly is passionate about comprehensive reproductive health, health policy and social activism. She was a basketball player in both high school and at Capital. Her interests include reproductive health, care of the under- and uninsured, and adolescent health. They are also expecting a baby girl in October 2018! She was drawn to Grant because of the opportunities to truly learn how to treat patients in a variety of settings from teachers who sincerely cared and were invested in the program and residents. Diversity & Inclusion — Grant Family Medicine Residency. Dr. Rogers joined the faculty in February of 2015. We are proud to have this dedicated group of family medicine residents at Grant Medical Center, training to become the next generation of leaders in their field of expertise. In his spare time, he masquerades as a chef in his home kitchen, enjoys wine and the occasional dram of scotch, and obsessively follows soccer, particularly his beloved Arsenal and Sounders (although he’s working on a little space in his heart for the Crew). Dr. Reynolds Torma has been part of the Grant Family since 2001 when she came to Grant for her family medicine residency and stayed on as faculty in 2004. OhioHealth Family Medicine Grant is on the first floor of the Blue Garage. She also enjoys quilting and spending time with her family including her daughters, Crystal and Grace. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, playing tennis, playing the piano, reading (mystery books), and traveling. She moved to Cleveland, Ohio for medical school (and her second son, Ethan) at Case Western Reserve University and stayed to complete her residency (and have Maeve) at University Hospitals of Cleveland. Home Our Program. Not only is it home to her favorite team (GO BUCKS!! Thankfully, she believed him! Jesse Grant, MD. He attended East Carolina University, where he double majored in Biology and Mathematics. In her free time, Jess loves to be outdoors hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming, and biking with her family. He was out in private practice in the Eastside of Columbus for 11.5 years after which he decided to join the Family Medicine faculty. He completed his family medicine residency and a fellowship in evidence based medicine and research methodology at the University of Michigan. Jess completed her medical training in Athens, Ohio and fell in love with family medicine after realizing how diverse the opportunities are for scope of practice, advocacy, and community involvement. Her love for family medicine stems from her experiences working with her church, clinical experiences and the diversity that family medicine provides. Spencer Conte, DO- Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Julie Boateng, DO Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Section Menu Family and Preventive Medicine. Emily is a second year resident and is a graduate of Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. He studied Integrative Biology and Rhetoric at the University of California at Berkeley, earned his law degree at the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law, and worked as an attorney in San Francisco for several years. She attended undergrad at the University of Notre Dame where she majored in Pre-Professional Studies and Spanish. Iowa Medical Residency Training State Matching Grants Program Funding to establish, expand, or support medical residency training programs in Iowa. This naturally translated into going to medical school at Ohio State. A summer service experience at a FQHC in Sparta, Michigan inspired her to pursue Family Medicine with Obstetrics. The attendings, community preceptors, fellow residents, & interdisciplinary team members here at Grant are everything she hoped for and more! Her interest in teaching, as well as patient care, led her to Pittsburgh where she completed a Faculty Development Fellowship before joining the faculty at Grant in the summer of 2017. There was never really much competition in choosing a residency for him - the unparalleled full-scope training opportunities at Grant with the passionate and inspiring faculty made the choice simple, and those same reasons kept him here after residency. Dr. Niedermier grew up on a cattle farm in rural Northern Ohio. Julie’s interests include OB/women’s health, global health/immigrant health, OMT, inpatient and outpatient procedures. The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine They have two alligator snapping turtles named Necessity and Possibility, a box turtle named Dex, and two cats named Dixie and Moneypenny, but no farm animals yet. Grant is a very special place – he always says “Grant is large enough to matter but small enough to care”. She also enjoys exploring Columbus, spending time with family and friends, traveling, and reading. He completed his family medicine residency at White Memorial Medical Center. Dr. Tessier joined the faculty in 2019. Ean Bett, MD in India and with the inpatient medicine team at Grant! Outside of medicine, she enjoys athletics, movies and spending time with her family. He continued his education at UC, attending medical school there as well. His clinical interests include addiction medicine, dermatology, population health, and providing high-value care to the underserved. They were always eager to teach and welcoming of new learners. 1203831243 Wright State University/Dayton Community Hospitals — ... Family medicine residency program — 1205111325 Carilion Clinic-Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine — 1205021316 University of Vermont Medical Center Vermont. She has been at Grant ever since - and continues to love the people she works with. Dr. Vengal received her Bachelor of Science in Natural Sciences with a minor in Chemistry and Magna Cum Laude from The University of Akron. In medical school, Jennifer realized that she truly enjoyed every aspect and field of medicine, soon realizing that she was meant to be a Family Physician. She feels Grant has a lot of “Heart & Soul” and loves how committed everyone is to providing the best patient care. She self identifies as a “foodie” and enjoys traveling. He continues to actively precept for the residency, and his passions continue to be Geriatrics and Women’s Health. She attended the University of Cincinnati where she earned her BA in Spanish in 2011. Working previously in the Grant ICU, Spencer was able to see how well prepared the residents were in any area of medicine, which led to him choosing to do his residency here. Please bring your parking ticket with you for validation. He has been married to his wife, Heather, for 27 years and has one 20 year old son, Nathan, who is an accomplished Country/Soul/Blues-rock singer and guitarist and is on an academic and Commercial Music Voice scholarship at Belmont university in Nashville, TN. Priority will be given to applications that establish/expand emergency medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, and psychiatry residency programs. She did not plan on calling Columbus home after residency but fell in love with the small city concept of Columbus, despite having palpitations every time winter nears. CASPER, Wyo. She is very passionate about breastfeeding and resident teaching. Please take the time to meet these outstanding residents. She enjoys playing volleyball, photography, and watching her daughter play basketball. She was drawn to Grant due to the full spectrum training and the conducive learning environment it provides. She grew up in Cleveland but has lived in Columbus since she came to Capital University for college. Other members of his family are his two Whippet pups, Keera & Chloe. in Biology. He hopes to continue his love for sports by pursuing a career in sports medicine. Matthew joined as clinical faculty in 2017 after completing residency here at Grant. There are two conference rooms and all faculty, residents and staff have offices in the adjoining space. At the core of our program is a family practice that serves as your home base, with a family physician as the primary preceptor for the full two years. Jennifer fell in love with Grant quickly. We are the oldest and largest family medicine residency in the state. He also worked on the G-VIII evaluation of Medicaid expansion in the state of Ohio and currently serves as an associate editor for the Annals of Family Medicine. As a parent of 3 kids by graduation, he joined the United States Army to pay the bills and shipped off to Ft. Belvoir and Dewitt Army Community Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia to complete his Family Medicine Residency. 0:06. He completed his medical degree at The Ohio State University and remained at OSU to complete his family medicine residency. 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