Are your pre-med students interested in learning more about the broad scope of practice in Family Medicine and unique practice opportunities out there? Check out our Q/A with today’s Family Physicians.
Dr. Jen Brull — Q&A with Jen Brull, MD, of Prairie Star Family Practice, Plainville, Kan. Dr. Brull is a family physician in a rural community, and also has a special interest in health information technology and quality improvement.
Dr. Jay W. Lee — Q&A with Jay W. Lee, MD, MPH, assistant program director and director of health policy at the Long Beach Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Lee is also a prominent social media presence on behalf of family medicine and is involved in the Family Medicine Revolution movement.
Dr. Beverly Flowers Jordan — Q&A with Beverly Flowers Jordan, MD, FAAFP, a new physician in the fifth year of her career and already very active in her practice, her community and family medicine leadership. Dr. Jordan is part of a four-physician practice, Professional Medical Associates, in Enterprise, Alabama, and treats patients from the community and its surrounding rural areas, as well as from a local military base. Dr. Jordan also holds a certificate of added qualification in sports medicine.
Dr. Fred Rottnek — Q&A with Fred Rottnek, MD, MAHCM, a full-time faculty member at Saint Louis University and the Saint Louis County Department of Health’s Medical Director for Corrections Medicine. Dr. Rottnek is also involved in homeless health care and serves as medical director for the Area Health Education Center (AHEC). In addition to his medical degree, Dr. Rottnek holds a Master of Arts in Health Care Mission.