New certification process for emergency personnel coming into place

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Dr. Gallagher

Dr. Gallagher

Dr. McMaster

Dr. McMaster

A new evaluation process is intended to ensure emergency personnel have the knowledge and skills to provide the latest standard of care and give Sedgwick County residents reassurance they will get standardized, high-quality care no matter where their emergency or trauma occurs.

Late last year, acting on the recommendation of the MSSC EMS Physicians Advisory Committee, the MSSC Board of Directors approved a policy requiring a physician attestation process for EMTs and paramedics. The EMS Physicians Advisory Committee, led by Dr. John McMaster, consists of local doctors who are also MSSC members. Under the policy, any EMS medical director operating in the county is charged with setting up a system to confirm the competency of EMS providers. To comply, the Office of the Medical Director revised its credentialing process and will be conducting competency reviews of most county pre-hospital providers. By going through credentialing, participants will meet all requirements of MSSC attestation policies.

“Everybody participating in 911-based patient care is going to be evaluated for their medical knowledge, their understanding of the Medical Society protocols, and the physical skills of the equipment and procedures we use in our business,” said Dr. John Gallagher, Wichita/Sedgwick County EMS System medical director. “This is the first time we have it structured into these categories and applied uniformly across all service agencies to make sure everyone meets the minimum standard.”

The medical knowledge and protocol tests are written exams, while physical skills will be tested and signed off by designated skills verifiers trained by the medical director’s office. The office runs a simulation center to train and evaluate advanced EMS personnel in their abilities to manage real-world patient care situations. The center, now in Bel Aire, will get a new home when the office relocates next spring or early summer to Murdock Street downtown.

Agencies participating in this ongoing evaluation process include the Wichita Fire and Police Departments, Sedgwick County Fire District #1, Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department, Sedgwick County EMS, Derby Fire Department and Airport Police/Fire. In addition, Mount Hope and Clearwater are looking into joining the system.

“It is a huge step forward that we now have all of the major agencies signed on to participate in the credentialing process,” said Dr. Gallagher. “Our primary goal is to guarantee a minimum standard that can be expected and predicted throughout the county. Under this process, anyone who has a medical or trauma emergency can count on receiving excellent standardized care no matter who responds. Patients aren’t interested in who responds; they want the same great care regardless of whose jurisdiction they are in.”

Under state law, a local medical society is responsible for setting protocols for emergency, pre-hospital care in a county. Here, that occurs through the MSSC EMS Physicians Advisory Committee.

Training at the EMS simulation center in Bel Aire.

Training at the EMS simulation center in Bel Aire.

“I’m grateful for the hard work of the EMS PAC and MSSC members in developing protocols and a new evaluation system,” said Phillip Brownlee, MSSC executive director. “I appreciate the cooperation and input of partner agencies. Everyone is working together to ensure residents receive high-quality medical care.”

“Everybody has agreed to participate,” Dr. Gallagher said. “Now we have the logistics challenge of making it happen. There are hundreds of providers for these services, and that just takes time.”

Departments will work the credentialing process into their training schedules, and all personnel taking care of patients will be evaluated every two years. Anyone with questions about the process should contact the Office of the Medical Director at OMD@Sedgwick.gov.

AMA president Barbe coming to Wichita for December MSSC meeting

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barbe-davidwebThe MSSC will have a special guest for its Dec. 5 membership meeting: Dr. David Barbe, president of the American Medical Association.

Dr. Barbe became the AMA’s 172nd president in June and will be making his second visit in two years to Wichita, where he did his family medicine residency in the KU-sponsored program at St. Joseph Medical Center from 1980 to 1983. Dr. Barbe earned his undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of Missouri. During his 2015 MSSC visit, he mentioned that he and his wife enjoyed their time in Wichita but that the experience left them somewhat conflicted on the Jayhawk-Tiger issue.

In December, Dr. Barbe will share recollections of their time here and provide an update on the AMA. The meeting will also feature the annual Wine with a Purpose auction benefiting Project Access.

After residency, Dr. Barbe returned to his hometown of Mountain Grove, Mo., where he practices to this day.


SAVE THE DATE: December 5, 2017
MSSC meeting at the Wichita Hyatt featuring AMA President Dr. David Barbe and the annual Wine with a Purpose fundraiser for Project Access

September President’s Message: Maintenance of Certification

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by Denis Knight, DO dennisknighttonededitedjan17web

As part of a delegation of physician leaders from the Medical Society of Sedgwick County, I recently attended the Kansas Medical Society annual meeting in Topeka and participated in a members forum covering key topics facing physicians in Kansas. One of those topics was Maintenance of Certification, and it should, by my estimation, constitute a concern among most U.S. physicians.

The subject was also addressed in June at the annual conference of the American Medical Association, where in reference committees our leaders continued the struggle to come up with proposals to reform MOC into an effective and relevant means of assuring the public of physician competency.

The prevailing opinions expressed at both the AMA and KMS meetings indicate that the American Board of Medical Specialties in particular has been unresponsive to concerns that MOC fails to improve patient care and, worse, unnecessarily burdens physicians who choose to maintain their board certification. Several states have, in fact, introduced legislation to prohibit MOC from being the sole condition for licensure, employment, privileges, reimbursement or payer panel inclusion.

Personally, I have been practicing long enough that I benefit from the benevolent concept known as “grandfathering.” I have been able to maintain board certification without the periodic high-stakes examination and requisite review course or online preparation necessary to study for this exam. I have also not had to suffer the consternation of being required to know facts irrelevant to my practice of family medicine.

However, in my recent effort to gain state licensure outside of Kansas, I had to not only produce evidence of board certification but also take a Special Purpose Examination (SPEX), which is equivalent to Part III of the board examinations taken when I graduated from medical school 30 years ago. So I can appreciate and have experienced the expense of an online preparation course, the cost of the examination itself and the angst of having to pass a test containing questions not germane to my family medicine practice. In addition to the burdens of such a high-stakes exam, I am well aware of the rising cost of annual board membership fees. Although MOC is not considered in most cases to be the sole criteria for licensure, employment, privileges, reimbursement or payer panel inclusion, it remains an essential element of every credentialing application sent to me this year.

As physicians, we have a long-standing tradition of upholding standards of excellence through continuing education, demonstrated competence and self-regulation. The public we serve and the institutions in which we practice will continue to require assurance of our competence, so I do not expect MOC to be abolished. However, it is my conviction that practicing physicians can and must continue to press for MOC that is fair and affordable.

MSSC-Jager Club Joint Meeting: Octomber 24

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Author Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz will tell about Dr. Thomas Dent Mutter, who “revolutionized American medicine with his daring surgical work, his pioneering use of anesthesia, and his lifelong advocacy of a compassion-based vision of medicine.”

Time: 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24
Place: Marriott, 9100 Corporate Hills
Cost: $35 per person
RSVP: by Friday Oct . 20
Email denisephillips@med-soc.org or call 683-7558.

At the KMS

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Dr. Jay Gilbaugh reflects on his time as president of the Kansas Medical Society at the KMS annual meeting this month. Dr. Rob Gibbs, a Parsons radiologist, will serve as the 2017-19 president of the KMS. Dr. Gilbaugh also served as MSSC president in 2006.

Dr. Jay Gilbaugh reflects on his time as president of the Kansas Medical Society at the KMS annual meeting this month. Dr. Rob Gibbs, a Parsons radiologist, will serve as the 2017-19 president of the KMS. Dr. Gilbaugh also served as MSSC president in 2006.

Meek Award nominations due soon

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The deadline is approaching to make nominates for the 2018 Dr. Joe Meek Physician Leadership Award, which is designed to foster leadership among practicing physicians aged 40 years or younger and to develop future MSSC leaders.

Nominees should have the desire to develop their knowledge base and leadership skills by participating in local, state and national leadership-building events throughout the year. The deadline to submit nominations is Nov. 1. Contact Denise Phillips at 683-7558 or denisephillips@med-soc.org for an application form. They’re also available at mssconline.org, under the Publications tab at the right.

Dr. John Gallagher, medical director of Wichita/Sedgwick County EMS, is this year’s recipient. The award honors former KU School of Medicine-Wichita dean Dr. Joe Meek and his career promoting organized medicine and medical education.

In Remembrance

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MSSC extends its condolences to the family of Dr. Reddy.

reddyawebPsychiatrist Achutha Reddy, MD, was killed Sept. 13, 2017. Dr. Reddy graduated from Osmania Medical College in his native India in 1986. After completing an internship at St. Louis University in 1994, he did his psychiatry residency at KU School of Medicine-Wichita, finishing in 1998. He practiced with Comcare before opening his own practice, Holistic Psychiatric Services, in 2002. “The Medical Society is heartbroken over the loss of Dr. Reddy,” said Dr. Denis Knight, MSSC president. “He had been a member of MSSC since 2000, and his wife, Dr. Beena Reddy, is also a member. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her. Dr. Reddy’s death is a tragic loss to our community.”

Membership

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Members of the Society who know a good and sufficient reason why any of the following applicants are not eligible for membership are requested to communicate with the Medical Society of Sedgwick County office.

[BC] Board Certified  [R] Residency  [F] Accredited Fellowship  [F*] Unaccredited Fellowship [AT] Additional Training
New Applicants

Alisa Bridge, MD
[BC] Pediatrics
KU- Wichita Pediatrics Hospitalists
OFF: 962-7422 / FAX: 962-7805
550 N Hillside 67214

Lucas T. Lenci, MD
[R] Ophthalmology
Vision Surgery Consultants
OFF: 263-6273 / FAX: 263-5568
Toll Free: 800-262-0118
1100 N Topeka 67214

Joseph N. Meouchy, MD
[BC] Nephrology
[BC] Internal Medicine
Wichita Nephrology Group
OFF: 263-5891 / FAX: 263-3083
818 N Emporia S-130 67214

James B. Weihe, MD
[BC] Pediatrics
[F*] Pediatric Orthopaedics
Kansas Orthopaedics Center
OFF: 838-2020 / FAX: 838-7574
7550 W Village Cir S-1 67205

Elected to Probationary

al-muhaisen-fadiwebFadi Al Muhaisen, MD
[BC] Pediatrics
[F] Pediatric Endocrine
Children’s Mercy Hospital
OFF: 500-8900 / FAX: 500-8950
3243 E Murdock S-201 67208
Medical education obtained at Jordan Univ. of Science and Technology 6/2008; Residency in Pediatrics at Univ. Arizona College of Medicine 6/2014. Fellowship in Pediatric Endocrine at Children’s Mercy Hospital 6/2017.

baalmann-christopherwebChristopher Baalmann, MD
[F] Vascular / Interventional Radiology
[R] Diagnostic Radiology
Wichita Radiological Group
OFF: 685-1367 / FAX: 685-9388
551 N Hillside S-320 67214
Medical education at Univ. of Kansas 5/2011; Residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Univ. of Alabama; Fellowship in Vascular/Interventional Radiology at Univ. of Alabama 6/2017.

baalmann-josephwebJoseph D. Baalmann, MD
[BC] Family Medicine
Northwest Family Physicians
OFF: 462-6200 / FAX: 462-6201
3730 N Ridge Rd S-100 67205
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Kansas 5/2014; Residency in Family Practice at Via Christi Medical Center 6/2017.

biskup-nataliyawebNataliya Biskup, MD
[R] Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
[F*] Craniofacial Surgery
Plastic Surgery Center
OFF: 688-7500 / FAX: 688-7534
1861 N Webb Rd 67206
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Arizona College of Medicine 6/2010; Residency in Plastic Surgery at Loma Linda Univ. 6/2016; Fellowship in Craniofacial Surgery at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Med Center 6/2017.

bollinger-alexanderwebAlexander J. Bollinger, MD
[R] Orthopaedic Surgery
[F] Hand Surgery
Advanced Orthopaedic Associates
OFF: 631-1600 / FAX: 631-1698
2778 N Webb Rd 67226
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Nebraska College of Medicine 5/2011; Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at Michigan State Univ. 6/2016; Fellowship in Hand Surgery at Cleveland Clinic 7/2017.

boppan-venkatawebVenkata Boppana, MD
[BC] Cardiovascular Disease
[BC] Internal Medicine
[F] Cardiology
Heartland Cardiology
OFF: 686-5300 / FAX: 651-2660
551 N Hillside S-410 67214
Medical education obtained at Kamineni Institute of Medical Science 1/2007; Residency in Internal Medicine at SUNY Syracuse 6/2013; Fellowship in Cardiology at Rutgers 6/2015; Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at Rutgers 6/2017.

dejong-danielwebDaniel DeJong, MD
[R] Internal Medicine
Sound Physicians
OFF: 268-5000
929 N St. Francis 67214
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Kansas 5/2014; Residency in Internal Medicine 6/2017.

fanari-zaherwebZaher Fanari, MD
[BC] Cardiovascular Disease
[BC] Interventional Cardiology
[BC] Internal Medicine
Heartland Cardiology
OFF: 686-5300 / FAX: 651-2660
551 N Hillside S-410 67214
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Aleppo 3/2007; Residency in Internal Medicine at St. Louis Univ. 7/2012; Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease at Thomas Jefferson Univ. 7/2015; Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at KUSM 6/2016.

godwin-christinawebChristina A. Godwin, MD
[R] Urology
[F*] Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery
Via Christi Clinic-Murdock
OFF: 689-9185 / FAX: 689-9909
3311 E Murdock 67208
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Pittsburgh 5/2011; Residency in General Surgery at Mayo Clinic 6/2016; Fellowship in Urology at Metro State Univ. 6/2017.

halphen-christopherwebChristopher Halphen, DO
[R] Orthopaedic Surgery [F*] Musculoskeletal Oncology
Via Christi Clinic-Founders Circle
OFF: 613-4640 / FAX: 613-4643
1947 Founders Circle 67206
Medical education obtained at Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine 5/2011; Residency in Orthopaedics at St. Mary’s Medical Center 6/2016; Fellowship in Orthopaedic Oncology & Reconstruction at Emory Univ. 7/2017.

hawley-benjaminwebBenjamin Hawley, MD
[R] Otolaryngology
Mid-Kansas Ear, Nose & Throat
OFF: 684-2838 / FAX: 684-3326
310 S Hillside 67211
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Oklahoma 5/2012; Residency in Otolaryngology at Univ. of Oklahoma 6/2017.

jahansooz-aliwebAli Jahansooz, MD
[R] Internal Medicine
KUSM-Internal Medicine
OFF: 293-2650 / FAX: 293-1878
1010 N Kansas 67214
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Kansas 5/2014; Residency in Internal Medicine at KUSM 6/2017.

jones-anwarwebAnwar K. Jones, MD
[BC] Pediatrics
[R] Neonatology
Via Christi Hospitals
OFF: 689-5475 / FAX: 691-6772
3600 E Harry 67218
Medical education obtained at Univ. of West Indies 12/2005; Residency in Pediatrics at Rutgers 6/2014; Fellowship in Neonatology at Children’s Hospital of Georgia 6/2017.

kalu-walterwebWalter Kalu, MD
[R] Psychiatry
Via Christi Clinic-Psychiatry
OFF: 858-0550 / FAX: 858-0596
8901 E Orme 67207
Medical education obtained at Ebonyi State Univ. 7/2004; Residency in Psychiatry at KUSM 6/2017.

levin-kyleebdwKylee Levin, MD
[BC] Anesthesiology
[F] Pediatric Anesthesiology
Via Christi-Founders Circle
OFF: 613-4931 / FAX: 613-4937
1947 Founders Circle 67206
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Kansas 6/2010; Residency in Anesthesiology at KUSM 6/2014; Fellowship in Pediatric Anesthesiology at Univ. of Arkansas for Medical Science 6/2016.

matchette-michaelwebMichael Matchette, MD
[BC] Diagnostic Radiology
Wichita Radiological Group
OFF: 685-1367 / FAX: 685-9388
551 N Hillside S-320 67214
Medical education obtained at Univ. of TX 5/2002; Residency in Radiology at Univ. of Kansas 6/2007; Fellowship in Diagnostic Radiology at Cleveland Clinic Foundation 6/2012.

mcclure-adamwebAdam McClure, MD
[R] Pediatrics
KU-Pediatric Hospitalists
OFF: 962-7422 / FAX: 962-7805
550 N Hillside Bldg-1 6th Floor 67214
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Kansas 5/2014; Residency in Pediatrics at Univ. of Texas Southwestern 6/2017.

mitnaul-larrywebLarry D. Mitnaul, Jr., MD
[BC] Psychiatry
[F] Child & Adult Psychiatry
Via Christi Clinic
OFF: 689-9205 / FAX: 689-6467
1515 S Clifton S-300 67218
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Texas 6/2012; Residency in Psychiatry at Dartmouth-Hitchcock 6/2015; Fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at Dartmouth-Hitchcock 6/2017.

murphy-robertwebRobert J. Murphy, MD
[BC] Neurology
Neurology Consultants of Kansas
OFF: 261-3220 / FAX: 261-3298
2135 N Collective Lane 67206
Medical education obtained at KUSM 5/2012; Residency in Neurology at KUSM 6/2016; Fellowship in Neurophysiology at KUSM 6/2017.

nabbout-philippewebPhilippe Nabbout, MD
[R] Urology
[F] Urology
Wichita Urology Group
OFF: 636-6100 / FAX: 636-5813
2626 N Webb Rd 67226
Medical education obtained at St. Joseph Univ. in Beirut 7/2006; Residency in Urology at Oklahoma Univ. Health Science Center 6/2017; Fellowship in Endourology, Robotic Surgery 7/2012.

nesmith-brookewebBrooke L.W. Nesmith, MD
[BC] Ophthalmology
Vitreo-Retinal Consultants & Surgeons
OFF: 683-5611 / FAX: 683-0294
530 N Lorraine S-200 67214
Medical education obtained at KUSM 5/2011; Residency in Ophthalmology at Univ. of Louisville School of Medicine 6/2015; Fellowship in Vitreoretinal at The New York Eye & Ear Institute of Mouth Sinal 6/2017.

nilhas-aaronwebAaron M. Nilhas, MD
[R] General Surgery
Wichita Surgical Specialists
OFF: 263-0296 / FAX: 263-9523
818 N Emporia S-200 67214
Medical education obtained at KUSM 5/2012; Residency in General Surgery at KUMC 6/2017.

pandiyan-poornimawebPoornima Pandiyan, MD
[BC] Pediatric
Wesley Medical Center Pediatric Critical Care
OFF: 962-3304 / FAX: 962-2152
550 N Hillside 67214
Medical education obtained at Stanley Medical College 2/2009; Residency in Pediatrics at West Virginia 6/2014; Fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care at Univ. Texas Southwestern 6/2017.

pankow-jonathanwebJonathan Pankow, MD
[R] Internal Medicine
Sounds Physicians
OFF: 268-5000
929 N St Francis 67214
Medical education obtained at KUSM 5/2014; Residency in Internal Medicine at KUSM 6/2017.

penny-devinwebDevin Penny, DO
[BC] Family Medicine
Via Christi Family Medicine Residency
OFF: 858-3460 / FAX: 858-3458
707 N Emporia 67214
Medical education obtained at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences 5/2007; Residency in Family Medicine at Via Christi 6/2010.

rosell-katiewebKatie Rosell, MD
[R] Neurology
[R] Internal Medicine
Neurology Consultants of Kansas
OFF: 261-3220 / FAX: 261-3298
2135 N Collective Lane 67206
Medical education obtained at KUSM 5/2013; Residency in Internal Medicine at WCGME 6/2014; Residency in Neurology at Univ. of Colorado 6/2017.

sathyapras-apekshawebApeksha Sathyaprasad, MD
[BC] Pediatrics
KUSM-Pediatrics
OFF: 962-2080 / FAX: 962-2079
3243 E Murdock S-500 67208
Medical education obtained at Sri Siddhartha 10/2009; Residency in Pediatrics at Lincoln Medical & Mental Health Center 6/2014; Fellowship in Pediatrics at Washington Univ. 6/2017.

saxton-markwebMark Saxton, MD
[BC] Pediatric Surgery
[BC] General Surgery
Wesley Children’s Hospital
OFF: 962-2085 / FAX: 962-2079
550 N Hillside 67214
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Minnesota 6/1988; Residency in General Surgery at Univ. of Minnesota 6/1996; Fellowship in Pediatric Surgery at Hospital for Sick Children 7/1998.

schwasinger-schmidt-tiffanywebTiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt, MD
[R] Internal Medicine
KUSM-Wichita
OFF: 293-2622 / FAX: 855-517-9494
8533 E 32nd St N 67226
Medical education obtained at KUSM 5/2014; Residency in Internal Medicine at KUSM 6/2017.

scrafford-jonathan-scraffordwebJonathan D. Scrafford, MD
[R] Ob/Gyn
Via Christi Clinic-Ob/Gyn
OFF: 636-1550 / FAX: 796-7999
1515 S Clifton S-400 67218
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Minnesota Medical School 5/2013; Residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology at Univ. of Minnesota Hospital 6/2017

toumeh-aniswebAnis Toumeh, MD
[BC] Internal Medical
[BC] Medical Oncology
Central Care Cancer Center
OFF: 620-624-4700
FAX: 888-235-3625
305 W 15th St S-203, Liberal, 67901
Medical education obtained at Univ. of Tishreen, Syria 8/2009; Residency in Internal Medicine at Univ. of Toledo Medical Center 7/2013; Fellowship in Medical Oncology at Univ. of Toledo Medical Center 7/2015.

truong-davidbdwDavid Truong, MD
[R] Ophthalmology
[F*] Cornea & External Disease
Grene Vision Group
OFF: 684-5158 / FAX: 681-1005
655 N Woodlawn 67208
Medical education obtained at Tufts Univ. School of Medicine 5/2012; Internship in Internal Medicine at Carney Hospital 6/2013; Residency in Ophthalmology at Univ. of Texas Southwestern 6/2016; Fellowship in Cornea & Refractive Surgery at UCLA 7/2017.

tyagi-gavravwebGaurav Tyagi, MD
[BC] Cardiovascular Disease
[BC] Internal Medicine
[F] Interventional Cardiology
Cardiovascular Care, PA
OFF: 616-3333 / FAX: 616-0974
1515 S Clifton S-100 67218
Medical education obtained at BJ Medical College 5/2007; Residency in Internal Medicine at Loma Linda Univ. 6/2013; Fellowship in Cardiology at Loma Linda 6/2016; Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at Univ. of Wisconsin 6/2017.

vindhyal-mohinderwebMohinder Vindhyal, MD
[BC] Internal Medicine
KUSM-Internal Medicine
OFF: 293-2650 / FAX: 293-1878
1010 N Kansas 67214
Medical education obtained at SVS Andhra Pradesh, India 6/2006; Residency in Pediatrics at KUSM 7/2017.

warren-danielwebDaniel E. Warren, MD
[BC] Family Medicine
KUSM-Wichita
OFF: 293-2607 / FAX: 293-2696
1010 N Kansas 67214
Medical education obtained at KUSM 5/2009; Residency in Family Medicine at Naval Hospital Oak Harbor 6/2012; Fellowship in Addiction Medicine at Oregon Health & Science Univ. 7/2017.

priyank-yagnikwebPriyank J. Yagnik, MD
[BC] Pediatrics
[BC] Pediatric Critical Care
Wesley Children’s Hospital
OFF: 962-3304 / FAX: 962-2152
550 N Hillside 67214
Medical education obtained at SMT-NHL Municipal Medical College 5/2007; Residency in General Pediatric at Univ. of Texas 6/2012; Fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care at Univ. of Texas 6/2015.

young-derekwebDerek Young, MD
[R] Internal Medicine
Sound Physicians
OFF: 268-5000
929 N St Francis 67214
Medical education obtained at KUSM 5/2014; Residency in Internal Medicine at KUSM 6/2017.

zenisek-josephwebJoseph Zenisek, MD
[BC] Cardiovascular Disease
[BC] Internal Medicine
Cardiovascular Consultants of Kansas
OFF: 265-1308 / FAX: 265-4480
9350 E 35th St N S-101 67226
Medical education obtained at KUSM 5/2009; Residency in Internal Medicine at Vanderbilt Univ. Hospital 6/2012; Fellowship in Cardiology at Indiana Univ. Health 6/2016; Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at Indiana Univ. Health 6/2017.

Roster Updates

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Keep your 2017 Roster current by adding the information listed below and in the Membership section of this issue of the MSSC News:

Changes

Holly Allen-Terrell, MD
GraceMed Health Clinic
OFF: 866-2000 ex: 3523
FAX: 866-2084
3417 S Meridian, 67217

Reinstated to Active

Ralph Bharati, MD

Retired

David McDonough, MD
Douglas R. Livingston, DO

Dropped

Christopher Downes, MD – moving out of state
Courtney Downes, MD – moving out of state
Daniel Rivera, MD
Dimitrios Topalidis, MD – moved out of state