New Family Medicine Residents in Indianapolis Ready for Rounding at Franciscan Health
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – A new class of eight physicians has been selected for the Family Medicine Residency Program at Franciscan Health and will begin their training July 1.
The program lasts 36 months and launches the residents' careers in family medicine. They will practice out of the Franciscan Health Family Medicine Center in Indianapolis, and they will see a variety of patients across all age groups and income levels.
One of their more specific responsibilities will be providing care for expectant mothers and eventually delivering babies for the same patients at the Indianapolis hospital.
Throughout the program, the residents will have the opportunity to work closely with fellow physicians, patients and Richard Feldman, MD, Family Medicine Residency Director.
Five of the residents hail from the first graduating class of Marian University's College of Osteopathic Medicine: Shawn T. Moore, DO; Lindsey A. Nondorf, DO; Tyler S. Feldman, DO; Kevin M. McNulty; DO; and Gregory C. Specht, DO.
Two are graduates of the Indiana University School of Medicine: Valorie A. Parker, MD, and Ashley S. Koselke, MD. Blake E. Averill, MD, is a graduate of the University of Louisville School of Medicine.
More than 240 physicians have completed their residencies at Franciscan Health since the program began 43 years ago. Many of the residents choose to stay in Indiana after the program to establish their practices.
By Joe Stuteville
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