The Award-Winning Faculty Participating in the National Family Medicine Board Review Course Have Been Specifically Chosen for Their In-Depth Knowledge of Family Medicine and Their Ability to Present Information With Passion and Energy.
Andrea Wendling, MD
Dr. Wendling is an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Director of Rural Health Education at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and formerly the Assistant Director of the Family Medicine Residency Program in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Edward Jackson, MD
Dr. Jackson is Staff Physician in Urgent Care and Medical Director of Visiting Nurses Hospice at Covenant Medical Group in Saginaw, MI. He is also Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. Dr. Jackson is Past President of the Michigan Academy of Family Physicians.
N. Craig Boss, MD
Dr. Boss is an Assistant Clinical Instructor with Michigan State University. He is also in charge of provider recruitment at Munson Healthcare Charlevoix Hospital. He is a graduate of the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University and was the former Assistant Residency Director in the Family Medicine training program at Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Ft. Gordon, GA.
Gary Ferenchick, MD
Dr. Ferenchick is a Professor of Internal Medicine at Michigan State University. He is an associate editor for Board Basics: Essential Facts and Strategies for Passing the Internal Medicine Certification Exam, published by the ACP. He also serves as an editor for Essential Evidence Plus.
Ann M. Karty, MD
Dr. Karty is the Medical Director for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City. She is a former Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center, and a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. Dr. Karty has served as the Medical Director in the Continuing Medical Education Division of the American Academy of Family Physicians, and is a Co-Chair of the National Hadassah Physicians' Council.
Bob Lorinser, MD
Dr. Lorinser is a Regional Medical Officer, Foreign Service, Department of State covering North Africa and residing in Morocco providing medical and health care to our diplomatic personnel. He previously worked as a full-time Hospitalist at Marquette General Health System in Marquette, MI, and had also been the Assistant Director of the Family Practice Residency Program at Marquette General Hospital in Marquette, Michigan for 18 years.
Herbert Muncie, Jr., MD
Dr. Muncie is Professor of Family Medicine and Director of Student Education in the Department of Family Medicine at the LSU School of Medicine, New Orleans. He was previously the Chairman of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Randy Pearson, MD
Dr. Pearson is currently a Professor, Department of Family Medicine, MSU-CHM, the Senior Associate Director of the Sparrow / MSU Family Medicine Residency and the Assistant Dean for Graduate Medical Education for MSU-CHM. With a particular interest in sports medicine, Dr. Pearson has served as team physician for MSU’s football team for the past 23 seasons and served as a member of the medical staff for the 1999 World University Games.
Susan Radecky, MD
Dr. Radecky is the former Director of the Affiliated Family Practice Residency in Grand Rapids, Michigan, serving in that role for nineteen years. She has spoken nationally with the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine and American College of Physician Executives, and has been an NFMBR faculty member since its inception.
Gregg VandeKieft, MD
Dr. VandeKieft is Medical Director for Palliative Care for Providence Health and Services, based in Washington State. He is a Clinical Associate Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle, and serves as clinical faculty for the Providence St. Peter Family Medicine Residency Program in Olympia, WA. Dr. VandeKieft is a fellow of both the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
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