Christian Doctor’s Digest – August 2013
We discuss new Christian Medical Schools opening across the country at Liberty University, William Carey University and Campbell University. Then Joe McIlhaney, MD shares from his book Girls Uncovered & Casual Consequences.
Meet Our Guests on This Episode
Darrell E. Lovins, DO, MPH, FACOFP,
Darrell E. Lovins, DO, graduated from Bethel University in Minnesota with a degree in chemistry in 1978. He received his medical degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri in 1983. He performed his internship and residency training at the Naval Hospital in Pensacola, Florida. Dr. Lovins also earned a master of public health degree from University of Washington, Seattle while completing fellowship training in faculty development and research at Madigan Army Medical Center. Dr. Lovins served in the United States Navy for more than 26 years, retiring in 2005 as a captain. During his career, his duties included being a general medical officer, family physician, family medicine residency faculty and medical officer to the USS Lexington and USS Tortuga. Upon retirement, Dr. Lovins joined the faculty of the University of Pikeville Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Appalachian Osteopathic Postgraduate Training Institute Consortium. He joined William Carey University in 2008 and has served in various positions since arriving. He has been active in training medical students and residents throughout his career.
John M. Kauffman, Jr., DO
John M. Kauffman, Jr., DO, is the founding dean of Campbell University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine. A medical educator for the last 17 years, Dr. Kauffman obtained his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed a residency in internal medicine at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He completed his undergraduate education at Allegheny College. From 2001-2006, Dr. Kauffman worked for University Hospitals of Cleveland and established university-based osteopathic residencies in dermatology and pediatrics. In 2006, he joined the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Virginia as the Associate Dean for Postgraduate Affairs and was promoted to Vice Dean for Postgraduate Affairs over the Virginia and South Carolina campuses in 2010. Dr. Kauffman and his wife Sharon have four daughters.