Family Medicine in the News
Family Medicine Preceptor of the Year is Newsworthy
School of Medicine Website
Dr. Bonilla honored as Preceptor of the Year
Beauregard Daily News, July 7, 2005
It's official: family doctors are good for your health
Reprinted from the British Medical Journal 2005;330:985 (30 April)
Tulane Family Medicine at the Annual Congressional Conference in Washington, DC
School of Medicine Newsworthy
Tulane hopes to lure rural students into studying medicine
By Emilie Bahr, Thibodaux, Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, Sep 18, 2004
Admissions process aims to boost rural doctors
Medical students in a Tulane University program are picked based on their likelihood to practice in rural Louisiana. - By Myrle Croasdale, AMNews staff. Feb. 7, 2005.
Doctoring a supply
Programs target small-town students to ease rural shortage - By The Associated Press. December 27, 2004
Are the best and brightest going into medicine?
A loaded question, and everyone has an opinion. Among the intriguing thoughts: Maybe it's the wrong question. - Medical Economics, Nov 19, 2004
Tulane Rural Medicine Program (TRuMEd) article
Article from Louisiana Family Doctor Magazine
Bonilla assists Tulane with medical training
Beauregard Daily News
Blue Angels Students
Mike McCabe, Jessica Shank and Matt Wilson at the Pensacola Naval Hospital during their Family Medicine rotation.
It’s the No. 1 killer of women over the age of 45.
BizRadio 990AM - Bob Christopher Show
May 17, 2004 Monday 9am Guest: Dr. Rick Streiffer
Family Medicine is Newsworthy
Walter Birdsall, 2004 Preceptor of the Year, is recognized in the School of Medicine's front page.
"Making Marcus Welby"
A special article about the Clerkship
Mission to Teach
Will Cronenwett and Selina Poon during their Family Medicine rotation in January/February 2003 with Dr. Richard J. Field, III, Clerkship Preceptor, at the Field Clinic in Centreville, Mississippi taken from the Natchez Democrat
New Technology, Old School Values
A "paperless" office takes medicine into the next generation
David Taminger, MD, Class of 1999 started his own practice on August 5, 2002, Virginia Family Physicians which was featured in the Virginia Medical News
Small Town Survival
Esteban Marten during his Family Medicine rotation in May 2002 with Dr. Richard J. Field, III, Clerkship Preceptor, at the Field Clinic in Centreville, Mississippi taken from the Natchez Democrat