Dr. William Grow (’70), Valdosta, Georgia, is district health director of the Georgia Department of Public Health’s South Health District. The site is used as an elective rotation for MCG students. Grow submitted the syllabus for the rotation.
Dr. Irving M. Pike (’78) is senior vice president and chief medical officer of the John Muir Health System in Walnut Creek, California. He is also treasurer of the American College of Gastroenterology and president of the GI Quality Improvement Consortium, LTD.
Dr. William Kapp (’84), Cape Girardeau, Missouri, is the founder and chairman of Landmark Hospitals, seven regional referral centers for medically complex patients requiring hospital-based post-acute care. He has implemented information technologies enabling seamless documentation and follow-up care. Kapp is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.
Dr. Stacy Nicholson (’85) is physician in chief at Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Arizona, overseeing the medical specialist divisions and the hospital’s medical educational initiatives and programs.
Dr. David Woodrum (MD/PhD, ’01), Rochester, Minnesota, received Georgia Southern University’s 2015 College of Science and Mathematics Alumni Award. He earned an undergraduate degree from Georgia Southern in 1994. He is an assistant professor of radiology at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, where he also completed his internal medicine internship, radiology residency and interventional radiology fellowship. Woodrum has published more than 50 articles in peer-reviewed journals and has received more than 20 grants for his research projects.
Dr. Steven Bomel, who completed fellowship training at MCG, practices minimally invasive thyroid and parathyroid surgery at the Advanced Thyroid and Parathyroid Center, a division of Advanced Ear Nose & Throat Associates in North Atlanta.