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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Family medicine residents ready for rounding at St. Francis Health

INDIANAPOLIS – Newly minted physicians will begin honing their skills in the Family Medicine Residency Program at Franciscan St. Francis Health on July 1.

The 36-month program launches their start of their family medicine careers. Residents practice out of the hospital’s Family Medicine Center in Indianapolis, where they see patients of all ages and incomes. They also provide care for expectant mothers and deliver babies for many of these patients at the hospital’s Indianapolis campus.

The residents and their medical colleges:

·         Jeremy Bramwell, DO, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine of Midwestern University

·         Margarita David, MD, American University of the Caribbean

·         Allison Klapetzky, MD, University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Medicine

·         Robyn McEwen, MD, St. George’s University School of Medicine,

·         Nathaniel Stewart, MD, Indiana University School of Medicine

·         Danielle VanGemert, DO, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine of Midwestern University

·         Tyler Wilson, MD, IU School of Medicine

“For 38 years, our program has trained physicians in the clinical and academic aspects of family medicine, while never losing sight of our mission to treat each patient with individualized care and compassion,” said Richard Feldman, MD, residency program director. More than 210 physicians have completed their residencies at St. Francis since the program began, most choosing to remain in Indiana to establish family medicine practices.
To learn more about the Family Medicine Residence Program at Franciscan St. Francis Health, go to