The Idaho Osteopathic Physicians Association hosts “Rediscovering Meaning in Our Work”
Posted: July 10, 2018
For Students & Residents: Alaska SHARP Program Call for Applicants
Posted: June 19, 2018
Job Opportunity in Soldotna, Alaska
Posted: May 31, 2018
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine to join a family practice in Soldotna, Alaska. We are a well-established, multi-disciplinary clinic with a focus on providing integrated health and well-being services. The clinic offers a broad range of services including men’s and women’s health, and general medical treatment.
We are seeking someone highly motivated to work in collaboration with other healthcare professionals to deliver patient/family-focused care. This partnership track position offers a competitive compensation package.
• Full and unrestricted DO Alaska medical license
• Clean Federal DEA background
• Provide Osteopathic Manipulation
To respond to this job opportunity, please send resume and salary requirements to:
888-701-6988 Ext. 1
Alaska Ranks #3 on List of Best States in which to Practice Medicine in 2017!
Osteopathic Medical Students Receive AKOMA/Alaska Scholarship from Northwest Osteopathic Medical Foundation
Gregory Herting and Sienna Laughton are the recipients of the 2017-2018 AKOMA/Alaska scholarship. Gregory is a student at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in California and is a native Alaskan; Sienna is a student at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine and lives in Yakima, Washington.
The WHO’s Zika Virus Recommendations
Since the World Health Organization‘s Emergency Committee on Zika virus first met on 1 February, substantial new research has strengthened the association between Zika infection and the occurrence of fetal malformations and neurological disorders. Evidence also suggests that sexual transmission of the virus is more common than previously assumed.
Based on these findings the Emergency Committee made Zika virus – new recommendations that include:
- Scaling-up research and development, surveillance, vector control, clinical care, and community engagement;
- Advice for pregnant women not to travel to areas of ongoing Zika virus outbreaks; and
- Advice for pregnant women, whose sexual partners live in or travel to areas with Zika virus outbreaks, to use safe sexual practices or abstain from sex for the duration of their pregnancy (full information for travellers).