What is Rural Medicine?
What better way than to hear the answer to this question directly from the source? The following are short video clips where rural Indiana clinicians talk about their daily life as well as the advantages and challenges being a rural clinician.
Dr. Walters Dr. Burton
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"It was at this moment that I learned what the real definition of being a doctor is."
The citation is from a rural experience that Dr. Soon Bahrami shared and published in "Helping Hands: Reflections on Humanity in Medicine", Indiana University School of Medicine
Click here to read Dr. Soon Bahrami's story "The Gift"
Our Rural Physician Preceptors and Rural Fellowship Programs
If you are interested in becoming a preceptor, please contact us!
David Breitweiser, M.D.
Forrest Buell, M.D.
Everett Conrad, M.D.
Paul Daluga, M.D.
Keith Harvey, M.D.
Click on the Map at the Right to Find Rural Physicians in Your Area
Harold Barnard, M.D.
Randy Coulter, M.D.
Jon Kubley, M.D.
Rod Kubley, M. D.
Barbara Dianne Wells, M.D.
John Stearley, M.D.
Linda Emory, M.D.
Pearl Johnson, M. D.
Gerald Wehr, M.D.
Dr. James Turner
Dr. Steven Macke
Dr. Ciulla James
Dr. Denise Pine-Mattas
Indiana Hospital and Clinic Affiliations
Duke Memorial Hospital
(Mrs. Sally Piper, Coordinator)
Kosciusko Community Hospital
(Mrs. Becky White, Director of Education)
Logan Port Memorial Hospital
(Mr. Brain Schoneck, Physician Mentor)
St. Joseph Hospital
(Mrs. Anita McCormick,
Clinical Education Coordinator)