Initial practice site was a National Health Service Corp site in rural Northwest Missouri (town of about a 1000) there for 7 yrs.Then helped start a new Family Medicine Program in Topeka, KS with a curriculum design for rural family medicine. Program closed after about 9 yrs when one of supporting hospitals pulled out.Kids in school, stayed on in private practice here till 2008 in 2 doc practice when became Hospitalist anticipating moving . . . till Monica took the Dean job at Washburn Univ. Not sure what is next. Enjoying having job flexibility and being a Hospitalist is a good interval challenge.
Keeping our family together
Fellowship completion, UNC
Soccer days mostly over. Still run and canoe and boating
The dinners we residents had at each other's house on a rotating basis. Good food and best of friends. Those Christian Wings trips to Mexico were pretty amazing too. And the retreat at Rocky Point, Mexico.
Married to Monica Scheibmeir who is Dean of the School of Nursing at Washburn Univ. here in Topeka. My oldest, Ben and his wife Mandy, are expecting in 2 months. He graduated from Kansas U. and works as an "energy trader" for Westar Energy.Claire graduated from Univ of Arizona this past spring with a degree in Journalism, moving to S. Korea next month for a year, teaching English.Eric is going to Graceland Univ and he is 20. School is another opportunity to play soccer. Great kids, all 3.