Upon graduation from the residency, I moved to Plainview, TX and worked in a community health center for 3 years. Living in the panhandle of Texas in tornado alley was not my idea of fun, so we quickly sought better living quarters once my National Health Service Corps commitment was completed. We returned to Tucson in 2002 and I returned to the Department of Family and Community Medicine as medical director of the family medicine residency Clinic. After a few years, I graduated into the position of residency program director. In 2004 I transferred my practice to Kino Hospital to help establish a family medicine practice that would eventually host a new family medicine. In 2006, I accepted the position of Special Assistant to the Dean for Graduate Medical Education (GME), and I am now the Assistant Dean for GME on the University Physicians Healthcare Hospital (UPHH) campus, formerly known as Kino Hospital. I continue to provide primary care in our outpatient clinic at UPHH and provide maternity and newborn care at University Medical Center.
My sons are my pride and joy
I have been successful in helping establish 6 new residency programs on the University Physicians Healthcare Hospital campus. Also helped establish the Rural Health OB program in the family medicine residency, where we provide prenatal care and delivery services to a group of un- or underinsured women.
Larry Moher delivering a baby with one hand in a cast; Tammie and Myra coming to rounds with animal bedroom slippers on their feet.
Married, now 24 years William Miles. We have 2 sons Toussaint, 21 and a junior at ASU and Caleb; 18 and a senior at Salpointe Catholic High School. We'll soon be empty nesters!