Faculty - Jamie Osborn, MD
Dr. Osborn was recently named program director for the LLUFP family resident program. Since that time she has been incredibly impressive. Dr. Osborn has made one thing very clear--residents and teaching come first.
Proving she stands behind this commitment, she has already implemented changes in recruiting and lectures which have quickly gained her fellow attendings' respect, as well as her residents'. Dr. Osborn has shown true dedication to the well-being of residents. Her open-door policy gives residents the assurance that she is always willing to listen to their concerns, suggestions, frustrations, and triumphs.
She has been a welcomed mentor, leader, teacher, and friend.
Here are just a few of the numerous facts about Dr. Osborn:
Position / title
- Program director, LLU family practice residency program
- Loma Linda University School of Medicine
- Residency at Travis Family Practice, Travis AFB, California
- Whole-person and spiritual care
- Cross-cultural medicine
- Motivational interviewing
- Family-centered maternity care
- Innovative teaching (NO BORING LECTURES!)
Academics / scholarly pursuits / curricular areas
- "I live and breath whole-person care. It's who I am. I love to pray with/for my patients."
- Received faculty development training at Duke University
- Co-authored "Ethical Issues in Cross Cultural Medicine" with Robert Orr
- Reading, especially poetry
- Performing and enjoying music
- Playing all sorts of wonderful games with her children
- Gardening (a work in progress)
Things enjoyed about LLU family practice
- " My husband Marty and I have been married 14 years. He is an incredible dad and is part-time associate pastor at our small church. We have two amazing gifts from heaven, Jenae is five and is smarter than all of us, precise, and sings all the time. Brennan is three, passionate and perceptive, and makes continuous noises only boys can make."
- "Incredible people who are dedicated to something BIGGER...a calling.
- Freedom to do REAL whole-person care... and plenteous role models to help us grow in it.
- Loving one another, not just working together."
- I can play the piano and flute at the same time
- I lived in Niceville for four years (yes, there really is such a place)
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