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The Ann Dew Occupational Medicine Residency Fund

2010 marks the ten year anniversary of the beginning of the Occupational Medicine Residency at Loma Linda University.  After many years of hard preparatory work, Ann Dew, DO, MPH began the residency in 2000 and served as residency director until 2007 when she retired from her position with the Jerry Pettis Veterans Administration Hospital.  Dr. Dew remained affiliated with Loma Linda University and the Occupational Medicine Residency until 2009 when she fully retired from academic service.

Over the past ten years we have graduated 14 Occupational Medicine residents.  We are certain that our graduates recognize the value of both their training, as well as Dr. Dew’s contributions to their career.  As she retired, Dr. Dew said the one thing she wished that could remain as part of her legacy was a fund that would provide ongoing contributions towards Loma Linda University Occupational Medicine Residency education.

Therefore, In honor of Dr. Dew and her leadership we are establishing the ‘Ann Dew Occupational Medicine Residency Fund.   An ongoing fund, it’s purpose is to provide educational support to any and all Occupational Medicine Residents here at Loma Linda University.  As such it will be utilized to support resident research reports, conference attendance, in-service training exams, and other activities deemed valuable to improving the skills and knowledge of residents in Occupational Medicine.

Our goal is to raise $10,000 of endowment.  If you would like to make a tax deductible donation, please click here.  Under ‘other’ please type:   “Ann Dew Occupational Medicine Residency Fund”.  Checks can also be mailed to:

Ida Foster
Occupational Medicine Residency Office
Nichol Hall, Room 1516
Loma Linda, CA  92350

We thank you for your support of our residency and it’s educational goals.