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Balbo, Jane

Jane Balbo, DO

Assistant Professor; Director, Family Medicine Associateship
Family Medicine
Campus Care
Grosvenor 333, Athens Campus
740.597.9068

 

Education:
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, DO, 2007
Ohio University, MHA, 1996
Ohio State University, BS, 1992

Certifications:
Board Certified in Osteopathic Family Practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment, and in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine and Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (OMM/NMM)

Focus:
Contraception, women’s health, sexually transmitted infections, transgender medicine, mental health, integrative medicine, wellness and health promotion

What do you like best about working with the student population?
I find that Ohio University students are very open to learning-whether it is about their bodies, their health, making changes or doing things differently from how they may have done them before. They have such wonderful energy! Our patients are from all over the state, country, and world, so I always enjoy learning more about them. I also find that they are so appreciative of someone taking the time to ask them questions, listen to their answers, and care about them. It is an honor to be a physician to this population and I look forward to my job every day! How many people can say that?

Bhatt-Koshal, Bela

Bela Bhatt-Koshal, DO

Assistant Clinical Professor
Family Medicine
Campus Care
Grosvenor 351, Athens Campus
740.593.0875

 

Education:
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, DO
The Ohio State University, BS 
The Ohio State University, BA

Certifications:
Board certified Family Practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment

Focus:
Prevention and lifestyle medicine, nutrition, osteopathic manipulation, learning how to live and stay healthy

What do you like best about working with the student population?
I started working with the student health population when I worked at The Ohio State University Student Health Center for approximately 3 ½ years. I found that I absolutely loved working with the college students. Both undergraduate and graduate students have energy, drive and thirst for gaining knowledge. Many are motivated to improve their health, make better health choices that can affect them for their lifetimes. I love knowing that I could potentially make a difference in their futures through positive health care interactions.

Broecker, Jane

Jane Broecker, MD

Assistant Professor
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Campus Care, RSHI
Parks 107, Athens Campus
740.594.8819

 

Education:
SUNY Buffalo School of Biomedical Sciences
University of Cincinnati-Residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology
University of Cincinnati-Fellowship training in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology

Certifications:
Board certified in general obstetrics and gynecology with additional specialization in pediatric and adolescent gynecology

Focus:
Adolescent gynecologic evaluation and consultation, practices full time at Athens Medical Associates Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Krista Duval, DO

Assistant Clinical Professor
Family Medicine
Campus Care
Grosvenor 322, Athens Campus
740.593.2211

 

Education:
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, DO, 2008
Ohio University, BS, 2002

Certifications:
Wound care and hyperbaric medicine, pre-doctoral fellowship in osteopathic manipulative medicine

Focus:
Women’s Health, long-acting reversible contraception, wound care, management of chronic medical problems and osteopathic manipulation

What do you like best about working with the student population?
College years are a formative time in many people’s lives. Working at Campus Care offers me an opportunity to inform and influence patients in ways that I hope will improve their health for the rest of their adult lives. It is the enthusiasm and diversity of the student population that makes my job so interesting and enjoyable.

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Jennifer Gwilym, DO

Assistant Professor
Family Medicine
Campus Care
Grosvenor 249, Athens Campus
740.597.3056

 

Education:
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, DO, 2003
Ohio University, BS, 1999

Certifications:
American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians
Costin Leadership Institute
Residency Director Fellowship
Health Policy Fellowship

Focus:
Urgent care, chronic conditions, preventive medicine, pediatrics, women’s health, sexually transmitted infections, and health policy

What do you like best about working with the student population?
I enjoy with the student population because they are motivated and interested in getting well. I feel I am able to make a difference in their overall health and well-being.

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Diana L. Hobden, FNP

Diana Hobden

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Education:
Pace University, FNP
St. Lawrence University, BSN

Certifications:
ANCC Family Nurse Practitioner

Focus: 
Women’s health, wellness care, nutrition, patient education

What do you like best about working with the student population?
I really enjoy the students’ overall appreciation of education and enthusiasm for learning more about managing their bodies’ illnesses and/or preventive/wellness care. They are routinely appreciative and often express their thanks at visits to the health center. I also find the diversity of the student population interesting and inspiring.

Holtel, Joseph

Joseph Holtel, DO

Assistant Clinical Professor
Family Medicine
Campus Care
Grosvenor 327, Athens Campus
740.753.2327

 

Education:
Ohio University Heritage College Medicine, DO, 1986
Ohio Northern University, BS, 1982

Certifications:
American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians

Focus:
Family medicine, urgent care, and preventive medicine 

What do you like best about working with the student population?
Having been involved with teaching medical students and nurse practitioners over the past 20 plus years. I love their enthusiasm to learn how to help others. I have a variety of professional experiences that have shaped who I am today, from mental health, nursing home, jail physician, deputy coroner to general family medicine and urgent care. Each responsibility has challenged me in different ways. I love to learn, but my real passion is to teach both students and patients alike.

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John Kemerer, DO

Assistant Clinical Professor
Family Medicine
Campus Care
Grosvenor 244, Athens Campus
740.593.1660

 

Education:
A.T. Still University, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, DO, 1990
Michigan State University, BA, 1981

Certifications:
American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians
Board Certified, Family Practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment

Focus:
Urgent Care, family medicine, preventive medicine and dermatology

What do you like best about working with the student population?
Having been involved with teaching medical students, Physician Assistant (PA) students and medical residents, I look forward to their energy and interest in improving their minds and health. I hope Ohio University Campus Care becomes their medical home and family practice while they are on campus.

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Audrey Larrimer, FNP

Audrey Larrimer

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Education:
The Ohio State University, MS
Macalester College, BS

Certifications:
ANCC Family Nurse Practitioner

Focus:
Family nursing

What do you like best about working with the student population?
I love the energy and diversity of the student population at Ohio University. I enjoy learning about their different backgrounds, plans, and interests. Working with Adolescents and young adults is very satisfying because of the opportunity to have a long-term impact through education on health and wellness.

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Presutti, Lenard

Lenard Presutti, DO

Associate Professor
Family Medicine
Campus Care
Grosvenor 247, Athens Campus
740.593.2209

 

Education:
Des Moines College of Osteopathic Medicine, DO, 1977
St. Bonaventure University, BS, 1973

Certifications:
Board certified Osteopathic Family Practice

Focus:
Full scope family practice, except obstetrics, special interests include pediatrics, women’s health and dermatologic procedures.