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Class of 2025

 

Nabiha Adams, DO

Medical School

  • Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Hometown 

  • Troy, Michigan

Why I chose this program

  • I love that it is a four year program which allows for more EM experience and more sub-surgical specialty experience. The cherry on top is the amazing culture among the attending physicians and residents.

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Alexandra Brown, DO

Medical School

  • Midwestern Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine

Hometown  

  • Richland, Washington

Why I chose this program

  • I fell in love with Western Michigan and truly believe it's a hidden gem! The residents in Muskegon were some of the most adept and intelligent of any residency I visited. There is an incredible learning environment at the hospital that is fostered by the residents as well as nurses, attending physicians and really everyone. 

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Mere Culbertson, DO

Medical School 

  • Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine

Hometown

  • Louisville, Kentucky

Why I chose this program

  • West Michigan felt like home right away with family atmosphere that I mesh well with which was important with me. While having the opportunity to learn from a large variety of pathology, the bonus for me is location with beaches, snow and close to family.

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Alex Glogoza, DO

Medical School

  • AT Still University Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine

Hometown

  • Saint Peters, Missouri

Why I chose this program

  • After my interview day with Muskegon, I felt like I got along really well with the residents, and the hospital had the ED volumes and patient population I was looking for in a residency program.

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Reid Mitchell, DO

Medical School

  • Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Hometown

  • Plainfield, Illinois 

Why I chose this program

  • West Michigan has been like home since undergraduate. The Muskegon, Grand Haven and Grand Rapids areas have so much to do, whether its beaches, dunes, ArtPrize or breweries it's within 20-30 minutes. During interview season, the program seemed to have great leadership from the top down. The residents were enjoying themselves and felt supported.

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Alex Piszker, DO

Medical School

  • Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine

Hometown

  • Dearborn, Michigan

 

Why I chose this program

  • I love West Michigan; being close to Lake Michigan provides a diverse range of outdoor activities and is insanely beautiful. I auditioned at Mercy Muskegon and was very impressed with the aptitude of the residents I worked with and the culture of the program – everyone was so nice and hard working! 

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Brent Veerman, MD

Medical School 

  • University of Toledo College of Medicine

Residency Training

  • Columbus, Ohio

Why I chose this program

  • Mercy Health Muskegon offered me the best of both worlds: a place where I could get an excellent emergency medicine education in an environment that doesn't compete with other specialties for procedures, and a close-knit program that allows residents a chance to work closely with faculty. It also doesn't hurt to have a veritable inland ocean (Lake Michigan) 5 minutes away and a town filled with friendly people and lots of fun things to do when not in the hospital.

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