After completing a Family Medicine residency Dr. Harraway-Smith went on to complete an OB/GYN residency and maintains her board certification in both specialties. She was OB/GYN faculty and fellowship director for a Family Medicine Obstetrics fellowship for a number of years and remains the proctor for the FP/OB fellow in her current position. She is currently a partner in a hospital based OB/GYN faculty practice that trains FP residents, as well as physician assistant and midwife students. She received her medical degree from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa. Dr. Harraway-Smith completed an Obstetrics and Gynecology residency at The Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, MD, and a Family Medicine residency at The Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. She has also been active in hospital leadership and has served as the chairperson for the department of OB/GYN and has been a hospital board member.
After finishing his residency training at the University of Cincinnati Family Medicine Residency Program, he completed a fellowship in Faculty Development and Underserved Medicine. He has worked in both private practice and faculty settings. He has also been the program director of a large university family medicine residency program. Over his four year tenure as program director, the Family Medicine Board Exam residency graduate take and pass rate increased from 33 percent to 89 percent. The program also increased in size by 40 percent to include close to 40 residents. He has published several articles in journals including articles in The Family Physician and The Journal of Family Practice.
Upon earning his bachelor of science in pharmacy at ButlerUniversity, he practiced in community pharmacy as well as continued his training at Butler, earning his Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Among his many board certifications are pharmacotherapy and ambulatory care pharmacy. Though he started in community pharmacy he has practiced ambulatory care pharmacy in a family medicine residency program since 1996. Alongside his family medicine responsibilities, he founded and maintains directorship of two pharmacy residency programs, has coordinated and taught pharmacology classes in medical schools, lectured in schools of pharmacy, served as a residency practitioner surveyor, and has determined educational content of national meetings as a member of steering committees.
After graduating from Wright State University School of Medicine and the University of Cincinnati Family Medicine Residency Program, Dr. Stuckey has worked in private and university settings. She has fellowship training in operative obstetrics and delivers full spectrum care in family medicine. She has published several articles in journals including articles in The Family Physician and The Journal of Family Practice.
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