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Graduate Medical Education Office

Enhancing Fellowships and Residencies at Creighton.

The Creighton University Office of Graduate Medical Education oversees all residency and fellowship programs, with approximately 250 residents and fellows.

Mission

Improve the human condition for our residents, fellows, and the patients that we serve by being a national leader in transformative and innovative education.

Aims

  • Create a diverse workforce of physicians in residencies and fellowships that will work in the areas of medicine that are underserved in Nebraska.
  • Support and grow underrepresented specialties, academic positions and physicians who can work in areas that suffer shortages including rural, under resourced and socially disadvantaged populations.
  • Create a culture in our GME programs of continuous quality improvement that will create highly competitive programs with a national reputation.
  • Dedicate ourselves to maintaining the principle of “Cura Personalis” despite growing in size, scope and specialties.
  • Demonstrate the value of academics to our health care partner Common Spirit
  • Transform residents and fellows into critical, ethical and moral thinkers so they can be agents of change in the health care system.

Graduate Medical Education Office Staff

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Joann L. Porter, MD

Joann L. Porter, MD

Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education

402.280.4675

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Allison M. Harlow, PhD

Allison M. Harlow, PhD

Director for Wellness & Resilience

Phone: 402.280.4412

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Jeanna Reusink

Jeanna Reusink

Administrator

402.280.4677

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Tara Latschar

Tara Latschar

Senior Program Manager

402.280.5246

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Ashley Wilson

Ashley Willson

Program Manager

402.280.5992

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Hannah Keator

Hannah Keator

Program Manager

402.280.5908

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Renee Hall

Administrative Assistant III

402.280.4675

 
‘Cura personalis’ (care for the whole person), a phrase alumni know so well, is at the heart of our training, and with that perspective, we cannot go wrong, no matter how medicine changes.
— Anna Worley, BS'10, MD'14 Family Medicine