Class of 2012
Nicole Kristen Huntress, MD - TBD
Richard Henry Morgan, MD - Physician, Greenville Health System University Medical Group Faculty
Class of 2011
Matthew Alan Close, D.O. - Emergency Medicine, Bayonet Point Hospital (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Since graduation, Dr. Close has moved to the Tampa area with his fiancee to practice emergency medicine as she finishes her final year of medical training. When they're not planning for their upcoming wedding, they enjoy going to the beach and entertaining visiting friends. Matt plans to blend the practice of sports and emergency medicine in the future after he and his wife-to-be are married.
Kevin Lawrence Sprouse, D.O. - Ft. Sanders Regional Medical Center, Knoxville, TN
Following fellowship, Dr. Sprouse has been working as an emergency medicine physician at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center in Knoxville, TN. Dr. Sprouse is also employed as team physician for Slipstream Sports (Garmin-Cervelo Pro Cycling) which affords him the opportunity to practice sports medicine both in the U.S. and internationally. Dr. Sprouse's interests in sports medicine primarily involve the care of the endurance athlete. As such, he is in the process of establishing a practice which caters to this population. Ultimately, Dr. Sprouse hopes to balance a career in emergency medicine with an endurance sports practice while continuing to work in professional cycling.
CLASS OF 2010
Tara A. Merritt, M.D.
David A. Scott, M.D.
CLASS OF 2009
Damond Blueitt, M.D.
Texas Health - Harris Methodist Hospital
Ft. Worth, TX
Stephanie Reckenbeil, M.D.
Integris Southwest Medical Center
Oklahoma City, OK
CLASS OF 2008
Allison Tobola, M.D.
Dr. Tobola, originally from Dallas, Texas, graduated summa cum laude with a BS degree in biology from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma where she also played softball. She then went to the University of Texas-Houston Medical School and graduated as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honors Society. She is board certified in family medicine and received her residency training at the University of Texas-Tyler Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Tobola’s research interests include softball injuries and the accuracy of shoulder intra-articular injections comparing approaches and providers skill level. She plans to return to Tyler, Texas in a private primary care sports medicine/orthopaedic practice. To contact Dr. Tobola - e-mail: email@example.com.
CLASS OF 2007
Richard So, M.D.
Dr. So earned an undergraduate degree in biology at The Ohio State University, followed by a medical degree at the University of Santo Tomas medical school in the Philippines. Dr. So completed his residency in pediatrics at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. During his fellowship year his research investigated barriers to effective utilization of the AED in the high school setting. Dr. So is currently working for the Cleveland Clinic Foundation practicing pediatrics and primary care sports medicine. He enjoys his spare time with his wife Melanie and daughter Savannah.