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ATSU alumnus named Osteopathic Family Physician of the Year

February 24, 2020
Posted In: Alumni Headlines, ATSU News, Awards, KCOM, Missouri Campus

A.T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (ATSU-KCOM) alumnus Alan Allmon, DO, ’72, was named 2020 Osteopathic Family Physician of the Year by the Missouri Society of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (MSACOFP).

The award is given annually to an osteopathic family physician “who exemplifies the principles of osteopathic family medicine via outstanding accomplishments and service for the betterment of the osteopathic profession,” according to MSACOFP.

Dr. Allmon served as a general medical officer in the 101st Airborne Division before practicing family medicine for 37 years. He retired in 2012 and now works part time as a wound care physician at Bothwell Hospital in Sedalia, Missouri. He has more than 600 hours dedicated to preceptorship teaching of osteopathic students in his career.

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