Denver, CO Sept 29 - Oct 3, 2015
FMX Sessions: Population-based Care: Nutritional Supplements: What Aren’t Your Patients Telling You?, CME149, CME150; Reproductive-Female: Obstetric Care Guidelines: Healthy Prenatal Care, CME183, CME184; Reproductive-Female: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Hyperandrogenism, CME187, CME188
Dr. Soldat is a faculty physician at Broadlawns Medical Center, the county hospital serving the Polk County (greater Des Moines, IA, area) population, with an emphasis on meeting the needs of the underserved members of the community. She has been teaching since 2003 and focuses on women's health and obstetric ultrasound, as well as wilderness medicine and international medicine. Dr. Soldat believes that family medicine’s most critical challenge is training doctors with a broad skill set to meet the needs of patients in any community, including retaining obstetric skills, particularly for physicians who choose to practice in rural settings worldwide. Since 2012, she has teamed up with other Iowa family physicians to provide assistance in the development of family medicine as a specialty in Indonesia. Dr. Soldat is an AAFP Fellow.
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FMX Faculty P-S
Lisa Soldat, MD, MS, FAAFP