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Jeffrey J. Hoffmann

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Iowa Academy of Family Physicians

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Iowa Academy of Family Physicians

100 East Grand Avenue Suite 240

Des Moines, Iowa,50309

United States

Company Description

The Iowa Academy of Family Physicians is a statewide professional association comprised of more than 86% of Iowa's doctors who specialize in the practice of family medicine. The total IAFP membership includes 1800 family doctors, medical residents and students...more

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Board Members - Heartland Rural Physician Alliance

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Jeffrey Hoffmann
Jeffrey Hoffmann,D.O. Board Member Dr. Hoffmann graduated from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, and completed his residency at Broadlawns Medical Center in Des Moines. After fulfilling a 4 year Public Health commitment in Rock Rapids, Iowa, he moved to Guttenberg, Iowa in 1991, and has been in private practice since. Hoffmann is a Fellow in the American Academy of Family Physicians, and an Adjunct Clinical Professor for the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. He has served as the President of the Iowa Academy of Family Physicians, and is currently on the Clayton Ridge School Board. Hoffmann has been married for 35 years to his wife, Carolyn, and have they two sons, Zach (daughter-in-law Monika, and granddaughter, Kathryn) and Alex.


News | Page 50 | Courier Press

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Dr. Jeff Hoffmann, right, receives a Lifetime Achievement Award from Dr. Robin Barnett, IAFP Board Chair.
Hoffmann practices the full range of family practice. He does obstetrics, pediatrics, and emergency medicine and has an active clinic. He shows great empathy to his patients and is well liked by these people for whom he has cared. Despite long hours and hard work, Dr. Hoffmann exudes an attitude that is positive and encouraging. Dr. Jeff Hoffmann was recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award, and Dr. Nathan Shaw was chosen to receive the Farm Bureau Rural Physician Scholarship. Dr. Hoffmann is both a committee member and past president of IAFP, and donor to the IAFP Foundation. He was nominated and selected by his colleagues for the Lifetime Achievement Award, given annually to a family physician who serves as a role model for other family physicians, residents, or medical students and has been significantly involved in community service and civic activities. Dr. Hoffmann received the Iowa High School Athletic Association Sports Medicine Award during the 2013 Boys' State Basketball Tournament at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. Clayton Ridge High School Principal Kris Einck nominated Dr. Hoffmann for that award because of his significant contributions to the Guttenberg and Clayton Ridge athletic programs. Dr. Hoffmann began serving on the sidelines for local athletic teams in the early 1990s, when he and his wife Carolyn moved to Guttenberg, and helped found the first local wrestling program for students in 1991.


News | Page 49 | Courier Press

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Dr. Jeff Hoffmann, right, receives a Lifetime Achievement Award from Dr. Robin Barnett, IAFP Board Chair.
Hoffmann practices the full range of family practice. He does obstetrics, pediatrics, and emergency medicine and has an active clinic. He shows great empathy to his patients and is well liked by these people for whom he has cared. Despite long hours and hard work, Dr. Hoffmann exudes an attitude that is positive and encouraging. Dr. Jeff Hoffmann was recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award, and Dr. Nathan Shaw was chosen to receive the Farm Bureau Rural Physician Scholarship. Dr. Hoffmann is both a committee member and past president of IAFP, and donor to the IAFP Foundation. He was nominated and selected by his colleagues for the Lifetime Achievement Award, given annually to a family physician who serves as a role model for other family physicians, residents, or medical students and has been significantly involved in community service and civic activities. Dr. Hoffmann received the Iowa High School Athletic Association Sports Medicine Award during the 2013 Boys' State Basketball Tournament at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. Clayton Ridge High School Principal Kris Einck nominated Dr. Hoffmann for that award because of his significant contributions to the Guttenberg and Clayton Ridge athletic programs. Dr. Hoffmann began serving on the sidelines for local athletic teams in the early 1990s, when he and his wife Carolyn moved to Guttenberg, and helped found the first local wrestling program for students in 1991.


News | Page 42 | Courier Press

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Dr. Jeff Hoffmann, right, receives a Lifetime Achievement Award from Dr. Robin Barnett, IAFP Board Chair.
Hoffmann practices the full range of family practice. He does obstetrics, pediatrics, and emergency medicine and has an active clinic. He shows great empathy to his patients and is well liked by these people for whom he has cared. Despite long hours and hard work, Dr. Hoffmann exudes an attitude that is positive and encouraging. Dr. Jeff Hoffmann was recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award, and Dr. Nathan Shaw was chosen to receive the Farm Bureau Rural Physician Scholarship. Dr. Hoffmann is both a committee member and past president of IAFP, and donor to the IAFP Foundation. He was nominated and selected by his colleagues for the Lifetime Achievement Award, given annually to a family physician who serves as a role model for other family physicians, residents, or medical students and has been significantly involved in community service and civic activities. Dr. Hoffmann received the Iowa High School Athletic Association Sports Medicine Award during the 2013 Boys' State Basketball Tournament at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. Clayton Ridge High School Principal Kris Einck nominated Dr. Hoffmann for that award because of his significant contributions to the Guttenberg and Clayton Ridge athletic programs. Dr. Hoffmann began serving on the sidelines for local athletic teams in the early 1990s, when he and his wife Carolyn moved to Guttenberg, and helped found the first local wrestling program for students in 1991.


Board Members - Heartland Rural Physician Alliance

www.heartlandrpa.org [cached]

Jeffrey Hoffmann
Jeffrey Hoffmann,D.O. Board Member Dr. Hoffmann graduated from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, and completed his residency at Broadlawns Medical Center in Des Moines. After fulfilling a 4 year Public Health commitment in Rock Rapids, Iowa, he moved to Guttenberg, Iowa in 1991, and has been in private practice since. Hoffmann is a Fellow in the American Academy of Family Physicians, and an Adjunct Clinical Professor for the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. He has served as the President of the Iowa Academy of Family Physicians, and is currently on the Clayton Ridge School Board. Hoffmann has been married for 35 years to his wife, Carolyn, and have they two sons, Zach (daughter-in-law Monika, and granddaughter, Kathryn) and Alex.


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