Dr. Mylhan Myers graduates from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine – News – The Rolla Daily News – Rolla, MO – Missouri News

Dr. Mylhan Myers graduates from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine – News – The Rolla Daily News – Rolla, MO –  Missouri News

Dr. Mylhan Myers graduated from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM) at A.T. Still University on May 20, 2017. Dr. Myers is the seventh in his family to earn a medical degree from KCOM which includes his uncle Dr. David Myers, of Rolla, his great uncle Dr. R.E. Myers, of Newburg, and his grandfather Dr. B.J. Myers, of Licking.

Dr. Mylhan Myers graduated from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM) at A.T. Still University on May 20, 2017. Dr. Myers is the seventh in his family to earn a medical degree from KCOM which includes his uncle Dr. David Myers, of Rolla, his great uncle Dr. R.E. Myers, of Newburg, and his grandfather Dr. B.J. Myers, of Licking.
Dr. Myers is the son of Jamie and Laurie Myers. His grandparents are Ed and Cassandra Herrman, Don and Mary Carney, and the late Dr. B.J. Myers.
In June, Dr. Myers will begin a three-year, Family & Community Medicine specialty residency sponsored by the University of Kansas School of Medicine at Via Christi Hospital in Wichita, Kansas. KU’s Via Christi Family Medicine Residency is annually ranked as one of the top ten family medicine programs in the United States and number one in the Midwest. Dr. Myers hopes to return to the Ozarks to practice upon completion of his specialty training.
Mylhan is especially grateful to the Phelps County Regional Medical Center and Mercy staff for their invaluable teaching, guidance, and support during his medical school clinical rotations.
A 2009 graduate of Rolla High School, Mylhan is thankful for his teachers and coaches in the Rolla Public School…

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