Two MSUCOM alumni earn MAOFP Resident of the Year honors
The Michigan Association of Osteopathic Family Physicians (MAOFP) awarded Adam Hunt and Nicholas VandenBosch with its 2014 Resident of the Year awards.
Hunt received his master of health sciences from Johns Hopkins University and his D.O. degree from Michigan State University. He is currently a resident in emergency medicine and family practice at the McLaren Oakland Regional Medical Center. He was chief resident of family medicine there from 2013-2014.
He serves as vice-chair for the Michigan Osteopathic Association (MOA) Council of Interns and Residents, and will serve as chair from 2014-2015. He is also a member of the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM) alumni board and the MOA board of trustees. Hunt also serves as resident member of the Oakland County Osteopathic Medical Association (OCOMA) board of trustees.
During his residency Hunt spent time at the Baldwin Warming Shelter and volunteered at the first aid booth for the U.S. Senior Open at Indianwood Country Club. He has also volunteered internationally in Guatemala for the DOCare medical mission and at the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Malawi.
Vandenbosch received his bachelor of arts degree in biology from Adrian College and his doctor of osteopathic medicine at MSU. He is currently a resident at McLaren Macomb Hospital. After completing his residency he plans to work in clinical practice with Westshore Family Medicine through Mercy Health. He will also take on the role of physical liaison to the Sports Medicine Program, a position he worked alongside with Mercy Health to create.
VandenBosch is also CEO and co-founder of the WV (Williams-VandenBosch) Foundation, which focuses on sports and sports medicine as a means of student and community enrichment. He earned the MSUCOM Osteo-CHAMPS Alumni Recognition Award in 2011, and currently serves as a mentor for Osteo-CHAMPS and the Adrian College Pre-Med Interest Group. VandenBosch also mentors and teaches rotating medical students at McLaren Macomb.