Mark Brummel, DO, Assistant Professor and Associate Program Director/Kingsport Center

 

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Dr. Brummel grew up on a farm in northern Illinois, just outside of the suburban sprawl of Chicago. He attended college locally at Northern Illinois University, and medical school at the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. While Dr. Brummel did enjoy his time moving to progressively more urban environments, he next ventured to the Amish country in Lancaster Pennsylvania for residency training. While the training was excellent, Dr. Brummel wanted to further develop areas within family medicine that he found most interesting and decided to stay an additional year to complete a faculty development fellowship. During this year Dr. Brummel dedicated the majority of his time and efforts to sports medicine, inpatient medicine, and osteopathic manipulation. The next step in his journey began with his wife looking for a school to attend, and ended with finding what he consider the perfect job opportunity for him. Dr. Brummel promises that he is not overtly selfish... but together he and his wife decided to accept the opportunity to enjoy the outdoor activities, beautiful weather, and wonderful people northeast Tennessee offers. Please feel free to contact Dr. Brummel to discuss sports, outdoor activities, food, recycling, or even something you may be interested in ... Dr. Brummel can be reached at .

 

 

Scholarly Activities

2013

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations:

Brummel M.  "Forget the tar sands; let's build a family medicine pipeline" Presented at the 46th Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, Baltimore, MD, May 1-5, 2013. 

Invited Presentations:

Brummel M, et al. Introduction to OMT. Presented at the Family Medicine Interest Group. January 2013, Kingsport, TN.

 

Other Scholarly Activities

Heiman D, Brummel M, et al.  Musculoskeletal and sports medicine curriculum guideline revision.  AAFP Curriculum Guideline.  August 2013

2012

Papers, Abstracts and /or Poster Presentations:

Bockhorst P, Lubrano J, and Brummel M. Incorporating Basic Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (omm) Into The Md Precepting Repertoire. Presented at STFM meeting. April 26-30; New Orleans, LA.

Brummel M, Blackwelder R, Fox B, Stockwell G, and Moore J. Rapid resident skills evaluation using the integrated OSCE. Presented at the 45th Annual Spring Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM). April 26, 2012; Seattle, Washington.

Invited Presentations:

Brummel M, et al. Choosing a running shoe and foot. Presented at the Family Medicine Interest Group. October 2012, Kingsport, TN.

2011

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations:

Regional and National

Bockhorst P, Lubrano J, Brummel M. Incorporating Basic Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (omm) Into The Md Precepting Repertoire. Presented at STFM meeting. April 26-30; New Orleans, LA.

 2010

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations:
Regional and National

Bockhorst PR, Brummel M. Teaching osteopathic medicine in an allopathic residency. Presented at the Tennessee Osteopathic Medical Association Conference. May 23, 2010; Gatlinburg, TN.

Invited Presentations

Brummel M.  Sports medicine overview, Debusk College of Osteopatic Medicine.  November 2010

2009

Other Scholarly Activities:

Brummel M. Radiology curriculum. Presented at: Kingsport Family Medicine Residency Program, James H. Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University; July 14, 2009; Kingsport, TN.

Brummel M. Resident education expectations for nurses. Presented at: Kingsport Family Medicine Residency Program, James H. Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University; July 24, 2009; Kingsport, TN.

Brummel M. Sports medicine. Presented at: Kingsport Family Medicine Residency Program, James H. Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University; July 23, 2009; Kingsport, TN.

2008

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations
Regional and National 

Petrizzi M, Rubeor A, Wood J and Brummel, M. Teaching the SMART (Sideline Management Assessment Response Techniques) Course. STFM National Conference Workshop. Baltimore, MD. May 2008

Other Accomplishments:

Brummel M. Spearheaded the Appalachian Preceptorship experience for the 2009-2010 Appalachian Preceptorship Program at ETSU Kingsport Family Physicians. This involved a total of 8 visiting students from regional medical schools in various stages of training.