Weisman earns doctor of osteopathic medicine degree

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Errin Mort Weisman was one of 233 medical students who received the doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.) degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 14, in Kansas City, Mo.
Dr. Weisman is the daughter of Robert and Angie Mort of New Harmony, and Rhonda Mort of Evansville.
Dr. Weisman is married to Craig Weisman, an Otwell, Ind. native who graduated from Pike Central in 1998 and the University of Southern Indiana in 2004 earning a teaching degree. Dr. Weisman started her educational journey as a 2003 graduate of Mount Vernon Senior High School. She earned a bachelor of science in Biology in 2007 from Oakland City University in Oakland City while playing volleyball and participating in many campus activities.
While attending Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in Kansas City, Mo., Dr. Weisman was very active in the Christian Medical and Dental Association and Micah Ministry for the Homeless. At KCUMB, she served as president for the Class of 2011 Notepool and as a KCUMB tutor and mentor.
Dr. Weisman completed her clinical years of medical school in Evansville, at Deaconess Health System and St. Mary’s Health System. Dr. Weisman will complete postdoctoral training in Family Medicine at Deaconess Family Medicine Residency, part of the Deaconess Health System in Evansville. She also has become involved with the Indiana Osteopathic Association based in Indianapolis.
She plans to stay in Southern Indiana and practice family medicine after the completion of her residency training and is excited about the upcoming opening of the first osteopathic medical school in Indiana opening at Marion University.