Iowa Board of Medicine names Woodhouse as medical director
BPC Staff Feb 20, 2020 | 5:12 pm
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The Iowa Board of Medicine, which licenses physicians and regulates the practice of medicine in the state, announced that it has hired Dr. Don Woodhouse as its new medical director. Woodhouse is an Iowa-licensed physician with more than 23 years of clinical experience, the board said in a release. He replaces Dr. John Olds, who served on the board and as the board’s medical director for many years before retiring. Woodhouse received his medical degree from the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. He was an adjunct professor, teaching family practice residents and physician assistants, and has practiced family medicine in Iowa for more than 21 years. Recently he gained extensive administrative experience as the health plan medical director for the United Healthcare Community Plan of Iowa and the chief medical officer for the United Healthcare Community Plan of Nebraska. Woodhouse begins in his new position on March 16.