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Don Charles Loomer, MD

Position:

Interventional Radiologist

Sierra Imaging Associates Medical Group

Clovis, CA 93611              

 

Chief, Interventional Radiology (Since 2001)

David Grant USAF Medical Center

Travis AFB, CA 94535

 

Rank:  Lieutenant Colonel

Military Service:   United States Air Force

 

Additional Duties:

Course Medical Director, Phase II Apprentice Course

 

Assistant Clinical Professor, UC Davis Medical Center

Chief of Digital Imaging, Northern California Mock Oral Board Examination

 

Date of Birth: 

March 14, 1964

 

Place of Birth:

Canoga Park, CA

 

Name of Spouse:

Arlene D. Loomer

 

Date Married:

March 18, 1988

 

Children:

Stephanie Danielle Loomer, born Oct 29, 1992, adopted March 17, 1993

Alyssa Nicole Loomer, born May 9, 1996

Jennifer Wesley Loomer, born April, 29, 2001

 

EDUCATION                

 

Undergraduate UCLA, BS in Mathematics with Specialty in Computing, 1982-1987, Regent Scholar, College Honors

 

Medical School, USUHS, MD, 1987-1991        

 

Post-Graduate, Wilford Hall Med Center, Internship / Internal Medicine, 1991-1992

                                   

David Grant Med Center, Residency / Diagnostic Radiology, 1993-1997            Chief Resident, Physics Award

 

San Antonio U.S. Health Edu. Consortium, Fellowship / Interventional, 1997-1998, Fellow of the Year, Radiology

                       

 

Additional Training and Work Experience (Medical):

 

MAR/APR 1991              Graduate Aerospace Medicine Course

JUL 92-AUG 93              Flight Surgeon / Officer in Charge, Aerospace Medicine,Mobility and Medical Readiness, Offutt AFB

OCT 92                         Graduate Hyperbaric Medicine Course

1994-1997                  Officer, DGMC House Officer Council

1996-1997                  Chief Resident, DGMC Department of Radiology

1998-2002                  Asst. Program Director, Diagnostic Radiology Residency

1999-2001            Training Officer, David Grant Medical Center

APR 2000            Ancure Endograft System training

APR 2003            Gore Endograft System training

JUN 2003            Percutaneous Cement Delivery and Percutaneous Discectomy Course

SEP 2003 (P)            Cook Endograft System training

 

 

Licensure/Certifications/Board Examinations:

1992          NBME

1992-Present            Nebraska State Medical License #18996

1997                 American Board of Radiology Board Certification

1997-Present            California State Medical License #G083923 (current)

1998-Present            DEA Certificate (current)

1998-Present            California Radiology Supervisor and Operator Certificate (current)

1999-Preasent            Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Vascular and interventional Radiology, ACLS, (current), ATLS (current)

 

Society Memberships:

1993-Present            Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)

1993-Present            American Roentgen Ray Society

1997-Present            Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR)

1993-Present            American College of Radiology

 

Recent Publications and Research

JVIR      Jan 1999            “Superior Mesenteric Artery Stenting in a Patient with Acute Mesenteric Ischemia”

Mar 1999                         Northern California Mock Oral Board Exam (UCSF MC, Stanford MC, Santa Clara Valley MC, UC Davis MC, Sacred Heart MC, David Grant MC)

Mar 2000                        2000 Northern California Mock Oral Board Exam

Ongoing                        Improved Port Patency using TPA and Heparin for Port Flush

Mar 2001                        2001 Northern California Mock Oral Board Exam

Ongoing                        Stratified Effects on Renal Function using Acetylcysteine Premedication

Mar 2002                        2002 Northern California Mock Oral Board Exam

Poster              

Oct 2002 “Puerperal Ruptured Ischiorectal Fossa Hematoma Managed with Selective Pudendal Artery Embolization and Anatomic Site-Specific Repair”

Mar 2003                        2003 Northern California Mock Oral Board Exam

 

Hobbies/Outside Interests

Triathlons/10K races/Marathons

Magic

Drums/Percussion

 

Military Training and Work Experience (Non-Medical):

MAR 1988                        USUHS Pre-Airborne School Graduate

JUL/AUG 88                        USAF Survival/Evasion Resistance/Escape School Graduate (SERE)

DEC 88                        USAF Artic Survival School Graduate

MAR 89                        SUHS Pre-Airborn School Cadre

MAR 89                        USAF Water Survival School Graduate

JUL 93                        USAF Free Fall Parachuting Graduate; Airmanship Course 490, USAF Academy, class 93-05

 

Military and Medical Awards and Honors

Medical School

1988-1991                 Expert with M-16 Rifle

1990                        USUHS Admissions Board

1991                        Expert with 45 cal. Pistol

1991                        National Defense Ribbon

Post-Graduate

1992                                  Longevity Ribbon

1992                                  Air Force Outstanding Unit Award

1993                                  Air Force Commendation Medal

1996                        Longevity Ribbon Device

1998                        Fellow of the Year, WHMC

1999                        Air Force Outstanding Unit Award

2000                        Longevity Ribbon Device

2002                        Meritorious Service Medal

2003                        Attending of the Year, DGMC

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