Karyn Kolman, MD
Dr Karyn Kolman is the Vice Chair for Education for the University of Arizona Department of Family & Community Medicine, and the Program Director for the University of Arizona South Campus Family Medicine Residency. She is originally from the East Coast, and moved to Arizona after completing her residency in York, PA. She graduated from the College of William and Mary and attended medical school at Cornell University Medical College in New York City. After receiving her medical degree, she moved to Phoenix, AZ where she completed a fellowship in Advanced Hospital Training for Family Physicians. During that time she also completed the University of Arizona’s Faculty Development Fellowship. Being trained in hospitalist medicine and operative obstetrics, and having a special interest in teaching, Dr Kolman continued to work with the fellowship, serving as faculty and assistant director. She also provided medical consultation to the psychiatric department. Before joining the faculty of the University of Arizona Department of Family & Community Medicine in 2013, Dr Kolman worked as part of the faculty of the St. Joseph’s family medicine residency in Phoenix and the University of New Mexico family medicine residency in Albuquerque. In additional to the education of residents and medical students, Dr Kolman has an interest in patient safety and quality improvement, maternity care and hospital medicine.
Anne Donnelly, MD
Dr Anne Donnelly is the Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine for the Crozer-Keystone Health System in Upland, Pennsylvania. She also serves as core faculty and Medical Director at the Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis and attended medical school at Louisiana State University Medical Center in Shreveport, Louisiana. After completing her residency training at Eastern Virginia Medical School’s Portsmouth Family Medicine Residency Program, she completed an Academic Medicine Fellowship at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. Before joining the faculty at Crozer-Keystone in 2015 she spent 21 years as core residency faculty at the Portsmouth Family Medicine Residency Program. During this time she served as the Clerkship Director for the third year Family Medicine Clerkship, two terms as Program Director of the residency program, director of a large annual Family Medicine Review Course and finally as Medical Director. She has served on USMLE Computer-based Case Simulation Test Development Committee for the last 9 years and just became the Chair of the Scoring Group for this Committee. Education has always been a passion and she has been fortunate to participate in the education of medical students, residents and peers throughout her career.