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Sean Beeson, D.O.: Why I Practice Family Medicine

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Published on Aug 23, 2018

Dr. Sean Beeson is a family medicine physician through Johnson Memorial Health at the Greenwood Primary Care Center.

After seeing the struggles his father went through with multiple sclerosis, Dr. Beeson went into medicine.

“I knew that, going forward, I didn’t want anyone to have to struggle in the way that I saw him,” Dr. Beeson says.

Dr. Sean Beeson completed his residency at Millcreek Community Hospital in Erie, PA. is a graduate of the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine - University of Pikeville. He received his master's degree in science in Medical Education from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Born and raised in Greenwood, Dr. Beeson earned bachelors’ degrees in biology and chemistry from Franklin College. While at Franklin, Dr. Beeson participated in a gene sequence analysis project and was an Alpha Honor Society member.

Board-certified in family medicine, Dr. Beeson is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American College Osteopathic Family Physicians, the American Osteopathic Association and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Despite an initial interest in internal medicine, Dr. Beeson headed into family medicine. “I saw the flow where you see somebody from birth all the way through the geriatric age, the continuity of following somebody through many years of their life, was very rewarding and the main reason why I wanted to be in family medicine,” he says.

Learn more about the practice at johnsonmemorial.org/family-medicine-specialists.

https://www.johnsonmemorial.org/prima...

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