Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine

Mark RastetterAssociate Program Director of the OSU Family Medicine Residency Program
Associate Director for the Urban Track
Lead Physician - Clinical, OSU Family Medicine at CarePoint East

Clinical Office
OSU Family Medicine at CarePoint East
543 Taylor Avenue
2nd Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43203
Phone: 614-688-6490
Fax: 614-688-6491

Academic Office
543 Taylor Avenue
2nd Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43203
614-688-6072
Mark.Rastetter@osumc.edu

Background

Dr. Rastetter is originally from Erie, PA. He attended the University of Dayton for his undergraduate Bachelor of Science. He went to medical school at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine and stayed in Chicago for residency training at West Suburban Hospital. After residency training, he completed a fellowship in Maternal and Child Health in Chicago, where he was trained in high risk and surgical obstetrics, as well as high risk newborn care. After training, he worked at PCC Community Wellness Center and FQHC in Chicago, where he became a site medical director.

Clinical Interests

All of my training and work has been in underserved and marginalized communities where I have a particular interest in how the social determinants of health affect the health of individuals and the community. I continue to practice and enjoy full scope family medicine, including obstetrics, pediatrics and inpatient/outpatient adult medicine. I am excited to work with residents and be in a directorship role in the OSU Family Medicine Residency Program, thinking of how to recruit, train and retain physicians to work for the urban poor.

Education and Training

  • MD: Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine
  • BS: University of Dayton
  • Residency: West Suburban Hospital, Chicago, IL
  • Fellowship: PCC Community Wellness Center, Chicago, IL

Awards/Honors

  • Illinois Primary Health Care Association- 2015 Devoted Clinician Award
    (Given to one physician in Illinois who exemplifies devotion to patients, community health and community health centers in Illinois)
     
  • Norwegian American Hospital Outstanding Leadership Award (2014)
  • American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Pfizer Teacher Development Award (2013)
    (One of two recipients in the nation recognized for work in resident teaching and dedication to family medicine)
  • Physicians for Human Rights “Future Physician” Honor (2006)
    (One of twenty people awarded at the 20th Anniversary Gala for Physicians for Human Rights for contributions to the field)
  • “The Heart of Medicine” feature in Loyola Medicine Magazine (2005)
    (Interviewed and featured in an article for involvement in Physicians for Human Rights)
  • P.K. Bajpai Memorial Award (2000)
    (Biology student at the University of Dayton who best represents the spirit for undergraduate research)
  • Member of the University of Dayton Scholars Program (2000-2002)

Society and Memberships

  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • American Board of Family Medicine
  • Physicians for Human Rights
  • Society of Teachers in Family Medicine

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