Douglas Collins

Douglas P. Collins

Adjunct Associate Professor

Medical Sciences Building

COM Fam Med Residency/Fellowship - 0582

The Christ Hospital/UC Family Medicine Residency
2123 Auburn Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Professional Summary

Dr. Collins is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family & Community Medicine, providing patient care at the TCH/UC Family Medicine Center (Mt Auburn), precepting outpatient and inpatient family medicine, and co-directing in the Global and Underserved Health division of the TCH/UC Family Medicine Residency Program.

Dr. Collins also directs the LifeSpring North College Hill Free Clinic and Refugee Health Screening at the TCH/UC Family Medicine Center (Mt Auburn). 

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Wheaton College IL, 1994 (Theology)

Medical Degree, Wright State University School of Medicine 1998

Residency, University of Cincinnati Family Medicine 2001

Fellowship, University of Cincinnati 2002 (Faculty Development)

Positions and Work Experience

2008 -2011 Medical Director, Christian non-profit medical and training center, Mercy Medical Center Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

2012 - Medical Director, Weekly free clinic providing wholistic care for local underinsured, LifeSpring North College Hill Free Clinic, Cincinnati, OH

2002 -2011 Physician/Project Director, Medical training and development work in urban and rural Cambodia, Pioneers International, Cambodia

2002 -2011 Volunteer Clinical Instructor, University of Cincinnati, Dept of Family & Community Medicine, Cincinnati, OH

Research and Practice Interests

Global and Underserved Health
Cincinnati Healthcare for the Homeless (McMicken)
Refugee Health Screening
Tropical Medicine (CTropMed, Am Soc Trop Med & Hygeine)
Family Medicine Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Clinical Focus

Family Medicine

Specialities

Family Medicine

Certifications

American Board of Family Medicine

07/13/2001

Presentations

Invited Presentations

Collins, DP, ODea CJ (09-2012. ) Training the Global Physician .AAFP Global Health Workshop, Minneapolis, MN. Level:National

Lecture

(10-2001. ) Careers in Global Health .Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.

(10-2009. ) Healthcare, Justice and Poverty in Developing Countries .University of Cincinnati.

(2002. ) Common Skin Infections in Poor Populations .University of Cincinnati/The Christ Hospital.

(2007. ) Worlds Apart: Practicing Medicine in Developing Countries .University of Cincinnati Family Medicine .

(2009. ) Worlds Apart: Practicing Medicine in Developing Countries .University of Cincinnati Family and Community Medicine.

(11-2011. ) Introduction to Abdominal Ultrasound .

(04-2012. ) Tuberculosis .

(04-2012. ) Malaria & Mosquito Borne Diseases .

(04-2012. ) Fever in Returned Travelers .

(10-2009. ) Health, Bioethics, and Human Rights .

Honors and Awards

1998 -1999 H. Stagaman Outstanding Intern Award University of Cincinnati, Family and Community Medicine Residency

2000 -2001 Resident as Teacher Award University of Cincinnati, Family and Community Medicine Residency

1997 Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society Epsilon Chapter

2000 Chief Resident, Univ of Cincinnati Family Medicine Residency

Service

LifeSpring/North College Hill Free Clinic Director Type:Community Service 2012

Healthcare for the Homeless Type:Community Service 2012

Drop-In Center for Homeless Type:Community Service 2000 -2002

Crossroad Health Center Type:Community Service 2001 -2002

University of Cincinnati (Introduction to Clinical Practice Course ) Type:Departmental Service 2000 -2001

Professional Affiliation

1994: Christian Medical and Dental Association

1994: American Academy of Family Physicians

1994: Ohio Academy of Family Physicians

Contact Information

Academic - The Christ Hospital/UC Family Medicine Residency
2123 Auburn Avenue
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45219
Phone: 513-585-0697
collindu@uc.edu