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dually accredited
The Family Medicine Residency Program is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), the American Medical Association (AMA), and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
 

faculty

Our program faculty is comprised of the director, an assistant director, and seven faculty physicians, all of whom are board certified in family medicine. In addition the clinics are staffed with two behavior scientists and four mid-level providers. Practicing family physicians from Carbondale and the surrounding area are part-time supervising faculty.

Seminars and conferences sponsored by the SIU Family Medicine Residency Program-Carbondale and by the Memorial Hospital of Carbondale are scheduled weekly. Community physicians, faculty, and residents present. Topics include medical ethics, practice management, behavioral science, and clinical case presentations as well as formal medical, surgical, pediatric, and obstetrical lectures and discussions.

Quincy O. Scott, Jr. D.O., director of the SIU Family Medicine Residency Program-Carbondale. He completed his family medicine residency at the SIU Family Medicine Residency Program-Carbondale in 1993. Dr. Scott received his medical degree from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Chicago, Illinois. After residency, Dr. Scott was in the solo practice in Hillsboro, Illinois. He is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians. He is an American Academy of Family Physicians fellow,serves as Osteopathic director, Director of Medical Education, and Director of Student Medical Education of Kirksville OPTI.
   

Sharon Smaga, M.D., assistant director and director of Undergraduate and Graduate Affairs of the SIU Family Medicine Residency Program-Carbondale, obtained her medical degree from the University of Chicago. After completing her residency at the SIU Family Medicine Residency Program-Carbondale, Dr. Smaga practiced with the Family Practice Specialty Center in Cape Girardeau for two years. Dr. Smaga is board certified in family medicine, CAQ certified in Geriatrics, and a full-time faculty member of the SIU School of Medicine.

   

Andy Yochum, D.O., A ndy Yochum, D.O., assistant professor of clinical family and community medicine at SIU Family Medicine Residency Program-Carbondale. Dr. Yochum completed his family medicine residency at the SIU Family Medicine Residency Program-Carbondale. He received his medical degree from Andrew Taylor Still Universíty of Health Science-Kírksville College of Osteopathie MedicineCollege of Medicine.  Dr. Yochum is a board certified family physician. 

   

Jon Humphrey, M.D., Assistant Professor of Clinical Family & Community Medicine, is Associate Director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship, Chief of Sports Medicine and Team Physician for SIU Athletics.and a team physician for John A.Logan College. He received his medical degree from SIU and completed his Family Medicine residency at SIUC's Springfield program. Dr.Humphrey was a Family Medicine physician in Waupun, Wisconsin prior to relocating to southern Illinois. He recently completed a Sports Medicine fellowship in Carbondale and is Board-Certified in Family Medicine with a CAQ in Sports Medicine. He is a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, American College of Sports Medicine and American Academy of Family Physicians.

   

Sara Malone, M.D.,assistant professor of clinical family and community medicine at SIU Family Medicine Residency Program-Carbondale. Dr.Malone completed her family medicine residency at the SIU Family Medicine Residency Program-Carbondale in 2010. She also received her medical degree from University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria in 2006.

   

Kyaw Naing, M.D./Ph.D., associate director of Outreach Services of SIU Family Medicine Residency Program-Carbondale, received his medical degree from the Institute of Medicine I, Rangoon, Burma. Dr. Naing completed his residency at the SIU Family Medicine Residency Program-Carbondale. He is a board-certified family physician and a full-time faculty member.

   
Scott Schonewolf

Scott Schonewolf, D.O., Director of Sports Medicine at the Family Medicine Residency Program, physician at SIU student Health Program and Assistant Team Physician at SIU. Dr. Schonewolf received his medical residency at Harrisburg Family Practice Residency in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He completed his Sports Medicine fellowship at Utah Valley Sports Medicine and Family Practice and is Board-certified in Family Medicine with a CAQ in Sports Medicine.

Kushan Moonesinghe, M.D., Assistant Professor of Clinical Family & Community Medicine at SIU Family Medicine Residency Program - Carbondale. He completed his family medicine residency at SIU Family Medicine Residency - Carbondale and graduated from AUC School of Medicine in St. Maarten, N.A. Dr. Moonesinghe holds a master's degree from Boston University and pursued undergraduate studies at Trinity College in Hartford, CT.