ABOUT FRANK BOEHM
Dr. Boehm's author credits include more than 200 scientific publications. He is the co-editor of Assessment of Care of the Fetus, a textbook in the specialty of maternal/fetal medicine, and serves as a reviewer of major scientific publications in his field. Dr. Boehm has spoken on his specialty at conferences in United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe and the Middle East. He is a member of the Vanderbilt Chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha, was awarded the Mead Johnson Award for Graduate Teaching, and in 1980 named Man of the Year by CABLE, an organization of Nashville business and professional women.
In 2000 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine's faculty presented Dr. Boehm with the Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching. In 2004 they also honored him with the establishment of the annual Frank H. Boehm Award for Excellence in Teaching for contributions to continuing medical education, of which he was the first recipient. In 2004 he was also honored by the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Department of OB/GYN with the establishment of the annual Frank H. Boehm Award for Excellence and Compassion in Perinatal Care.
In 1992 Dr. Boehm recognized the importance of helping patients understand the workings of the medical profession and the professionals in it, which lead him to pen a column in the Nashville Tennessean called "Healing Words" which he continues to do monthly.
Dr. Boehm's first book, Doctor's Cry, Too; Essays from the Heart of a Physician, published by Hay House, is available at your local bookstore or online at www.DoctorsCryToo.com.
He and his wife Julie reside in Nashville and Boca Raton, Florida. They have three children, Todd, Tommy, and Catherine .. and four grandchildren, Riley, Adam, Marly and Seth.
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