From Dr. Jake Oman:
"I grew up in a small town in Northeastern Utah. At a young age, I
was extremely interested in the mysteries of the human body, how it worked, and
how health affected our lives. I set my sights on becoming a physician and
helping people live their healthiest life.
of medical school, I pursued General Surgery. I absolutely loved my time while
training in General Surgery, but I greatly longed for the long-term
patient-to-doctor relationship, which is what initially drove me into medicine.
Through this realization, I made the difficult decision to leave General
Surgery, after 2 completed years, and pursue Family Medicine.
I genuinely love
the work I do, I care deeply for my patients, and enjoy being a part in helping
them live a long and healthy life.
I have been
married 17 years to my wife, and together we have a beautiful 8 year old
daughter. When we were contemplating our relocation, we both felt incredibly
inspired to be in Kentucky, and we look forward to the new adventures,
friendships and experiences to come!
We love camping, fishing, hunting, exploring, golfing, traveling,
time around a fire-pit, and any opportunity to make family memories!"
Midwestern University Department of Surgery Award (2015); Walter Braxie MD Fellowship Award (2018); Chief Resident- Mountain Vista Medical Center (2018-2019)