MAJ John Kiel, DO, MPH, CAQ-SM

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Assistant Professor of Orthopedics & Sport Medicine
University of Florida - Jacksonville College of Medicine
Field Surgeon
256th Area Support Medical Company
Florida Army National Guard

Fellowship: University of Kentucky
Residency: State University of New York-Buffalo
Medical school: University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine

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