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Foster Allen Duzan

Foster Allen Duzan, French physician assistant. Certified physician assistant. Recipient Extreme Hazardous Duty award United States Department Justice, 1989, Isolation Duty award United States Public Health Service, 1990, Purple Heart United States Navy, 1993. Lieutenant United States Navy/United States Public Health Service, 1988-1990. Fellow American Association Physician Assistants, Military Officers Association.

Background

  • Duzan, Foster Allen was born on June 20, 1952 in Paris, Illinois, United States. Son of Robert Allan Duzan and Oma Jewell (Campbell) McCrocklin.

  • Education

    • AS, Danville (Illinois) Community College, 1976. Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, University Arizona, 1984. Master in Science Clinical Pharmacy, University Arizona, 1988.

      Bachelor in Medical Science, Alderson Broaddus College, 1987.

    Career

    • Commissioned medical officer, Central Intelligence Agency, Nairobi, Kenya, 1990-1993;physician assistant Emergency, Intensive Care Unit, Sedan (Kansas) City Hospital, 1993-1994;physician assistant rural health, South Texas Rural Health, Carrize Springs, 1994-1995;physician assistant rural health, Abilene (Texas) Regional Medical Center, since 1995. Clinical preceptor Baylor College Medicine, Houston, 1995, Southwest Texas College Medicine, Dallas, 1996.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Lieutenant United States Navy/United States Public Health Service, 1988-1990. Fellow American Association Physician Assistants, Military Officers Association.

    Personality

    Interests

    Avocations: hunting, shooting sports, raising champion dairy goats and exotics.

    Connections

    • Married Beth Ann Williamson, January 24, 1987. Children: Isaiah Bryan, Elisha William.
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    Born June 20, 1952
    (age 65)