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John Newland Redwine, American Physician. Diplomate American Board of Family Practice. Recipient achievement award, Upjohn Pharmaceutical Company, Kansas City, 1978, Silver Beaver award Prairie Gold Area Council, Boy Scouts American, 1997, Public.Ofcl. award Siouxland District Health Department, 1998.


Redwine, John Newland was born on October 28, 1950 in Pratt, Kansas, United States. Son of Albert Herold and Joyce Nadean (Durall Redwine.


Bachelor with honors, University Kansas, 1972. Certified medical technology, University Texas at Houston, 1974. Doctor of Osteopathy, University Medicine and Bioscis., Kansas City, Missouri, 1978.


Intern University Hospital, Center for Health Sciences, Kansas City, Missouri, 1978-1979. Family practice resident Siouxland Medical Education Foundation, Sioux City, Iowa, 1979-1981. Medical director Morningside Family Practice, 1981-1995.

Vice president St. Luke's Health Systems, Inc., 1995-2001. Primary care physician Community Based Outpatient Clinic Department Veterans Affairs, 2001—2004. Member Iowa Senate from 2nd district, 1996—2003.

Member medical staff Sioux Falls Veterans Administration Medical Center, South Dakota, 2002—2004, Fayetteville Veterans Administration Medical Center, Arkansas, 2004—2007. Chairman Siouxland Institutional Review Board, 2002—2004. Senior aviation medical examiner Federal Aviation Administration, 1979—1995.

Clinical lecturer Iowa University College Medicine, Iowa City, 1983—1995. President Siouxland Medical Education Foundation, 1982—2001. Past chairman family practice St. Luke's Regional Medical Center, Sioux City, Iowa, president-elect, Iowa, 1993—1995.


Everybody can reach the love of God. Salvation is for everyone who turns to God.


Church members should support and resourcing their institutions to reflect on political issues in the light of Christian faith.


Bible is the primary source of theology and doctrine, with three others being tradition, reason and experience.


Past vice president Prairie Gold Area council Boy Scouts American, Sioux City, board directors Mid.Am. council, 1984-2004. Board directors New Perspectives, Inc., 1996-2002, Sioux City Community School District, 1994-1997, Crittenton Center, 2000-2004, Morningside College, 2000-2004. Elected 2d district Iowa Senate, 1996-2003, assistant majority leader, 1998-2002, deacon Covenant Presbyterian Church, PCA, since 2009.

Fellow American Academy Family Physicians. Member American Medical Association, American Osteopathic Association, Iowa Medical Society, Woodbury Medical Society (past president), Flying Physicians Association, Christian Medical & Dental Association.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: flying, politics.


Married Barbara Ann Bomgaars, December 27, 1975. Children: John Newland II, William Merritt, Adam Boone.