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NEW DOCTOR JOINS CURRY HEALTH NETWORK MEDICAL CENTER

Dr. David G. White Jr. has joined the Brookings Medical Center of the Curry Health Network as a family practice physician.

White, 65, comes to Brookings from 24 years in private family medicine practice, most recently 14 years at the New Freedom Medical Center in New Freedom, Penn.

A native of Washington, D.C., White holds bachelors and masters degrees from The American University in his home town, and a doctor of medicine from The Autonomous University of Guadalajara, Mexico.

He served an internship and surgical residency at Maryland General Hospital in Baltimore, a fellowship and surgical residency at Brooke Army Medical Center at Ft. Sam Houston in Texas, and a surgical residency at York Hospital in York, Penn.

A veteran of the U.S. Army, White's military service includes U.S. Army Special Forces, a surgical assistant at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., and chief of emergency medical services at Kirk Army Medical Center in Maryland.

Dr. White's career interests include family medicine, plastic and resconstructive surgery, and oncology research.

Outside of medicine, he is interested in art, writing, amateur radio, flying and sailing.

Brookings Medical Center is located at 585 Fifth St. in downtown Brookings. To arrange for appointments, call (541) 469-5377.

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