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Oliver Bullock, DO

Years in Practice:

Twenty two years


Family Practice


American College of Osteopathic General Practitioners, 1989

Educational Media Specialist, 1970

Biology and General Science-Secondary Level Teaching, 1967


Pew Foundation Health Commission

Fetzer Foundation

State Board of Osteopathic Medicine

Faculty Appointment:

Associate Professor

Member of:

            Admissions Committee

            Discipline Committee

            Deans Search Committee

            Georgia School Administration Search Committee

Educational Background:

Medical School: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1978

Internship: Metropolitan Hospital, 1978-1979

Awards and Recognitions:

Christian and Mary Linbach Award for Distinguished Teaching, 2000

Carl Mansfield Award for Community Service, American Cancer Society, 2000

National Association of Health Care Executives Community Service Award, 1997

Community Service Award, Boy Scouts fo America, 1995

Family Physician of the Year, American College of Family Physicians, PA Osetopathic Medical Scoiety, 1994

Meta Christi Award for Excellence in Osteopathic Medicine, Student National Medical Association (SNMA), 1992

SNMA Mednto Award, 1991

Citation for Community Service, 2501 Health Care Services, 1987

Citation for Community Service, Mayor Wilson Goode, 1986

Superior Performance Award, National health Service Corps., 1981


Critical Challenges-Revitalizing the Health Professions for the Twenty First Century. Oliver C. Bullock with members of the PEW Health Commissions. December, 1995

“Teaching Communication Skills in Medical Schools and Residency Programs” Jourbal of Osteopathic Medicine. June, 1992

Radio and Television Appearances:

WCAU radio, Open Forum with Jack Riley, Osteopathic Medicine Today

Fetzer Radio Network, Osteopathic Physicians-the Difference

WDAS radio, Health Watch with Tamarin Henry, Sick and Shut-Ins in Need of Care

WDAS radio, Health Watch with Tamarin Henry, Prostate Cancer’s Threat to Black Men

WIFL television, Visions with Vernon Odum, A Doctor who Interacts with the Community

NBC Channel 10, Prostate Diagnostic Examination promoting Minority Cancer Awareness Week, April 18, 2005

Last Updated: 7/7/14