Broadlawns Physician Selected for Third Term
March 19, 2013
Mandi tapped again by Governor for Board of Podiatry
Des Moines, IA – March 2013 – Denise Mandi, DPM, Section Chief of Foot and Ankle Surgery at Broadlawns Medical Center, was reappointed to the Iowa Board of Podiatry by Iowa Governor Terry Branstad. Dr. Mandi was originally appointed to the board by Governor Culver in 2007 and with this new appointment will be beginning her third term May 1, 2013.
“I am honored to be asked to continue in my service of ensuring the integrity and standards of the licensed podiatrists in this state,” said Dr. Mandi. “Foot and ankle health plays such an important role in overall quality of life, and the Iowa Board of Podiatry is committed to promoting the public health, welfare and safety through the work of this board.”
Dr. Mandi will be joined by podiatrists Dr. Tara Decker-Brock of Dubuque and Dr. Gregory Lantz of Cedar Falls.
The Iowa Board of Podiatry is responsible for maintaining the quality of podiatric medical care and protecting public safety in the state through licensing, continuing education and disciplining of podiatric practitioners. The board members are appointed by the governor to three-year terms.
Broadlawns Medical Center first opened its doors as a hospital to the residents of Polk County in 1924. Over the years, Broadlawns has adapted to the changing demands of public health care, yet remained true to its mission of offering quality health services to all Polk County residents and training tomorrow’s health care professionals. Today Broadlawns Medical Center is composed of:
- An acute care community hospital serving medical, surgical, mental health and primary care needs.
- A 60-member physician practice overseeing numerous specialty clinics and outpatient services.
- A Family Medicine Residency Program that graduates physician leaders who today serve in 22 of Iowa’s 99 counties.
For more information visit www.Broadlawns.org.
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