Oakwood metropolis officers have named Dr. Stephen Enseleit to be the town’s subsequent health commissioner, in response to a press release launched Monday afternoon.
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Enseleit’s appointment grew to become official efficient Jan. 1, as he’ll change Dr. Richard Garrison, who served as commissioner from 2008 by way of 2018. The place is part-time, and Enseleit will likely be paid $four,200 per 12 months.
Oakwood operates its personal native health district, and the Oakwood Board of Health is established by the town constitution. The health commissioner is appointed by the town supervisor and stories to the board of health.
Enseleit is an emergency drugs doctor for Emergency Medicine Specialists, serving in affected person care all through the Kettering Health Network, and in a management position throughout the emergency division at Kettering Medical Center. He earned a bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and earned his MD from the University of Cincinnati. He is licensed by the American Board of Emergency Medicine.
City Manager Norbert Klopsch mentioned Enseleit understands easy methods to take care of the wants of the neighborhood.
“We are very pleased to appoint Dr. Enseleit to the Health Commissioner position and look forward to working with him in operating our local health district, and in addressing the public health issues that arise in our Oakwood community,” Klopsch mentioned. “Dr. Enseleit has strong credentials and, as a resident of Oakwood, has a good understanding of our community needs.”
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