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Thank you for visiting my website! I am Joey Johnson, a fourth-year osteopathic medical student. I write articles for several publications, guest speak at various venues, maintain this website and have authored several books. Recently, I was elected AMSA (American Medical Student Association) President for the 2017-2018 year. After serving my term in AMSA, I will begin a residency. Upon completing my residency in Family Medicine, I plan to practice in a rural area, remain very active in politics, and continue writing/guest-speaking about relevant issues in healthcare and social justice.
In the meantime, I hope you find a plethora of information, entertainment, and wisdom on this site! Please do not hesitate to send me feedback about it as well. This is my personal project and above all, I want it to be HELPFUL!
The purposes of this website are: 1) To seek funds for my medical school/training and my Free Healthcare/Wellness projects through my organization (JOSS Care); 2) To serve as a resource center for various students (college, medical, nursing students, etc.) and ; 3) To serve as an occasional blog page of mine – for whenever I feel froggy and just want to write what’s on my mind; 4) To serve as a site for selling my books, products, or services
*Disclaimer* Please notice that I am currently a medical student and NOT a PHYSICIAN. Therefore, the “DO” post-fixed to my name in the URL address is NOT indicative of a degree that I hold yet, but it is indicative of the degree that I will one day hold (in particular, when I graduate from LMU-DCOM in May, 2017). I do NOT want to mislead anyone by the URL address title.
Why then am I using this website URL? Quite simply, because I was able to purchase it for cheap now, and upon graduating, I will be able to continue using this same website URL and never have to change it! Try seeing how many “Joey Johnson” websites and people there are out there, and you’ll understand why I snatched this domain up now while I could =) Thanks for reading!