USD Grad Named Chief Medical Officer for Sanford International Clinics
Boyens will manage medical care for Sanford International Clinic locations in the United States and abroad and ensure the implementation of Sanford’s clinical models at those sites. He replaces Pat O’Brien, M.D., who is retiring. Boyens, who has been a family medical physician with Sanford since 1998, will maintain his family medicine practice at Sanford's 49th and Oxbow Family Medicine in Sioux Falls.
Boyens received his undergraduate degree from Augustana University and is board certified in family medicine.
Sanford International Clinics launched in 2007 as an initiative to develop clinics in the United States and around the world in areas that lack adequate primary care services. There are currently three domestic locations and sites in China and Africa.
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