Podcast | Southern Medicine | March 25, 2020

Fireside Chats with the Troops on the Frontline of COVID-19 Pandemic: Childhood Food Insecurity

SMA President Dr. Philip Hartman is joined by Dr. Holly Danneman who shares her experiences of working with GO Pantry, a nonprofit organization that provides food for children in Northern Kentucky when schools are not open. She offers insight into how these types of programs have been affected in multiple ways by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as physicians’ roles in feeding children within their communities.

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Originally from Southwest Ohio, Dr. Hartman received his bachelors of science in Biology at Wheeling Jesuit University in West Virginia and returned to the Cincinnati area for medical school at the University Of Cincinnati College of Medicine.  After medical school, he became a board certified Family Physician through training with St Elizabeth Healthcare of Northern Kentucky. He practices broad-based, integrative family medicine in an outpatient setting for infants through the elderly, performing numerous procedures, acupuncture for the treatment of pain and traditional Western medicine for other chronic disease states and ailments such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and drug addiction. He is passionate about providing for his patients’ needs with high quality, evidence-based care.
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Holly Danneman, MD, FAACP, is Assistant Director at Saint Elizabeth Family Medicine Residency Program and during her career, she has had the opportunity to practice academic, ambulatory, emergency, and inpatient/critical care medicine. In addition, Dr. Danneman serves as a board member for GO Pantry, a nonprofit organization that provides  food for hungry children in Northern Kentucky on days schools are not open.

GO Pantry: www.gopantry.org