Cashman Becomes First Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine to Lead the Spartanburg County Medical Society

Dr. Jeff Cashman elected president of the Spartanburg County Medical Society

Spartanburg, S.C. — Dr. Jeff Cashman, a member of the South Carolina Osteopathic Medical Society (SCOMS), was elected president of the Spartanburg County Medical Society and took office on December 7. He is the first Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) to serve in this capacity.

“Dr. Cashman has the distinct pleasure of being the first Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine to serve as president of the Spartanburg County Medical Society and he will do an exceptional job,” said Tammy E. Whaley, executive director of SCOMS. “This role provides Dr. Cashman an excellent opportunity to serve his community and to help bring awareness to osteopathic medicine and to VCOM Carolinas.”

Cashman is the Associate Dean for OMS 4th year and Graduate Medical Education at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine Carolinas (VCOM Carolinas) in Spartanburg. He previously practiced family medicine at the Mary Black Family Medical Center. Cashman serves on the Board of Trustees for the South Carolina Medical Association and serves as team physician for Spartanburg High School Vikings.

“I am excited to lead the Spartanburg County Medical Society and continue the efforts of advocacy for all physicians in the county,” said Cashman. “I am proud of my membership to the South Carolina Osteopathic Medical Society and hopes to continue collaboration in my roles with the Spartanburg County Medical Society as well as the South Carolina Medical Association.”

Dr. Rick Orr, former chair of surgery at VCOM Carolinas, pictured here with his wife Lib, turns over the role of president of the Spartanburg County Medical Society to Dr. Jeff Cashman, associate dean for OMS-4 and Graduate Medical Education at VCOM Carolinas

Cashman earned a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) from the Georgia Campus of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed a residency at AnMed Health Family Medicine Residency Program. He earned a master’s of science in epidemiology from the Medical University of South Carolina and a bachelor’s of science in industrial engineering from Clemson University.

For more information, contact Dr. Jeff Cashman at (864) 327-9847.

 

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About the author : Tammy Whaley

Tammy E. Whaley is the executive director of the South Carolina Osteopathic Medical Society (SCOMS).

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