Each week he covers health issues from the multifaceted viewpoint of physicians, nurses, hospital administrators, government officials and most importantly patients. Some of the topics recently covered include colon cancer screening, heart disease, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, healthcare reform, women’s health, minority health disparities and many others.
Since 2013, Dr. David Doman has been the host and medical editor of Housecall, a show that focuses on different health care topics.
Dr. David Doman received his BA from New York University and his MD as a charter class member of the Eastern Virginia Medical School. He completed his internship/residency at the Yale Internal Medicine Program (Norwalk, West Haven, New Haven). Dr. Doman did a Fellowship in Gastroenterology at George Washington University School of Medicine where he is currently a Clinical Professor of Medicine. He is board certified in both internal medicine and gastroenterology.
Dr. Doman is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and the American College of Gastroenterology. He has multiple publications in the medical literature and has delivered over 300 CME lectures nationally and internationally. Dr. Doman has served for the past 16 years as course director/co-faculty of the annual 14 hr CME course “Update in Gastroenterology” held on different international cruises. He is an Editorial Advisory Board member of the peer reviewed journal “Gastroenterology and Hepatology.”
Dr. Doman practices consultative gastroenterology with his group Montgomery Gastroenterology located in Silver Spring, MD. He has been married for 42 years with 3 children and 3 grandchildren. His hobbies include running, biking, swimming, and traveling. He also enjoys creative writing, having published two novels “National Pastime” and “Heartbeat.” In 1994 Dr. Doman was also a candidate for Maryland 8th Congressional district.