Sara Irene Zoesch, MD

Sara Irene Zoesch, MD, Major, Army

Name: Sara Irene Zoesch, MD, Major, Army

USU Department of Primary Appointment: 
Pediatrics
Title: 
Director GME Outpatient Pediatrics
Faculty Rank: 
Assistant Professor
Location: 
Darnall Army Medical Center, Ft Hood, TX

Research Interests:
ADHD, Anxiety, Depression in Children
Resident and Medical Student Teaching

Office Phone: 
(254) 553-2751

Education

Residency – Internal Medicine - Pediatrics
Case Western Reserve University, Metrohealth Medical Center
Cleveland, Ohio Jan 2010 – Feb 2014

Doctor of Medicine – Ross University School of Medicine
Degree granted October 31, 2009

Bachelor of Science – Biology; Minor Classical Studies Latin Emphasis
St. Norbert College; DePere, Wisconsin 1999 – 2002
Degree granted May 12, 2002

Board Certification
American Board of Pediatrics
October 2014
American Board of Internal Medicine
August 2016

Biography

I am a very energetic person, always willing to give a hand. I came into the military as a direct ascension in February 2014 after completing an Internal Medicine - Pediatrics residency with Case Western Reserve Metrohealth Medical Center and working as an MD consultant to the Metrohealth Simulation Center between residency and coming to active duty. During my short time as a Soldier, I have served many different roles. I have been a primary care pediatrician, a pediatric hospitalist and embedded during doing both of these roles I provided specialty care to the Internal Medicine clinic. After a year of service I deployed first to Germany for 90 days to provide medical support to the Defense Personal Accounting Agency looking for remains of SM who died in WWII. Directly after that I deployed for a 9 month tour to serve as the battalion surgeon for the 3-61 CAV, 2IBCT out of Fort Carson serving as the head of the Role I station at New Kabul Compound. Upon my return from that deployment and completing the Captains Career Course, I resumed working in the pediatrics department and the ER urgent care clinic to provide urgent care support to both departments while taking over the GME activities for the pediatrics department clinical rotators. Since April of this year I have been serving as the brigade surgeon for 3rd ABCT, 1CD while continuing the GME activities. Teaching is my passion and I love to share medicine with students and residents alike.