Bob Rauner, MD, MPH:
Prior to starting Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln, I spent 15 years working as a family physician taking care of rural and underserved populations. I started working on community health issues after seeing the toll on health that obesity was taking on my patients. My academic background is a bit varied consisting of a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Creighton University, a medical degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and a master's degree in public health from Johns Hopkins. I split my time between community health work here at Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln and working as medical director of SERPA ACO, a physician led accountable care organization with 10 clinics spread from Bellevue to McCook that take care of approximately 100,000 Nebraskans. My wife Lisa is also a family physician and I have 3 daughters that attend Lincoln Public Schools.