Program Director, Phoenix Baptist FMRP
Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Arizona
Adjunct Professor, Midwestern University
Undergraduate School: California State University, Fresno, California
Medical School: University of California at Irvine, California
Residency: Phoenix Baptist Hospital FMRP, Phoenix, Arizona (Chief Resident)
Fellowship: Faculty Development Fellowship, University of Arizona College of Medicine
Fellowship: National Institute of Program Director Development, AMFRD
Fellowship: Vanguard Leadership Academy, Vanguard Healthcare Corporation
Clinical Interests: Obstetrics, Neonatology, Women's Health, Practice Management, Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Arizona College of Medicine
Dr. Orm was born and raised in California. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Chemistry at California State University - Fresno, then her medical degree at the University of California - Irvine, College of Medicine. She pursued a residency program in Family Medicine - specifically seeking a small, unopposed community program. This pursuit led her to Phoenix, which was a perfect destination given she and her husband's love of outdoor activities. She attended the Phoenix Baptist Family Medicine Residency Program, acting as Chief Resident in her final year, and earning the resident teaching award.
After residency, she took a position in a Phoenix Baptist Outpatient Clinic where she spent time practicing full-spectrum Family Medicine including inpatient and obstetrics. Her career plan was to become full-time faculty and she accepted a faculty position at Phoenix Baptist, eager to teach and give back to the program. She and her husband, Brent are the proud parents to a daughter and son (and various housepets). This busy Mom/Wife/Doctor takes on Rim-to-Rim Grand Canyon hikes and competes in Triathlon.
Dr. Orm's clinical interests include Obstetric and Newborn care, Women's Health issues (especially for underserved) and Practice Management with an emphasis on Billing, Coding and Documentation. She firmly believes in preserving and teaching the full spectrum capabilities of the family physician, so that graduates of the program can practice in any setting and man the frontlines of any healthcare reform plan.