Rob Rhodes, MD, installed as president of the Nebraska Medical Association

Photo #1: Dr. Rhodes (left) is installed as NMA President by Dr. Todd Pankratz. Photo #2: L-R Drs. J.B. Ketner, Rhodes, Bob Wergin, Pete Reynen, Greig Glover and Lisa Rauner. Photo #3: L-R Lisa and Greig Glover, Bob and Lisa Rauner, Lora and Rob Rhodes, J.B. and Carla Ketner, Camille and Pete Reynen.


Rob Rhodes, MD, of Lincoln -- a 1997 LFMP graduate -- was installed as 2017-18 president of the Nebraska Medial Association at its annual membership meeting and House of Delegates.

The event was held at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Lincoln. Dr. Rhodes is passionate about all aspects of health care as it affects the landscape in Nebraska. He earned his medical degree from the University of South Dakota School of Medicine and completed his family practice residency with the Lincoln Family Medicine Residency Program.

He is Board Certified with the American Board of Family Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice. Dr. Rhodes is also an adjunct instructor at UNMC and a clinical associate professor at The University of South Dakota, Sanford School of Medicine. He has served on many local, state and national boards and currently he serves on the national board of the Men’s - more - Health Network and is Founder/President Emeritus of Clinic with a Heart.

Dr. Rhodes is a past president of the Lancaster County Medical Society, has served as a delegate to the American Medical Association and is the Chair of the Nebraska Medical Association’s Section on Men’s Health. In August of 2017 Dr. Rhodes was named the Nebraska Academy of Family Physicians’ 2017 Nebraska Family Physician of the Year. In January of 2014 Dr. Rhodes completed the Kauffman Foundation Pipeline Entrepreneur Fellowship and also has served as Medical Director of Business Development/Innovation for The Physician Network. He has been featured on CNN, in Medical Economics and MONEY Magazine.

The Nebraska Medical Association was founded in 1868, and currently represents nearly 3,000 Nebraska physicians, residents, and students. The mission of the Nebraska Medical Association is to serve physician members by advocating for the medical profession, for patients and for the health of all Nebraskans.