Jami Higdon Reaves, D.O., graduated from Dermatology Residency on June 30. A celebration was held on June 26 at Hualapai Mountain Resort attended by a small group of fellow residents, physicians, long-term co-workers, and most importantly, her husband, Brian, who has been her fundamental partner and support throughout the many years of her education. Reaves will sit for two national exams this fall to become board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Dermatology as well as the American Society for Mohs Surgery. Reaves' education has spanned over a 13-year period and has included: a BS degree in Pre-Professional Biology from Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, Ala., April, 2000; a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, Lewisburg, W.Va., May 2004; a Traditional Rotating Internship at Kingman Regional Medical Center, June 2005; one year of Family Medicine Residency at Kingman Regional Medical Center, June 2006; followed by her 3-year Dermatology Residency sponsored by Midwestern University/Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine MATRIX OPTI, June 2009. The 3-year Dermatology Residency was completed by Reaves under the program directorship of Don A. Anderson, D.O., Diplomate American Osteopathic Board of Dermatology, and Fellow American Society for Mohs Surgery. She chose to participate in this residency program for its education in medical and surgical dermatology training. She feels confident that she can deliver the highest quality of dermatologic care for her patients and will remain in Kingman to practice.