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Indian Hills Family Medicine Welcomes Dr. Lacia ChapmanPublished: Nov. 17, 2015
OMAHA – As a physician in the United States Army, Dr. Lacia Chapman provided medical care to members of the military and their families at Army locations in Virginia, Arizona, Washington and Talil, Iraq.
Now she is stateside and is the newest member of the family medicine team at Methodist Physicians Clinic Indian Hills.
Dr. Chapman is a graduate of New Mexico State University, and completed her medical training at Indiana University School of Medicine.
She completed her residency training at the Dewitt Army Community Hospital in Fort Belvoir, Va. She then spent two years at the Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center in Fort Huachuca, Arizona, where she served as the Officer in Charge of the Family Care Clinic, the largest clinic at the health center.
While stationed at Fort Huachuca, Dr. Chapman deployed to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn. While in Iraq, she oversaw the intensive care unit of a Combat Support Hospital and also conducted monthly mass casualty training for physicians and medical staff.
Her final military stop was at Joint Base Lewis-McChord with the 16th Combat Aviation Brigade for Madigan Army Medical Center, United States Army Medical Command. As a Major, she was flight surgeon and officer in charge of the medical clinic where she provided care to 600-plus service members and aviators.
During her military service, she was awarded the Operation Iraqi Freedom Campaign Medal, Operation New Dawn Iraq Campaign Medal, Army Commendation Medals and Army Achievement Medals.
For the past two years she has been a family medicine physician in the Bellevue community. She is board-certified and practices the full scope of family medicine to include adult and pediatric medicine, women’s health, dermatology, sports medicine, contraception including vasectomies, and minor surgical procedures.