Emily Horn, DO, fell in love with family medicine while scribing for a family physician. The multitude of experiences in family medicine, a mix of acute treatment, preventative care, prenatal care, obstetrics, and long-term disease management is what drew her to family medicine. Her interests include obstetrics, women’s health, LGBTQ+ health, diabetes management, pediatrics, and osteopathic manipulative treatment. Emily hails from Rockford, a small town in central Minnesota. She has a passion for rural healthcare and the unique challenges and opportunities it brings, having worked in rural hospitals and clinics in Minnesota, Idaho, and South Dakota. Emily earned her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at Grove City College in Grove City, Pennsylvania. She is a SOMA Member, and a Student Member of the AAFP, AOA, and CMDA. She was also the President of the ICOM Chapter of the Christian Medical and Dental Association (20-21) and was inducted to Grove City College’s Tau Alpha Pi Theatre Honorary 2016. She enjoys sewing clothing and making costumes, knitting, baking, and playing tabletop games with friends.