Alice Boshoven, MD, was recently named medical director of Vida Medical Clinic and Support Services.
As medical director, Boshoven, MD, oversees clinic policies and procedures to ensure Vida medical staff are providing the highest professional standard of care. She also reads the clinic’s ultrasounds, supports the medical team members and provides oversight of the medical aspects of the clinic’s operations.
“Since joining Vida as medical director in January, Dr. Boshoven has gone above and beyond to assist Vida’s nurses with collaboration regarding clinic and patient workflows, up-to-date treatment recommendations and best practice leadership in order for our patients to receive gold-standard care,” Vida Nurse Manager Heidi Weiland, RN, said. “It is a privilege to work with Dr. Boshoven, and we are thankful for this new partnership.”
Boshoven, MD, also practices at Mosaic Family Health in Appleton and has affiliations with multiple Ascension hospitals in the Fox Valley. She is board certified in family medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine. Boshoven, MD, completed her residency at Fox Valley Family Medicine. She earned her doctor of medicine at the University of Wisconsin – Madison and her bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor.
Boshoven, MD, steps into the medical director role following the retirement of Mark Fautsich, MD, who served as Vida Medical Clinic and Support Services medical director for more than a decade.
Vida is an Appleton-based free medical clinic and support services organization that provides free medical care, support services, material support and youth outreach programming. Every year, Vida provides care to and serves thousands of women, men and families, including free pregnancy testing; ultrasound imaging; Pap, pelvic and breast exams; STD testing and treatment for women and men; support services to pregnant women and parents of infants and young children; material support through its onsite store with free diapers, clothes, baby items, and more; and youth and young adult outreach through a sexual education and integrity program. While many Vida patients and clients are from the Fox Valley and northeast Wisconsin region, Vida served individuals from more than 140 communities in Wisconsin in 2020.