Orson Austin, Fellowship Class of 1995, is Associate Professor at University of Cincinnati.
Austin is dedicated to community and global health. He’s been on multiple healthcare mission trips to Haiti and was able to see more than 200 patients on his last visit.
As an Associate Professor at the UC College of Medicine, Austin teaches medical students and resident physicians at UC Health and Christ Hospital along with his clinical care responsibilities. Austin understands the significance of teaching the next generation of physicians—and the impact it can have on future patients. Recognizing the aging population is growing, he is involved in geriatric care teaching and a geriatric Fellowship fellowships to ensure that future physicians are prepared to care for older patients.