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Dr. Casey Ryan was born, grew up, and lives in Grand Forks, ND.
He is one of five children of farmer/-businessman Jerry Ryan and
Sanny. He graduated from Grand Forks Central High School in 1967
and went on to Colorado College where he graduated Cum Laude and
Phi Beta Kappa in 1971. He also starred in athletics, both in High
School and College.
His undergraduate medical training was at the University of
Colorado where he graduated Summa Cum Laude and AOA in 1975. His
Internal Medicine Residency was at the Mayo Graduate School of
Medicine which he completed in 1978. He was awarded the Internal
Medicine Travel Award as a resident. He passed his Internal
Medicine Boards in 1978. Following Residency he spent a year at the
University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand as a registrar where he
focused on Endocrinology. Following that he returned to Grand Forks
and joined the Grand Forks Clinic (now part of Altru Health System)
as a staff physician.
While in Rochester, Dr Ryan met and married Beverly Brandt. They
have five children.
He has been an active supporter of the ACP and became a Fellow
in 1988. He was chair of the ND-ACP Annual Meeting Committee for
In addition to being an outstanding clinician, Dr Ryan has
continued in a leadership role. He has been very active in teaching
at the UND School of Medicine. At UNDSoM he has received teaching
awards and served as an Assistant Dean. He has been very involved
with the Diabetes Societies and served as the President of the ND
Affiliate, ADA both in 1984-5 and 1994-5. Most prominent is his
leadership in the Grand Forks medical community. He was a Board of
Directors member and President of the GFC on several occasions. He
has served as the President of the Altru Health System since its
inception in 1997.
For his leadership, personal qualities, and service to the ACP
and the patients of North Dakota we feel Dr Ryan is an outstanding
recipient of the ACP's Laureate Award.