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Hilton Head Regional Healthcare Physician Inducted into University of Indianapolis Athletics Hall of Fame

Mar 17, 2020

Hilton Head, S.C. – March 18, 2020 – Hilton Head Regional Healthcare (HHRH) is excited to celebrate Dr. David Vormohr on his recent induction into the University of Indianapolis 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame. Dr. Vormohr has practiced in the Hilton Head Island and Bluffton communities since 2003. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Academy of South Carolina Physicians.Dr-and-Mrs-Vormohr-300-x-400

From the University: “Dave Vormohr ’86 lettered in football at UIndy in 1982, ’83, ’84, and ’85. In 1982, he participated in the Indiana North-South All Star Football Game and was named MVP for the North Team. At Indiana Central University, he was the Most Valuable Offensive Player in 1983 and 1984. In 1983, ’84, and ’85, he was on the First Team All-Conference (Academic) and the Second Team All-Conference in 1984. In 1984, he received the Bethlehem Steel Award for Excellence in Chemistry and Unity for Service National Exchange Club/Academic Athletic Award. In 1984 and ’85, he received the Walter Brenneman Memorial Sportsmanship Award and the Southside Exchange Club Award/Highest Index for the Year. In 1985, he received the Unity for Service National Exchange Club/Academic Athletic Award, Outstanding Student Award for Excellence in Biology, Kelso M. Reid Mental Attitude Award, was the co-winner for the Tony Hinkle Award, and team captain.”

Vormohr-at-UIndy-300-x-400The bio continues: “Vormohr broke ten school records and he was on pace to break more before an injury in 1985. He attended Indiana University Medical School and graduated in 1991, the Fort Wayne Medical Education Program in 1994, and the Methodist Sports Medicine Program in 1996. He is active in the community through Family/Sports Medicine in Hilton Head, South Carolina, the Holy Family Catholic Church Medical Ministry Outreach, community philanthropy children’s charities, and veteran’s organizations.” “I am so honored to be accepted into the University of Indianapolis sports Hall of Fame,” said Dr. Vormohr. “My four years as a quarterback were some of my most cherished memories paired with hard work and dedication! Having these times acknowledge by the University is extremely gratifying.”

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