Jeffrey D. Davis
Third Vice President
Jeffrey D. Davis, DO, CMD is AOA board-certified in osteopathic family medicine and OMT, and is an American Board of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care certified medical director. He serves as the Chief Medical Officer of Scotland County Hospital, a rural critical access hospital, in Memphis, MO located in far Northeast Missouri.
Dr. Davis has been an active member of the osteopathic profession throughout his training and career. He was selected as a Wetzel Scholar by the Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (MAOPS) in 1998 while an osteopathic medical student at A.T. Still University – Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine where he received his DO degree in 2000. Dr. Davis completed an AOA-approved family medicine residency through Southern Illinois University Quincy Family Practice at Blessing Hospital in Quincy, IL. He was there from 2000-2003. He later served as Chair of the MAOPS Young Physician Committee. Throughout his tenure, he has served on every MAOPS committee. He served on the MAOPS Executive Committee for 5 years from 2014-2019 being elected as MAOPS President in 2017. In 2020, he was chosen by his peers as Missouri’s Osteopathic Physician of the Year. He has served as a Missouri delegate to the AOA House of Delegates for many years and became Missouri’s caucus chair in 2019. As a past president, he is currently a trustee on the MAOPS board and is chair of their education committee. Prior to his election to the AOA BOT, Dr. Davis participated as a member of the AOA’s Council on Regulatory and Economic Affairs.
Professionally, Dr. Davis also serves as the Medical Director of three nursing homes, two ambulance districts and three rural health clinics in Northeast Missouri. He was elected and serves as Coroner of Scotland County, Missouri since 2013.
Dr. Davis enjoys living on a farm just outside of Memphis with his wife, Trinity. They have two grown daughters, Sadie and Clara. He enjoys farming, hunting and cycling in his free time.Back to Leadership