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John P. Hall, DO, FACS

John P. Hall

Dr. Hall is a native of Cape Girardeau and a third-generation physician. He graduated from Central High School, The University of Missouri Columbia, and received his DO degree from the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in 1979. While at KCUMB he was a member of Lambda Omicron Gamma medical fraternity and was inducted into Sigma Sigma Phi National Osteopathic Medical Honor Fraternity. He then did both his general surgery and urology training at the Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City. He served as chief resident his final two years and finished in July 1984. He and his wife Jerre Ann and their 2 children, John Paul Hall II, and Juliann Kane Hall moved to Cape Girardeau immediately upon completion of his residency in July 1984 where he joined Drs. William Terry and J. Russell Felker at Cape Girardeau Urology Associates.

Dr. Hall was the first Osteopathic physician ever certified by the American Board of Urology and the first Osteopathic physician to be inducted into the American College of Surgeons. He is also a member of the American Urological Association, the South Central Section of the AUA, the Missouri State Medical Association, and the Cape Girardeau County Area Medical Association. He has been active at both local hospitals serving on multiple committees through the years and including being Chairman of the Department of Surgery at St. Francis Medical Center and Chief of Urology for Southeast Missouri Hospital. He also served as president of the Cape Girardeau County Area Medical Association. For 20 years, he was the regional director of medical education for the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine medical student program where third and fourth-year medical students would spend their final two years of medical school.

Dr. Hall and his wife Jerre Ann have been very active in the community through the years. They have two children, JP II, and Juliann who are both now working in the health care field. Jerre has been a teacher and is very active with the Mississippi Valley Therapeutic Horsemanship program in Cape. Dr. Hall spent many years in youth sports including a 19-year stint as the Jackson Indian football and wrestling team physician. Dr. and Mrs. Hall are both active pilots having landed in all 48 continental United States as well as Canada, Mexico, the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, and the Turks and Caicos. Dr. Hall has served as national president of The Flying Physicians Association, an educational and charitable association. Today they live on a VERY SMALL farm raising horses, dogs, and grandchildren when they can. They are the very proud grandparents of six grandchildren and unbelievably two great-grandchildren.