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Sharon E. Oster, MD — Physician/Owner in Private Practice

Boise, ID — Sharon E. Oster, MD, is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as an Exceptional Healthcare Professional in the Medical field, acknowledging her outstanding work as a Physician/Owner of Oster Medical Group.

Having accrued over four decades of experience, Dr. Oster is a proven expert in the field of internal medicine and infectious diseases. Since 2006, she has prospered as the owner and physician at Oster Medical Group in Boise, ID.

Before beginning her own practice, the doctor operated with Saint Alphonsus Hospital from 1999 to 2006. She also served as Chief of the Infection Control Committee at a doctor’s hospital in Pinole, CA, from 1990 to 1998, with the AIDS clinics in Martinez and Oakland, CA, from 1985 to 1999, and as an assistant professor of medicine at the University of California at Davis from 1985 to 1989.

Dr. Oster began her career in 1985 after completing her residency at the Veterans Administration (VA) Medical Center in Martinez, where she was previously recognized with the Resident of the Year Award.

Prior to embarking on her professional journey, Dr. Oster completed a formal education beginning at the University of Colorado, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree with honors from The Phi Beta Kappa Society. She subsequently continued her studies at East Virginia Medical School, earning an MD in 1980. The doctor is a member of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM).

Adjacent to her primary professional duties, Dr. Oster also remains active as a civic-minded citizen in her community, volunteering with the Idaho Historical Society and participating as a flutist in the Canyon County Flute Orchestra and the Mulligan Capital City Band. Furthermore, she remains affiliated with several notable organizations, including the American Board of Internal Medicine and her respective state and county medical associations. To commemorate her accomplishments in the field, she was recognized with America’s Best in Medicine Award by the American Health Council in 2019.

Dr. Oster largely attributes her success to her talent for connecting with her patients, and she hopes to retire sometime soon.

In her spare time, Dr. Oster is an accomplished flutist and enjoys reading mysteries.

In light of this recognition, Dr. Oster wishes to honor the loving memory of her dear husband, David; her father, Robert; her mother, Caroline; and her grandmother, Ellen Evans. She would also like to acknowledge her daughter, Stephanie, and thank her for her love and support.

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