Scott M. Ehresman, MD

Scott M. Ehresman, MD

Scott M. Ehresman, MD

Dr. Ehresman Headshot, MD

American Academy of Family
Physicians American Medical Association
Nebraska Medical Association

Dr. Ehresman received his undergraduate degree in biology from Phillips University in Enid, Oklahoma, and received his Medical Degree from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine in Omaha. He completed his residency in family medicine at the Lincoln Medical Education Foundation.

Dr. Ehresman was recently awarded the Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award from the UNMC for his work with the university and our students. He was also honored as the 2005 – 2006 Theodore H. Koefoot Jr., MD Outstanding Preceptor in Family Medicine for Nebraska. He enjoys patients of all ages, with special interests in family practice, obstetrics, pediatrics and sports medicine.

He enjoys many sports including tennis, golf, hunting, fishing, and most importantly, spending time with his family. Dr. Ehresman is the proud father of three grown children and grandfather of three grandchildren with one on the way, is a member of Rotary and active in his church. Dr. Ehresman has donated his time on a medical mission trip to Haiti.


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