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Aug 2009Present

Attending Ob-Gyn

Ohio Women's Health Partners

In-house attending OBGYN at Grant Medical Center Resident education and supervision in all aspects of inpatient care.. This includes Family practice and OBGYN Residents 


Sep 1993Jun 1997

Doctor of Osteopathy

Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Disabled American Veterans (DAV)

I am proud to support Disabled American Veterans, a nonprofit organization devoted to helping disabled veterans and their families as they struggle to rebuild their lives. Founded in 1920, DAV was originally created to help World War I veterans who had undergone life-changing wounds while overseas. Twelve years later, DAV was congressionally chartered to become the official voice of all wartime disabled American veterans. Today, DAV is working with many brave citizens returning from Iraq and Afghanistan and advocating on their behalf. Each year, DAV helps over 200,000 veterans and their families file claims and receive deserved benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense. DAV relies heavily on its network of 1.2 million members around the nation to achieve its aims. These volunteers are instrumental in activities ranging from picking up veterans and transporting them to medical facilities to bolstering morale and carrying on grassroots advocacy efforts. In order to sustain enthusiasm for supporting disabled veterans, DAV has offered a Jesse Brown Memorial Youth Scholarship since 2000 and has awarded 87 scholarships, totaling $578,000, over the past decade. Jesse Brown was a United States Marine who suffered from a serious gunshot injury while in DaNang, Vietnam. Two year later, Brown joined DAV and became a Supervisor in the DAV National Service Office. Brown was soon promoted to Supervisor of the DAV National Appeals Office at the Board of Veterans Appeals and climbed the ranks, and he was eventually named the Executive Director of the DAV National Service and Legislative Headquarters. In 1993, President Clinton appointed Brown the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, granting him the ability to change the lives millions of veterans around the nation. Brown tragically died of Lou Gehrig’s disease in 2002, but DAV continues his memory through a scholarship awarded to outstanding young DAV volunteers.

Professional Organizations

American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology American Osteopathic Association American Medical Association Ohio State Medical Association American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists 


A native of Ohio, Dr. Patrick Muffley graduated from Jackson High School in June 1988 and enrolled at Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio, in September 1988. For the next four years, Dr. Patrick Muffley pursued a wide range of undergraduate studies at Otterbein College, ultimately declaring his major in chemistry. During this time, Dr. Patrick Muffley served as a Teaching Assistant in chemistry for his fellow undergraduates and also tutored students in the Otterbein College Department of Nursing. In addition, Dr. Patrick Muffley received the Honors Scholarship, was on the Mortar Board for the National Honor Society, served as Chapter President of the Alpha Epsilon Delta National Health Preprofessional Honor Society, held membership in the Sigma Zeta National Science and Mathematics Honor Society, and was a frequent presence on the Dean’s List at Otterbein College. In June 1992, Dr. Patrick Muffley graduated from Otterbein College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. Following his years at Otterbein College, Dr. Patrick Muffley gained admission to the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky, where he spent one year performing Ph.D.-level work in Biochemistry. At the end of this period, Dr. Patrick Muffley returned to Ohio to enter the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens. As a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine candidate, Dr. Patrick Muffley maintained an excellent academic record, regularly appearing on the Dean’s List; serving Sigma Sigma Phi National, the honorary osteopathic service fraternity; and receiving the Health Professions Scholarship. Prior to his 1997 graduation from the College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Patrick Muffley earned additional honors for his paper, “Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A Case Report,” selected as one of the top 10 student papers in the state. After medical school, Dr. Patrick Muffley began a transitional internship through the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth in Virginia. Over the years, working for the United States Navy and various clinics across America, Dr. Patrick Muffley established a specialty in obstetrics and gynecology. Today, Dr. Patrick Muffley lives and works in Columbus, Ohio, where he is engaged in private practice at Embody Wellness Obstetrics & Gynecology.