David Buzanoski, M.D. - Community Assistant Dean
Dr. Buzanoski was born and raised on a family-owned apple orchard in rural central Maine. Much of his formative years were spent picking & selling apples, jugging cider, and pruning trees. His father and brother still own and operate the farm to this day.
Dr. Buzanoski earned his medical degree from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in 2011. He trained in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula at the Marquette Campus. He was a recipient of the Gold Humanism Award and earned a certificate in the Rural Physician Program. Subsequently, he completed a combined residency at Maine Medical Center in 2016 where he served as the Pediatrics Chief Resident and the Internal Medicine/Pediatric Chief Resident.
Dr. Buzanoski is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and has been an engaged physician at MyMichigan Health. He has served on numerous committees at MyMichigan Health and is currently serving on the Pediatric Steering Committee and the Ambulatory Quality Workgroup.
Dr. Buzanoski has also been an engaged faculty and a Clinical Assistant Professor for MSU-CHM since 2017. He has mentored many students over the years, and was nominated and received the Outstanding Community Faculty award for the Midland Regional Campus in 2022. In addition, Dr. Buzanoski has served as the Campus Facilitator for the Rural Community Health Program (R-CHP).
Dr. Buzanoski and his wife Dr. Kristin Busch have two young boys, Benjamin and Oliver. They enjoy the outdoors and many activities in the region, including Midland’s City Forest and the Rail Trail. He is a sports fan and follows soccer and basketball and is also a die-hard Red Sox fan.
4611 Campus Ridge Drive
Midland, MI 48640