Dr. Kozlowski is board certified in Family Practice Medicine, and has been working for CIMA 2008.
Dr. Elizabeth Kozlowski grew up in the Lansing area. She graduated from Haslett High School where she played basketball, volleyball and softball. She was on the honor roll, and graduated in the top 10% of class. She then attended Albion College, receiving an academic scholarship. While at Albion, she played softball and basketball. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics.
She earned her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine/Midwestern University in Downer’s Grove, IL. She completed her internship and residency at Ingham Regional Medical Center in Lansing, MI. She was chief resident at Ingham.
Dr. Kozlowski is an assistant clinical professor at Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. During her years of practice she has been appointed Director of Family Practice Residency.
In the office, Dr. Kozlowski performs insertion (and removal) of both Intra Uterine devices (IUD) and the birth control method known as Nexplanon. She specializes in acne care, and is qualified to do joint injections. She has experience in Dermatology and Woman’s Health.
“I love taking care of women and babies. I feel that they are the core of the family and if I can hopefully inspire and teach healthy lifestyles…the rest of the family usually follow suit. I enjoy working with patients on preventive medicine and ‘alternative’ options.”
Dr. Kozlowski has three beautiful children, and loves to spend time playing with them. To revitalize herself, she enjoys gardening, cooking, horseback riding, and creating jewelry for her friends and family.