A Carroll doctor has been selected to serve as chair of the Iowa Board of Medicine. Dr. Kyle Ulveling, a cardiologist with the Iowa Heart Center at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, was elected by his peers during an organizational meeting on April 6 for a second consecutive term. Ulveling was first appointed to the board in 2015 and was selected by Gov. Kim Reynolds in March for his second three-year term effective May 1. Dr. KellyAnn Light-McGroary, of Solon, was re-elected to serve as vice chair for the coming year and Diane Cortese, an Urbandale attorney, was re-elected as secretary. The Iowa Board of Medicine consists of 10 members and licenses and regulates allopathic and osteopathic physicians and acupuncturists. Starting in 2019, the board will also license and regulate genetic counselors.