Steven was born in California but has lived throughout the various regions of the the United States including stops to Maryland, Ohio, Texas, and most recently Washington! He completed his medical school training at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, Texas. His interests in medicine include helping the underserved/international medicine, obstetrics, sports, inpatient medicine, and pretty much all the variety that the field of family medicine has to offer. His interests outside of medicine includes exploring cities/trails, amateur photography, NBA basketball, snowboarding, board/card games, and his favorite is seeing people live life filled with smiles!
Cameron Ingram, MD
Dr. Ingram grew up in Dayton, Ohio. He first met his now-wife, Laura, when they were placed in the same first grade class. They both attended the University of Cincinnati to pursue degrees in biomedical engineering. It was in college that he discovered his love for medicine, particularly through working with the homeless and underserved in Cincinnati. He hopes to practice full-spectrum family and community medicine while advocating for the poor and vulnerable. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, listening to jazz music, traveling, and spending time in nature with Laura and their beagle, Bowie.
Kelsey Lambrecht, MD, Rural Training Track
Dr. Lambrecht was born and raised in Tioga, North Dakota. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Mary, where she also ran cross country, and her medical degree at the University of North Dakota. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, golfing, running, spearfishing, and reading. Dr. Lambrecht intends to practice rural family medicine with an emphasis on women’s health and obstetrics.
Gianna Luchetti, MD
Dr Luchetti was born and raised on the South Shore of Massachusetts, and completed her undergraduate studies in Public Health at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She then attended the Frank H Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac in Connecticut. She has now traveled across the country for residency to experience Full Spectrum Family Medicine training. Her interests in medicine include; rural family medicine, women health, and emergency medicine. Away from work she likes to hike, cook, cross country ski, and spend time with friends.
Ellen Ouellette, MD, Rural Training Track
Dr. Ouellette was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona where she also attended undergrad and medical school at the University of Arizona. Bear down! She made her way to the inland Northwest to not only enjoy the weather and array of outdoor activities but also for the strong tradition of full spectrum family medicine in the state of Washington. She made the great trek north with her partner, Alex, and their two dogs and blind cat. She enjoys running and hiking with her dogs, as well as cycling, skiing, rock climbing and trying out new outdoor sports. She looks forward to training to become a full-spectrum rural family doc in Spokane and Colville.
John Monda, MD
Dr. Monda was born in Rochester Minnesota, but grew up in Wenatchee, Washington since he was 5 years old. He received his degree in Biochemistry from Washington State University. His wife moved with him to St Louis Missouri where he completed medical school at Saint Louis University. His long term goal is to provide primary care somewhere in Eastern Washington. His interests outside of medicine include hunting, fishing, hiking, woodworking, and all things outdoors, including disc golf.
Bill Quach, MD
Dr. Quach was born and raised in the Bay Area, California. He completed his undergraduate studies at University of California Davis before going to medical school at Ross University. In his free time, he enjoys photography, design and aesthetics, cycling, food and food reviews, playing the ukulele, woodworking, and car detailing.
Logan Villarreal, MD
Dr. Villarreal grew up in eastern Washington, where he spent his time with Legos, hiking mountains, and helping his dad fix irrigation pipes. While in school, he worked in video production in between classes. He received a degree in bioengineering from Walla Walla University, and spent a year in rural Honduras volunteering at a children's home and teaching elementary English before going to medical school at Loma Linda University in southern California. He enjoys hiking, photography, cooking, gaming, and time with friends and family.
Michael Woodruff, MD
Michael grew up in Spokane. During college, he studied business at Walla Walla University in southeast Washington. After a gap year of work and travel abroad he was fortunate enough to marry his wife Mindy and move to Loma Linda University in southern California where he earned his medical degree. He enjoys traveling internationally, going on road trips with his wife, making and drinking coffee, birding, photographing birds, camping and hiking. He and Mindy are very excited to be back in Spokane.