Family Medicine Residency Coordinator
624 E. Front Ave.
Spokane, WA 99202
P (509) 626-9900
F (509) 626-9920
Family Medicine Residency Spokane has 32 residents who practice at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, the Family Medicine Residency clinic (Spokane Teaching Health Clinic) and in other locations.
Dr. Enghusen received her Doctor of Osteopathy degree at Pacific Northwest University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She grew up in Vancouver, WA and received her Bachelor’s of Science from Pacific University in Forest Grove OR. She graduated with a Master’s of Biomedical Science with a concentration in Stem Cell Biology and Neurobiology from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She has spent the past year doing a Transitional Rotation at Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree CO. Kristian enjoys drinking coffee, hiking with her dog, snowboarding and reading a good book with a glass of wine. She is interested in adding Obstetrics into her future practice and looks forward to gaining the experience needed. Dr. Enghusen embraces the osteopathic philosophy and is enthusiastic about continuing her residency journey with the Family Medicine program at Providence Sacred Heart.
Dr. Hendel is from Portland, OR and went to Univ. of Oregon for her undergraduate work. She has received her Masters in Education, taught high school science, and coached track & field for 8 years in Portland and West Africa before going back to medical school. She went to Western University of Health Sciences in Lebanon, OR. Her spare time is dominated by rivers, reading, tacos, travel, house projects, and updating her famous cat's Instagram account. Dr. Hendel wants to focus on providing culturally competent care: specifically meeting the unique needs of the LGBTQ population, the underserved, and the underinsured in the Northwest.
Dr. Jackson grew up on a dairy farm in northern Minnesota. She ventured far away to the land of corn fields to obtain her B.S. in Biochemistry from Iowa State University. She then attended medical school at the University of Minnesota – Duluth and participated in RPAP, a nine month rotation at a critical access hospital, where she fell in love with rural, full-spectrum family medicine. Outside of medicine, she is found adventuring outdoors (running, cycling, swimming, hiking, climbing, kayaking, bow hunting and skiing) or traveling the world.
Dr. Karim was born and raised in Southern California, but has always enjoyed the cooler weather and mountain scenery. He completed his undergraduate degree in Biology at Cal Poly Pomona, while coaching high school basketball and working in parks and recreation. He earned his medical degree from Western University of Health Sciences. He and his wife love to explore the outdoors. In his free time, you can find him hiking, road tripping, at the gym, or catching up on his beloved So Cal sports teams. Dr. Karim's love for athletics motivates him toward a future in sports medicine.
Dr. Kraeva grew up in a small town in Southwestern Russia and moved to Arizona with her family as a teenager. She received a B.S. in Nursing from the University of Arizona in Tucson. After working as an ICU nurse for a short while, she went back to her Alma Mater for an M.D. degree. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, traveling, cooking, boxing, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, and doing anything that involves the beach.
Dr. Pham was born in Vietnam and attended Rogers HS in Spokane. He completed his BS in Biology at Western Washington University received his Medical Degree from Creighton University School of Medicine. He enjoys being lighthearted, spending time with his family, playing the Viola, sports, and outdoors activities. Dr. Pham is excited to be trained in family medicine to connect with underserved patients and help facilitate the same opportunities of success that he had growing up in an environment with socioeconomic challenges.
Dr. Rall was born in Alaska and grew up moving from place to place as a military child; she has lived in Germany and several states in the US, but spent the most time in Alaska. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Alaska Anchorage, where she met her husband Shane. Together they completed medical school through the Alaska WWAMI program at the University of Washington School of Medicine, after which they Couples Matched in Family Medicine and Psychiatry. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing with her ferrets, horseback riding, rock climbing, fishing and camping, board game nights, and when time allows, snuggling up in a pile of blankets with a good book.
Dr. Repsold was born in Madrid, Spain, where his parents were missionaries at the time, but they moved to Spokane when he was four. He went to Whitworth University here for college, and then left for California to attend Medical School at Loma Linda University. He and his wife, Stacie (whom he met on a blind date) are excited to be back in Spokane. They enjoy camping, movies, food, church, reading, gardening, and spending time with their families.
Dr. Robinson was born and raised in Austin, Texas. He completed his undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology from Brigham Young University and attended medical school at the University of North Texas. Outside of medicine he enjoys hanging out with family and fellow residents, running, cycling, camping, and all other things outdoors. Dr. Robinson is interested in rural and international relief medicine.
Dr. Schultz was born in Germany and grew up as the third child of five, in a military family who moved many times and traveled all over the US and Europe. She attended college at James Madison University, studying Kinesiology. From there she explored the west coast and moved to Spokane to earn a MS in Exercise Physiology at WSU-Spokane. Primary care has always been her career goal. She attended Lincoln Memorial University for her medical degree, before returning to Spokane to complete residency. When not at work, she enjoys being active outside. Favorite past times include running, triathlon, soccer, skiing, camping, family time, and her most recent hobby—bow hunting.
Dr. Webber was born and raised in the Chicago suburbs. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Illinois at Chicago and medical school at the University of Pittsburgh. After spending many summers in the mountainous west with her family, she decided to move her puppy and rabbit across the country for residency. She likes to bake, garden, hike, and spend time with her family and friends.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
Casey completed his undergraduate at Gonzaga University. He then went on to medical school at the University of Washington-Spokane campus!
During Casey’s Family Medicine rotation he had an encounter with a baby that he had been in the delivery with 1 year prior. From that experience he identified that this exemplified the two qualities that he searched for in a medical specialty; lasting relationships with patients and a meaningful impact on patient health.
He loves that Spokane provides the opportunities of an unopposed community program as well as training at a tertiary medical center. Through his sub-I with us, he also found that FMRS has a supportive and collaborative environment, and align well with his goals of becoming a rural family physician in Eastern Washington.
Casey enjoys reading mystery novels and philosophy books. He loves playing basketball in Hoopfest and plays the Ukulele. His favorite song to play is “Over the Rainbow”.
Ivan completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Victoria in Castlegar, BC. He then went on to study medicine at Saint James School of Medicine Anguilla.
Ivan has had his interest captured in medicine by its humanity. Part of Ivan’s past experiences was working for five years n Wild Land Firefighting, which taught him his strong ability to work well in a team. He is passionate about health promotion and population health. He has been fortunate to have many travel experiences which have helped develop open mindedness and cultural competence.
Ivan loves to back country ski, surf and climb. He plays acoustic guitar and lead vocals in a band called “Yardsale”.
Ivan has recently obtained dual citizenship and will be joining our team in the Colville RTT.
Mara completed his undergraduate at University of Washington-Seattle. She then went on to medical school at the University of Washington-Spokane campus!
Mara went into medicine to fulfill her journey of service, and founded the medical school’s first educational equity service organization in Spokane. They worked to expand access for kids of color and low income to become the next generation of doctors. To Mara, Family Medicine means caring for human beings, not just pieces of them. This means seeing beyond systems to the complete person and understanding how culture and values inform care and gives medicine real power to heal. She dreams to stay in her beautiful hometown of Spokane!
Mara loves to travel and has been to many countries and National Parks. She plays on the soccer team, beach volleyball and likes tennis. She has had many years in tap and hip-hop and has coached middle school step teams. She enjoys local concerts, vinyl records and has played piano for 13 years.
Carrie completed her undergraduate studies at Whitworth University and went on to the University of Washington – Spokane campus for her medical degree studies.
Carrie’s interests in medicine peaked at an early age and she is passionate about building lasting relationships with patients and their local community. This leads to providing care to the underserved and having it become more of a joy rather than a burden.
Carrie grew up adjacent to the Tulalip Indian reservations and sent summers on the Colville Indian reservation and began her interest in serving Native communities at that time. In the future she plans to provide full-spectrum care for a diverse patient population in Eastern Washington, with a specific focus on rural Native communities.
Carrie enjoys gardening, baking, cooking, fishing, camping, hiking with her dogs and attending concerts.
Carrie will be joining our team in the Colville RTT.
Michelle did her undergrad at Heritage University & went to medical school at Pacific Northwest University.
Michelle truly believes that to be a great Family Medicine provider, one must have a servant’s heart. She believes hers was inherited from her family. Caring for others has become a part of who she is as a person. Family Medicine is a natural fit for Michelle.
Michelle enjoys golfing, gardening, waterboarding, snowboarding and cooking. She also loves to travel & exploring the world in the future. She also has a passion for learning new things and reading.
Parvita went to New York University and the University of California-Irvine for undergrad. She graduated from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in June 2018 and has been in a Transitional Year Residency program at Merit Health Wesley/TRI in Hattisburg, MS and will complete that program just prior to joining us.
Parvita has wanted to become a physician since the ninth grade when she was in biology class watching the “Life’s Greatest Miracle” PBS documentary. That was the moment when she was filled with awe and a sense of purpose and her passion for medicine was ignited. Her passion for medicine has led her to her dedication and determination to further advancing her training in Women’s health care. After residency she desires to work in a rural underserved area and be prepared for any type of obstetrical emergency.
Parvita enjoys Classical Indian dancing-Kathak and Bollywood dancing. She likes rock sport climbing, traveling and exploring new countries. She really enjoys watching Broadway musicals and Disneyland.
Emily attended the University of British Columbia for her undergraduate and Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine for her medical degree.
Emily believed she would someday become a specialist, until she was in a rotation in rural Colorado where she worked with two very passionate family physicians, who changed her career goal. Emily has been in the Rural and Wilderness Medicine Honors Track in school where she realized the need in the rural communities.
Emily grew up in the mountains, which have made her an avid outdoor enthusiast. She likes camping, hunting, fishing, and hiking in the summer and skiing in the wintertime. She was also fortunate to spend 5 years of her childhood in Chile, which instilled her early love of travel. She is also very passionate about cooking, using her creativity and giving her a social outlet.
Logan completed his undergrad at the Kansas State University and will receive his MD degree from the University of Kansas – Wichita in May.
Logan knew that family medicine was the specialty of choice for him at the beginning of his fourth year of medical school. He is looking forward to diversity in his patients, as well as their diseases. He is hardworking, dedicated and curious and embraces the challenge of medicine and getting to know and connect with his patients. His goal is to be comfortable handling every patient that walks through his office doors.
Logan enjoys hiking, camping, biking, running, fishing and hiking. He is also passionate about woodworking. He enjoys watching and cheering on Kansas State football and walking his dog.
Taylor received her BA in Biology and Theology from Carroll College in Helena, Montana and went to medical school at the University of Washington in the Idaho WWAMI track.
Taylor has had many experiences in her rotations that have led her to choose family medicine. She desires to provide longitudinal care and have well-formed relationships with her patients. After residency she wants to practice in a community that she can live in long-term and maintain continuity with her patients and provide full-spectrum care. Taylor was born and raised in northern Idaho, very near to Spokane.
Taylor’s hobbies include baking bread and desserts, outdoor recreation with her dog, gardening and watching college sports, especially basketball.
Drea attended UC Davis for her undergraduate studies and is completing her medical degree at the Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Drea has been on several global medical electives and those experiences have taught her that Family Medicine aligns with her goals of being culturally competent, preventative care focused and a rural integrative medicine doctor for the under-served. She loves procedures and is looking forward to providing full spectrum care.
Drea enjoys Yoga, Meditation, hiking, reading, dancing and art.
Mia completed her undergrad at Arizona State University and will receive her MD/MPH degree from the University of Arizona-Phoenix in May.
Mia grew up with an aunt who is a family physician in Mexico. She watched how many times her aunt’s services would be paid with tamales or tortillas, but no one was ever turned away and how she served her community. These experiences sparked her interest in medicine and a passion for service to this day.
Mia desires to serve the underserved and be involved in health promotion, team management and inter-professional models and hopes to be trusted by her patients, like her aunt has been.
Mia enjoys cooking, boxing, yoga, hiking, reading and playing the piano.
Carly completed her undergraduate at Walla Walla University. She then went on to medical school at Loma Linda University.
Carly loves everything from volunteering playing music to mountain hiking and her most meaningful moments are formed around relationships with people. She loves medicine and discovering that she is happiest when she is caring for the whole person. She knows that the ability to engage patients’ values in order to help them reach a healthier life is what makes Family Medicine special.
Carly enjoys scuba diving, aviation, geology and archaeology as well as sewing, Hiking, camping and astronomy.