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Class of 2021

Antonina Callahan, MD

Antonina Callahan, MDDr. Callahan was born and raised in Ukraine and she attended Kyiv Medical University in Ukraine. In 2011, she moved to Salt Lake City, Utah. Her professional interests are women's health, procedures, and preventive care. Outside of residency she enjoys playing piano and guitar, singing, and composing music. She also enjoys spending quality time with her husband and two sons.

Alden Campbell, MD

Alden Campbell, MDDr. Campbell grew up in Western Washington where he attended undergrad at the University of Washington and graduated with a degree in molecular, cellular and developmental biology. Following graduation he became certified as a medical technologist. He worked in the clinical laboratory field with a specialization in oncology/hematology for a few years prior to attending medical school at the American University of the Caribbean where he received a doctor of medicine degree in 2017. He enjoys travel and spent 5 years living in Spain where he attended language schools, immersed himself in the culture and became fluent in the Spanish language. As a physician he is focused on promoting, maintaining and restoring the health of his patients.

Faith Heisler, MD

Dr. Heisler grew up in the suburbs of Vancouver, British Columbia, hiking and getting rained on. After spending a year in Guyana, South America, she moved to Alberta for an undergraduate degree in biology and chemistry while taking mountaineering courses in the nearby Canadian Rockies. While attending medical school, her passion for global health and for providing care in low-resource settings was fostered as she directed the University's mobile free clinic and spent her summer in rural Tanzania. Dr. Heisler believes that equity in access to health care, addressing the social determinants of health and treating the whole person in a primary care setting are the means by which we can truly make people and populations healthy. Dr. Heisler chose St. Peter Family Medicine for its full scope family medicine training and its commitment to its patients as a patient-centered medical home, and it has been preparing her to provide comprehensive high quality care to serve in any community. Aside from medicine, she enjoys traveling to learn new cultures and foods, vegetable gardening, backpacking and rock climbing with her husband.

Rachel Peash, DO

Dr. Peash grew up in the rural town of Rainier, Washington, not far from St. Peter Family Medicine. Her hope to become a family medicine physician began while she learned from physicians in Uganda and Haiti prior to medical school. She obtained her Bachelor of Biology at Northwest University, where she began volunteering for an organization that assisted women involved in sex trafficking. This volunteer opportunity lead to her job as a case manager for many teens and women until she chose to attend medical school. She packed up her Chevy Malibu and drove across the country to North Carolina to attend Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) where she was the Social Chair of her Student Government Association. While at CUSOM, she had the opportunity to travel with one of her professors to Armenia to establish a Global Health rotation in the summer of her MS-2 year. This sparked her interest in global health, and she chose St. Peter Family Medicine due to the program’s commitment to the underserved and opportunities in rural/global health. In her second year of residency, she traveled to Malawi to teach medical students and learn from the Malawian family medicine residents. Dr. Peash’s medical interests include women’s health, pediatrics, medication assisted treatment, and of course, global health. When she is not in the hospital or clinic, you can find her doing yoga in her kitchen while she bakes treats to share with her co-residents.

Catherine “Katie” Talbot, DO

Dr. Talbot went to undergraduate at Cornell University in upstate New York for many reasons, one of which was the delicious ice cream. She pursued a degree in history and in French and later went on to become an English teacher in France. She soon realized that medicine was her true calling, and she returned to her hometown of Eugene, Oregon to attend the University of Oregon. She later attended Pacific Northwest University in Yakima, Washington. She is delighted to be enrolled in St. Peter Family Medicine Residency where the patient panel is broad with multiple specialty clinics including medication assisted treatment, transgender, adolescent obstetrics, osteopathic manipulative treatment, and more. She enjoys living in the Olympia area which is full of wonderful places to swim, ski, paddleboard, drink coffee, drink beer, and hike with her two dogs. She also enjoys meandering through the backwoods on her old horse or traveling the world with her husband.

Julia “Julie” Sieth, MD

Originally from Chicago, Dr. Sieth pursued an undergraduate degree at Haverford College in Pennsylvania where she studied Molecular Biology and Russian History. While in college, she sang in the choir and studied piano. After college, she studied comedy at Second City and researched methicillin resistant Staph aureus at the University of Chicago. Dr. Sieth attended medical school at Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University where she was an active member in student government. She chose the St. Peter Family Medicine Residency for its full scope practice and its commitment to advocating for the underserved. Dr. Sieth has a special interest in hospital medicine, obstetrics, transgender medicine, and procedures. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and her cat. She also enjoys knitting, baking, and cultivating her indoor garden.

Janelle Weaver, MD

Dr. Weaver is originally from the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. She moved out to the Pacific Northwest to experience the excellent outdoor environment as well as full-scope family medicine training. Prior to residency, she attended the University of Virginia for medical training and also completed a PhD in pharmacology. She studied ion channels and electrophysiology with a specific emphasis on chronic pain. She decided to go into family medicine after recognizing that a personal relationship with a patient can sometimes do more good than any pills or medications, but she still enjoys reading, writing and thinking about science. When not immersed in medicine, she practices martial arts with her husband, cares for her many animals (5 chickens, 2 dogs and 2 cats), and works in the garden. She is currently looking for a family medicine position with obstetrics where she could continue to serve patients in the greater Olympia area.

Class of 2022

Kim Britsch, DO

Dr. Britsch grew up in Wilsonville, Oregon, a quickly growing suburb of Portland. She graduated from Oregon State University with an Honors degree in biology as well as minors in chemistry and public health. She finally ventured away from her home state for medical school when she went to Des Moines University in Iowa. To no one’s surprise, she couldn’t stay away from the Pacific Northwest for long, and she is excited to be back on the West Coast for her residency training. She has a particular passion for women’s health and obstetrics, and she is ecstatic to have found a program that emphasizes full spectrum primary care training. When she’s not catching babies, or lowering A1Cs in the clinic, you can find her catching up on her favorite reality TV shows, cooking up goodies, or hanging with her nieces and nephews. She also enjoys a good tennis match and just might pick up pickle ball so that she can keep up with her talented medical assistant.

Hieu Duong, MD

Dr. Hieu was born and raised in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Her passion for technology and medicine brought her to the U.S. for the first time at the age of 16 as an international exchange student. Since coming to the U.S. she has received a Bachelor in Computer Science and a Master’s in Bioinformatics prior to her matriculation into the University of Denver School of Medicine. Even though Dr. Hieu truly believes that technology has the power to improve access and quality of care, she deeply values the importance of the human touch in medicine. During medical school, Dr. Hieu participated in global health trips, worked extensively with communities, healthcare institutions and other healthcare professionals to combat racism in healthcare.Dr. Hieu and her husband love spending time outdoors, especially hiking and stand-up paddle boarding. Additionally she enjoys: cooking, dancing, playing board games and scrapbooking. Dr. Hieu loves all types of cuisine, though she is biased towards Vietnamese food and fresh seafood.

Jennifer “Jenny” Goodrich, DO

Dr. Goodrich was born and raised in Idaho Falls, ID amongst the potatoes. For undergrad, she attended Utah State University and her first degree was in Drawing and Painting. Though she will always be an avid lover of the arts, she did not feel this was her true calling. She decided to go back to school in pursuit of a medical career. During this time she earned a Bachelor in Nutrition and worked on several clinical trials. She was able to work in a clinical setting creating advertisements and promotions using her art background. For medical school, she attended Pacific Northwest University in Yakima, Washington. Dr. Goodrich spent her medical school clinical years in Blackfoot, Idaho, a rural town 30 minutes from her hometown. During this time she had several wonderful mentors. One family medicine doctor that stood above the crowd and really solidified the importance of family medicine and fueled her passion for the field. Her personal hobbies include spending time with her husband and their children, hiking and scuba diving. Occasionally she finds the time to paint and kindle the artistic side of her that brings a different perspective to the medical field.

Ryan Kuhar, MD

Dr. Kuhar was born and raised in Augusta, GA before attending Emory University in Atlanta where he majored in French Literature and thought it might be a good idea to be an EMT on the side to prepare for his dream job at the time of becoming a ski patroller. This experience ignited a love for patient care, but also an early recognition of the health inequities that so deeply impact the lives of others. Several years after undergraduate, he completed his MPH at the University of Washington in Community-Oriented Public Health Practice (COPHP) where he advanced his understanding of the social determinants of health and health inequities - developing a love of program design and evaluation along the way. The experience also confirmed his desire to act at the interpersonal level of health care delivery specifically for underserved and marginalized populations. At the University of Washington School of Medicine, Dr. Kuhar found family medicine to be the best way to help his patients through the benefit of longitudinal relationships over the life course. In addition to full-scope family medicine training, he is particularly interested in addiction medicine and integrating service-learning and advocacy into residency education for the benefit of the communities the residency serves. In his free time, he enjoys alpine activities such as back-country skiing and climbing deep in the Cascades and Coast Range with his wife, and he is looking forward to passing their obsession on to their new son.

Fang Yu Lee, MD