Residents

Gelar Paul N. Biscaro, D.O.

Dr. Stacy Brueckner

Dr. Brueckner originally hails from the farming community of Silverton, OR. She completed medical school at Western University College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific Northwest. She is excited to begin her residency training here at Sollus Northwest Family Medicine Residency Program. Her medical interests include pediatrics, women's health, and youth community outreach. 

Outside of medicine, Dr. Brueckner enjoys baking, gardening, hiking and yoga. She is looking forward to beginning this new adventure and the opportunity to care for the underserved population of the Yakima Valley.

  

Dr. Dustin Cheney, Sollus NW Family Medicine Residency

Dr. Dustin Cheney

"Sollus Northwest offers a great opportunity to work in both small and large hospitals in the Yakima Valley. Working with the different hospital and clinic systems really has helped me better define what type of practice I will look to be a part of after graduation.  The residency is also fairly new, allowing for greater flexibility in enhancing your residency training. Although the residency program is new, Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic is well-established network of care with many potential post-residency job opportunities in Washington and Oregon."

Dr. Dustin Cheney was born and raised in Medford, Oregon. He completed medical school at Western University of Health Sciences and is excited to begin his residency training at Sollus Northwest Family Medicine Residency. His medical interests include rural medicine and community outreach.

Outside of medicine, Dr. Cheney enjoys reading, exploring neighboring towns, and enjoying the outdoors. He is looking forward to beginning this next exciting phase of life and the opportunity to work for the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic and be a part of a wonderful community. 

 

Dr. Keith Goodman, Sollus Northwest Family Medicine ResidencyDr. Keith Goodman

"During my interview I was given a PowerPoint presentation, and at the bottom of every slide were the words 'We are Family.' That really resonated with me. And, during my residency, I have found that the residents and staff do treat each other like family."

Dr. Keith Goodman comes to us from the state of Texas. He graduated medical school at the University of North Texas Health Science Center. Dr. Goodman is excited to start a new adventure in Central Washington and complete his medical training with Sollus Northwest Family Medicine Residency. He is eager to join the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic team and help the underserved population of Central Washington.

In his spare time, Dr. Goodman enjoys spending time with his wife and four children. Together they enjoy camping, swimming, and Pokémon hunting. He is looking forward to improving his Spanish skills and delivering medical care to the community.  

 

George Lupas, DO, Resident, Sollus Northwest Family Medicine ResidencyDr. George Lupas

"The staff at the continuity clinic is friendly and easy to work with."

Dr. Lupas grew up in Portland, Oregon, and currently resides in Yakima, Washington where he attended medical school at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences. Dr. Lupas is excited to complete his medical training in Washington with Sollus Northwest Family Medicine Residency, being part of the Yakima Valley Farm Workers team and practicing in the surrounding communities.

In his spare time, Dr. Lupas enjoys spending time with his wife, playing tennis, fishing and woodworking. He looks forward to improving his Spanish and providing medical care in the Yakima Valley.

 

Jayme Thompson, DO, Resident, Sollus Northwest Family Medicine ResidencyDr. Jayme Thompson

Dr. Thompson was born and raised in Yakima, WA. She attended medical school at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences in Yakima. Dr. Thompson is excited to remain in Central Washington and complete her medical training with the Sollus Northwest Family Medicine Residency Program. She is eager to join the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic team and help the underserved population of Central Washington.

In her spare time, Dr. Thompson enjoys spending time with her husband and son. Together they enjoy camping, biking and boating. She is looking forward to improving her Spanish skills and delivering medical care to the community.

 

Tad White, DO, Resident, Sollus Northwest Family Medicine ResidencyDr. Tad White

"I really enjoy my continuity clinic at the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic in Grandview. I find it very rewarding to work with the underserved population of the Yakima Valley and to provide them with care which would otherwise be unavailable to them."

Dr. White is originally from Yakima, Washington. After completing his medical education in Pennsylvania, he is pleased to be coming home to the Pacific Northwest and complete his family medicine training.  He looks forward to serving the people of Eastern Washington and utilizing his Spanish skills.

In his spare time, Dr. White enjoys reading, going to the movies and many outdoor activities; including hiking and kayaking. He is excited to improve his skills in medicine and Spanish. He plans to put them to good use at Sollus Northwest Family Medicine Residency while serving his community.

 

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