Residents

Shanette Bruce, D.O.

Dr. Shanette Bruce

Dr. Bruce was born and raised in Bakersfield, California, and made her way to the Pacific Northwest after a five-year stint in Maui. She lived in Oregon for 11 years and completed medical school at Western University of Health Sciences in Lebanon, Oregon.  She is thrilled to remain in the Pacific Northwest for her residency with Sollus Northwest Family Medicine Residency. Dr. Bruce's medical interests are full-spectrum family medicine, and underserved populations.

Outside of medicine, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their dog, hiking, exploring, and making friends. She also loves international travel, wine tasting, and Netflix-binging. They are both excited to get to know the community of Central Washington, and the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic team.   

Stacy Brueckner, D.O.

Dr. Stacy Brueckner

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

In her spare time, 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.

  

Dustin Cheney, D.O., 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 Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic and be a part of a wonderful community. 

 

Morgan Day, D.O.

Dr. Morgan Day

Dr. Day was born and raised in Chandler, Arizona. After graduating from medical school at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, she completed an internship in Middletown, New York. She is excited to continue her medical career and begin a new adventure in the Pacific Northwest. Her medical interests include rural medicine, obstetrics and pediatrics.

In her spare time, Dr. Day enjoys reading, cooking, and exploring the great outdoors, both near and far. She is thrilled to join Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic, and is excited about the opportunity to learn about and serve the local community. 

  

Keith Goodman, D.O., 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.  

 

Cindy Sun, DO,  Resident, Sollus Northwest Family Medicine ResidencyDr. Cindy Sun

Dr. Sun was born and raised in Corona, California. She graduated from medical school at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. She is looking forward to beginning a new chapter in her medical career with training at the Sollus Northwest Family Medicine Residency. Her interests in medicine include community outreach, and preventive health.

Outside of medicine, Dr. Sun enjoys reading, baking, crafting, exploring, and spending time with her friends and family. She is excited to join the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic team, and to fulfill her passion to work with underserved communities.

 

Julie Tan, DO, Resident, Sollus Northwest Family Medicine ResidencyDr. Julie Tan

Dr. Tan was born in Singapore, and raised in both Bangkok, Thailand and Shanghai, China. She earned a B.S. in Biological Sciences at the University of Virginia.  Dr. Tan completed medical school at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, in Yakima, Washington. She is excited to continue her medical training at Sollus Northwest Family Medicine Residency. Her special interests in medicine include diabetes management, women's health, and pediatrics.

Dr. Tan's interests outside of medicine include playing piano, traveling, and spending time with her husband and their dog. She is committed to providing improved access to care in our community.

 

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 team at Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic 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.

 

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