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Originally from central Illinois, Dr. Wozniak is a graduate of Loyola University Medical School in Chicago. She completed her residency at the Fort Collins Family Medicine Residency Program in 2000. She then spent five years practicing full-spectrum family medicine on a remote Hopi Indian Reservation in northeastern Arizona before returning to join the faculty in 2005. She recently became the Program Director of the residency program and is thoroughly enjoying working so closely with the residents. Her other professional interests include rural medicine and women's health.
Kristen joined our program in 2002 to evaluate a federal residency training grant and now serves as the Educational Associate Director. She works with faculty to design resident educational activities, supports scholarly activity and curriculum development, coordinates residency training grants, and oversees the education team. Kristen received her master's degree in educational psychology from The Pennsylvania State University and her Ph.D. in educational leadership from Colorado State University.
Dr. David Marchant graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine. He then went to Anchorage, Alaska, for residency training. After residency, he worked in Juneau, Alaska, at SEARHC, a native Alaskan clinic. He subsequently relocated to Fort Collins in 2001, when he joined Salud Family Health Centers. He served as a member of the residency program's Clinical Faculty at that time. In May 2004, Dr. Marchant joined the program as a faculty physician.
A Fort Collins native, Dr. Webber graduated from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center School of Medicine. She completed her family practice residency with the U.S. Air Force in Fort Worth, Texas, and spent the next four years in various locations as an Air Force physician. Dr. Webber also has served as a faculty member at a residency program in Wheeling, W.Va. Her special interests include lifestyle and behavioral medicine. Dr. Webber earned a master's degree in nutrition from Colorado State University, prior to medical school and completed a master's degree in marriage and family therapy in 2009.
Mark Schifferns is a graduate of the University of Colorado where his main fields of study were accounting and human resources management. He earned his Certified Public Accountant license in 1976. Mark has been involved in medical practice management and a member of the MGMA for the past 12 years. He coordinates and teaches the practice management portion of the curriculum, in addition to supervising all non-physician staff. Among his other duties, he is the finance and budget manager for the residency program. Mark's special interests include white water rafting, vintage-car racing and music.
Dr. Andreen grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she attended the University of Michigan. She received her medical degree from the Michigan State College of Human Medicine and completed her residency at the Fort Collins Family Medicine Residency program. Before beginning her residency, she had the opportunity to live in Guatemala for 6 months, where she became fluent in Spanish (se habla espanol). Prior to becoming a faculty physician here at FMC, Dr. Andreen worked at Clinica Family Health Services providing full spectrum care to patients. Her professional interests include obstetrics and adolescent medicine. Dr. Andreen lives here in Fort Collins with her husband and two daughters. In her spare time she enjoys reading, hiking and stargazing.
Dr. Roger Bermingham did his undergraduate work at Dartmouth College, Medical School at UCLA, and his residency in family medicine at the University of Iowa. After spending seven years practicing in rural Colorado, Dr. Bermingham joined the faculty of the Residency in 1987 and served as program director from 1996 until the beginning of 2001. Dr. Bermingham is certified in geriatrics and since 2001 has had a private practice of geriatrics and nursing home medicine separate from the Residency. He recently increased his time with the Residency to coordinate the curriculum in geriatrics, ethics, and to assist with the curriculum in humanities.
Dr. Bernard "Bernie" Birnbaum, originally from Chapel Hill, N.C., graduated from George Washington University School of Medicine and completed a family medicine residency at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Penn. He then worked for four years in Chinle, Ariz., with the Indian Health Service in a remote area of the Navajo reservation. In addition to practicing full-spectrum family medicine, he worked in a school-based adolescent health clinic and served as the Chief of the Department of Family Medicine. Special interests include adolescent health and pregnancy, community medicine, quality improvement processes and the care of the underserved.
A Colorado native who served as a Peace Corps volunteer in North Africa prior to medical school, Dr. Glazner is an honors graduate of the University of Colorado School of Medicine, earning both an M.D. and M.S.P.H. She completed her family medicine residency at Santa Rosa Community Hospital and subsequently worked for Sutter Health in private practice. She completed her Faculty Development Fellowship at University of California, San Francisco and joined the Fort Collins faculty in 1997. She loves sharing with the residents her special interests in procedures, women's health, inpatient medicine, international health, and patient stories. She continues to travel around the world at every opportunity and stays busy outside of medicine raising her teenagers and tending her garden.
Mark Hoenig, M.D. is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University and the University of Cincinnati School of Medicine where he took special interest in preventive medicine, family practice and nutrition. Doctor Hoenig is a graduate of the Fort Collins Family Practice Residency where he served as Chief Resident and focused on preventive medicine, indigent care and rural health. Upon graduation in 1992, Dr. Hoenig served as a bilingual provider and Medical Director for several years at a migrant community health center in Moses Lake, WA. Thereafter, he returned to Fort Collins where he worked at Salud Clinic and served as a clinical faculty member to local family medicine residents. Currently Dr. Hoenig works part time in a rural family practice, teaches family practice residents, and is expanding his functional medicine practice and therapeutic lifestyle programs with Tri-Life Health P.C.. Dr. Hoenig's professional interests include nutrition, wellness, prevention, and healthy aging. Doctor Hoenig has lived in Fort Collins for over fifteen years and shares his life with his wife Sue and his four teenage children; Ryan, Eric, Austin and Tessa. He has many interests including running, bicycling, hiking, rock climbing, art, chili peppers, and practicing his Spanish.
Dr. Zeljko Ivanovic has practiced psychiatry on four continents. After graduating from medical school in Serbia and Montenegro, he headed to South Africa and completed his medical internship and attended the psychiatry residency program at the University of Natal in Durban. After passing the USMLE exams, Dr. Ivanovic moved to the USA and completed a residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Next, he moved to New Zealand and worked as only one of four Forensic Psychiatrists on the South Island. In 2001 he returned to the United States and worked in the oldest public psychiatric hospital in the USA in Williamsburg, VA. After several years, he joined Alabama Psychiatric Services for a little more than seven years. The allure of a healthy outdoor lifestyle brought the Ivanovic family to Colorado in 2012. He works for the Health District of Northern Larimer County and consults at the Medical Health Clinic, Poudre Valley Hospital, Medical Center of the Rockies, Community Mental Health Center and Mountain Crest Hospital. He also provides consultations at The Family Medicine Center and teaches family practice residents.
Tasha's training includes a B.S./M.S. in health and exercise from Colorado State University and a Ph.D. in nutrition. Tasha coordinates the Clinical Lifestyles Medicine program, and also contributes to the sports nutrition and lifestyle medicine curricula. Her professional interests include health behavior change, motivational interviewing, and using lifestyle modification and exercise in medicine.
Dr. Colleen McCreery was raised in Colorado Springs. She graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara with a B.S. in biopsychology in 1994. Dr. McCreery enjoyed one year in St. John, U.S.V.I. before attending medical school. She received her D.O. degree from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri. She completed an AOA/AMA dually accredited family practice residency at the Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine. After completing her training, Dr. McCreery happily returned to Colorado and joined Associates in Family Medicine in September 2002. She began teaching part-time at the Family Medicine Center in 2008. Her practice includes the full spectrum of family medicine with special interests in obstetrics, women's health, and osteopathic manipulative medicine. In her free time, Dr. McCreery enjoys rock climbing, hiking, skiing, yoga, and travel. She is happily married and has two daughters and one dog.
Dr. McIntosh is a Colorado kid. He was born at Poudre Valley Hospital and spent his childhood in Fort Collins and Littleton. He graduated from the University of Colorado with a bachelor's in Kinesiology and Physiology. He went on to earn a combined master's in Psychoneuroimmunology. His love of musculoskeletal medicine led him to become a D.O. He graduated medical school from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and applies a balanced whole person approach to family medicine. He enjoys his full scope practice which includes OB, pediatrics, geriatrics, sports medicine, osteopathic manipulation and procedures (vasectomies, dermatology and gynecology). Outside of work, Dr. McIntosh's interests include fly fishing, hockey, hunting, and photography. He lives in Fort Collins with his fiancé and their two dogs Mr. Darcy and Fisher.
Dr. Kate Rutledge is a Colorado native, and completed her undergraduate training at Colorado College, graduated from the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and completed her family medicine residency right here in Fort Collins. She is currently working with the Loveland Community Health Center as part of her commitment with the National Health Service Corps. She returned to work the residents because she enjoys hospital medicine and teaching. Other interests include pregnancy, obstetric care and women's reproductive health, pediatric medicine and mental health.
Marcia has been the Practice Manager at the Fort Collins Family Medicine Residency Program since 2002. Marcia graduated from Iowa Methodist School of Nursing and obtained her BSN from Grandview College. Her role within the residency includes managing day to day operations of the Family Medicine Clinic and Poudre Valley Prenatal Clinic. She is also responsible for maintaining our clinic's compliance with the Joint Commission regulations and Patient Safety standards. Marcia is involved with managing the department budget, staff competencies and patient concerns. She has served on the Board of the Family Medicine Residency Nurses Association since 2008 and has been newly elected as President. Other professional organization affiliations include MGMA, CMGMA, and STFM. An Iowa girl at heart, she fills her free time hanging with her teenage twin boys playing golf, fishing and trap shooting.
Dr. Sullivan graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine (six-year B.A.-M.D. program) at the age of 23. After completing training at the Wright State University Family Medicine Residency in 1985, she and her husband, pediatrician Dr. Bill Sullivan, served in the U.S. Air Force at bases in North Dakota and in Florida for five years. Dr. Sullivan completed the Michigan State University Faculty Development Fellowship in 1993, and the Regional Institute for Health and Environmental Leadership Fellowship in 2003, and was the 2005-06 president of the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians. Joining the Fort Collins Family Medicine Residency Program in 1990, Dr. Sullivan has been actively involved in development of multiple new and/or changing curricula. Her special interests include curriculum development, leadership skills, and faculty development.
Dr. Breanna Thompson, D.O., graduated from Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her residency training at the Fort Collins Family Medicine Residency Program. She joined Salud in July 2012. Her medical interests include women's health including obstetrics, international health, sports medicine and osteopathic manipulation. She enjoys learning Spanish, hiking, knitting, cooking, running and biking. She lives with her husband in Fort Collins.
Named one of our system's 2013 employees of the year, Chel Wells is the primary contact at the Family Medicine Residency Program. Chel has been with the residency program since 1984 and is a valuable resource. Feel free to contact her with any questions at 970.495.8803 or Chel.Wells@uchealth.org.