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Internal Medicine Residents

Eric Acosta

Eric Acosta, M.D., PGY-1

Dr. Acosta was born and raised in Dodge City, Kansas. He earned his associate's degree in science at Garden City Community College at which time he was a yell leader. He earned his BS in biology at Kansas State University. He received his medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. His career aspirations include working in rural Kansas, going on medical mission trips to South America, pursing an infectious disease fellowship, and owning a small-town coffee shop. Hobbies includes gaming online with friends, managing his cat's Instagram page, and eating out with friends and family.
Maisam Al Patty

Maisam Al Patty, M.D., PGY-3

Dr. Al Patty was born and raised in Baghdad, Iraq. She completed her medical school at Baghdad University School of Medicine. Before coming to Wichita for residency, she lived in San Diego for the past several years working hard as a research fellow and running several clinical and basic science research projects. In her free time, Maisam enjoys swimming, running and playing chess with her son.
Ammar Al-Obaidi

Ammar Al-Obaidi, M.D., PGY-3

Dr. Al-Obaidi was born and raised in Iraq. After finishing at a high school for gifted/talented students, he attended Al-Nahrain University College of Medicine, where he met his lovely wife, Daly. After graduation, he completed his postgraduate training in several teaching hospitals and medical centers in Iraq and Jordan. Dr. Al-Obaidi moved with his family to the United States where he gained vast medical, observational and research experiences prior to starting his internal medicine residency, notably a one-year research in the leukemia department at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. He foresees himself pursuing a fellowship in hematology/oncology and hopes to contribute in making progress in the field of cancer through the ongoing activities he is involved in. While not working, he spends his free time with his family, swimming and working out.
Joshua Beyer

Joshua Beyer, D.O., PGY-2

Dr. Beyer was born in Chicago, Illinois, but grew up in Overland Park, Kansas. He completed his undergraduate degree in microbiology from Kansas State University and attended medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. He is excited to be working and living in Wichita. He and his wife, Caroline, love to spend their time running, rock climbing and road-tripping. They love traveling and exploring new places. Dr. Beyer is also an avid sports fan, podcast connoisseur and political junkie.
Corey Braet

Corey Braet, D.O., PGY-3

Dr. Braet was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. He earned his undergraduate degree in biology and secondary education from the University of Kansas and his Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from KCU. Corey and his wife have two beautiful and energetic young sons. After residency, he plans to stay in the area and serve the community that has given him so much. In his spare time, he enjoys golfing, college athletics, and spending time with his family and their dog.
Charles Scott Buess

Charles Scott Buess, M.D., PGY-3

Dr. Buess was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. After graduating college in Alabama, he returned to Kansas for medical school. He chose internal medicine because he appreciates the cerebral thinking and the interdisciplinary teamwork. Dr. Buess hopes to one day pursue a fellowship in hematology/oncology. During his free time, he enjoys hanging out with family, hiking, rock climbing, weight lifting, playing chess, and watching anime. Yes, he said anime.
Eric Carrillo

Eric Carrillo, M.D., PGY-2

Dr. Carrillo is from Wichita. He completed his undergraduate degree at University of Kansas then KU School of Pharmacy. After practicing pharmacy for several years, he decided to expand his clinical skills by pursuing a degree in medicine; he graduated from KU School of Medicine-Wichita and is excited about a career in Internal Medicine. He likes to spend his free time with his wife and children.
Nourhan Chaaba

Nourhan Chaaban, M.D., PGY-1

Dr. Chaaban was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon. She earned her undergraduate degree in biology with a minor in education from the American University of Beirut (AUB). She attained her M.D. from the University of Balamand, Lebanon, and then completed an internship in internal medicine at Saint Georges Hospital in Beirut. After that, she joined the research arena in Nephrology at the University of Kentucky and was also part of the Post Discharge Acute Kidney Injury Clinic. Her motto in life: Never stop being curious! In her free time, Nourhan enjoys traveling, hiking, jogging, dancing and baking her favorite COMA cakes. She is looking forward to exploring Wichita and all the beautiful things the state has to offer.
Abhiram Challa

Abhiram Challa, M.D., PGY-1

Dr. Challa is an energetic and ambitious individual. He spent his formative years in the thriving, multicultural city of Edison, New Jersey. Later, he moved closer to his roots in Hyderabd, India, where he completed high school. Here, he became inspired to make a positive difference in the lives of others, especially those less fortunate. He pursued this passion through medical school which he completed in Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belgaum. The mechanics of the heart evoked an interest for him. He indulged in a year of research on cardiovascular imaging in West Virginia University. He wishes to combine research and clinical care and eventually contribute to the field of cardiology. His past experiences in India inspire him to ultimately give back to the community. His personal interests include basketball, guitar and keyboard, and going out with friends.
Khalail Choucair

Khalil Choucair, M.D., PGY-2

Dr. Choucair was born and raised in Lebanon. He immigrated to Canada and graduated with great distinction with a biology degree from McGill University, followed by graduate studies in experimental medicine where he further earned a master's degree and a graduate diploma in clinical research with a focus on cancer genomics. He then spent a few years working between research and hospital management before moving back to Lebanon where he received his medical training at the American University of Beirut. Before coming to Wichita, he underwent a one-year fellowship training in precision oncology clinical trials at the University of Toledo, where he partook in establishing the translational Precision Clinical Trial Program (PCTP). He is extremely excited to pursue his medical training at KU-Internal Medicine Wichita, and surely aims to continue combining research and clinical care and contributing to the field of Oncology which he plans to specialize in. Besides spending time with his wife Katia, his family and friends, Khalil loves not to rush in the morning (drinking his coffee and listening to Fairuz), reflecting, and coming up with new ideas.
Brianna Cline

Brianna Cline, D.O., PGY-2

Dr. Cline, a native of Springfield, Missouri, completed her osteopathic medical degree at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. She also completed a Master of Arts in bioethics from KCUMB. She has interests in outpatient internal medicine, geriatrics and rheumatology. To her, the best part of medicine is the opportunity to form relationships with patients. She moved to Wichita with her cat, Winston, and looks forward to exploring all that Wichita has to offer. In her free time, she enjoys going to the movies, seeing live music, playing the violin, and trying locally roasted coffee.
Tyler Combs

Tyler Combs, D.O., PL

Dr. Combs is a Kansas native. He received a bachelor of biochemistry from Southwestern College in Kansas and received his doctoral degree from Oklahoma State University. During medical training, Dr. Combs conducted meta-epidemiological research in the field of evidence-based medicine. He and and his wife, Colleen, have three children and enjoy grilling, board and video games, and retreating to the lake in their free time.
Tanner Dean

Tanner Dean, D.O., PGY-2

Dr. Dean is from Portland, Oregon. He earned his undergraduate degree in microbiology from Brigham Young University, and his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from A.T. Still University. Dr. Dean has a passion for learning and loves exploring new interests and ideas. He is excited to be in Wichita and hopes to contribute to the unique spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation. In his free time, Dr. Dean enjoys spending time with his family, painting, playing basketball and watching sports.
Radwan Diab

Radwan Diab, M.D., PGY-1

Dr. Diab was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon. He completed his Bachelor of Science in biology with distinction and his medical training at the American University of Beirut (AUB). After graduating, Dr. Diab pursued research for two years. His research at AUB focused on diabetic nephropathy and neuropathy following which he completed the National Institute of Health (NIH) funded Scholars in Health and Research Program (SHARP) at his alma matter. For his second year of research, Dr. Diab took on the role of research scholar at the UT MD Anderson Cancer Center in the Department of Abdominal Imaging, studying imaging and treatment of gastrointestinal and gynecologic malignancies. In his free time, he enjoys working out at the gym, playing basketball, and catching up with family and friends. Dr. Diab is undecided on his fellowship but has narrowed it to either a career in hematology/oncology or gastroenterology. He hopes residency will help him further refine his perspective on which fellowship to pursue.
Katia El Jurdi

Katia El Jurdi, M.D., PGY-2

Dr. El Jurdi was born in Ukraine and raised in Lebanon. She completed a master's degree in experimental medicine at McGill University in Montreal before returning to Lebanon to pursue her medical studies at the American University of Beirut. It was during her time at McGill that she met her husband, Khalil Choucair, who is also an internal medicine resident at KU School of Medicine-Wichita. After her medical studies, she dedicated two years to clinical research in IBD at the University of Chicago. After her internal medicine residency, she is interested in pursuing a fellowship in GI. During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, doing yoga, exploring new restaurants and traveling whenever possible.
Omar Farhat

Omar Farhat, M.D., PL

Dr. Farhat was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. He completed his medical degree at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Kansas City. He is thrilled to be around his local community and family in Wichita while he completes his preliminary year in internal medicine. After his preliminary year, he will complete an ophthalmology residency at Albany Medical Center in Albany, New York. Dr. Farhat enjoys fitness and sports, reading and spending time with his family, fiancée and friends.
Bryan Farnsworth

Bryan Farnsworth, D.O., PL

Dr. Farnsworth is from Lindon, Utah. He completed his undergraduate studies in biology at Dixie State University in Utah and attained his osteopathic medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. He looks forward to beginning his training in radiology, also at KU-Wichita, following his preliminary year. He enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, playing board games, fixing things, camping, snowboarding and many outdoor activities.
Ryan Ford

Ryan Ford, M.D., PGY-1

Dr. Ford was born in Temple, Texas, and spent his high school years living in Spain and Guam due to his father's military career. He attended the University of Texas at Austin and earned a bachelor's degree in advertising before deciding to pursue a career in medicine. After obtaining the necessary prerequisites and working as an EMT, he attended medical school at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. His wife is currently completing a Veterinary Anatomic Pathology residency at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, so they are doing their best to make time for each other. He hopes to one day pursue a fellowship in gastroenterology. His interests outside of medicine include hiking, bouldering, reading and watching movies.
Karen Gichohi

Karen Gichohi, M.D., PGY-2

Dr. Gichohi was born and raised in Nairobi, Kenya. She graduated from Moi University School of Medicine. After medical school, she worked as a medical superintendent in rural Kenya. She is excited to be at KU Wichita Internal Medicine. The learning environment is friendly with amazing camaraderie. She feels honored to serve the lovely and hospitable Wichita community. Other than her patients, faith, family and friends are her delight. She enjoys watching movies, cooking, board games and playing in the parks with her family. She hopes to pursue a career in infectious disease.
Chaitra Gopinath

Chaitra Gopinath, M.D., PGY-2

Dr. Gopinath grew up in Bengaluru, India, and completed medical school from the Kempegowda Institute at Bengaluru. After medical school, she trained as a postgraduate in Internal Medicine for three years at ESI Hospital, Bengaluru. She moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, with her husband. Dr. Gopinath enjoys cooking vegetarian dishes, baking and watching movies. She is excited about training at KU Wichita Internal Medicine and is positive the experience will be both professionally and personally rewarding. She hopes to pursue a fellowship in endocrinology.
Ali Hamam

Ali Hamam, M.D., PGY-2

Dr. Hamam was born and raised in Baghdad, Iraq. He attended Al-Nahrain University/College of Medicine where he earned his bachelor's degree in internal medicine and general surgery. After graduation, he did his postgraduate training in different hospitals and medical centers in Baghdad and Mosul cities in Iraq. Before coming to Wichita for residency, he lived in Ann Arbor, Michigan, for several years working as a physician liaison, gaining observational and clinical extern experiences. Dr. Hamam likes to spend his time with family and friends, and he enjoys playing and watching soccer, tennis and volleyball.
Yasmine Hussein Agha

Yasmine Hussein Agha, M.D., PGY-3

Dr. Agha was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon. She attended the American University of Beirut to pursue her bachelor's degree in biology. She then completed her medical degree at the Lebanese American University. She is highly interested in gastroenterology, with particular emphasis on inflammatory bowel diseases. She enjoys all sorts of outdoor activities, such as hiking, swimming, kayaking, scuba diving ... basically anything under the sun. No, she does not enjoy cooking (just like all the other residents) as she is terrible at it. But she can drive you to the nearest take-out place. She also loves traveling and plans to explore states she hasn't been to, yet. She wants to visit countries in South America as well. Dr. Agha believes that the road through internal medicine has some speed bumps, but can be achieved with good guidance and with a strong supportive community of residents, as seen at KU (and tropical vacations in the Caribbean).
Jeffrey Hyder

Jeffrey Hyder, M.D., PGY-3

Dr. Hyder is a Wichita native. After graduating from Kansas State University, he spent a year working as a nurse's assistant at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City before entering medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. He returned to Wichita for his third and fourth years of medical school. During those two years, Dr. Hyder became very impressed with how much Wichita had grown and with the residency program. In his spare time he enjoys checking out new restaurants, cooking, any and everything outdoors, and hanging out friends and family.

Mohamed Ibrahim

Mohamed Ibrahim, M.D., PL

Dr. Ibrahim was born and raised in Cairo, Egypt. He completed his medical education at Cairo University School of Medicine. Before coming to Wichita for radiology residency, he was a research fellow in Seattle's University of Washington Radiology Department. Besides being an avid soccer fan, he and his wife, Engy, love to travel the world and learn about different cultures and new languages. They also just welcomed their newborn son, Adam, into their small family.
Luke Johnson

Luke Johnson, M.D., PGY-2

Dr. Johnson was born in Kansas City and raised in Salina, Kansas. He received a degree in biology from the University of Kansas and then attended the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Salina. He cherished his time at the smallest allopathic medical school in United States, and he hopes to return to Salina one day as both a physician and faculty member. He plans to pursue a fellowship and is interested in either hematology-oncology or gastroenterology. His interests include tennis, reading, and SciFi movies (his obsession with Interstellar is unreal). In his free time, Dr. Johnson can be found spending time with his wife, Josey Johnson, and dog, taking naps, and searching for delicious food.

Syed Kamran

Syed Kamran, D.O., PGY-1

Dr. Kamran grew up in the Chicagoland area and is a die-hard Chicago Bears fan. He went to Loyola University Chicago for undergrad and completed his medical education at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. Dr. Kamran hopes to pursue a fellowship in hematology/oncology following residency. He has enjoyed living in Wichita the last two years with his wife, Hillary, a Wichita native, and their dog, Wrigley. In his free time, he loves exploring Wichita's local breweries and restaurants, golfing and making questionable sports bets.
Monica Khurana

Monica Khurana, M.D., PGY-3

Dr. Khurana was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. She attended Kansas State University where she met her husband, Manroj, and received a degree in microbiology and gerontology. She went on to complete her medical degree at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. Aside from medicine, Dr. Khurana enjoys baking (and eating) desserts, traveling (especially cruising), snorkeling and latte art. She is excited to join the resident team and is grateful for the privilege to serve patients in her hometown community.
Vijayram Reddy Malladi

Vijayram Reddy Malladi, M.D., PGY-2

Dr. Malladi was born and raised in Hanamkonda, India. He obtained his medical degree from Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences. Before coming to Wichita for residency, he completed three years of postdoctoral research fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, in gastroenterology, followed by Master of Clinical Research at Harvard Medical School and University College, London. In addition to finding a way to reach each one of his patients, educating and treating them based on their unique set of circumstances and personalities, he is also passionate about preventing gastrointestinal diseases by implementing findings from his clinical research. He enjoys the great outdoors, world travel and cooking biryani.
Job Mogire

Job Mogire, M.D., PGY-3

Dr. Mogire was born and brought up in rural Kenya, a firstborn of seven siblings. Job wears many hats. In addition to being a physician, he is a speaker, trainer, and author of three books. Job holds a medical degree from Moi University and a Master of Science in Global Health from Queen Margaret University. He has received training at Harvard University and the University of Bergen in clinical research and global health governance respectively. Many corporations in East Africa know Job best for his training sessions and workshops on public speaking, emotional intelligence, and change management. When he is not at the hospital or on some platform delivering a talk, Job enjoys playing acoustic, socializing, and exploring the outdoors.
Maha Mohamad

Maha Mohamad, M.D., PGY-3

Dr. Mohamad grew up in Lebanon. Witnessing her parents' selfless service to their patients fueled her passion to down the same road. She graduated from Beirut Arab University and has been to the South, Midwest, and Northeast. Her final station was at Brigham and Women's Hospital as a researcher in transplantation immunology. Dr. Mohamad states: "Wichita brings me the best of both worlds. Happy, professional health care personnel are around me all the time! Positive vibes spread like a wildfire here! What better milieu could I ask for?!" In her free time, Dr. Mohamad enjoys meeting new people, discovering hidden gems, and taking nature pictures. She appreciates quality time with family and friends and follows a healthy lifestyle, whenever cheesecake and pickles are not around.
Tabitha Muutu

Tabitha Muutu, M.D., PL

Dr. Muutu was born and raised in Kenya. She completed medical school at Moi University School of Medicine in Eldoret, Kenya. While in Wichita she gained research experience with the Cardiovascular Research Interest Group. Aside from medicine, she enjoys spending time with her wonderful husband, Paul, and tries to catch up with their athletic 4-year-old son. She also loves road trips, learning about other cultures, listening to music and spending quality time with friends.
Grace Nassim

Grace Nassim, M.D., PGY-2

Dr. Nassim was born and raised in Lebanon. She earned her undergraduate degree in medical laboratory sciences at the University of Balamand, followed by graduate studies in molecular biology and a medical degree. She moved to Wichita and completed her Master of Public Health at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. Dr. Nassim served as president of the student organizaton and worked as a research assistant in the Department of Preventive Medicine & Public Health at KU School of Medicine-Wichita. Her research projects addressed health disparities among underserved populations, maternal and child health, tobacco control, nutrition, women's health issues and health care quality control. She also worked as a research coordinator in the Cardiovascular Inflammation Reduction Trial. She is excited to train at KU Wichita Internal Medicine. She aims to be a trusted resource for her patients and believes it is her and everybody's responsibility to reach out to others in need. She enjoys spending time with her husband and three beautiful children, baking, designing cakes, creating bows, painting and playing piano.
Lorna Nguutu

Lorna Nguutu, M.D., PGY-3

Dr. Nguutu was born in Nairobi, Kenya. She moved to the United States at age 16 where she did her undergraduate training at MidAmerica Nazarene in Olathe, Kansas, and attended medical school at KUSM-Wichita. She is excited about residency at Wichita due to the great learning environment and super helpful faculty. Besides work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters. Her hobbies include playing tennis and cooking.
Jared Ojile

Jared Ojile, M.D., PGY-1

Dr. Ojile is a life-long Wichita native. After completing undergraduate studies at Newman University, he completed all four years of medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. After completing residency, he hopes to either pursue a fellowship in pulmonology or to become a hospitalist. In his spare time, Jared enjoys watching movies, listening to film soundtracks, crocheting, going to the Y, traveling and building jigsaw puzzles.
Nathaniel Parker

Nathaniel Parker, D.O., PGY-3

Dr. Parker is from Nashville, Tennessee. He studied biology, chemistry, and studio art at Baldwin-Wallace University in Cleveland, Ohio. He was rewarded a two-year position as an Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA) Fellow at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland after college. He earned his medical degree from the Kansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences. Dr. Parker is interested in performing research and pursuing a fellowship in hematology/oncology. His hobbies include traveling, soccer, drawing/painting and finding new restaurants and breweries in Wichita.
Pie Pichetsurnthorn

Pie Pichetsurnthorn, M.D., PGY-2

Dr. Pichetsurnthorn grew up in Wichita, Kansas. She graduated from Wichita East High School, obtained her Bachelor of Science in bioengineering at Wichita State University, and completed her M.D. at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. Her career interests include public health of the underserved and underrepresented, HIV/ AIDS, and infectious disease. After completing her medical training, Dr. Pichetsurnthorn hopes to remain in the area to serve the community that has helped raise her. In her free time, she loves going on food adventures, swimming, and hanging out with her family, friends, and 85-pound pitbull, Petey.
Nicholas Tuck

Nicholas Tuck, M.D., PGY-1

Dr. Tuck grew up in Hoyt, Kansas. He completed is undergraduate degree in biology from Washburn University and graduated from the University of Kansas for medical school. He is undecided on whether or not he will pursue a fellowship at this time. His interests outside of medicine include, running, going to local restaurants, video games and reading.
Starla Segovia

Starla Segovia, M.D., PL

Dr. Segovia was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. She completed her undergraduate studies in biology at Newman University in Wichita, Kansas, before completing medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. After her preliminary, she is excited to start her diagnostic radiology residency at KU-Wichita. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with her family, boating and snow skiing.
Hamna Shah

Hamna Shah, M.D., PGY-1

Dr Shah was born and raised in Lahore, Pakistan. She graduated from Combined Military Hospital (CMH) Lahore Medical College. She came to USA in 2017 to gain inpatient and outpatient experiences, doing an elective in cardiology in New York. She moved to Wichita, Kansas, after marrying her husband in 2019. She did clinical rotations in Family and Internal Medicine while in Wichita. Getting into the Internal Medicine Residency Program became a top priority for her as she settled into the Wichita way of life. She loves to travel and has been to over 15 destinations, exploring different cultures and cuisines. She spends her spare time walking outdoors, playing board games, cooking, and spending time with her beautiful daughter and family. She aspires to pursue a fellowship in cardiology one day.
Sachin Srinivasan

Sachin Srinivasan, M.D., PGY-4

Dr. Srinivasan was born and raised in Bangalore, India. He obtained his medical degree from Ramaiah, Bangalore, and then attended Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for a master's in molecular microbiology and immunology. Prior to coming to Wichita, he worked for two years as a research assistant at UCLA Rheumatology where he met his wife, Vidya, who was doing her MBA and is now the founder-director of her company Tugkraft. Both of them love dogs and cars. They enjoy food, music and books, and are ardent travelers.
Nora Strong

Nora Strong, M.D., PGY-2

Dr. Strong grew up in El Dorado, Kansas. She attended Kansas State University for her undergraduate degree in biology, followed by Wichita State University for a Master of Science in biology. She received her medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. Prior to medical school, she spent six years working in basic science research at the Center of Innovation for Biomaterials in Orthopedic Research. In her free time, she enjoys reading, video games, board games, traveling with her husband, and spoiling her dog and cat. She plans to pursue an infectious disease fellowship after residency.
Ali Taleb

Ali Taleb, M.D., PGY-1

Dr. Taleb was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. He completed high school in Beirut, Lebanon. He then attended the American University of Beirut where he received a bachelor's degree in biology. He received his M.D. from the Lebanese American University. After medical school, he returned to Wichita and joined the gastroenterology research team at KU-Wichita. Dr. Taleb is interested in pursuing a fellowship in gastroenterology. He believes strongly in humanizing the practice of medicine, and that caring and curing must always go hand in hand. During his free time, Dr. Taleb enjoys spending time with his family and traveling. He has been to many states and has visited many countries and is always looking forward to taking the next trip. He also enjoys sports, especially soccer and outdoor running.
Chelsea Wuthnow

Chelsea Wuthnow, M.D., PGY-1

Dr. Wuthnow, a lifelong Jayhawk, grew up in Salina, Kansas. After high school, she went to the University of Kansas for her undergraduate degrees in biochemistry and political science. Knowing she wanted to pursue her interest in health care policy, she attended KU School of Law where she received her J.D. before going on to the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita to earn her M.D. Dr. Wuthnow plans to pursue a fellowship in gastroenterology following residency. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and family (especially her adorable niece), remodeling their home in small-town Kansas, and participating in CrossFit.
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