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LEADERSHIP TEAM/FACULTY

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  • Physician Faculty
  • Non-Physician Faculty

PHYSICIAN FACULTY

Learning to be a family physician requires two key ingredients, a motivated learner and a motivated teacher. Our faculty, with diverse backgrounds in Family Medicine, are excellent role models and teachers for you during your training. Supporting this work, the campus and department leaders all have a background in and deep understanding of Family Medicine.

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Dennis J. Baumgardner, MD

Dennis J. Baumgardner, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health, UWSMPH at Aurora Health Care
  • Medical Director, Research, Aurora UW Medical Group and Associate Director, Center for Urban Population Health
  • Former Program Director, Aurora Family Medicine Residency Program (1994-2001)

Interests include Research, Obstetrics, and Infectious Disease. Dr. Baumgardner completed his medical training at the University of Illinois and the Rockford (IL) Family Practice Residency Program. He joined the Aurora St. Luke's faculty in 1988. Dr. Baumgardner has received the Teacher of the Year Award from St. Luke's residents six times. He received the Wisconsin Academy of Family Practice 1993 Educator of the Year Award, the Pickles Research Award from the Wisconsin Research Network in 2001, the UW Statewide Department of Family Medicine Faculty Excellence Award for Leadership in 2004, the Governor's Certificate of Commendation Award for contributions to primary care research in Wisconsin in 2010, the Research Champion Award from Aurora Health Care in 2011, and the Innovation Scholar Award from Wisconsin Medical Entrepreneurship Foundation and Aurora Health Care in 2012. Many residents have been inspired by Dr. Baumgardner to become involved in research projects. He considers research his hobby (it takes all kinds!) along with outdoor activities and spending time with his wife and seven children and nine grandchildren..

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Rambha Bhatia, MD

Rambha Bhatia, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Associate Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Dr. Bhatia earned her medical degree from the University of Lucknow. She completed her Family Medicine residency at Cook County Hospital. Her interests include Integrative Medicine, meditation, diverse populations of all ages including the underserved. Dr. Bhatia joined the Department in 1991 and directs the Cardiology curriculum. She enjoys traveling and reading.

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Jacob L. Bidwell, MD

Jacob L. Bidwell, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Associate Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Designated Institutional Official, Aurora Health Care Graduate Medical Education
  • Former Program Director, Aurora Family Medicine Residency Program (2009- 2015)

Interests include urban underserved primary care and leadership development. Dr. Bidwell grew up in Baraboo, WI and graduated from the University of Wisconsin Medical School in 1999. He joined the faculty after graduating from the Aurora Family Medicine Residency Program in 2002. He completed the Primary Care Faculty Development Fellowship in 2002. He served as Associate Program Director from 2006-2008 and as the Program Director from 2009 to 2015. He currently serves as the Designated Institutional Official for the Aurora Health Care Graduate Medical Education programs. He lives with his wife Cara and 2 children, Hazel and Moses, in the Milwaukee area and enjoys running, basketball, golf, working in his gardens, and welding.

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Bonnie Bobot, MD

Bonnie Bobot, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora Sinai Family Care Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • University of Arizona Integrative Medicine Fellowship

Interests include integrated primary care, obstetrics, and women’s health.  Dr. Bobot joined Aurora Family Medicine Residency in 2013. She completed medical school and residency training at the Medical College of Wisconsin.  She recently completed the fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona class of 2016.

Dr. Bobot is a lifelong resident of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and loves working within the community. Interests include taking long walks with her husband Vince and son Tony. She is also known throughout the residency as the person who loves Walt Disney World and 1980’s pop culture/movies!

I was drawn to the Aurora Family Medicine residency because of the sense of community and passion seen in both residents and faculty.  Everyone embraces the philosophy of Family Medicine and strives to make the world a better place.

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John R. Brill, MD, MPH

John R. Brill, MD, MPH

  • Director, Medical Operations, The Aurora Network
  • Clinical Adjunct Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Medical Director of Undergraduate Medical Education and Primary Care Clerkship Co-Director
  • Former Program Director, Aurora Family Medicine Residency Program (2001- 2006)

Interests include Population Health and Evidence-Based Medicine. Born and raised in Marathon City, WI (population 1214), Dr. Brill completed his residency and a faculty development fellowship at the Aurora St. Luke's program in 1996, later earning a Master of Public Health degree. Dr. Brill received the Hanson Award, awarded to an outstanding junior faculty member of the UW, in 1999 and Teacher of the Year Award in 2007, and WI Family Medicine Educator of the Year Award in 2011. Dr. Brill is past president of the Board of the Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians. Interests include enjoying music and theater with his wife Mary,wondering how Michael, Sarah, and Emily grew up so quickly, and learning to play fetch from Biscuit.

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Michelle Crane, DO

Michelle Crane, DO

  • Family Physician, Aurora Wiselives Center

Dr. Crane earned her medical degree from the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and recently completed her residency at the Aurora Family Medicine Residency program. She completed her undergraduate degree at Earlham College, in Richmond, Indiana. Her interests include working toward equity in healthcare, integrative medicine, and osteopathic manipulation. When she's not at work, she enjoys exploring the world on foot, trying to figure out what's growing in her garden, and getting lost in a good book.

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Denise Elizondo, MD

Denise Elizondo, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora Wiselives Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Dr. Elizondo grew up in south Texas and earned her medical degree from New York Medical College and The Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara International Medical Pathway, Guadalajara, Mexico which aimed to bring bilingual physicians to the United States. During her residency training at The Institute for Family Health and Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City she found her passion for of holistic health and wellness.

After studying Yoga and Meditation in south India at the Sivananda Yoga Vendanta Center, she decided to take her training to a new level by completing a fellowship in Integrative Medicine though Mount Sinai Beth Israel, and became certified though, The Academy of Healing Nutrition. Moving to Wisconsin from New York to be closer to friends and family has been such a rewarding and exciting experience.

Board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and in alignment with her fundamental mission of Integrative Family Medicine, Denise is passionate about bringing the best of modern integrative primary care to her local community. She is eager to meet and partner with her patients in order to design the best treatment options for their lives; taking into account the whole person - body, mind, and spirit, making use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative.

Denise's medical interests include nutrition, weight loss management, botanical medicine, healthy lifestyle, mindfulness, breath work, aromatherapy, meditation and yoga. In her spare time, you might find Denise jogging with her pup, biking around town or enjoying the local grub and music scene.

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Michael Farrell, MD

Loras Even, DO

  • Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.

Interests include: manual therapy, sports medicine, clinical procedures and the use of technology to innovate in the medical field. Dr. Even earned his medical degree from Des Moines University and completed his family medicine residency at Aurora Family Medicine residency program where he served as chief resident. Prior to medical school he attending Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa (yes it's the same as my name). He enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, live music, watching college football (Go Hawkeyes) and outdoor activities around Lake Michigan.

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Anne Getzin, MD

Anne Getzin, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora Midtown Health Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Medical Director, Aurora Midtown Clinic

Interests include community health with a focus on working with urban, underserved populations, full spectrum family medicine with special interest in women's health, OB and pediatrics (especially adolescents!). Dr. Getzin graduated from University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and participated in the Training in Urban Medicine and Public Health (TRIUMPH) program in which she completed rotations and community based projects in underserved areas in Milwaukee. She then completed her residency training with the Aurora Family Medicine Residency Program. She enjoys spending time with her husband Chris and daughter Sophie. Spending time outside is always great, and when inside she likes to dabble in making crafts or other projects using her hands.

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Catherine de Grandville, MD

Catherine de Grandville, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Associate Program Director, Aurora Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Medical Director, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center

Dr. de Grandville earned her medical degree from the Jagiellonian University Collegium Medicum. She completed her Family Medicine training with the Aurora Family Medicine residency program. She practices full-scope Family Medicine. Her interests include women's health and procedures. She enjoys spending time with her husband and their two children.

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Konrad de Grandville, MD

Konrad de Grandville, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora Sinai Family Care Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Milwaukee Site Director, Aurora Lakeland Rural Training Track

Dr. de Grandville earned his medical degree from the Medical University of Lublin. He completed his Family Medicine training with the Aurora Family Medicine residency program. He practices full-scope Family Medicine. His interests include urban and underserved medicine and procedures. He enjoys spending time with his wife and their two children.

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Cynthia  Haq, MD

Cynthia Haq, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora Sinai Family Care Center
  • Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Dr. Haq completed her medical training at Indiana University and her Family Medicine residency at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She leads the Training in Urban Medicine and Public Health program for medical students in Milwaukee, and has practiced and trained physicians in Wisconsin, Uganda and Pakistan. She enjoys spending time with her family and four children, gardening, biking, and yoga.

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Kjersti Knox, MD

Kjersti Knox, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora Sinai Family Care Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Associate Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Interests include Community Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Obstetrics, and Health Policy. Dr. Knox is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health where she participated in the Training in Urban Medicine and Public Health (TRIUMPH) program. She completed her Family Medicine Residency at Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee. She joined the faculty in 2014 and provides full-spectrum primary care including obstetrics in her clinical practice. She had a Fulbright Fellowship to Sweden in Health Policy and is a Gold Humanism Honors Society Member. She enjoys her family, all things outdoors, yoga, and food.

 

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Fabiana Kotovicz, MD

Fabiana Kotovicz, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Associate Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Interests include underserved primary care, research, immigration health, teaching and procedures. Dr. Kotovicz completed her medical training at the Universidade de Sao Paulo in Brazil and the Family Practice Residency Program at the University of Illinois in Rockford. She joined as a faculty in 2014 and provides outpatient and inpatient care. She enjoys traveling, biking, reading, cooking and spending time with her family.

 

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Wilhelm Lehmann, MD

Wilhelm Lehmann, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center
  • Clinic Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Former Medical Director, Aurora Walker’s Point Community Clinic and Aurora Midtown Clinic
  • Program Director, Aurora Family Medicine Residency Program

Interests include underserved medicine, geriatrics, and long-term care. Dr. Lehmann earned his medical degree from the University of Louisville Medical School in his hometown of Louisville, KY. He completed his Family Medicine training at the University of Utah, where he also earned an MPH as a fellow, and stayed on as faculty for 8 years. He enjoys practicing full spectrum Family Medicine again after spending 7 years as medical director and primary care physician for the Neurobehavior HOME Program, a Utah Medicaid waiver program for patients with developmental disabilities. He enjoys spending time with family, downhill skiing, snowboarding, fishing, and watching college football.

 

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Dr. Steven Murphy, MD

Dr. Steven Murphy, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center and Aurora Walker's Point Community Clinic

Steven Murphy, MD, believes in patient centered care. His goal is to meet the needs, values and choices of his patients. Dr. Murphy enjoys offering care for acute and chronic health conditions with a special interest in diabetes, HIV and mental health concerns. He offers preventive care for patients and families of all ages and is often accompanied by a professional student as part of his commitment to medical education. Dr. Murphy earned his medical degree at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI. He completed both his residency in Family Practice and fellowship in Faculty Development at Los Angeles County Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA. His wife and their three children continue to enjoy exploring Milwaukee after moving here from Los Angeles, attending festivals, live music shows and bicycling trips along the lake and area rivers.

 

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Jessica O'Brien, MD

Jessica O'Brien, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora Midtown Clinic

Dr. Jessica O'Brien earned her medical degree from Harvard Medical School and did her residency with the University of Wisconsin - Madison where she served as chief resident prior to joining our team. Dr. O'Brien's interests include medical student education, obstetrics, and transgender medicine.

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Kristen Reynolds, MD

Kristen Reynolds, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora Wiselives Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Medical Director, Aurora Wiselives Center for Well-Being

Interests include Nutrition, Women's Health, and Integrative Medicine. Born and raised in Menomonee, WI, Kristen graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in 1999. She completed her Family Medicine Residency at Aurora in 2002, and subsequently joined the faculty. She completed the Integrative Medicine Fellowship through the University of Arizona in 2011 and directs our curriculum in Integrative Medicine.  She enjoys yoga, outdoor activities, and spending time with her family.

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Mark Robinson, DO

Mark Robinson, DO

  • Family Physician, Aurora Sinai Family Care Center
  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Associate Program Director, Aurora Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Medical Director, Aurora Sinai Family Care Center
  • Program Director and Director of Osteopathic Medical Education, the University of Wisconsin Osteopathic Family Medicine Residency
  • Market Lead Physician, Primary Care Redesign/Department of Primary Care

Interests include Sports Medicine, Musculoskeletal Medicine and Integrative Medicine. Dr. Robinson is a graduate of the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he also completed a teaching fellowship in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. He completed his residency at the Aurora Family Medicine Residency/ University of Wisconsin Osteopathic Family Practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Residency. In 2011, he completed the National Institute for Program Development Fellowship. He serves as a consultant for Marquette University Athletics with the Aurora Sports Medicine Institute. Prior to medical school, Dr. Robinson was an associate athletic trainer in the Department of Sports Medicine at Northwestern University. Dr. Robinson is married to his wife Mandy and has two young children, Sean and Brooke.

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Lisa Sullivan Vedder, MD

Lisa Sullivan Vedder, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora Sinai Family Care Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Interests include Underserved Medicine, Pediatrics, Women's Health, Preventive Medicine, and Procedures. Dr. Sullivan-Vedder is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine and completed her Family Medicine Residency at Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee. She joined the faculty in 2003 and provides full-spectrum primary care including obstetrics in her clinical practice. She directs the dermatology and procedures curriculum.

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Nick W. Turkal, MD

Nick W. Turkal, MD

  • President and CEO, Aurora Health Care
  • Family Physician, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Associate Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Former Aurora Family Medicine Residency Program Director and Associate Chair, Department of Family Medicine

Interests include End of Life Care, Population Health, Care Management, Medical Administration. Nick grew up in Nebraska and graduated from Creighton University Medical School before coming to Milwaukee for residency training at St. Michael's Family Practice Residency Program. He ran a solo practice in Robinson, Illinois before coming to Aurora in 1989.

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Brian K Wallace, MD

Brian K Wallace, MD

  • Family Physician, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Associate Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Interests: Sports Medicine, Practice Management. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in 1984, and completed his family practice residency training at St Luke's in 1987. He was in private practice in Mequon, WI until 1991, when he joined the faculty of the Family Medicine Residency Program. He has special interests in sports medicine, and performance improvement. He developed, and teaches the curriculum in sports medicine at the Aurora Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Wallace is blessed with a wife, Julie, and two sons, Zachary and Grayson.

NON-PHYSICIAN FACULTY

Learning to be a family physician requires two key ingredients, a motivated learner and a motivated teacher. Our faculty, with diverse backgrounds in Family Medicine, are excellent role models and teachers for you during your training. Supporting this work, the campus and department leaders all have a background in and deep understanding of Family Medicine.

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Nicole A. Eull, Psy.D.

Nicole A. Eull, Psy.D.

  • Rehabilitation Psychologist, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center and Aurora Sinai Family Care Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Founder of the HODI Center, a health practice offering individual and group wellness training
  • Adjunct faculty at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Dr. Eull completed her internship and rehabilitation psychology and a fellowship in Health Psychology and Family Medicine at the University of Miami. She served as clinical faculty with the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine. Dr. Eull is also trained in clinical hypnosis through the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH). She is a certified yoga instructor, fluent in Spanish, and has lived abroad in both Mexico and Guatemala. Favorite pastimes include yoga, hiking with her daughter and husband, cooking, gardening, travel, scuba diving, reading and walking her dog.

Dr. Eull developed relaxation and mindfulness audio tracks that are now distributed to hundreds or our patients free of charge. Physicians are using these tools to emphasize self-care and personal responsibility in our patient interactions. Topics include improved sleep, pain management, smoking cessation and anger management. Here is a sample track.

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Vanessa M. Grunske, PharmD., BCACP

Vanessa M. Grunske, PharmD., BCACP

  • Senior Clinical Pharmacist, Aurora Sinai Family Care Center and Aurora St. Luke's Physician Office Building (POB) Pharmacy

Vanessa grew up in west central Wisconsin and completed her BSPharm and PharmD training from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She joined the staff at Aurora in 1999 and became involved with the family medicine residency shortly thereafter. She is board certified in ambulatory care pharmacy and practice interests include diabetes, hypertension, smoking cessation, adherence, medication safety, and patient education. Her true joy is teaching, and responsibilities include pharmacy students, pharmacy residents, and family medicine residents. Outside of work, she enjoys cooking, reading, music, and traveling with her husband, son and daughter.

 

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Jennifer W. Hartlaub, DNP, APNP, FNP-BC

Jennifer W. Hartlaub, DNP, APNP, FNP-BC

  • Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Clinical Adjunct Assistant Faculty with Aurora UW Medical Group at the Family Care Center, Aurora Sinai Medical Center
  • Adjunct faculty, clinical preceptor, and lecturer with Concordia University Wisconsin, Graduate Nursing Program

With a fifteen year background in homecare nursing, Dr. Hartlaub completed her master’s degree and FNP training at the University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee in 1996, and her clinical doctorate at Concordia University Wisconsin in 2009. Clinical interests include mental health in primary care, family wellness, and clinic process strategies to improve blood pressure management in diabetes. Mother of four, favorite pastimes include running, music, gardening and spending time with her kids, husband and extended family.

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Chris Klink, Pharm.D., BCPS

Chris Klink, Pharm.D., BCPS

  • Senior Clinical Pharmacist, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center
  • Clinical Instructor for Concordia University School of Pharmacy and Drake University College of Pharmacy

Chris received his B.S. in pharmacy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy and his doctor of pharmacy from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He is board certified in pharmacotherapy. Interests include optimal use of medications, particularly for chronic health conditions, health promotion and disease prevention, medication safety, and teaching. Chris is a preceptor for Aurora's pharmacy residency program. Chris enjoys spending time with his family, lifting weights, biking, hiking, golfing, listening to music and sports (his children's as well as college and professional).

 

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Rebecca A. Schultz, FNP-CS, APNP

Rebecca A. Schultz, FNP-CS, APNP

  • Family Nurse Practitioner, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center, Aurora Wiselives Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Interests include Wellness / health promotion, prevention, smoking cessation, ADHD, women's health, quality improvement, teaching and integrative health practices. Becky Schultz grew up in Darlington, Wisconsin. She believes in the multi-disciplinary team concept of healthcare delivery while integrating a holistic approach to her practice and work. Becky completed the University of Arizona Integrative Medicine Fellowship in 2010. She is involved with a wide variety of committees that include the Quality Improvement Committee, and the Clinic Advisory Council. She enjoys spending time with family, hiking, running, skiing, nature, guitar playing, reading, knitting, and cats.

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Deborah Simpson, PhD

Deborah Simpson, PhD

  • Medical Education Program Director - Academic Affairs //Aurora Health Care
  • Clinical Adjunct Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health
  • Associate Editor, Journal of Graduate Medical Education [Official Journal of the ACGME]
  • Member, Editorial Board - Journal of Patient-Centered Research & Reviews [Published by Aurora Health Care-Research Institute]
  • Reactor Panel: STFM Residency Accreditation Toolkit Task Force
  • Instructor - Faculty Development in Primary Care, Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Former Associate Dean for Educational Support & Evaluation at the Medical College of Wisconsin & 1st holder of the Elsa B and Roger D Cohen MDs Children's Hospital of Wisconsin/Medical College of Wisconsin Professor of Medical Education

Interests include clinical teaching effectiveness; faculty development and vitality for clinician educators; linking competency-based training with clinical care markers to support high quality education and patient care; and mentoring and documenting faculty contributions in education consistent with criteria for educational scholarship. Nationally, Dr. Simpson has served as a member of the AAMC's Group on Educational Affairs Steering Committee from 1999-2001 and 2002-2005 via her roles as Chair of the Central GEA (CGEA) and subsequently as Chair for the national GEA. She has been recognized nationally for her work in medical education: 2001 recipient of the Excellence in Education award from the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine for her work in faculty development; a 2005 McCann Faculty Scholar for her work in mentoring; and a 2008 recipient of the AAMC-GEA's Merrill Flair Award.

 

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Glenda Sundberg FNP-CS APNP

Glenda Sundberg, FNP-CS, APNP

  • Family Nurse Practitioner, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center
  • Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Interests include patient education and resident orientation. Glenda Sundberg has been with the department since 1997. She works primarily in a clinical capacity two days per week. She enjoys working with diverse patient populations, especially the Spanish-speaking community.