Current Residents

Meet our current Surgical residents. Besides the biographic information of hometown and medical school attended, they were asked to select the surgical instrument they most resemble and why.

PGY-5

Erin Andrews, M.D.
School: Ross University School of Medicine
Hometown: Toms River, NJ
Kelly Clamp: Simple, Dependable, and versatile and has the knack for keeping everything under control when chaos starts to break loose.
Erika King, M.D.
School: St. George’s University School of Medicine
Hometown: Bellmore, NY
Olsen-Hegar Needle Driver: I was made to multi-task
Evan Rey, D.O.
School: Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Blacksburg, VA
Hometown: Wake Forest, NC
“Senn retractor (Sharp tip): Versatile, can be both easygoing and purposeful.”
Kevin Schulte, D.O.
School: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hometown: Medina, OH
Needle Driver – Useful for all cases

PGY-4

Arscott Tyler
Tyler Arscott, M.D.
School: Indiana University School of Medicine
Hometown: Warsaw, IN
Aortic Cross Clamp - Strong, aggressive, yet surprising gently. Very handy to get out of scary situations.
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Ashley Day, D.O.
School: William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hometown: Nebraska City, NE
Trochar - I can always get through things, even when they are tough, and I will help you get the root of any problem!
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Jacob Guerrant, DO
School: Kansas City University
Hometown: Fulton, MO
Wheitlaner Retractor: Handy tool in a tight spot that you didn't know you needed until you need it.
Kelsey Peters, D.O.
School: Texas College Osteopathic Medicine
Hometown: Katy, TX
“Argon beam - this girl is on fire.”

PGY-3

Brooke Brown, D.O.
School: Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine at New Mexico State University
Hometown: Guthrie, Oklahoma
The Allis clamp - balanced, elegant, and with a tough bite!
Kevin Dou, M.D.
School: University of Iowa, RJ & L Carver College of Medicine
Hometown:
Malleable, I'm flexible and good at multitasking, like a malleable retracts and protects.
Steven Heye, D.O.
School: Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific Northwest Campus
Hometown: Auburn, WA
OR table. Because I support every patient and love to sleep.
Erin Pang, D.O.
School: Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hometown: Milpitas, CA
Curved Hemostat - Hardworking and reliably versatile, I got your back in every situation.

PGY-2

Warda Alam, M.D.
School: American University of the Caribbean
Hometown: Hollister, CA
Bovie scratch pad - Much like a bovie scratch pad, I am universally loved, cost-efficient, easy to work with, and also hold some off-label talents!
Charly Jensen, D.O.
School: Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hometown: Seattle, WA
Marking pen - I’m an artist. Useful for communication, education, and planning.
Sahaana Sridhar, D.O.
School: Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hometown: Somerset, NJ
Metzenbaum Scissor - I love new experiences. Here to cut through the unwanted and get the job done!
Justin Wisely, M.D.
School: St. George’s University School of Medicine
Hometown: Ann Arbor, MI
Scalpel - Sharp, to the point, and not afraid to take initiative

PGY-1

Rachel Hicks, D.O.
School: Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hometown: : Indianapolis, Indiana
Derf Needle Holder 4 3/4" because it's small but handles precise work with ease
Michael Kuechenberg, D.O.
School: Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hometown: Crystal Lake, IL
#11 blade scalpel- precise and versatile
Adam Schultz, D.O.
School: Lincoln Memorial University
Hometown: Sheboygan, WI
Debakey forceps- useful and relaxed, adapts to any situation
Karlie Shumway, M.D.
School: American University of the Caribbean
Hometown: Tucson, Arizona
Bulldog clamp- I keep control under pressure, also I just really like dogs and like the name
Information for Applicants
Interested in applying to one of our programs, call (800) 436-7936.
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