Administration

Dr. Noemi Doohan, Director

Dr. Doohan Curriculum Vitae

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Dr. Christopher Deuel, Associate Program Director

Residency role: Director of Family Medicine Inpatient Service and procedures curriculum

How long as a physician: 5 years

Current practice: Adult medicine hospitalist and OB hospitalist

Medical school: University Texas Medical Branch

Residency: John Peter Smith Hospital 4-year FM residency program with concentration in obstetrics

Family info: I am married to my wife Cassie and we have 3 young kids.

Hobbies: Traveling, spending time outdoors with my family, exploring Northern California, playing basketball and soccer

Why I enjoy family medicine/residency: The thing I enjoy most about family medicine is our ability to take care of all types of patients from young to old and from simple to complex. Because of our broad training, we have the flexibility to shape our practice to best meet our patients' needs while also meeting our desires to have fulfilling careers. I am excited for the opportunity to work with residents that are as excited about family medicine as I am and for the opportunity to show them all the various ways we can use our unique skill set.

Kristin McMenomey, Administrator

AHKristinMCMenomey.jpgKristin McMenomey was born in Tomah Wisconsin and moved to Mendocino County, California in 1983. Kristin lives in Potter Valley with her husband John, and their daughter Hannah and son Ryder. The McMenomey’s own 200 acres of Vineyard property in Potter Valley, farming Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Pinot and Pinot Gris. Kristin previously worked for the County of Mendocino for 21 years as a General Services Agency Director, Purchasing Agent, IT Director and Risk Manager. Kristin chose to change her government career aspirations so that she could be a member of the Adventist Health Ukiah Valley Family Medicine Residency Program team. Kristin is dedicated to working with the community to ensure the success of the program and is very excited to work with the incoming residents.

​Elizabeth Archer, Coordinator

ElizabethArcher.jpgElizabeth Archer was born and raised just north of Seattle, Washington. She came to Mendocino County on a road trip in 2012, met her future husband, Carson, on day three, and never left. They live with their daughter Mae in Ukiah where they operate Carson and Bees, a small beekeeping business. Elizabeth previously worked as the Executive Assistant for North Coast Opportunities, Inc., the local Community Action Agency serving this area. More recently she was the event planner for the 2018 Rural Health Rocks fundraiser, where she was introduced to the many wonderful players involved in the creation of the Family Medicine Residency program. She is dedicated to the community's healthy and happiness, and is excited to work with and support the young doctors this new residency program will attract to our area. ​

​Graduate Medical Education Committee Members:

Dr. James Nuovo, Designated Institutional Official

Jason Wells, Chief Executive Officer

Dr. David Ploss, Chief Medical Officer

Ryan Quattlebaum, Chief Financial Officer

Lindsey Spencer, Patient Care Executive