Congratulations to our graduating R5s!

Congratulations to our graduationg R5s!

The Chief Residents's Banquet was held on June 12 to celebrate their graduation.  See photos from the reception on our facebook page.

2015 R5 Graduation

Timothy Bruce Alton, MD
Following residency, Tim will complete a fellowship in Orthopaedic Traumatology at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, WA. He and his wife Ann Marie and their daughter Stella are considering career locations in the Northwest and the Southeast.

Kenneth Robert Gundle, MD
Following graduation, Kenny will move with his wife, Megan, and 5-month-old Robert to Canada for a musculoskeletal oncology fellowship at the University of Toronto. In the fall of 2016, he plans to join an academic practice on the West Coast.

Daniel Jason Holtzman, MD
Following residency, Dan and Genee (and their new daughter) will move to Boston for an Adult Hip & Knee Arthroplasty fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.  Upon completion of fellowship, they hope to move back to the West Coast.

Paige Rebecca Mallette, MD
Following residency, Paige and Patrick plan to move to California where Paige will continue her training at the Hoag Orthopaedic Institute.  After completing her fellowship in Adult Joint Reconstruction, they hope to live and work in the Northwest or New England.

Courtney Michelle O’Donnell, MD
After residency, Courtney will complete a fellowship in Pediatric Orthopaedics at Colorado Children’s in Denver. Afterward, she will be doing a second fellowship in Spine Surgery at OHSU in Portland.

Daniel Jonathan Patton, MD
Following residency, Dan will complete a fellowship in Foot and Ankle Surgery in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After fellowship, he will pursue a job in private practice.

Amanda C. Roof Larson, MD
Following residency, Amanda will complete a fellowship in Pediatric Orthopaedics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.  She and her husband, Kurt, are considering practices in the Northwest and beyond. 

Laura Elizabeth Stoll, MD
Following graduation, Laura will complete a Hand Fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis. The following year, she and her fiancé, Ryan, will move to Philadelphia where she will pursue a second fellowship in Shoulder and Elbow at Thomas Jefferson University. They then hope to return to the Northwest.