• Intern Class 2017-2018

  • 84th Ave Neighborhood Health Center

  • emily aquilaI was born and raised in the Northeast Ohio Snow Belt.  I lived on a “little mountain”.  With long snowy winters, I took up snowboarding and later became a ski patroller at the local ski resort.  Our little mountain is more of a hill in comparison to the Rockies!

    I stayed in state for college and attended BGSU. During that time, I was able to travel to Southwest Asia and learned that I had a passion for overseas mission work and for women’s health.  While in medical school at VCOM, I had the opportunity to travel to Tanzania and Honduras. With each trip, my love for international people and medicine grew.  When it came to picking out residencies, I looked for programs that offered a great OB/women’s health experience, opportunity to help the underserved community, and the option to continue to do medical work abroad.  St. Anthony without a doubt had everything I wanted and what made it even better was the people that I met at the program shared my interests.

    I am so excited to be coming to St. Anthony for residency!  I think the real mountains have been calling me for a while and being able to pick snowboarding back up is a definite perk.  Besides snowboarding, my other hobbies include:  hiking with my Labrador Paisley, cooking, hot yoga, bouldering, and running.

    Peter Heng, MDHello! My name is Peter Heng and I am from Broomfield, Colorado. I graduated from Legacy High School in Broomfield and then received my B.A. in Biology from Colorado College. I then ventured off to Omaha, Nebraska to obtain my medical degree from Creighton University School of Medicine. Now I have returned home to Colorado and I am excited to be a part of the St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency Program.

    I chose St. Anthony for the residents and faculty that are here at this program. The residents are knowledgeable, hardworking, and always supporting one another. The faculty are passionate about their fields of interest and always willing to challenge residence to become the best physicians they can be. Plus, the 144th and 84th campuses are both areas I grew up in and I could not pass on the opportunity to serve the communities that have made me who I am today.

    During my free time, I love to hike and hang out with my family and friends. I am a big Denver Nuggets Basketball and Colorado College Hockey fan. My interest in Family Medicine include sports medicine, global health, and working with urban underserved populations. My two international medicine experiences during medical school have been in Cambodia working with a NGO called Solaid International, a group that I am still working with to this day. Solaid International addresses rural development, education, and healthcare in Kampot, Cambodia. My experiences in Cambodia have shown me the importance of approaching medicine in a holistic manner since there are many socioeconomic and mental factors that affect a patient’s physical health. I look forward to taking this approach with my patients during my training here at the St. Anthony Family Medicine Program. 

    Jeremy VollmerI grew up in Indiana, spending most of my childhood playing sports every day with my three brothers. I attended Florida Gulf Coast University for my undergraduate degree in Biology, while also playing soccer for the Eagles. When I realized I was too short and slow to be a professional, I returned to Indianapolis to be a part of the inaugural class of Marian University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine.

    I am thrilled to join this group at St. Anthony for my family medicine training and live in beautiful Colorado near the sunshine and mountains. My medical interests include integrative health, global health, and geriatrics. Outside of medicine, I still love to play all kinds of sports, and spend time outdoors with my girlfriend, Megan, and our vizsla puppy, Beauford.

  • Orchard Neighborhood Health Center (144th Ave)

  • Julian Cammarano DOI was born in Suffern, New York and grew up in Aurora, Illinois (Party on, Wayne). I spent my 4 years of undergrad in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at Marquette University nurturing a love for basketball, brats and cheese.  After graduating from Marquette with a degree in Biochemistry I left for Des Moines, Iowa for my medical education from which I graduated in May 2017. My girlfriend and I are very excited to call Colorado our new home. She is a veteran skier who grew up in Utah, she enjoys doing laps around me as I slowly learn how to ski/snowboard in anticipation for Colorado winters.  I am very passionate about music, which I love to listen to and play in my free time. I have played piano most of my life and enjoy playing anything I can get my hands on from guitar to accordion. While most of my life I have enjoyed jazz/indie/ and folk music, as of recently my guilty pleasure is rap.

    My interests in medicine lie mostly in preventative and educative care. I feel that the future in medicine requires the necessity of preventing chronic disease before they take a toll on individuals. I also have interests in sports medicine, and hope to see the positive effects of altitude and access of outdoor recreation on public health.

    Bryce Galbraith, DOWe are very happy to be here in Colorado for my residency where I am not the only Broncos or Rockies fan in the neighborhood. I was born right here in Westminster, at the 84th St. Campus. My family moved around a lot growing up and we eventually ended up in Utah. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Zoology from Weber State University in Ogden UT. I then attended Medical School at Touro University of Nevada, in Las Vegas.

    I’ve had a wide variety of life experiences including: serving an LDS mission in Brazil, selling vacuums door-to-door, working with the disabled and even managing a Chick-fil-A. Each of these opportunities has helped me to develop into a more driven, compassionate, understanding and empathetic person.  All of these qualities will help me provide better quality care for my patients.

    In my spare time I enjoy watching or playing any type of sport, and spending time with my family. We are major fantasy/Sci-fi fans, our children are even named after people and places in Lord of the Rings. We have two kids, a boy and a girl, who are the light of our lives, and keep us on our toes.

    I am very excited to once again be calling Colorado home, and to be part of the St. Anthony Family Medicine Program.

    Hailey Holland MDHello! My name is Hailey and I am new to Colorado.  I was born and raised in Northwest Indiana and have lived my whole life in the state.  I attended Indiana University in Bloomington where I received my B.S. in Biochemistry, and then attended Indiana University for my M.D.  I spent about a month in Denver this past year and was amazed by the beauty of the state as well as the warmth & excitement of the people I’ve met.  One of my greatest interests in family medicine is the physician’s role as an educator.  I am so thankful to begin my journey as a physician at a program with such an empowering patient-centered model.  I cannot wait to start the next chapter of my life in Colorado as a family medicine resident at the St. Anthony North Family Medicine program.

    David Maurer, DOHey y'all! My name is David, and as you might have picked up, I've spent the last few years in the south where I learned that sweet tea is a way of life, not simply a drink. I grew up in Denver, spent my high school years in the Canadian Rockies, and split my college between Wheaton College in Chicago and Greenville College in southern Illinois. After graduating, I worked at a nonprofit in Atlanta and a biotech company in St. Louis for a handful of years before finally migrating to the Carolinas for med school, where I fell in love with a Tar Heel who bleeds Carolina Blue and goes through passports like she owns stock in a paper company. 

    I discovered very early in my med school journey that God wired me to be a family physician. I found myself thriving on the challenge of taking care of patients from their first steps to their final ones, all while needing to be critical with my mind and precise with my hands. And I'm humbled by the chance to serve broken, hurting and sick people on a daily basis. While my wife and I are committed to being available, adventurous, and obedient to wherever God wants us, I have strong interest in caring for the underserved and global medicine. It became very clear to me in the interview process that St. Anthony offers a wonderful blend of training, opportunities, and top-notch people that will equip me to practice true full-spectrum family medicine both domestically and internationally in the future. In my free time you'll find me travelling, hiking, backpacking, and skiing- the steeper the better! I am thrilled to be joining the St. Anthony family, and I think you'll love it here as well. Come check us out!   

    Christine Pigott, MDAs a native of the Seattle area, sunny Denver is a welcome change! I studied biology at the University of Washington before spending time in Spain teaching English to high school students, then returned to Seattle to attend the University of Washington School of Medicine. Family medicine piqued my interest even before starting my medical education and I am excited to join the St. Anthony team to continue training to be a primary care physician. While I enjoy the enormous breadth that family medicine offers, I am especially interested in womenʼs and reproductive health, adolescent medicine, and community medicine. In my free time, I like to have a healthy balance of activity and leisure including dancing, hiking, listening to NPR and watching Netflix.
    Brandon Sterry, MDGrowing up in a suburb of Dallas, some of my best experiences were on family road trips to the Rockies. Little did I know back then that I would one day call them home! Throughout my school years, I always gravitated towards biology and health-related subjects. During my junior year of high school, I went on a medical mission trip to Nicaragua, after which I knew I wanted to pursue medicine and continue learning Spanish. I went to Harding University for undergrad, where I majored in Spanish and minored in chemistry. During my time at Harding, I spent a semester studying abroad in Chile, where I met my wife, Gisella. After graduating from Harding, I spent some time working as a personal trainer and traveling in Europe before applying to medical school. I really enjoyed my four years at Texas Tech, El Paso, and I am very grateful to all the kind patients that I had the opportunity to work with. I am thrilled to begin this new chapter at St. Anthony North. I had a great impression of the program from the first moment, and all my further interaction throughout the interview process eventually solidified it as my top choice for training. In my free time, you will find me doing anything involving sports or the outdoors, and creating recipes for tasty and nutritious meals.

    Emily Zerba, DOI am a Colorado native.  I grew up in Littleton and completed my undergraduate degree in Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology at the University of Colorado in Boulder. I completed my honors thesis studying microRNA's role in stem cell regulation.  After almost going to graduate school to pursue my research, I found that working with people was more enjoyable and rewarding.  I spent a few years in Boulder working for a clinical research firm and then moved up to Winter Park to teach adaptive sports (skiing) with the National Sports Center for the Disabled. It was at this time I thought I would spread my wings and try living outside of Colorado.  I moved to Maine for medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. After exploring the east coast, I am thrilled to be back home for good. My interests in medicine include: sports medicine, osteopathic manipulation, integrative medicine and women's health.

    My interests outside of medicine involve being outside and spending time with my husband and family.  More specifically we enjoy skiing, mountain & road biking, rock climbing, and playing with our dog Elle (who also skis with us). We are so excited to be at St. Anthony's North campus! 

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