• 84th Ave Neighborhood Health Center

  • Jessica Dill, MDI am a Colorado native and have yet to be tempted away from this awesome place! I went to Colorado College for my undergrad and studied abroad in Botswana for 6 months where I developed a special interest in underserved populations and community health. I worked as an EMT, research assistant, medical assistant and anesthesia technician prior to completing my medical school years at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. My interests include OB, preventive medicine, integrative medicine, procedures and community health improvement, and I hope to practice full-spectrum medicine in a rural Colorado town following graduation. My hobbies include hiking, skiing, running, mountain biking, soccer, singing and watching football (GO BRONCOS). I am also very proficient at binge-watching Netflix. I am happily married and though I desperately want a dog of my own, I will happily dog sit for others should they ask. I am so excited to join the St. Anthony's team! 

    Tanner Mathias, MDI am yet another transplant—born an Illinoisan, had a short stent in New York, raised an Okie, and attended college in the Lone Star State.   I graduated from Baylor University and moved to Denver briefly before returning to Oklahoma City for medical school. It didn’t take long though, to begin planning my return.  

    It is an honor and privilege to be back in Colorado and part of the St. Anthony family. I am excited to be surrounded by individuals who are passionate about integrative medicine and underserved populations and supportive of my interest in global health.

    When I’m not working, you’ll find me outside enjoying each of the "300 days of sunshine a year”. I’m thrilled to have such easy access to skiing, hiking, fishing, mountain biking and inevitably a few more new hobbies. I look forward to making new friends and memories in this great city with a great group of people.

    Amira Saad, MDI was born and raised in Michigan, but have always known mountain life would suit me. I attended Michigan State University, where I majored in anthropology. I became passionate about understanding how the social context of people's lives impacts their perceptions of health and illness, as well as the barriers to basic health care that they may subsequently face. I had a feeling primary care was for me. It was also at this time that I had my first experience snowboarding in Colorado, and I knew I had to go back. I attended the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and have enjoyed four great years in the Windy City. My interests outside of medicine include snowboarding, crossfit, yoga, spending time outdoors, and good food! I am thrilled to be part of a fantastic medical community at St. Anthony's, and couldn't ask for a better setting!  
  • Orchard Neighborhood Health Center (144th Ave)

  • Cory BrownI spent my entire childhood in Thornton, CO, and am very excited to be able to join the St. Anthony FM Residency in my hometown. While I moved to Ft. Collins to complete a B.S. and M.S. in Biomedical Science at Colorado State, and then went off to Kansas City for medical school, I always wanted to return home.  Outside of Family Medicine, my interests revolve around spending time with my wonderful wife, our amazing son Owen, and our two dogs.  

    Gray EdwardsAs a transplant from Arkansas to Colorado, I am so excited to learn about and experience all that this area has to offer. My wife and I are so grateful to be living near the mountains and we are eager to engage in outdoor actives like mountain biking, hiking and skiing. Growing up, I loved the idea of being an inventor. Perpetually working with my hands and wanting to know how things work. This mindset is ultimately what drew me to medicine; practical problem solving in a way that positively impacts a community. The variety of practice options that comes with family practice will equip me to help people wherever the wind might take my family and I, and for that I am grateful. During my off time I really enjoy reading, woodworking, biking, and spending time with family and friends. ​


    Corrine GayerLife before residency has truly shaped the way I see people and my purpose in life. My passion for medicine has been fueled by a variety of places I’ve lived and traveled to. Growing up in Las Vegas, I decided to stay in my home state of Nevada for college. I pursued Biochemistry at the University of Nevada, Reno while participating in biological research and enjoying all that nearby Lake Tahoe has to offer. Go Wolf Pack!

    My husband Scott and I met during our freshman year of college and we were married right after graduation. During college we both traveled to Southeast Asia including the Philippines, Thailand and India. Before medical school, we also backpacked all over Europe. My journey into medical school began at Kansas City University and has ended in Wichita, Kansas. During this time I also had the privilege of rotating through Guatemala and the Dominican Republic. These trips developed my heart for underserved urban family medicine, international medicine and obstetrics and I am excited to grow in these during residency at St. Anthony’s!

    We absolutely love Colorado and everything its culture has to offer. We are more than excited to begin our life in such a beautiful state and are certain this will be home for many years to come. You can often find us exploring the city’s local breweries, watching the Broncos win another super bowl, and outdoor adventuring on weekends. We also love to spend many evenings with our two mini-schnauzer fur babies that we spoil! In everything we do, our heart is to live for the glory of God by enjoying Him forever. Our church community in Denver is an expression of this central truth in our lives and we look forward to loving this city and its people well!

    Gwyn MahoneyI was born and raised in rural Northern California. After high school I moved 700 miles south to attend the University of California, San Diego where I studied Psychology/Neuroscience and continued my ballet and modern dance training. Towards the end of my undergraduate studies I found myself drawn to the field of medicine and decided to continue my education after graduation at Humboldt State University to prepare for applying to medical school. While at Humboldt State I worked for a small public health research firm and realized the interconnectedness of environment and health. This job ultimately inspired me to pursue my Masters in Public Health degree at Touro University-California, which I completed during medical school. After living in the San Francisco Bay Area for a year I moved to Oregon for medical school at Western University of Health Sciences COMP-Northwest in 2012.

    I have always thought I would pursue a career in primary care because of the critical role providers play in rural communities, like the one I grew up in, and because of the continuity with patients. I am specifically interested in women’s health, population and rural medicine. In my spare time I enjoy cooking, dancing, yoga and anything outdoors. I’m beyond excited about my move to Denver and joining the St. Anthony’s team!

    Katie Mcclenahan, MDIt’s been a crazy journey that has brought me to this point. I started medical school with the intention of becoming a pathologist. But after taking a year off between second and third year of medical school to work as a pathology resident, I realized I wanted to work more closely with patients to impact their health. Although I didn’t grow up playing sports or being active whatsoever really, I found a passion in exercise and even got my bachelor’s degree in the study of it. I thought that I was going to inspire all of my patients to change their lives and become healthier just like I did. However, I have come to realize that our ultimate goal is to make the most out of this one life we have and I intend on helping my patients do just that, even if it isn’t the way I would. No other program I interviewed at gave me the feeling that I could learn so much about medicine and life from each person within the program as my interview with St. Anthony’s did. After living in Missouri as long as I can remember, I am excited to move to Denver and experience everything Colorado and St Anthony North has in store! Outside of medicine I love to explore the great outdoors with my two dogs, eat delicious food, attempt to cook, lift weights, play card games, and try my hand at being creative with stained glass.
    Luke StowersI grew up in Tallahassee, Florida, and have spent almost my entire life there.  I went to undergrad at Florida State University where I majored in exercise science and ran the 200 and 400m sprints for the track program.  I had several incredible opportunities to work in the USA and abroad: in Viet Nam as a teacher, in England with homeless youths, in the southeastern USA for hurricane relief and in Chile as a translator, which all really inspired me to enter into medicine where I hoped I could make a positive impact on a huge number of lives.  I attended med school at my alma mater, Florida State, and spent the past two years living in an awesome beach town.  I’m very interested in sports medicine, global health and OB, but I really enjoy everything.  After spending a rotation and visiting for a few ski trips, I fell in love with Denver and with Colorado and realized I had to be there for residency at the very least. In my free time, I love to run, hike, paddleboard, listen to music and more.  I’m so excited to be moving somewhere totally different from Florida and to spend time with all of the residents and the incredible faculty at St Anthony North!

    Rebecca Wendt, MDHi! My name is Rebecca and I’m a native Arizonan. As such, I’m a die-hard fan of teams that don’t win championships, but am excited to move to Broncos territory for a change of pace! I was a nutrition major at Arizona State and am now a proud graduate of the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix for medical school. Besides sports, my other interests include long walks in the wilderness, cooking and baking, going to local concerts, and seeking out unintended puns in conversation.

    As for medicine, I have a passion for using the biopsychosocial approach in primary care.  I chose family medicine because I believe that understanding the family dynamic is key to treating the patient and forming quality patient-physician relationships. I have more specific interests in women’s health, the role of family medicine in developmental pediatrics, and integrative medicine.

    St. Anthony’s sold me on their program on interview day; I couldn’t be more excited to join their team and start my career in Colorado!

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