Family Medicine Residency Spokane Faculty
Family Medicine Residency Spokane has 11 faculty and more than 100 physicians who comprise the volunteer clinical faculty. They teach 32 residents at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, at the Family Medicine Residency clinic (located at the STHC) and in other locations.
Mary L. (Molly) Gilbert, MD
Program Director for Family Medicine Residency Spokane
Clinical Associate Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine. ABFM certified. Dr. Gilbert graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine where she also completed her undergraduate studies. She has been practicing in Spokane since completing her residency at FMS. She joined the faculty in 2014. She also teaches first-year medical students and is a team physician for Gonzaga University athletes.
Stephenie Matosich, DO
Associate Program Director for Family Medicine Residency Spokane
Stephenie is originally from Montana, but have lived in 10 states either during childhood or during her education, and has visited all but 5 states. She graduated from Touro University, Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine and did her residency training at Oklahoma State University in Tulsa Oklahoma. Stephenie did a one year fellowship in obstetrics at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center in South Carolina.
Her interests include women’s health, management of chronic problems, procedures, and utilization of osteopathy. Along with spending time with family and friends, Stephenie enjoys hiking, board games, golfing, knitting, reading, baking, and traveling.
Sarah Wilhelm, MD
Associate Program Director for Family Medicine Residency Spokane
Dr. Sarah Wilhelm graduated from Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, OR in 2000 and completed her residency at Valley Medical Center in Renton, WA in 2003. She has practiced both primary care and urgent care in Seattle, Spokane, and New Orleans. She is a Clinical Instructor with the University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine and is ABFM certified. Her professional interests include women’s health, contraception, and LGBTQ healthcare. Outside of work, she loves gardening, playing music with friends, tabletop board games, and hiking in National Parks with her physician husband and two children.
Angie Eakin, MD
Angie Eakin is dual board certified in family medicine and lifestyle medicine. After growing up in Montana, she started her journey in healthcare by studying and obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree and Masters of Science degree in nutrition and dietetics at East Carolina University. She then attended medical school at the University of North Dakota and completed her residency training at the University of Washington Valley Medical Center in Renton, WA.
In 2015 she helped Dr. Neal Barnard and the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine open up the first completely vegan (plant-based) primary care clinic in Washington DC, where she was a primary care provider and staff physician for the organization. In 2017 she was part of the inaugural class of lifestyle medicine physicians. She has extensive primary care and chronic disease management experience in both private practice and large multi-specialty clinic settings.
Angie is passionate about using diet, exercise and other lifestyle factors as therapeutic treatment options. She lives by the same principles that she recommends to all her patients. In her free time she enjoys running, traveling and exploring new places, spending time with family and friends and cooking plant based meals.
Robert J. Mauer, PHD
Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine. In 2003 Dr. Maurer became the Behavioral Science Coordinator for Family Medicine Residency Spokane, bringing 23 years of Family Medicine Residency teaching experience at UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center. Dr. Maurer completed his Clinical Psychology program at the University of Houston with a one-year internship at the Houston Veterans Administration Hospital. One-on-one precepting and teaching of residents benefits both residents and patients. He has two books in print: “One Small Step Can Change Your Life” and “The Spirit of Kaizen.”
Calvin Davis, DO
Kia Ora future friends and colleagues! Dr. Davis brings international and rural experience to STHC with a sub interest in clinical ultrasound. Dr. Davis completed is family medicine training in Anchorage, Alaska. Afterward he spent time working locums around Alaska ranging from a hospitalist to solo rural family practitioner and emergency medicine. He then moved across the Pacific to work nearly two years in New Zealand before returning stateside. While in New Zealand he worked in multiple rural locations on the South and North Island. In his spare time he enjoys the outdoors which include snow skiing, hiking, biking, running, fishing, and water skiing. There is a good chance you might catch him either on the slopes, running the centennial trail, or slipping in a few Kiwi phrases into your conversations.
Karen Wildman, MD, FAAFP
Director of Family Medicine OB Fellowship and Sacred Heart Maternity Clinic
Clinical Associate Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine, Dept of Family Medicine. ABFM certified. Dr. Wildman attended USC Keck School of Medicine and completed her residency at Glendale Adventist Family Medicine Residency. Dr. Wildman joined our full time faculty in 2010 with many years of experience in full scope Family Medicine. She has worked in rural and urban practices, and was formerly the program director of the Family Medicine residency in Casper, Wyoming. She practices full spectrum family medicine and has special interests in women’s health and obstetrics.
Colleen Zimmermann, MD
Clinical Instructor, University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine & ABFM certified.
Dr. Zimmermann graduated from the University of South Dakota School of Medicine, then completed her residency at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho in 2012. She has interests in women’s healthcare, and full spectrum family medicine. She enjoys spending time with her husband seeking outdoor adventures.
Michelle Drobny, DO
Originally from Medford, Oregon, Dr. Drobny earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Washington State University and then attended medical school at Western University of Health Sciences, COMP-NW in Lebanon, Oregon. After graduation, she completed her residency at the Puyallup Tribal Health Authority in Tacoma, Washington.
She believes in a thorough approach to primary care and that the best patient outcomes depend on building strong, personal connections with patients and focusing on continuous learning and improvement.
Elizabeth Stuhlmiller, MD
Dr. Stuhlmiller was raised on a wheat farm outside of Reardan, Washington and attended Pacific Lutheran University for her undergrad and University of Washington School of Medicine for medical school where she was able to spend most of my training years here in Spokane. She completed her residency at this residency program when it was called Providence Spokane Family Medicine Residency. She has spent the last several years working in a rural community, practicing full scope family medicine. Though she still have a passion for rural medicine, she has returned to help teach the next generation of family physicians. Her interests include pediatrics, women’s health, OB, geriatrics and in office procedures (rural medicine). When she’s not doctoring she’s spending time with my family, camping, backpacking or completing the latest home improvement project.
Diane has been with Family Medicine Residency Spokane since 1981. She started out as scheduler and has done managed care billing, accounts receivable/payable, payroll, office manager, administrative assistant to the faculty, and then in 2011 became the program coordinator. What a wonderful ride it has been!! As coordinator, she takes care of the residents from recruitment through graduation and then after as things are needed. This has been a very rich and rewarding position and she plans to stay her until she retires. Diane is married and has 2 grown sons and three grandsons. Besides spending time with her family and friends, she enjoys the beautiful area that we live in and does 4-wheeling, camping, playing games and knitting/crocheting in her free time.