Dan Gundry

Dan Gundry, MSN, Nurse Practitioner, ICHS Holly Park clinicLocation:

Holly Park

Language:

English

Degree:

Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Education:

Seattle University, MSN
University of Wisconsin-Madison, BA

Certification:

Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-C)

Why I Work at ICHS:

I was drawn to the organization’s commitment to social justice, advocacy, and providing high quality care to diverse populations. I’m very happy to be part of the team.

Patient Care Philosophy:

My goal is to work collaboratively with patients and help them improve and maintain their physical, social, and emotional well-being.

Interesting Note About Myself:

I love being outdoors in the PNW, seeing live music, cheering on Wisconsin sports teams, and spending time with my family.

Jenna Buller Nofziger

Jenna Buller Nofziger, MSN, Nurse Practitioner ICHS Holly Park clinicLocation:

Holly Park

Language:

English

Degree:

Master of Nursing Practice (MSN)

Education:

MSN at Seattle University
BSN at Goshen College

Certification:

Family Nurse Practitioner – AANP Board Certified

Why I Work at ICHS:

I work for ICHS because they have shown a strong commitment to providing excellent healthcare and advocating for people in an equitable and just manner which is tangible in the atmosphere from the teamwork and commitment given to individuals and families from the entire staff.

Patient Care Philosophy:

As a provider, I value the importance of holistic and preventative health care that embodies physical and mental health by incorporating listening and collaboration with individuals and families in order to improve health in a way that is individualized so that they can live the lives they want to live.

Interesting Note About Myself:

I enjoy traveling, being outside, learning from and about other cultures, and cooking a tasty meal.

Kate Ceronsky

Kate Ceronsky, MSN, Nurse Practitioner ICHS Holly Park clinicWork Location:

Holly Park

Degree:

Masters of Science in Nursing

Education:

Masters of Science in Nursing, Seattle University
Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy, Whitman College

Certification:

Family Nurse Practitioner, FNP-C

Why I Work at ICHS:

I am excited to work in an organization which was created in response to community needs and continues to center the values of its members. I admire the commitment to education and mentorship that ICHS shows. ICHS prepares providers to serve communities in a responsible and sustainable manner.

Patient Care Philosophy:

I hope to help patients make informed decisions about their health and healthcare. I believe health is a multidimensional combination of physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. I am excited to learn from each and every one of my patients.

Interesting Note About Myself:

I come from a family that hunts deer and collects wild rice in Minnesota. I am a lover of long trail runs, chai tea, collecting mushrooms, and snowy days. My most memorable jobs were tracking mountain lions and training sled dogs.

Andrea Liem

Andrea Liem, OD, Optometrist. International District Vision ClinicLocation:

ICHS Vision Clinic

language:

English

Degree:

OD

Education:

State University of New York College of Optometry

Certification:

Doctor of Optometry

Why I Work at ICHS:

Having worked in densely populated areas throughout New York City, I find it fascinating to encounter patients from a diversity of backgrounds. It is through these experiences that have shaped me into the provider that I am today- one that is passionate about serving culturally diverse individuals.  After returning to my hometown of Washington, it is my goal to continue to serve the community that I grew up in.

Patient Care Philosophy:

As a primary eye care provider I strive to improve the lives of my patients by optimizing their vision and ocular health.  I feel that every patient should be given the opportunity to see their best and it is my goal to help them achieve this through quality care and careful patient education.

Interesting Note About Myself:

On my free time I enjoy exploring new hiking trails throughout the Pacific Northwest and discovering new foods with my young daughter and husband.

William (Bill) Hoskyn

Work Location:

Shoreline

Degree:

Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner

Education:

Doctor of Nursing Practice and Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing, University of Washington
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and French, Duke University

Certification:

Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse

Why I Work at ICHS:

I work at ICHS because of its commitment to serving people that would otherwise have little access to health care.  I also chose this organization because the staff is passionate about their work and is committed to giving our patients high-quality care.

Patient Care Philosophy:

As a provider I seek to collaborate with patients to optimize their health so that they can work, care for their loved ones, and lead meaningful lives. I believe that health is multidimensional and not just physical, and I strongly value preventive medicine in order to avoid or minimize future disease.

Interesting Note About Myself:

I’m originally from Atlanta, Georgia, but after college I left the muggy South for the beautiful and more temperate Pacific Northwest. I love to travel, hike, play board games, sing karaoke, and rock climb. I love seeing patients across the lifespan, and I have a soft spot in my heart for LGBTQ health and palliative and end-of-life care.

Solomuna Habtu

Location:

Shoreline Clinic

Languages:

English, Tigrinia

Year Joined ICHS:

2016

Dental Degree:

Doctor of Dental Surgery

Education:

University of Missouri- Kansas City

Why I Work at ICHS:

I work at ICHS to have the opportunity to work with patients and staff who come from all over the world. This organization also feels like a family and I enjoy that aspect too.

Patient Care Philosophy:

I aim to provide the care, support, and education to my patients to the best of my abilities. I want them to see me as a partner in achieving and maintaining good oral health and overall well-being.

Interesting Note About Myself:

I love to watch sports (Go St. Louis Cardinals!), adventure, and travel.

Hien-Thao Phan

Hien-Thao Phan, MSW, ICHS Behaviorial Health Specialist. Seattle-International DistrictLocation:

International District

Language:

English

Year Joined ICHS:

7/2016

Degree:

Masters of Social Work

Why I Work at ICHS:

I’ve known about ICHS for a long time and I’m glad to finally be working here. I like that ICHS works and engages the API community in various ways. The vision and mission of ICHS also aligned with what I want for the community, so it’s a wonderful opportunity to work here.

Patient Care Philosophy:

Patient centered, strength based, and mindful of patient’s experiences, culture, and background.

Interesting Note About Myself:

I love to garden and see the results of my hard work. I’m into organic gardening, native plants, and ways to keep the native bee population thriving. In my down time, I watch Korean drama, swim, and play ping-pong.

Tiffany Ho

Tiffany Ho, ICHS Physician. Seattle-International DistrictLocation:

International District

languages:

English, Mandarin

Degree:

MD, MPH

Education:

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Why I Work at ICHS:

As an advocate for community health, I am excited to join an organization that dedicates its services to the local community. I am incredibly honored to be a part of this wonderful community. I still clearly recall the first time I toured the clinic on my interview day, and was fortunate enough to visit again the following day. Both times I walked through the corridors in awe at the comprehensive, and innovative, resources available to the community this clinic serves. This clinic aligns well with multiple personal interests I have including the integration of East-West medicine, behavioral health counseling, and most importantly, providing culturally sensitive multi-disciplinary care to patients of diverse backgrounds.

Patient Care Philosophy:

To provide quality, holistic care to patients of all backgrounds, and to promote healthy mental and physical well-being. Primary care is necessary but not sufficient to improve the health of communities, partnerships with local organizations and community advocates are also essential.

Interesting Note About Myself:

I am open to trying new things – whether it’s activities, food, music, or anything adventurous! I enjoy baking more than eating my own creations, and love to hike, as well as climb.

 

 

Lisa Chan

Lisa Chan, ICHS Physican. Seattle-International DistrictLOCATION:

International District

Languages:

English, Cantonese, Toisanese

Degree:

M.D.

Education:

Pennsylvania State University

Why I Work at ICHS:

The vibrant neighborhood, passionate staff, and diverse patients drew me to ICHS. I’m excited to work in a clinic that is so active and engaged in the community it serves.

Patient Care Philosophy:

My philosophy and goal is to provide compassionate, patient-centered care.

Interesting Note About Myself:

I love to go hiking and try new foods. I also have a cat who does tricks.

I’m a native of Salt Lake City, and I grew up speaking Toisanese and some Cantonese at home. I studied chemistry and Chinese language & literature as an undergrad at the University of Utah. After working for two years as a lab technician and nurse aide, I moved out east to attend Penn State University for medical school where I became involved in various organizations including a student-run free clinic, geriatric interest group, and mentoring program for at-risk youth. In my free time, I like to draw, paint, run, hike, and dabble in rock climbing. I also have a dog trapped inside a cat’s body named Toby whom I have trained to do various tricks.