Residency Faculty and Staff
Written correspondence to anyone you met during your time at OHSU Family Medicine may be sent to:
OHSU Family Medicine Residency
Mailcode: Family Medicine
3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Road
Portland, OR 97239
Joe Skariah, D.O., M.P.H., M.B.A.
Associate residency directors of education
Whitney Roper, M.D.
Brian Garvey, M.D., M.P.H.
Associate residency directors/clinic medical directors
Timothy Joslin, M.D.
Emily Myers, M.D.
Smriti Ohri, M.D.
Hunter Poarch, M.D.
Jon Wildi, M.D.
Associate residency director of maternity care
Emma Brooks, M.D.
Associate residency director of inpatient care
Melissa Logan, M.D.
Director of behavioral health education
Rebekah Schiefer, M.S.W., L.C.S.W.
- Tovi Anderson, M.D.
- Wes Baker, M.D.
- Carol Blenning, M.D.
- Matt Chan, M.D.
- Nick Gideonse, M.D.
- Kristin Gilbert, M.D.
- Hans Han, M.D.
- Brigit Hatch, M.D., M.P.H.
- Patricia Hong, M.D.
- Rick Moberly, M.D.
- Tom Phanthavady, M.D.
- Sean Robinson, M.D.
- Rachel Sircar, M.D.
- Sarah Skog, M.D.
- Emily Waterman, M.D., M.P.H.
- Nancy Zink, M.D.
Residency program scheduling tech
Courtney Flowers | 503 494-4496
Courtney is a proud Oregon Duck alumna and received her Master's in English from Portland State University. After living in San Diego, Louisiana, and Hawaii, she is happy to be back in the beautiful northwest. She loves Law & Order, politics, sports, and her rambunctious Labradoodle, Zoey. A dream of hers is to be on the Amazing Race, despite her fear of heights, selective eating, and lack of map reading skills. Courtney is thankful for the opportunity to get to know residents and loves investing in resident wellness and helping residents achieve their future work and personal goals.
Inpatient and maternity care scheduling tech
Maria Sampson grew up in Portland, OR and attended the University of Oregon earning a B.S. in Psychology. Maria has been with family medicine for over 3 years. She greatly enjoys working with the passionate group of Family Medicine Residents and Faculty. Being a native Oregonian, Maria enjoys an active outdoor lifestyle; hiking, camping, kayaking, snowboarding.
Brittany Buckwalter | 503 494-6773
Brittany enjoys working with residents to define their areas of concentration in order to have great elective opportunities and successful capstone projects. She is passionate about resident wellness and is often found helping plan wellness gatherings, hosting summer barbeques, and Thanksgiving meals for the residents. In her free time, she enjoys trying new eateries in Portland, volunteering, and spending time with friends and family.
Residency program assistant
Dahlia grew up in Portland, OR and attended the University of Oregon earning a B.S. in Planning, Public Policy and Management. Dahlia is grateful for the opportunity to work among such a great team and successful program. Off the clock, Dahlia enjoys trying new restaurants, quality time with family and friends, and traveling.
Residency quality coordinator
Jen grew up in sunny Tucson, AZ before moving to southern California where she earned her B.A. in Business Administration from the University of San Diego. In her free time, you can find her Uber-ing her kids around town, reading the latest true-crime novel, or scrolling online looking at houses she can’t afford. Jen was a surgical medical coder at OHSU for over a decade before transitioning to her role in Family Medicine. She really enjoys the opportunity to work with a fabulous team of residents and faculty and particularly looks forward to Match Day to reveal who the next group of rising OHSU physicians will be!
Director of education
Danni earned a B.A. in Psychology and French from Indiana University. She spent several years managing camps and conference centers across the state of Indiana before exploring her true passion: healthcare. After spending time in direct patient care settings, she has found her niche working with residents and the talented administrative team who keeps everything running smoothly. When she's not working, she can be found chasing her energetic son and puppy around the park, forcing her husband to expand his culinary horizons, or reading a good book.