KVH Family Medicine clinics in Ellensburg and Cle Elum have recently welcomed new physicians to their clinics. Annaliese Stone, DO joined the Ellensburg clinic in August and Andrew Thomas, MD joined the Cle Elum clinic in July.
Dr. Annaliese Stone moved to Washington from the state of Colorado. She received her Bachelor of Science from the Metropolitan State University of Denver and her graduate degree from Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Stone and her husband moved to Ellensburg in 2015 to complete her residency work with Community Health of Central Washington. She provides primary care services to patients of all ages, with a particular interest in women’s health and pediatrics.
Dr. Andrew Thomas grew up near Portland, Oregon where he enjoyed the Willamette River Valley during his youth. His schooling took him to the East Coast where he received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Rochester. Following his undergraduate studies, he worked as a paramedic for six years before pursuing his medical degree at Oregon Health and Science University.
Upon completing his residency in Pocatello, Idaho, Dr. Thomas made his way to Ellensburg where he now resides with his family. Dr. Thomas provides primary care services to patients of all ages. He has a particular interest in women’s health and preventative medicine. Outside of his medical career, Dr. Thomas enjoys landscape photography, outdoor activities and being a father to his two sons.
Both clinics are accepting new patients. For more information, please call KVH Family Medicine – Cle Elum at (509) 674-5331 and KVH Family Medicine - Ellensburg at (509) 933-8777.