Meghan Young was just a kid herself when she knew she wanted to become a doctor, one that cared for children the way her own pediatrician did.
Teresa Beckett “always knew” she wanted to be a nurse, a dream cemented the summer she helped her aunt care for a grandmother.
She rode with a broken hand, battling bronchitis, brutal head winds, pouring rain and temperatures that sometimes topped 100 degrees.
After 23 years of practicing internal medicine in the Shoreline area north of Seattle, Dr. David Jackson, the clinic’s managing partner, found himself yearning for new adventure and a fresh start.
He loves tools, working with his hands and problem solving. He was headed toward a career in mechanical engineering.
His father was a pulmonologist; his mother a nurse. But growing up in a small town in Colorado, Jim Repsher, a certificated physician assistant at KVH Orthopedics, never planned a career in healthcare.
She’s raced dirt bikes, motorcycles and cars, works on her motorcycles and likes tools and fixing things – especially people.
At 50, Dena Mahre, an orthopedic physician assistant at KVH Orthopedics, is living a life she loves – and intent on helping others do the same.
He’s an accomplished orthopedic surgeon with decades of experience in changing lives for the better.