Jacob Darnell, DO - Family Medicine - Washington, DC
Brian Powers, DO - Emergency Medicine - Warren, MI
Timothy Reed, MD - Internal Medicine - Brooklyn, NY
Andrew Kloberdanz, DO
Andrew Kloberdanz completed his undergraduate education in his home state of Colorado at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He received his BA in Biochemistry with a minor in Chemistry. He then worked at Left Hand Brewing Company in Longmont, Colorado for 2 years before matriculating into medical school at the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine in Glendale, Arizona. He originally started his career in Emergency Medicine before switching to Family Medicine at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan. When he is not working, Andrew enjoys spending his time mountain biking and being in the great outdoors.
Jeremy Blanchard, MD, MPH
Jeremy Blanchard attended Lee University where he obtained degrees in Biochemistry and English. During his studies he worked on NASA-funded research studying the effects of microgravity on bone loss in astronauts. He then obtained an MPH at Yale University focusing on the epidemiology of microbial diseases. While there he focused on the attenuation of influenza transmission as well as research funded by USAID assessing emerging pandemic threats.
Jeremy attended medical school at the James H. Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University. He then started his career in General Surgery residency at the University of Maryland Medical Center before switching to Family Medicine at the same institution. He served as chief resident. He is heavily involved in research and is completing his PhD in Population Health at Thomas Jefferson University in Applied Health Economics and Outcomes Research. His research interests include health economics, infectious disease modeling, and economic mobility. Jeremy also recently completed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Population Health Training in Place Program (PH-TIPP) with projects focused on opioid prescription limits and impact of treatment court.
Nari Hsiu, DO
Nari Hsiu received her BA in International Studies from the University of Washington and then worked as an ophthalmic technician before matriculating at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine. During medical school, she found her passion for working with individuals struggling with mental illness and addiction. She completed psychiatry residency at the University of Washington, Boise Track. She recently completed fellowship training at the University of Washington Boise and plans to work at the Boise VA Medical Center as a staff psychiatrist with subspeciality in addiction medicine. Nari enjoys anything lemon-flavored, bicycle rides on the Boise greenbelt, and spending time with her friends and family.