Our team is comprised of a wide range of individuals, each sharing a common passion for patient care and medicine while bringing a diversity of interests and hobbies to the group.
Christine Lum Lung, M.D., SFHM
Dr. Lum Lung received her B.A. in Political Science from Stanford University and attended medical school at the University of Colorado. She completed her Internal Medicine residency training at the University of California at San Diego and was Chief Resident there prior to becoming a hospitalist in 2000. She has been the Medical Director of Northern Colorado Hospitalists since 2004. Her work interests include quality improvement and venous thromboembolic disease and prevention. She received the ABIM Focused Practice in Hospital Medicine certification in 2010. Outside the hospital she enjoys volleyball, hiking, and traveling.
William Bennett Austin, D.O.
Dr. Austin graduated from medical school at the University of Health Sciences in Kansas City, Missouri. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland, Oregon. He served an additional year there as a Chief Resident. In 2004 he moved to Fort Collins to help start Northern Colorado Hospitalists. His medical interest is in glycemic control in the hospitalized and critical care patient. Outside of work, he enjoys the Rocky Mountains with his wife and three children.
Beth Yoder, M.D., FHM
Dr. Yoder did her undergraduate work at Bethel College in North Newton, KS, and then did research in child and adolescent sleep and development through Brown University . She attended medical school at the University of Colorado and completed residency training at the University Hospitals of Cleveland (Case Western) before joining the Northern Colorado Hospitalists in 2004. Her interests include palliative care. When not working she and her husband enjoy traveling, cooking, contemporary art, and sculpture.
Jennifer Woelk, M.D., FHM
Dr. Woelk attended Brandeis University before attending the University of Connecticut Medical School. She received her Internal Medicine residency training at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine where she was chief resident from 2004-2005. Dr. Woelk medical interest include VTE diagnosis and Stroke management. Outside of work she enjoys swimming and being outdoors, especially on the beach.
Mary Spannring, M.D.
Dr. Spannring attended Marquette University for her undergraduate training and went on to medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin. She attended residency in General Surgery at Mayo School of Medicine and followed this with her Internal Medicine residency at the Marshfield Clinic. She was Chief Resident at the Marshfield clinic following residency. She and her husband have two daughters.
Victoria Clipsham, M.D.
Dr. Clipsham attended the University of Oklahoma for undergraduate studies as well as medical school. She received her Internal Medicine training from the University of Tennessee at Memphis. Within medicine she has interests in hospital medicine as well as cardiology, pulmonology, and endocrinology. Outside of work she enjoys horseback riding, traveling, jogging, and reading.
Charmaine Reghitto, M.D.
Dr. Reghitto attended the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo and then came to Colorado to do her Internal Medicine residency at the University of Colorado. She and her husband enjoy spending time with their two children.
Christine Johnston, M.D.
Dr. Johnston grew up in San Diego and attended Georgetown University for her undergraduate studies. She went on to medical school at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. She completed her Internal Medical Residency at Temple University Hospital and practiced General Internal Medicine in Philadelphia for 8 years before moving to Fort Collins in 2007 and transitioning to Hospitalist Medicine. In her free time Dr. Johnston enjoys biking, running, skiing and exploring Colorado with her husband, two children, and two dogs.
Piotr Filipowski, M.D.
Dr. Filipowski initially received his medical degree in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine in Poland. He worked as a physician there for 3 years before emigrating to the United States. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the Lutheran Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York and then worked as a hospitalist in New Jersey before moving to Fort Collins. He has two daughters and his wife is a pediatrician. His interests outside of medicine include hiking, biking and skiing.
Kate Knepper, M.D., FACP
Dr. Knepper received her BA in Human Biology from Stanford University in 1993. She graduated from Northwestern University Medical School in 1999, and from their residency program in 2002. She spent eight years in private practice in Fort Collins before joining Northern Colorado Hospitalists. Her medical interests are in palliative care. Outside the hospital, she enjoys hiking, cooking, gardening, and spending time with her husband and son.
Adam Mack, M.D.
Dr. Adam Mack received a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Colorado State University and completed medical school at the University of Nebraska. He went on to perform his residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Vermont, and has worked as a hospitalist in Washington state prior to joining Northern Colorado Hospitalists. His interests include spending time with his family, fly fishing, woodwork, and biking.
Nancy Terrell Maller, M.D.
Dr. Maller has been a practicing hospitalist since 2002 and has previously worked in Washington State, Idaho and most recently in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Maller obtained her Internal Medicine training at Yale University in New Haven, CT. In addition, she received her fellowship training in Rheumatology from Columbia Presbyterian in New York. When not working, Dr. Maller enjoys biking and spending time with her husband Mike.
Robert Lampman, M.D.
Dr. Lampman earned his B.S. in Cell and Molecular Biology from the University of Michigan. He initially entered Dartmouth Medical School as an MD/PhD student, but after a couple years in the lab he realized his greater interest was with patient care and public health. He left the PhD (biochemistry) component of his studies and focused on clinical medicine while also founding a political advocacy organization to get medical students involved in the promotion of public health legislation. He then attended residency at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill before moving to Colorado. He and his wife enjoy the outdoors and good food.
Michael Osborn, D.O.
Dr. Osborn attended Pittsburg State University for undergraduate studies, followed by the Kansas City University of Medicine for medical school. He then completed a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatric residency at The University of Kansas Medical Center. Within medicine his interests are hospital medicine, quality improvement and medical informatics. Outside of work he enjoys trail running, mountain biking, camping, and fishing.
Sandhya Tadikonda, M.D.
Dr. Sandhya Tadikonda attended medical school in India and worked in a community hospital for 2 years before immigrating to United States. She received her Internal Medicine degree from Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center in Bronx, New York and shortly afterwards, moved to Colorado. She worked in Denver as a Hospitalist before moving to Fort Collins. She fell in love with Colorado because of the access to the outdoors. Her interests in medicine include stroke prevention and management, pharmacology and coding and documentation. Outside of medicine she enjoys cooking and spending quality time with her husband and son.
Dr. Kathrin Harrington
Dr. Kathrin Harrington grew up in Switzerland and Oklahoma. She received her Bachelors of Science and Medical Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Harrington attended the University of Colorado, Denver for her Internal Medicine training with an emphasis on hospital medicine. Her medical interests are in quality improvement. In her free time, she enjoys a good book, knitting, hiking, skiing, and spending time with her husband.
Dr. Daniel Giles
Dr. Daniel Giles graduated from Lawrence University in Appleton, WI with his BA in Biology. He attended Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in Maywood, IL and then completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Minnesota. He joined Northern Colorado Hospitalists in 2012. Medical and research interests include pulmonary medicine. In his free time Dan enjoys spending time with his wife, biking, home brewing, and playing ball with their dog, Piper.
Dr. Alex Myers
Dr. Alex Myers is a native of Salt Lake City, Utah and completed his undergraduate training in Biology at Westminster College. He attended medical school at Saint Louis University School of Medicine. He completed residency training in Internal Medicine at University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. Dr. Myers enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, hiking, biking, and playing guitar.
Aimee Hinton, R.N.
Aimee earned her nursing degree from FRCC in 1995. She has been with PVHS since 1997 and with the Hospitalist Program since 2002. Recently, she has received Med-Surg Certification through the ANCC. She enjoys spending time with her family, including her 2 daughters.
Monica Lambert, R.N.
Monica Lambert completed her nursing degree at Regis University. Her 17 years of nursing have been spent entirely at Poudre Valley Hospital. She enjoys running, reading and traveling with her daughter and her husband.
Denise Rex, R.N.
Denise Rex earned her nursing degree from the University of Northern Colorado in 1999. Her areas of interest in medicine include cardiac and infectious disease. Outside of work she gardens, does yoga, is learning the guitar and spends her free time with her two sons and her husband.
Carmen Brandt, R.N.
Carmen received her BSN at UNC in 1997. She has worked for Poudre Valley Hospital for 13 years. When she's not working she enjoys spending quality time with her husband Dan, 9 grandkids and 3 dogs. Her other interests include jogging, hiking, gardening and traveling with her husband.
Jenn Schneider, RN-BC
Jenn earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology at Pacific Lutheran University and then her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Northern Colorado. She has been working at Medical Center of the Rockies ever since. She loves spending time with her husband, two children, and three rescue dogs. In her free time she is an avid swimmer, snowboarder and enjoys SCUBA diving worldwide.
Andrea M Stadjuhar, R.N.
Andi received her degree from ACC in 2001. She has worked at PVHS since April, 2002. She currently holds ANCC certification in Cardiovascular nursing. In her spare time she loves spending quality time with her children, granddaughter and husband Terry. A few of her hobbies include: camping, hiking, gardening, photography and spending time with friends.
Cheryl Campbell, R.N.
Cheryl completed undergraduate studies at Colorado State University in Health and Exercise Science with a concentration in Health Promotion and went on for a nursing degree at Front Range Community College and has worked at PVHS since. She is certified in Orthopedic Nursing and enjoys patient education. She enjoys working out, traveling and spending time with her husband and daughter.
Amanda Hlawaty, R.N.
Amanda received her nursing degree from the University of Northern Colorado and has been a nurse within the Poudre Valley Health System since 1997. She is certified in critical care through the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. She enjoys hiking, biking and skiing with her husband and 2 sons.
Hauna Lukton, R.N.
Hauna obtained her nursing degree in 2005 from FRCC, but has been working within the medical field for the past 19 years. She spends her time outside of work cooking, reading and remodeling her home. But above all else she loves to spend time with her family including her 3 wonderful children Anais, Ava, and Franklin.