Meet our Residents


2014 Resident Graduation Dinner

                                
PGY - 5 Residents

Corbin Sullivan, MD

Corbin Sullivan, MD 
Medical College of Wisconsin
Hometown: Marshfield, WI
 

Timothy Stoddard, MD

Timothy Stoddard, MD
University of Southern California 
Hometown: Honolulu, HI
 

Brent Nichols, MD

Brent Nichols, MD
University of Iowa
Hometown: Marshalltown, IA

PGY - 4 Residents
 

Mallory O’Niel, MD

Mallory O’Niel, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Hometown: Bloomfield Hills, MI
 

Ruchin Patel, MD

Ruchin Patel, MD
Indiana University
Hometown: South Bend, IN
 

Craig Hoekzema, MD

Craig Hoekzema, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Hometown: Holland, MI

PGY - 3 Residents
 

Jessica Southwood, MD

Jessica Southwood, MD 
Medical College of Wisconsin
Hometown: Leawood, KS
 

Jad Jabbour, MD

Jad Jabbour, MD 
Northwestern University
Hometown: Morgantown, WV
 

Justin Yan, MD

Justin Yan, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Hometown: Renton, WA

PGY - 2 Residents
 

Kevin Casey, MD

Kevin Casey, MD
Loyola University Chicago
Hometown: Westchester, IL
 

David Linn, MD

David Linn, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
 

Kendra Luebke, MD

Kendra Luebke, MD
University of Nebraska
Hometown: Hardy, NE

PGY - 1
 

Karl Doerfer, MD

Karl Doerfer, MD
Northwestern University
Hometown: Shell Mera, Ecuador


Ryan Little, MD

Ryan Little, MD
University of North Carolina
Hometown: Asheville, NC

 

Derek Vanhille, MD

Derek Vanhille, MD
Virginia Commonwealth University
Hometown: Centerville, Utah

Where our Residents have gone...

Class of 2014

  • Daniel Cannon, MD - private practice, The Dalles, Oregon
  • Elizabeth Kelly, MD - academic practice, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
  • Luke Jakubowski, MD - pediatric otolaryngology fellowship, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Class of 2013

  • Ope Daramola, MD - rhinology fellowship, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine - private practice, Plainsboro, New Jersey
  • Kelli Rudman, MD - private practice, Omaha, Nebraska
  • Matthew Sitton, MD – pediatric otolaryngology fellowship, Texas Children’s Hospital - Baylor College of Medicine, Houston,Texas - academic practice, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas

Class of 2012

  • Susan Fulmer, MD – private practice, Canandaigua, New York
  • Sung-Won Kim, MD – private practice, Olympia, Washington
  • Sachin Pawar, MD – facial plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship, Oregon Health & Science University, - academic practice, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Class of 2011

  • Kenny Carter, Jr., MD – private practice, Dallas, Texas
  • Nidhi Gupta, MD –head and neck fellowship, University of Cincinnati – academic practice, Albert Einstein School of Medicine, New York, New York
  • John Nash, MD – private practice, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Class of 2010

  • David Hartemink, MD – private practice, Denver, Colorado
  • Brian McMullin, MD – private practice, Houston, Texas
  • Ericka King, MD – pediatric otolaryngology fellowship, University of Michigan – academic practice, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon

Class of 2009

  • Arun Badi, MD – private practice, Dallas, Texas
  • Christopher Cederberg, MD – private practice, Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Nima Shemirani, MD – facial plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship, Glasgold Group, Highland Park, New Jersey – private practice, Beverly Hills, California

See what our residents are saying...

Featured Residents: Dr. Casey and Dr. Hoekzema

Kevin Casey, MD - PGY-2
 



 


 

 

 

Favorite aspect of residency at MCW:

Residency isn't easy. So when I looked at programs, I wanted to find one that I felt I would provide a supportive environment where I felt comfortable with my peers, senior residents and faculty and where I would be able to navigate the next 5 challenging years with not only an excellent educational and operating experience, but genuinely good people as well. MCW has been exactly that. Not to mention, with at least two fellowship-trained faculty in each subspecialty (NINE in pediatric ENT alone!), this is one of the most well-rounded departments I had the privilege of interviewing with. Whether I decide to pursue a fellowship down the road or become a general otolaryngologist, I know without a doubt that I will be well-prepared and comfortable with procedures within every subspecialty at the end of my 5 years in this program.

Advice, for PGY1 residents:

When you're an intern on off-service rotations, really take the time to get to know and spend time with your peers in other specialties. A big academic hospital can be an intimidating place at first, but it becomes home pretty quickly when you start seeing friends you've made from other rotations, not to mention it helps when you have to call them up for a favor from their service in the future! Also, if you have a hobby, keep up with it during your first year! This year is some of the most flexible time you will have and developing the habit of keeping up with your extracurricular interests is important. If you don't have a hobby, find one!

One thing you must try while living in Wisconsin:

I've yet to do it, and it personally makes me cringe as a Bears fan, but I have to get to Lambeau Field at some point. I have heard it is an amazing place to watch a football game and, all rivalries aside, as an NFL fan, there's no denying the impressive history of the stadium and organization.

Interesting fact about yourself:

I'm addicted to travel. My most memorable trip was in 2007 when my wife and I spent 6 months in Florence, Italy studying Italian language, Renaissance Art and traveling around Europe.

Craig Hoekzema, MD - PGY-4
 

Favorite aspect of residency at MCW:

I really enjoy the great people in our department.  From top to bottom, everyone is friendly, helpful and fun to work alongside.

Advice, for PGY1 residents:

Develop the habit of taking time to do things you enjoy. Life as a resident is more fun and productive if you make an effort to get to the gym, spend time with your friends, etc.

One thing you must try while living in Wisconsin:

Lake Geneva is a great place for a day-trip in the summer.

Interesting fact about yourself:

 I rolled a 300 game at Koz’s Mini Bowl in Milwaukee.

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