Alana Muir, DO

Alana Muir, DO

Medical School: Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences Philosophy of Care: To guide and empower patients in making their own medical decisions in an inclusive environment that is focused on preventative and evidence-based care. Medical Interests: Full spectrum family medicine, health equity, end-of-life planning, early childhood development, reproductive health and trauma-informed care. What drew you to CWFMR and/or Yakima: I grew up...

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Demetrios Vorgias, MD

Demetrios Vorgias, MD

  Medical School: St. George’s University Philosophy of Care: I have 3 guiding philosophies of care: The patient comes first – now, always, and forever An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. It is better to keep patients healthy than to treat them once they’re sick. In 21st century America, most of the top diseases that rob us of our quality of life and end our lives prematurely are preventable. Cancer, diabetes, heart disease can all...

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Kim Wadsworth, DO

Kim Wadsworth, DO

Medical School: Pacific Northwest University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Yakima, WA Philosophy of Care: ‘Service is joy!’ My goal, as a competent, compassionate and humanistic primary care physician, is to provide patient-/community-centric, evidence-based care to people from all walks of life. By combining my skills in technology and my research background, I strive to accurately diagnose illness, emphasize prevention, actively engage...

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Charles Kotulski, MD

Charles Kotulski, MD

Medical School: Saba University School of Medicine Philosophy of Care: “The body is a unit; the person is a unit of body, mind, and spirit.” “Let food be thy medicine and let medicine be thy food.” These are my two favorite medical quotes. The former is from Dr. A.T. Still and the latter is from Hippocrates whom many consider to be the father of modern medicine. However, my favorite quote is from John Lennon, “Life is what happens when you’re...

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