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Billings Clinic Internal Medicine Residency recently announced the third class of graduates of the Internal Medicine Residency program. A commencement ceremony on Friday, May 31 honored the 10 physicians who completed the three-year residency and the four physicians who completed a one-year preliminary program required for future specialty residency training.

The graduates and their future plans are:

  • Guiset Carvajal, MD, will continue Rheumatology Fellowship training at the University of Colorado in Denver. After her training, she will return as a faculty rheumatologist at Billings Clinic.
  • Taylor Easley, MD, will practice as a primary care physician and Billings Clinic Internal Medicine Residency Faculty Hospitalist at Billings Clinic.
  • Naomi Hasselblad, MD, will practice as a primary care physician at Medical Associates Healthcare in Dubuque, Iowa.
  • Stephanie Lucas, MD, will practice as a primary care physician at Novant Health Durham Internal Medicine Associates in Durham, North Carolina.
  • Felipe Martignoni, MD, will practice as a primary care physician at Central Montana Medical Center in Lewistown.
  • Nicholas Mills, DO, will practice as a primary care physician and hospitalist at Craig Memorial Health in Craig, Colorado.
  • Joanne Nazareth, MD, will practice as a primary care physician at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York.
  • Robert Renjel, JD, MBBS, will practice as a primary care physician at Duke Health System in Raleigh, North Carolina.
  • Lauren Thom, MD, will practice as a hospitalist.
  • Michael White, MB, BCH, BAO, will practice as a hospitalist at Saint Mary-Corwin in Pueblo, Colorado.
  • Conrad Addison, MD, completed the one-year program and will continue training in diagnostic radiology at the University of Washington in Seattle.
  • Coulter Neves, MD, completed the one-year program and will continue training anesthesiology at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
  • Hana Paladichuk, MD, completed the one-year program and will continue training in dermatology at the University of Texas in Austin.
  • John Wallace, MD, completed the one-year program and will continue training in diagnostic radiology at Baylor-Scott and White in Texas.

Billings Clinic established Montana’s first Internal Medicine Residency program in 2013. The three-year program combines education and research with practical clinical and hospital experience among a complex patient population. The residency program is designed to train internists to care for complex medically ill patients in rural environments. Training includes working in a rural community through the Rural Rotation Program. Each resident spends one month working at Central Montana Medical Center, a 25-bed critical access hospital in Lewistown and one month at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, an 88-bed community hospital in Sheridan, Wyoming.

For more information, go to billingsclinic.org.

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