Our Residents

  • 2020

    Steven Arnold, M.D.

    University of South Alabama

    Christina Cherian, M.D.

    University of South Florida

    Rosa Joseph, D.O., MPH

    A.T. Still University 
    College of Osteopathic Medicine

    Isaac Kinman, D.O.

    Nova Southeastern

    Brittany Malouff, D.O.

    Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine

    Dana Munn, D.O.

    Des Moines University, College of Osteopathic Medicine

    Andrea Silva Curet, M.D.

    Universidad Central del Este in the Dominican Republic

    Michael Sparks, M.D.

    Ross University School of Medicine

    Heather Tramel, M.D.

    Heather Tramel, M.D

    Florida State University

     

    Mallory Whitley, M.D.
    Saint Louis University School of Medicine
  • 2021

    Georgetta J. Bundley, M.D.

    Meharry Medical College

     

    Khadijah Fergiani, M.D.

    University of Central Florida

     
      
    Shawn M. Hamm, D.O.

    Alabama College of
    Osteopathic Medicine

     
    Stephanie V. Hill. M.D.

    Florida State University

     
    Brian T. Leo, M.D.

    State University of New York

     
    Cassandra E. Moison, D.O.

    Liberty University
    College of Osteopathic Medicine

     

    Alexander J. Navone, D.O.

    Philadelphia
    College of Osteopathic Medicine

     

     
    Jennifer A. Rowe, M.D.

    Florida State University

     
    James D. Stephenson, D.O.

    Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine

     

     
    Chelsea L. Weiland, D.O.

    Nova Southeastern

  • 2021
  • 2020


    Steven Arnold, M.D.

    University of South Alabama

     

    Dr. Steven Arnold was born and raised in Mobile, AL. He attended the University of South Alabama in Mobile, where he majored in Biomedical Science with an Honors senior thesis in organic chemistry in 2012. He then worked as a medical assistant for Dr. Norman S. Lichtenfeld, orthopedic surgeon at Providence Hospital in Mobile. This job revealed that his real passion is getting to know his patients, hearing their stories, and working closely with them to find a solution to their problems. He returned to the University of South Alabama College of Medicine, Class of 2017. During his time in medical school, he took a special interest in learning how to strengthen the relationship between health professionals and became an interprofessional fellow. In his third year of medical school, he went to Chatom, AL for his family medicine rotation and immediately fell in love with family medicine. St. Vincent’s Family Medicine Residency just felt like home and a friendly environment to work alongside his patients and with healthcare professionals. His special interests include inpatient medicine as well as critical care medicine. These interests led him to focus his residency training on inpatient medicine by joining the hospital medicine area of concentration. In his spare time, he claims to be a fishing, boating, and a grilling aficionado.

    Andrea Silva Curet, M.D.

    Universidad Central del Este, Dominician Republic

     

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