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Paul Raymond M.D.

Paul Raymond M.D.

Education
Kenai Central High School, 1976
Washington State – BS in Biology, 1979
University of Washington Medical School – M.D., 1984
Family Practice Residency – Saginaw, MI – 1987

Certifications
Board certified American Board of Family Medicine
Diplomat Sleep Medicine
Advanced Trauma Life Support
Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Organizations
American Academy of Sleep Medicine
American Academy of Family Practice
American College of Chest Physicians
Alaska State Medical Association

Interests/Hobbies
Commercial Fishing – Cook Inley
Snowmobiling Treks

Experiential Background
Founder, Kachemak Bay Medical Clinic in 1990
Active Staff, South Peninsula Hospital since 1987
Medical Director, Anchorage Sleep Center since 2010

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Judith Steyer M.D.

Judith Steyer M.D.

Educational Background:
Michigan State University – BS in Nutritional Sciences, 1982
University of Washington Medical School – Family Medicine, 1991
Residency Training – Marquette, MI – 1991 – 1994
University of Minnesota Medical School – Travel and Tropical Medicine Certificate Program, 2013

Experiential Background:
Yukon Kuskokwim Health Center, 1994-1996
Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center, 1996 – 2006
Seldovia Village Tribe Health Center, 2006-2008
Kachemak Bay Medical Clinic, 2008-present

Interests:
Preventative Medicine and wellness
Women and Children's health, including Adolescent health
Travel and Tropical medicine
Volunteer community health work in Nepal

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Kenneth Hahn M.D.

Judith Steyer M.D.

Educational Background:
Nome High School
Brown University
University of Washington Medical School – M.D., 1984
Family Practice Residency – Eastern Maine – 1987

Certifications:
Board certified American Board of Family Medicine
Advanced Trauma Life Support

Organizations:
American Academy of Family Practice
Alaska State Medical Association

Interests/Hobbies:
Gardening
Skiing

Experiential Background:
Active Staff, South Peninsula Hospital since 1996

 

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Ann Carolyn Anderson P.A.


Educational Background:
University of Utah – Physician Assistant, 1994
Top of class recognition
Direct-Entry Midwife, 1990

Multnomah School of the Bible – graduate certificate, 1988

University of Alaska Fairbanks - BS Biology, 1985

Experiential Background:
Worked in home birth and birth centers in Fairbanks, Mat-Su, Anchorage, and Yakutsk, Siberia.
Worked in family medicine as a PA in Kotzebue and in Homer at KBMC since 1995

Interests:
"My interests in medicine include helping patients to stay healthy. I enjoy seeing patients of all ages and it has been a pleasure to take care of patients for almost 20 years in Homer. I alter work with patients with patients who desire hormone balancing and psychiatric help."

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Nancy Mackey PAC.


Educational Background:
Enterprise High School, 1974
Shasta College – A.A., 1975
Los Altos College and Stanford University – A.S. – Primary Care Associate Program, 1976

Experiential Background:
Dr. Milton, Family Practice, PAC, Redding, CA, 1976 – 1982
Dr. Wallace, Gastroenterology, PAC, Redding, CA, 1982 – 1987
Moved to Alaska 1988
Dr. Raymond and Dr. Hahn, Kenai & Homer, AK, PAC, 1999 - present

Interests:
Nancy enjoys sport gardening, fishing, swimming, hockey and animals.

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Carol Klamser FNP


Educational Background:
Associate of Science Degree (AS) in nursing in 1976 from Ventura, California

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from California State University with the Critical Care option - 1981

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), in the Education track from California State University - 1984

Post-master's certificate as a family nurse practitioner and physician assistant license through the joint offered at the University of California, Davis in 1990.

Experiential Background:
Dr. Klamser has been involved in teaching since the mid 1980s. She taught in the BSN, MSN, and Nurse Practitioner programs at California State University, Dominguez Hills. After moving to Homer, Alaska in 2002, she joined outreach faculty and has been a tenured Associate Professor in the Associate Degree program since 2010, for the College of Health at the University of Alaska, Anchorage.

She has maintained her professional career as a practicing family nurse practitioner in Homer at the Kachemak Bay Medical Clinic. She has served in many leadership roles, and continues to be involved in the clinic, educational, and consulting areas of forensics since 1985. She offers consulting on forensic and medical issues to various attorneys in Alaska. She has served on the Forensic Nurse Certification Board, and currently is elected on the IAFN Nominating Committee and the Education Task Force Committee for the International Association of Forensic Nurses, developing educational guidelines for forensic examiners, which was recently published. She currently serves on the State of Alaska Maternal, Infant, and Child Death Review Committee. Dr. Klamser has presented on domestic violence and other forensic issues at several International Association of Forensic Nurses Scientific Assemblies.