Dr. Stewart completed medical school at Loma Linda University in Southern California in 1989. He completed his specialty training in general surgery in 1994 at Loma Linda University Medical Center and advanced training in trauma surgery and surgical critical care in Los Angeles. Prior to coming to Ashland, he was on the teaching staff at William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Besides his training and interest in trauma, he also has an interest in cancer surgery and for 3 years was the cancer program director at William Beaumont Army Medical Center
Starting with volunteering at Glendale Memorial Hospital while still in high school, she saw how small doses of kindness translated into quicker recovery and happier patients. From this stimulus, Dr Schilling jumped into a nursing career first as a Licensed Vocational Nurse, then earning her Registered Nurse license, and finally adding on a Critical Care RN certificate.
In 1993, Dr. Schilling graduated from medical school at The University of California, San Diego. Venturing to Oregon for her residency at Oregon Health Sciences, she fell in love with the beaver state and relaunched her medical career as a physician.
Katherine completed her training at Western University of Health Sciences in 1995. She is a board certified Physician Assistant with experience in rural health, emergency medicine, pediatrics, oncology, neurology and surgery. She has been in the Rogue Valley since 1998. In her free time, she likes to be outdoors with her two kids, camping, bicycling, rowing or rafting.