Amanda Savery, DO is an OB Hospitalist at Skagit Regional Health. She received her DO from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and is board by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Savery sees patients at Skagit Valley Hospital’s Family Birth Center.

Hannah Purvis, PA-C practices Family Medicine at Skagit Regional Health. She received her PA from Yale School of Medicine. Hannah sees patients at Skagit Regional Health - Station Square. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Hannah is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

Curran Emeruwa, MD practices Urology at Skagit Regional Health. He received his MD from Meharry Medical College School of Medicine and is board certified by the American Board of Urology. Dr. Emeruwa sees patients at Skagit Regional Clinics - Mount Vernon. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Dr. Emeruwa is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

Eleanor DeShone, PA-C practices Urology at Skagit Regional Health. She received her PA from Chatham University and is board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. Eleanor sees patients at Skagit Regional Clinics - Mount Vernon. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Eleanor is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

Kyle Schuyler, MD is a board-certified Urologist that practices at Skagit Regional Health. Dr. Schuyler sees patients at Skagit Regional Clinics - Mount Vernon. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

He received his medical degree from the University of Toledo College of Medicine. While in medical school, he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha and Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Societies and was awarded the Academy of Medicine of Toledo and Lucas County Richard D. Ruppert, M.D. Scholarship for academic excellence. He went on to complete his surgical internship and urology residency at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore.

He is an active member of the Urologic community and maintains memberships in several societies, including the American Urological Association, American College of Surgeons and the American Medical Association. While he manages a variety of general urological conditions, he has special interests and expertise in robotic surgery, urological oncology, minimally invasive surgery and complex kidney stone disease.

Jasleena Grewal, ARNP practices Neurology at Skagit Regional Health. She received her MSN from Seattle University School of Nursing. Jasleena sees patients at Skagit Regional Clinics - Mount Vernon. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Jasleena is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

“I was born in Hope, British Columbia where my father was doing research at the time. We moved a lot when I was very young. I basically grew up in Manhattan, Kansas (1st – 12th grade). My family returned to the Cascades every summer until I was eight, thus instilling in me a love for this area. I went to undergraduate school at UC Davis and spent my junior year abroad in Marseille, France. After college I joined the Peace Corps. I worked in inland agriculture in Liberia, West Africa for two years. It was there I became interested in medicine. I worked in Liberia an additional year as a lab technician doing medical research. I then transferred to the New York office where I worked another two years and applied to medical school. I got my MD and PhD at the University of Alabama in Birmingham and then did my residency in pediatrics in Seattle, Washington. My interests include hiking, biking, running, ultimate Frisbee, painting, assemblage sculpturing and gardening."

Andrea Lowe, MD, PhD practices Pediatrics at Skagit Regional Health - Little Mountain Pediatrics. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Dr. Lowe is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

“I was born and raised near Seattle, WA along with my twin sister. I attended the University of Puget Sound for my undergraduate studies with a focus in Biochemistry and Vocal Performance. After finishing my degree, I worked in the Section of Nutritional Neurosciences at the National Institutes of Health in Washington, DC. I subsequently obtained my MD at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine along with a MS in Nutrition at Case Western Reserve University. I eagerly returned to the Pacific Northwest to complete my residency in Pediatrics at Seattle Children’s Hospital and currently live in Bellingham with my partner who works as a helicopter firefighter pilot. My interests outside of medicine predominantly involve the outdoors, including mountaineering, rock climbing, skiing and swimming, as well as relaxing with a novel or craft project.”

Sarah Strandjord, MD practices Pediatrics at Skagit Regional Health - Little Mountain Pediatrics. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Dr. Strandjord is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

“I was raised in Toledo, Ohio as the oldest of four children. I completed my undergraduate education at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec studying Anatomical Sciences and Cell Biology, where I also met my husband. I obtained my Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant studies from what was then known as the Medical College of Ohio (now the University of Toledo College of Health Sciences). After completing my training, my husband and I were married and I moved to the Pacific Northwest, working for over 15 years in family medicine in Bellingham, Washington. Our family is now complete with three children and we live in White Rock, British Columbia to be close to both of our occupations. We keep very busy with our young family but enjoy being outdoors and appreciating everything that this area has to offer. I love to bake and enjoy creating and decorating unique cakes and cookies for my family and friends to enjoy. I’m very excited to specialize in the field of pediatrics and I am looking forward to working with the families and children of the Skagit Valley.”

Elizabeth McCrank, PA-C practices Pediatrics at Skagit Regional Health - Little Mountain Pediatrics. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Elizabeth is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

“I was born in Denver, Colorado as the fourth of five children. When I was two years old, my family moved to Phoenix, Arizona, where I spent my childhood and high school years. I spent my college years at Stanford University and attended medical school at UCLA. I did my internship and residency in pediatrics at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Seattle, Washington, where I completed a year as the Chief Resident in Pediatrics. My wife, Tracey, and I have two children, Jeffrey and Hannah. We’ve lived in Mount Vernon since 1995. My interests include spending time with my family, peanut butter and chocolate.”

Richard Levine, MD practices Pediatrics at Skagit Regional Health - Little Mountain Pediatrics. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Dr. Levine is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

“After growing up near Seattle, I completed my undergraduate education at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania where I studied political science and biology. Post college I spent several years working in research at Seattle Children’s before deciding to shift my career focus to clinical care. I attended Yale School of Nursing for my Master’s in Nursing and to become a board certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. I am passionate about providing care for children of all ages and enjoy working with families through the challenges and joys that come with each developmental stage. I was drawn to pediatrics because it provides the opportunity to intervene early and help patients and their families establish healthy habits. Some of my medical interests include preventive medicine, infant feeding and child development. In my free time I enjoy all the wonderful outdoor activities the Pacific Northwest offers including hiking and camping. I also enjoy yoga, baking and spending time with my family. I am thrilled to be in Washington working with the patients and families at Little Mountain Pediatrics!”

Katherine Lepere, ARNP practices Pediatrics at Skagit Regional Health - Little Mountain Pediatrics. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Katherine is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

“I grew up on a horse ranch in Sultan, WA. After high school, I felt like I needed to experience the other side of the U.S., so I headed off to Vassar College in New York for my first bachelor’s degree in biopsychology. It was clear I belonged back in Washington. I came back and worked in the Vascular Biology department at the University of Washington doing research for seven years before I decided to become a nurse. I received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from UW in 1999. Shortly thereafter my daughter was born, and we decided to move up to Mount Vernon to get out of the city. I quickly found this practice and knew right away I was where I was supposed to be. While working as an RN here, I went back to the UW and earned my Masters in Nursing to become a Board Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in 2008. I love working with children and their families and look forward to a long and fulfilling career at Little Mountain Pediatrics.”

Holly Henson, ARNP practices Pediatrics at Skagit Regional Health - Little Mountain Pediatrics. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Holly is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

“I grew up in Alaska and then earned my bachelors in English at UC Davis in California. I continued on to earn my masters in nursing at the University of San Francisco. I worked as a nurse at Children's Hospital in Oakland before moving to Massachusetts where I worked as a triage nurse at a community health center in Boston. Once I became board certified as a nurse practitioner I worked at a pediatric office in the Boston area. After I had my daughter in 2010 I moved to Washington with my family to be closer to my parents. I initially worked at the Pacific Lutheran University Student Health Center until my husband's job has brought us north and we're very happy to be in the Skagit area! I'm also excited to be working in pediatrics again as that's always been my area of interest and joy.”

Emily Bianconi, ARNP practices Pediatrics at Skagit Regional Health - Little Mountain Pediatrics. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Emily is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

“I am originally from the Midwest where I completed my undergraduate degree in Biology with a concentration in Health and Disease and minor in Spanish at Purdue University. I then completed my medical training at Indiana University School of Medicine. Throughout my undergraduate and medical school training I participated in physiology, molecular genetics/developmental neuroscience and microbiology research labs. I'm grateful to my research mentors and the thought processes I developed from those experiences which are an asset to me now as a physician. In medical school I developed a passion for Pediatrics which lead me to completing a Pediatrics residency at the University of Arizona. 

It continues to be an honor to care for the families of Skagit Valley. I enjoy working with patients from newborns through teenage years. As a life-long learner, my passion is to provide evidence-based care to my patients. I believe in empowering families and patients with a true understanding of their symptoms and diagnosis so that they can make informed decisions for the betterment of their health. 

Outside of clinic, I enjoy spending time with my husband, our son and our family and friends. Becoming a mother has been the greatest joy and also most humbling experiences of my life! I now take my experimenting to the kitchen where I enjoy cooking with my husband. I love the outdoors and enjoy hiking, mountain biking and stand up paddle boarding. I also enjoy reading, music and checking out community events.”

Ariel Garcia, MD practices Pediatrics at Skagit Regional Health - Little Mountain Pediatrics. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Dr. Garcia is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

“I was born and raised surrounded by the beautiful mountains and lakes of British Columbia. I then spent several years in sunny California where I received my Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Loma Linda University and passed my exam to become a Registered Dietitian. I worked as a Registered Dietitian at Loma Linda University Medical Center for the next three years. My passion for medicine continued to grow and I decided to further my education to become a Physician Assistant. I attended Western University of Health Sciences and graduated with a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies in 2020. My approach as a provider is to help educate patients and families so they can take ownership of their own care. I continue to maintain my Registered Dietitian credentials so I can better serve patients and guide them in making practical lifestyle changes. In my free time I enjoy playing music with my family, exploring the outdoors and cuddling my kitties.” 

Kendra Graham, RD, PA-C practices Pediatrics at Skagit Regional Health - Little Mountain Pediatrics. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Kendra is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.

Sylvia Wilson, PA-C practices General Surgery at Skagit Regional Health. She received her MS from the University of Saint Francis and is board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. Sylvia sees patients at Skagit Regional Clinics - Mount Vernon. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly, or by requesting an appointment through the MyChart patient portal.

Sylvia is part of a multi-specialty team of healthcare professionals serving northwest Washington, dedicated to serving with compassion and respect, one patient at a time.