MINOO D’CRUZ, M.D.
Minoo grew up in the sunny Middle East and relished her upbringing as a "third culture kid" at an international school where she learned many lessons embracing different perspectives and ways of life. She completed her undergraduate, medical school and Family Medicine residency as chief resident at Brown University. Along the way, following clinical experiences in rural Nepal and Kenya, she developed a passion for full-spectrum family medicine and maternal child health. She is thrilled to gain surgical and high risk obstetric skills at the fellowship that she hopes to apply at underserved international sites while working with and training local physicians to help build capacity and sustainability of care. Between L&D calls, Minoo and her husband are excited to explore the Pacific Northwest with their infant son and find all the best dumplings and pho on offer.
CAITLIN MACCOUN, M.D.
Caitlin grew up in rural Wisconsin where she went on to complete her undergraduate and medical education at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Following this, she moved west after couples-matching with her partner Drew at the OHSU – Klamath Falls Family Medicine Residency in southern Oregon. After three years of training and adventuring in Oregon she elected to pursue a fellowship in surgical and high-risk Obstetrics. She is excited to continue her training with Swedish. Caitlin is looking forward to the fellowship year providing her with the skills necessary to practice in a rural community providing full spectrum care to patients. When she is away from labor and delivery, her interests include hiking, biking, running, kayaking, cross country skiing, and napping with her two dogs.
JAMES ROHLFING, M.D.
James grew up in the Willamette Valley surrounding Salem, Oregon, working on grass seed and wheat farms through high school and part of college. He attended Seattle University where he graduated cum laude with degrees in physics and biochemistry and a minor in mathematics. He was then accepted to Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine where he earned his Doctor of Medicine (MD) and then moved to Ventura, California where he completed his internship and residency training in Family Medicine at Ventura County Medical Center. His professional interests include women’s health, underserved medicine, emergency medicine/critical care, LGBTQIA+ care, HIV medicine, and Hepatitis C treatment. He is fluent in Spanish and English. In his spare time he enjoys mountain biking, kite boarding, rock climbing, and scuba diving.
SIMON STAMPE, M.D.
Simon was born in Denmark but moved as a young child to Rochester New York. He enjoyed the snowy winters and decided to stay for college at the University of Rochester. A few years later after having spent time working in software development and completing a master's degree in applied mathematics he changed course and attended medical school at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse. After deciding to pursue family medicine he listened to the advice of several mentors encouraging him to go west, which led to residency at Swedish Family Medicine Residency in Denver, Colorado. He is excited to continue his westward migration in pursuit of fellowship training in advanced obstetrics this year. He is also very happy to be able to spend more time on the water sailing along with exploring the incredible hiking in the pacific northwest with his wife Meg and his dog George.
MINNIE YORDON, M.D.
After growing up in Connecticut and then heading to Franklin & Marshall College in the heart of Amish country in Pennsylvania, Minnie spent a year with AmeriCorps as a health educator at a community health center just outside of New York City. This year helped plant a desire to provide high-quality, full spectrum care to all patients, regardless of ability to pay, which further crystallized through medical school at University of Connecticut and then residency in Boise at Family Medicine Residency of Idaho. She's excited to further her training in surgical and high-risk obstetrics through this year at Swedish, to gain more of the skills she'll need as a rural doc when she heads back to Idaho. When she's not at the hospital, Minnie enjoys doing anything that will get her into the mountains, whether that means hiking, backpacking, skiing, or flights into the backcountry provided by her husband/personal pilot. She also loves knitting, baking, and lounging on the couch with her dog and her cat.