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Ross Bethel, MD
Dr. Bethel was born in Seattle and raised in Poulsbo, a small town in western Washington. He graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a BA in Chemistry. He went to medical school at the University of Washington and completed his residency in Family Practice at Central Washington Family Medicine.
His special interests in medicine include asthma, diabetes, pediatric care, and sexual health/education. He is married with three children. His hobbies include playing guitar and singing, leading worship at church, and computers. Dr. Bethel also has interests in third world medical outreach and has traveled to Ecuador, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Kenya and Uganda.
In 2017 Dr. Bethel was diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer. With a combination of the love and prayers of many and fantastic medical care at Northstar Lodge and Virginia Mason Medical Center he has miraculously recovered and is back to work. More than ever he is appreciating the love present between doctor and patient.
David Pommer, MD
Dr. Pommer grew up in Issaquah and has lived in Spokane, Pullman, Seattle and Oklahoma. He earned his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine and completed his residency at St. Anthony Hospital Family Practice Residency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He is board certified in family medicine with a special interest in obstetrics. He strives to practice the full scope of family medicine from young to old and especially relishes prenatal care for an expectant mother, being present at the delivery and watching their marvelous creation as they grow up.
Dr. Pommer treasures the relationships he has developed with his patients. His core values as a physician are treating the whole person, preventive medicine, and continuity of care.
Dr. Pommer is married with three children. He enjoys spending time with his family, playing the piano and helping out with church activities.
Shereen Stocker, ARNP
Ms. Stocker attended high school in Lewiston, Idaho and went on to receive her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at University of Wisconsin in Madison. She completed her Master of Science in nursing, and her family nurse practitioner degree at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City in 1990. She started at Selah Family Medicine in 1991, and has been practicing there ever since. Special interests in medicine include travel medicine and women's health care.
Ms. Stocker is a member of ARNP's United of Washington State and has participated in medical missions in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya, Tanzania and Peru. One of her main volunteer passions is a local program called "Feeding Five Thousand" of which she serves as a co-chair. Several churches and community groups come together to package meals of rice, lentils, spices, dehydrated vegetables & chicken. These meals are sent with an organization called Children of the Nations & are sent to Uganda, Sierra Leone, Malawi or the Dominican Republic. Earlier this year, the organization sent 61,000 meals to the Dominican Republic.
Her other interests include travel, hiking, photography, and quilting.
James Zingerman, MD
Dr. Zingerman attended Pine Bush High School in New York and went on to get his Bachelor of Science degree in biomedical chemistry at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He also received his Medical Doctor degree at Oral Roberts School of Medicine and completed a three year family practice residency at Florida Hospital in Orlando. Upon completion in 1990, he joined Selah Family Medicine and has been practicing full spectrum family medicine.
He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians, has been Chief of Staff at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital in 2015, has been President of the Yakima County Medical Society in 2012 and is a current member of the Christian Medical/Dental Society. He participated in a medical mission in Haiti, Belize, Costa Rica and is an avid mountaineer having climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro January 2020. He has special interest in travel and wilderness medicine. His wife and 2 sons enjoy living in the Pacific Northwest.