Dr. Auckbarallee graduated from Saint James School of Medicine. She has spent over 500 hours of volunteer work at hospital. Dr. Auckbarallee enjoys competitive board games. In residency, her goals are to learn best practices, while cultivating her clinical reasoning, to make a difference in the community.
Ashton Hurley, MD
Dr. Hurley graduated from Saint James School of Medicine. She has a passion for cooking, baking and competing in fitness competitions. She has done extensive volunteer work with the Cancer Care Organization. One of her residency goals is to gain experience and to enhance her knowledge of situations prevalent in Family Medicine.
Mischelle Nelson, MD
Dr. Nelson graduated from the University of Illinois College of Medicine Rockford. Dr. Nelson’s interests include baking, running and volleyball. Undergraduate and medical school studies included examining health disparities. Her hope is to continue learning ways to better advocate and serve her patients.
Kandi Ogden-Moles, DO
Dr. Ogden-Moles graduated from Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine. Her interests include softball, running and camping. She was given the Civic Leadership Award in medical school. Dr. Ogden-Moles wants to pay it forward and help people in a compassionate and thoughtful manner.
William Weede, MD
Dr. Weede graduated from the University of Illinois College of Medicine Rockford. His interests include composing, singing and carpentry. He comes from a long line of volunteer fire fighters in his hometown. Dr. Weede feels it is important to be engaged in a community, not just exist in it.
Sadaf Younis, MD
Dr. Younis graduated from All Saints University School of Medicine. She is actively involved in sports, hiking, running and baking. She has a strong interested in Women’s Health and research. She feels Family Medicine offers an opportunity unlike other fields to care for and connect to patients.