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Bonnie Crouthamel, MD, OB/GYN
Medical school: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, N.Y., 2008-2013
Residency: Ob/GYN, the University of Washington, 2013-2017
Fellowship: San Diego Family Planning Fellowship, University of California, San Diego, Calif., 2017-2019
What inspired you to choose medicine? Traveling various places and seeing health disparities made me want to pick a career where I could help with those disparities.
Why did you choose your specialty? I saw how health disparities affect women specifically, and I wanted to help women through any situation in their life: the happy situations, the complicated situations, everything. I also like to have continuity with my patients.
What is your philosophy of care? I believe in nonjudgmental care and being able to provide the patient with all the information they need to make decisions about their health.
What do you like about Yakima? I did a rotation here in medical school, and this is the place that felt like home.
What do you like to do outside of work? I love being outdoors, hiking, skiing, camping, being with my two dogs.
Kevin Harrington, MD
My name is Kevin M Harrington MD. I have lived most of my life in Yakima and attended local schools. After Medical School at the University of Washington, I did my OB-GYN residency at UCLA in Los Angeles.I returned to Yakima in 1982 to begin private practice.
I was in Partnership with my Dad, Dr John Harrington for 11 years until his retirement. We enjoyed a close, collaborative relationship for which I will be forever grateful. I have always been very active in both local and state medical issues. I have been President of the Yakima County medical Society and was President of the Washington State Obstetrical Association in 1992.
I am a clinical associate professor of OB-GYN at the University of Washington and particularly enjoy my teaching responsibilities for both medical students and OB residents. I am blessed to be allowed to participate in the most exciting, rewarding event in a young couple's life; the birth of their children. It is a privilege that I continue to cherish even after approximately 7000 deliveries (I've never really kept count!) On the GYN Surgery side, I enjoy the complexity of vaginal prolapse surgical repair.
My wife Rena and I recently celebrated our 35th anniversary. We have 3 grown children.
Anna Dufault, MD
Dr. Dufault is a native Washingtonian, raised in a small town outside of Spokane. She completed her undergraduate studies at Washington State University and medical school at The University of Washington, graduating in 2002.
She did her obstetrics and gynecology residency at The University of Arizona in Tucson, finishing in June of 2006.
Dr. Dufault’s husband, Tim, was raised in Moxee, and earned his law degree at The University of Arizona. They are the proud parents of three small children and have many friends and family in the Yakima Valley.
Leslie McLemore, MD
Dr. McLemore completed her undergraduate studies at Washington State University, then attended St. Louis University Medical School, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2006.
She did her residency at the University of Washington where she was Chief Resident, finishing in June, 2010. Dr. McLemore is familiar with the Yakima Valley, having spent two months of her residency training at Virginia Mason Memorial.
Dr. McLemore’s husband, Micaiah, is a graduate of Washington State University, and plans to explore opportunities in the wine industry in Central Washington.
Carly Ingalls, MD
I have a passion for biology, human physiology, and embryology, and always wanted to go into a field where I could help others. Medicine seemed like the perfect opportunity to combine these passions. In medical school, I discovered the world of obstetrics and gynecology, where I can take care of woman through some of the most important times in their lives. I was hooked. I love the fast pace, clinical complexity, and breadth of practice. Whether through prenatal care and delivery, or managing surgical and non-surgical gynecologic issues I can make a tangible impact on a woman's life. Teaching has also been a passion of mine, and I am privileged to teach medical students and residents from the University of Washington. I can't imagine a more fulfilling job.
My philosophy of care is to educate my patients about their health conditions, what they can do to optimize their health, and help them make the best choices for themselves to craft a treatment plan that will meet their goals.
I love the sense of community in Yakima. Everyone is so warm and welcoming, it instantly felt like home after I moved here. The weather is a bonus - I can't get enough of the sunny days. Outside of work I love road and mountain biking, hiking, skiing, and backpacking. Living in Yakima has allowed me to easily access all of these activities and more.
Sheala Johnson, ARNP
Education: Master’s of Science in Nursing, Gonzaga University, 2014; Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing, Washington State University.
What inspired you to choose medicine? I knew I wanted to be a nurse when I was 18 and worked toward that goal quickly. Through the years I wanted to continue my education, so I became a nurse practitioner.
Why did you choose your specialty? I believe that as we care for women throughout their lifetime we are caring for entire families.
What is your philosophy of care? My goal is always to provide individualized, thorough care and education to the patients who entrust their care to me.
What do you like about Yakima? I have been a lifelong resident of Yakima, and I enjoy having four seasons. The sunshine we get, even in winter months, is wonderful. Also, the sense of community here in the valley is one of the greatest benefits.
What do you like to do outside of work? I enjoy spending time with my husband, two adult children and extended family. I love taking photos of adventures we have together and making scrapbooks to preserve those memories!
Seana M. Moore, ARNP
Seana was raised in Yakima Washington and graduated from West Valley High School. She attended the University of Washington and received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, in 2001. She was hired by Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, and worked on the gynecology-oncology unit as a Registered Nurse. This experience solidified her interest in women's health and she decided to pursue a Master of Nursing degree. Seana graduated with honors from the University of Washington in 2005 and became a certified Women's Health Care Nurse Practitioner.
Seana was hired by Dr. Estelle Yamaki in Federal Way where she worked for two years before moving back to Yakima to be closer to family. She was thrilled to begin working with her father, Dr. Kevin Harrington, in 2008. Seana is dedicated to providing high quality comprehensive health care and she has experience working with women of all ages. Her clinical interests include both preventative health care as well as managing gynecological problems. Seana has a strong commitment to continuing education and is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Outside of work, Seana and her husband enjoy raising their three sons, spending time with family and friends, and traveling.
Lindsey Moore, ARNP
Lindsey was born and raised in the Yakima Valley graduating from high school at Eisenhower. She is a three time graduate of Washington State University, earning bachelor's degrees in both biology and nursing, along with her master's degree in nursing. She worked at Harborview Medical Center as a nurse and did clinical research with Benaroya Research Institute. She had always planned on moving home to Yakima, and when she was ready to apply for graduate school, she knew it was time. She finished her Masters in Nursing in 2013 and began her career in women's health in her hometown.
Lindsey's husband, Dr. David Moore, graduated from Linfield College and earned his doctorate of dental surgery from the University of Washington. They have two young boys, Declan and Trevor, which are an endless source of entertainment.