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Diversity and Inclusivity

ASU Health Services values the diversity represented within the student population, including culture, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, gender identity, religion, students with military experience and students with disabilities. We respect and appreciate the unique history of each student. We are committed to meeting the needs of diverse people and providing a safe and welcoming atmosphere that is sensitive to all students.

Consistent with our commitment to ensuring a welcoming, respectful, and effective experience for all students, all ASU Health Service staff are committed to lifelong professional development and training to ensure cutting edge practice and cultural competence. Safezone and Dreamzone trainings are required for all staff. Each Health Services provider also has additional advanced training and experience in issues facing diverse university students and work at ASU due to their deep commitment to their personal wellbeing and academic goals of all students.

Tempe Location Administration
Associate Vice PresidentAaron Krasnow, PhD
Medical Director/Chief of Clinical StaffStefanie Schroeder MD
Associate DirectorJoanne Anderson
Management Research AnalystNancy Hooke
Downtown Location Administration
Director NP HealthcareRita Wermers, NP
 
Polytechnic Location Administration
Chief NP Clinical ManagerTammy Ostroski DNP, FNP
 
West Location Administration
Clinic ManagerMichele Flanagan, NP
 
Downtown Location Providers
Stacy MaahsThomas Eccles, MD
  
Tempe Location Providers
Internal Medicine/Family PracticeAcute Care Clinic
Gloria Baca, FNP-CMario Islas, MD - Section Chief
Denise Beighe MDStefanie Schroeder MD
Amy Dominguez NPCarmen Henry, FNP
Thomas Eccles MDDavid Eisenbise DNP, FNP
Stanford Ho MD - Section ChiefHeather Healy, NP
Diane Labban NP 
Lisa Eckerson, RN, MS FNP 
Larisa Lopatko, FNP 
  
  
Sports MedicineWomen's Health
Deborah Garland MDDiane Labban NP - Section Chief
Shanyn Lancaster MD – Head Team Physician Larisa Lopatko, FNP
Roger McCoy MD - Lead Team PhysicianLisa Eckerson, RN, MS FNP
Michael Puchowicz MD - Lead Team Physician Club Sports 
Steve Poon –  MD Team Physician 
  
Wellness Care  
AcupunctureMassage Therapy
Stefanie Schroeder MDJennifer Bolton Smith LMT, Section Chief
Aeimee Diaz, L. Ac.Jacqueline Chikos LMT
 Dominic Rossitto LMT
 Melissa Schademann Dort LMT
  
ChiropracticDietician
Susan Reed DCJenna Heller, RD
  
Polytechnic Location Providers
Deborah Garland MDTammy Ostroski DNP, FNP
  
Wellness Care 
ChiropracticAcupuncture
Susan Reed DCStefanie Schroeder MD
 Massage Therapy 
Jacqueline Chikos 
  
West Location Providers
Michele Flanagan, NPLarisa Lopatko, FNP
  
Wellness Care 
Massage Therapy Chiropractic
Mariko Palumbo LMTSusan Reed DC
Acupuncture 
Aeimee Diaz, L. Ac. 
  
Tempe Location Specialists
Anikar Chhabra MD - Orthopedic SurgeryMayo Clinic Neurology
Kostas Economopoulos MD - Orthopedic SurgeryJoseph Sirven, MD
  
  
Tempe Behavioral Health 
Joel Terry, LPCJoyce Chen, CF
Mark Kent, CCMonica Pineda, CF

 

Aaron Krasnow, PhD
Krasnow Aaron

Dr. Aaron Krasnow provides administrative leadership for the ASU Health Services and ASU Counseling Services for all campus locations. Dr. Krasnow began his tenure at Arizona State University in 2003 as a staff psychologist at ASU Counseling. He has served in a number of capacities in various departments at ASU, including clinic manager, assistant director, clinical director, associate director, Dean of Students (Polytechnic Campus), and now as Assistant Vice President. He is an Arizona-licensed Clinical Psychologist and has been an instructor in ASU’s Fulton Colleges of Engineering and Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

Dr. Krasnow received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Clark University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Vermont. He has published on the treatment of anxiety disorders and presented nationally on topics such as student service best practice, clinic management, suicide prevention, and innovation. He is also the former Chair of the American Psychological Association, Division 17 Section on College and University Counseling Centers.

Aeimee Diaz
Aeimee Diaz

Aeimee Diaz is a licensed acupuncturist, with extensive studies in herbal pharmacopoeia, bodywork, cupping, bio-magnetic therapy, and food therapy. After transferring from Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture, Aeimee received her Masters in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine from Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Tucson, Arizona. She advanced her studies working as an intern at an integrative hospital in Zhuhai, China.

Aeimee is a supporter of integrative medicine working in the field of Alternative Medicine for over 20 years. She has been studying and practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 10 years, caring for Parkinson's, fibromyalgia, arthritis, pain management, cancer, AIDS, HIV, respiratory illnesses, stress management, traumatic injuries (fractures, sprains, and strains), digestive disorders, infertility, stroke, facial paralysis, post-surgery pain and recovery, PTSD, addiction, smoking cessation, and cosmetic acupuncture (face & neck lifts, and weight loss). Aeimee has her own private practice, facilitates workshops, and a priority to her is to educate the community about the benefits of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Aeimee chose to work with ASU because of their progressive healthcare mindset of integrative medicine, and to reach out and help educate.

Amy Dominguez N.P.
Amy Dominguez

In 1996, Amy Dominguez graduated Suma Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Florida State University. She obtained her Master of Science in Nursing from University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio in 2002, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Amy is Board Certified by ANCC as a Family Practice Nurse Practitioner. She chose to work in healthcare because she has always been concerned for other’s well-being and wanted a profession where she could positively impact other’s lives.

After working in the emergency department as an RN and many years as a nurse practitioner in family practice, Amy decided that she wanted to switch paths and focus on college health. She enjoys working with the student population because she sees how they genuinely want to learn about their illness/injuries and treatment. She feels as though she can make a positive impact on the student's lives by educating them on safety, health promotion and disease prevention. Amy recognizes that for young adults, seeking healthcare without the presence or guidance of parents can be a scary experience. She tries to make her patients feel at ease so that they will have open, honest communication with her and feel comfortable to return without hesitation.

Anikar Chhabra, MD, MS
Adjunct Instructor in Medicine, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Anikar Chhabra

Dr. Anikar Chhabra is a national expert in the field of orthopedic surgery and sports medicine. He specializes in arthroscopy of the knee and shoulder, minimally invasive surgery and sports-related injuries. He also treats complex disorders of the knee such as multiple ligament injuries, articular cartilage procedures, osteotomies, unicompartmental knee replacements, total knee replacements and meniscal transplants. He graduated cum laude from Harvard University with a BA in Economics. While at Harvard, he was a four-year Varsity Basketball letter winner. As a team orthopedic surgeon for Arizona State University, Dr. Chhabra is also the head orthopedic surgeon for Paradise Valley College, South Mountain College, and fifteen local high schools. He is experienced in providing quality care for athletes at all levels, including weekend warriors.

Dr. Chhabra is the first orthopedic surgeon in Arizona to be certified as an ImPACT Specialist (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) the first, most-widely used, and most scientifically validated computerized concussion evaluation system. Dr. Chhabra has authored numerous clinical and scientific orthopedic publications, has served as guest speaker at several national conferences and has received many clinical and research awards. He is currently the Sports Medicine Director for Mayo Clinic and Associate Professor of Orthopedics, Mayo College for Medicine.

Carmen Henry, FNP
Carmen Henry

Carmen is a Family Nurse Practitioner. She earned her BSN degree from the University of Alabama in 1998, and worked in a cardiac step-down unit in Florida before relocating to the Valley in 2000. In Arizona, she was fortunate to care for young families in Banner Desert's labor and delivery department through her 2012 completion of Grand Canyon University's MSN-FNP program. She worked as a nurse practitioner in a family practice setting prior to joining ASU Health Services.

Carmen is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing and maintains certification with the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Nursing has been a truly rewarding vocation for her. She is delighted to care for ASU's diverse and vibrant population, in a collaborative environment dedicated to the health and academic success of its students

David Eisenbise DNP, FNP
David Eisenbise

Dr. David Eisenbise is a Family Nurse Practitioner. He earned his BSN degree from University of Arizona in 2011 and worked as a registered nurse at the Veterans hospital in Tucson. He completed his DNP and MSN-FNP program at the University of Arizona in 2015. He relocated to the Phoenix area and worked as a nurse practitioner in an urgent care practice setting and as an adjunct faculty at Grand Canyon University prior to joining ASU Health Services. David is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.

David has been excited about healthcare ever since he started volunteering in the Emergency Department while he was in high school. He loves health care and the culture of learning. He feels working at ASU campus health is a perfect blend of the two. He is thrilled to be part of the ASU health care services team and enjoys working with the unique ASU student population. While he was trained a Wildcat he is a Sun Devil at heart.

Deborah Garland, MD
Adjunct Instructor in Medicine, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Deborah Garland

Dr. Deborah Garland grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona and attended Arizona State University where she earned a degree in Nutrition with a minor in Biochemistry. After attending the University of Arizona, College of Medicine, she completed a Family Practice residency at Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Garland is board certified in Family Practice. She began working at ASU in 1990 and has been a team physician in Intercollegiate Athletics since 1993. In addition to working at Intercollegiate Athletics and the Campus Health Center, she also works at the Student Health center at the Polytechnic (East) campus.

Dr. Garland chose to work at ASU because she saw it as an opportunity to provide sports medicine for both athletes and a population of college students that are very active. She has thoroughly enjoyed being a Team Physician for ASU athletes, from Division I and Club athletes, to “Weekend Warriors.” Being alumni of ASU, Deborah Garland has a special place in her heart for the university. Working at ASU and serving the students is a way she enjoys paying back ASU for all that it did for her as a student.

Denise Beighe, M.D.
Adjunct Instructor in Medicine, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Denise Beighe

Denise Beighe is board certified in internal medicine and rheumatology and a fellow of the American College of Rheumatology (FACR). She attended Lehigh University for her Bachelor of Science in Biology and Hahneman University, School of Medicine, (now Drexel) where she obtained her Medical Degree. She did her internal medicine residency at Abington Memorial Hospital and her rheumatology fellowship at Temple University.

Dr. Beighe went into healthcare because she wanted the opportunity to provide excellent healthcare and work to make a partnership to improve people’s health. She has been at ASU for 20 years and loves the student population and how they challenge her to be her best.

Diane L Perry, FNP
Diane Perry

Diane Perry received her Bachelor and Master of Science in Nursing from Indiana Wesleyan University. She is Board Certified in Geriatrics as a Registered Nurse and a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Diane worked as a director for a long-term Medicare facility and has most recently worked in internal medicine. Diane chose to work in healthcare for the past 21 years because she likes to help individuals make a difference in their lives and be a part of an ever changing and world challenging arena. She enjoys working at ASU because of the young adult population, preventative medicine, and student’s receptiveness to making a difference in their lifestyle.

Diane Labban, FNP
Diane Labban

Diane Labban is a board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with over 25 years of experience in healthcare. Diane received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Kean University in New Jersey in 1991, and her Master in Nursing from Grand Canyon University.

Prior to coming to ASU in 2011, Diane worked as a Family Nurse Practitioner in a local private practice, but the majority of her experience has been in ICU/Trauma and ER settings. Diane has great interests in health education and preventative medicine. One of Diane’s goals here at ASU is to provide students and staff with the education, tools and support they need to promote healthy lifestyle behaviors that will last a lifetime.

Dominic Rossitto, LMT
Dominic Rossitto

Dominic Rossitto joined ASU Health Services in November of 2011. An LMT since May 2nd, 2007, Dominic received his education from The Cortiva Institute of Massage Therapy, and The Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. When providing a massage, Dominic primarily uses techniques of Swedish Massage and Deep Tissue Massage, as they are the most popular forms of massage, combined with elements of Shiatsu, Trigger Point and basic Thai Massage. Dominic is looking to expand his knowledge in healing modalities in advanced Thai Massage, Reiki and Reflexology. Dominic feels that communication is essential in being a Massage Therapist, as it is important to be able to understand what is causing a client’s ailment and where the issue of discomfort is located, and what the client is feeling during a therapy.

Dominic also feels that a therapist needs to be healthy themselves in order to provide a true “healing session”. He attends Yoga classes three times a week, partakes in additional physical fitness at least twice more a week and has a passion for traditional martial arts.

Gloria Baca, FNP-C
Gloria Baca

Gloria Baca FNP completed her undergraduate studies at the University of New Mexico, and earned a Bachelor’s of Nursing while attending UNM. Gloria then attended Arizona State University and obtained a Master’s of Science of Nursing and became a Family Nurse Practitioner.

Gloria has worked in many community health settings, which includes migrant health, and established school based health programs for Banner Health. Recently, Gloria has been involved in setting up integrated health care, that merges behavioral health with primary care to give patients with mental health and addictions care that encompasses the whole person.

Gloria chose to work at ASU because she enjoys working with a diverse population of students and staff, and is excited about working with other health care professionals committed to excellent healthcare outcomes.

Mario Islas, M.D.
 

Dr. Islas has over 20 years’ experience  as a Family Medicine board certified physician. He obtained his medical doctorate at the University of Arizona and did his Family Medicine Residency at  Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix.  He is a Commander in the United Sates Naval Reserve, Medical Corps and prior to joining ASU Health Services served as a Family Practice Medical Officer in the Expeditionary Combat Readiness Center in Norfolk Virginia. 

Heather Healy
Heather Healy

Heather started her career in health care in 1996 when she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Arizona State University. She worked as a RN in critical care, nursing administration, and nursing education until 2006 when she obtained a Master of Science degree in nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner graduating Summa Cum Laude from Arizona State University. Heather has national board certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) and as an Advanced Nurse Executive (NEA) through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).

She has worked in Internal Medicine and Pulmonary Medicine as an NP in Boise Idaho. Heather has also served in leadership roles as a Director in the retail clinic industry where she was responsible for opening and managing multiple retail clinics in Boise, Idaho. She has also served as a Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President of Advanced Practice providers, managing NPs and PAs in Idaho, Washington and most recently in Arizona.

Heather chose ASU Health Services to work directly with patients, and takes pride in helping her patients better understand how to take care of their health and wellness needs. Her family has a strong history with ASU for the past 50 years with numerous family members’ being alumni and her son soon to be an alumni. She appreciates being able to spend time with her family in the Phoenix area, hiking, scrapbooking, and spending time at the Desert Botanical Garden.

Jackie Chikos, LMT
Jackie Chikos

Jackie Chikos joined the ASU health services’ wellness care staff in November 2013. Born and raised in the Phoenix metropolitan valley, she received her state massage license in 2009 from the East Valley Institute of Technology. Over the past five years, she has focused her massage education on myofascial release techniques, trigger point therapy, and post-event sports massage. Her massage can be defined as “therapeutic” and “deep, but relaxing.”

While practicing massage in Mesa, Jackie continued her higher education at Arizona State University. She earned her four-year degree in kinesiology in December 2012. Her knowledge in structural kinesiology aids her therapeutic touch. Jackie plans to continue her education, eventually moving on to sports medicine.

Jackie is overjoyed to be back on the campus, helping the students and staff she feels a kinship with.

Jean Arlotti, FNP
Jean Arlotti

Dr. Jean Arlotti, Family Nurse Practitioner, joined the staff on the Downtown Phoenix Campus of ASU Health Services in 2012. She became licensed as an RN after she earned her BSN degree at Penn State University, in her native state of Pennsylvania. After gaining clinical experience in hospital nursing, she went overseas to serve as a Peace Corps Volunteer for two years in Antigua, West Indies. Shortly after returning to the US, she earned her MSN degree from Florida State University while working in public health and became certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

As a nurse practitioner, Jean has worked in clinics for the uninsured and underserved, HMO settings, retail health clinics, psychiatric facilities, and overseas medical missions. In the academic setting, she has taught in nursing programs at Florida A&M University and the University of Maryland. In 2017 she competed her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. Jean enjoys working in the academic environment and being part of a thriving student health center that provides competent and comprehensive health care services. When not working, Jean enjoys hiking and listening to live music.

Jenna Heller, RD
Jenna Heller

Jenna Heller is a Registered Dietitian and is excited about promoting good nutrition to the diverse, dynamic population of ASU. Jenna completed her undergraduate studies in Nutrition through Barrett, the Honors College at ASU, and then went on to complete a practical internship in dietetics through the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. After completing requirements for credentialing as a Registered Dietitian, Jenna completed a Master’s degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Wyoming, where she also served as Sports Nutritionist to the University’s athletics program and gained experience and passion for working with college students.

An enthusiastic ASU alumna, Jenna is excited to have returned to Sun Devil country. She strives to promote a healthy campus environment and help individuals discover their healthiest self.

Jennifer Bolton Smith, LMT
Jennifer Bolton Smith

Jennifer Bolton first became interested in massage therapy in 1998 when she started receiving massage treatments to help maintain her tension migraines. After 10 years in retail management she decided it was time for a career change and wanted to explore muscle therapy since it had made such a great impact in her life.

Jen graduated from the Cortiva Institute of Massage Therapy and became a Licensed Therapist in 2010. Since then she has received CEUs to further her specialty in neck and shoulder tension issues. ASU has been the perfect place for her to provide her brand of therapy since so many student and faculty members suffer from neck and shoulder tension related problems. Her goal is to promote a healthy way to lower stress and help with life's aches and pains.

Joanne Anderson
Joanne Anderson

Joanne Anderson is Associate Director for ASU Health Services. She joined ASU in 2012 to manage their billing, insurance, referrals, financial management, and business operations. Her 30 years of experience in the non-profit health care industry has made her well-versed in advanced financial management practices across the health care profession. During her professional path she has gained experience in operational and capital budgeting, long-range financial planning, contracting, and daily financial operations including statutory filings, corporate income tax, and cost report preparation. Beyond her business acumen, she is adept at working with diverse groups including boards of directors, various finance committees, audit committees, executive committees, governing boards for colleges, financial institutions and city governments.

In her spare time she volunteers at her son’s high school for their marching band and winter drum line. She also serves on the Band Booster Board as the Comptroller.

Joanne has a Bachelor degree in Finance from St. Xavier University in Chicago. Joanne is currently working on her certification in Healthcare Finance through HFMA.

Kostas Economopoulos, MD
Kostas Economopoulos

Dr. Kostas Economopoulos is a native of Phoenix and returns to his home town to serve the students at Arizona State University. He completed his medical school at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. Returning to Phoenix, he then completed residencies in general surgery and orthopedics at the Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center. He then completed a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Virginia followed by a second fellowship in hip arthroscopy in Melbourne, Australia. In addition to being an orthopaedic consultant to the student-athletes at ASU, Dr. Economopoulos takes care of several high schools around the valley and is one of the team physicians for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Dr. Economopoulos enjoys working with the young active students on campus. His philosophy is to treat every student individually to determine a treatment plan that will return each person back to their pre-injury activities.

Larisa Lopatko, FNP
Larisa Lopatko

Larisa Lopatko is a AANP board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Florida College of Health Science and Master’s Degree in Nursing from Texas Woman’s University. Prior to coming to ASU, Larisa worked as a Family Nurse Practitioner at a hospital owned family practice in Phoenix. Most of her experience as a Registered Nurse has been in Medical-Surgical, Oncology, and Rehabilitation hospital settings. She also has several years of summer camp and school nursing experience, where she enjoyed working with adolescent and young adult population. Health concerns of adolescent and young adults as well as an opportunity to work in a diverse cultural environment prompted Larisa to work at ASU.

 

Larisa’s primary interests are in preventative healthcare, with the emphasis of preventative screening and counseling on positive health behaviors such as exercise and nutritious eating habits.

 

Lisa Eckerson, RN, MS FNP
Lisa Eckerson

Lisa is a proud Sun Devil Alumni. She earned her BSN degree in 2004 from Arizona State University. She began her nursing career caring for patients in the perioperative setting, and went on to specialize in cardiovascular surgical nursing and perioperative team management. Lisa earned her Master’s Degree from Arizona State University in 2009 graduating Magna Cum Laude. She is certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.

Prior to coming to ASU, Lisa cared for patients in the family practice setting for 6 years. Lisa chose to work for ASU due to its diverse patient population and focus on evidence based practice as well as the University’s focus on innovation and sustainability.

Mariko Palumbo, LMT
Mariko Palumbo

Mariko Palumbo has been practicing massage therapy for over 10 years. She graduated as an honor student from Phoenix Therapeutic Massage College in 2006 where she learned many different types of massage therapy from Swedish massage to Shiatsu and Hot Stone therapies. Mariko has also become known as a specialist in Sports massage.

Mariko was raised in Japan and studied English at the Women’s Jesuit University in Tokyo and became an Arizona resident in 1994. Mariko believes that massage therapy is as vital to a healthy mind and body as exercise and diet.

Melissa Schademann Dort
Dort Melissa

Melissa Schademann graduated from Chandler-Gilbert Community College in 2007 with her Associates in Therapeutic Massage. She became Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork in 2008. She has been a part of the American Massage Therapy Association since 2007. She takes continuing education credits on a quarterly basis to keep up to date on new modalities and techniques. She has worked with a variety of individuals including; triathletes, personal trainers, stay-at-home moms, business professionals, professional athletes, and many more. She does all sorts of different types of massage, but loves to do deep tissue, sports massage, and trigger point work. She chose to work in healthcare, and especially at ASU, because she feels that massage needs to be utilized at a young age. Most people come to massage after an injury, but being knowledgeable about coming in on a routine basis, instead of at an injured state, helps to keep the body in good health throughout the rest of your life.

Michael J. Puchowicz, MD
Adjunct Instructor in Medicine, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Michael Puchowicz

Dr. Michael Puchowicz received his medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. He completed a Pediatric Residency at the University of Arizona and went on to complete a fellowship in Sports Medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center / Wellington Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. He is ABP certified in Sports Medicine and Pediatrics and licensed by the Arizona Medical Board. He has experience working with multiple sports teams at the high school, club, and NCAA Division I level.

Dr. Puchowicz came to ASU Health Services for the opportunity to serve as the Head Team Physician for Intercollegiate Club Sports, Team Physician for Division I Sports, and Health Services physician for the ASU student body. His practice philosophy is to provide a medical home tailored to meet the needs of young athletes and their active lifestyles. His goal for every patient is a return to full function and to get them back to school, sports, and work sooner and safer.

Michele Flanagan, MS, APN, FNP-BC
Michele Flanagan

Michele started her career in health care in 1981 when she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Arizona State University graduating magna cum laude. She worked as a RN in critical care, nursing administration, and emergency care until 1997 when she obtained a Master of Science degree in nursing from Northern Illinois University. She continued her advanced nursing education completing a Post Masters Family Nurse Practitioner course of study from Northern Illinois University in 1999 and then obtained national board certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).

She has worked in OBGYN, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, and as a NP Manager in the retail clinic industry where she was responsible for opening and managing multiple retail clinics in Tampa and Chicago. She also spent time at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston as a Mid-Level Provider Manager for the Department of Gynecologic Oncology. She enjoys the responsibilities of being a manager while also working directly with patients, and takes pride in helping her patients to better understand how to best take care of their health needs. She appreciates being able to spend time with her family in the Phoenix area, traveling, spending time outdoors, hiking, listening to music, and caring for her patients at the ASU Student Health Centers.

Nancy Hooke
Nancy Hooke

Nancy Hooke is a Management Research Analyst Senior with ASU Health Services and a member of the Health Services Executive Leadership Team. Nancy serves as technical liaison for Health Services with the University Technology Office, manages Health Services’ Electronic Medical Record software, provides support for other software used at Health Services, and assists with business planning by providing Health Services statistics and ad hoc reports. Nancy also serves as the local HIPAA Security Officer for ASU Health Services. Prior to joining the Health Services team Nancy worked at Barrett, The Honors college as a Database Specialist.

Nancy has a BS in Computer Science and Mathematics from Middle Tennessee University and is a NextGen Certified Professional.

Rita Wermers, NP
Rita Wermers

Rita Wermers is a Certified Adult Nurse Practitioner. She obtained her Master of Science in Nursing from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Like many, Rita’s initial attraction to healthcare was the ability to help others. As she continued to practice, she realized that it was a privilege to work with patients and caregivers each day. Throughout Rita’s academic career and clinical practice, she has enjoyed the chance to work with students, in caring for their acute needs and walking with them as they learn about health. The Downtown Clinic has given her the opportunity to work not only with students, but also many people in the downtown community. In addition, her affiliation with the College of Nursing and Healthcare Innovation has allowed her to teach in addition to her clinical practice. Rita continues to be inspired by the patients with whom she works with and the care team at ASU.

Roger McCoy, MD
Roger McCoy

Dr. Roger McCoy has been a team physician at ASU since 1994 and recently took over as Lead Team Physician. He's been the Head Primary Care Sports Medicine team physician for the Arizona Diamondbacks since 1996 when the team had only minor league affiliates. He also has become a team physician for the Arizona Rattlers. He received his sports medicine fellowship training at Michigan State University and passed his Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine from the American Board of Family Practice and has passed and maintained his Family Practice Board certification. He has a busy private practice in the valley entailing both sports medicine and primary care. In addition, Dr. McCoy is flattered to be voted as one of the “Top Docs” by Phoenix Magazine in 2006, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013. He is also certified on IMPACT concussion neuropsychological testing and has been an active evaluator on concussions for over 20 years.

His professional interests have included the desire to promote the newer functional training and rehabilitation that he believes will be the future standard for the training and rehabilitating of athletes in sports medicine.

 

Shanyn Lancaster, MD
Adjunct Instructor in Medicine, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Shanyn Lancaster

Board certified in family medicine and sports medicine, Shanyn C. Lancaster, MD, provides comprehensive care to patients of all ages. As a former Big Ten gymnast and after nearly 20 years in the sport, she has special interest in treating athletes of every age and sport level but really enjoys working with the young adult population and educating patients about their problems.

Dr. Lancaster completed a fellowship in primary care sports medicine through Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan after training at the Columbia-St. Mary’s family medicine residency program in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan and attended the University of Minnesota, where she majored in finance and pre-medicine.

Dr. Lancaster has extensive sports experience, including the PGA Championships, Final Four and NCAA tournaments, Detroit Tigers baseball organization, multiple college and high school sports, including team physician for Marquette University varsity athletics, and other dance organizations. Her background and interests make her a perfect fit as a team doctor for the Arizona State University Sun Devils and for the ASU population as a whole.

Stan Ho, M.D., Deputy Medical Director
Adjunct Instructor in Medicine, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Stan Ho

Dr. Ho completed his undergraduate studies at Emory University (Atlanta, GA), earned his MD degree at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and completed his primary care residency program also at UCSF. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and licensed with the Arizona Medical Board. He serves as the Section Chief of Primary Care at ASU Health Services and is also an Adjunct Instructor in Medicine with the Mayo Clinic of Arizona. He chose to work in healthcare and specifically at ASU because he enjoys caring for a diverse patient population in an academic setting with opportunities to provide health education to the ASU population and to participate with collaborative healthcare research.

Stefanie Schroeder, MD -  Medical Director and Chief of Medical Staff
Adjunct Instructor in Medicine, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Stefanie Schroeder

Dr. Stefanie Schroeder has been the Chief of Clinical Staff at ASU Health Services since July 2004. She was the Medical Director of a large volume Emergency Department in Mesa prior to coming to ASU. She is board certified in Emergency Medicine and has practiced Emergency Medicine for 10 years. Dr. Schroeder built and oversees the Wellness Department at ASU Health Services which is composed of massage, acupuncture, chiropractic care and nutrition.

Besides her administrative duties she sees patients in the Acute Care Clinic at the ASU Health Services and performs acupuncture in the Wellness Department.

Her goal is to have a top-notch clinical staff providing excellent and compassionate health care to ASU students, staff and faculty, and to integrate allopathic medicine with complementary medicine when appropriate.

 

Steve Poon, M.D.
Steve Poon

Dr. Poon is a certified specialist in sports medicine with a particular focus in the diagnosis, management and non-operative treatment of bone, joint, tendon and soft tissue injuries. He currently serves as a Team Physician for Arizona State University Sun Devil Athletics as well as Sun Devil Club Sports. Dr. Poon completed his undergraduate and MD degree at Tufts University in Boston, MA. He then went on to complete a residency in Family Medicine at Wake Forest University (Winston-Salem, NC) where he earned the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Resident Teacher Award for his work in advancing primary care as well as medical student and resident education. Following residency, Dr. Poon completed his fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine at the University of Washington Medical Center (Seattle, WA) under the tutelage of world renowned experts in Sports Medicine and Sports Cardiology and is trained in advanced ultrasound diagnostic and interventional care, athlete ECG interpretation and medical care of athletes.

Dr. Poon has previously served as a team physician for the Winston-Salem Dash minor league professional baseball team, Winston-Salem State University athletics, University of Washington athletics as well as multiple high schools. He believes in a comprehensive bio-psycho-social model of care that addresses the physical and mental well-being of all his patients while providing high level quality care. Dr. Poon is also passionate about the prevention of sudden cardiac death in athletes and has presented nationally on this topic as well as volunteering with the Nick of Time Foundation to avert tragic cardiac events.

Susan Reed, DC
Susan Reed

Susan Reed has a B.S. in Economics and a B.A. in music from the University of California - Riverside, and a Doctor of Chiropractic, Magna Cum Laude, from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. Her postgraduate education consists of Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician licensing from the American Chiropractic Council on Sports injuries. She was also elected Phi Beta Kappa. Susan has her own practice, Desert Sports Chiropractic, in Tempe since 1996 where she has treated amateur and professional athletes. Her practice consists of general chiropractic care, accident and rehabilitation cases utilizing physiotherapy modalities, nutrition, exercise prescriptions and various soft tissue techniques.

Susan has been on staff at ASU Health Services for six years in the Wellness Center, where she provides chiropractic care to students, faculty and staff. She enjoys working in an academic setting with students who have a variety of ailments and also enjoy the camaraderie of working with the other health care professionals on staff.

Tammy Ostroski DNP, FNP
Tammy Ostroski

Tammy Ostroski is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She started her healthcare career as an Emergency Medical Technician in Wisconsin. Tammy obtained her nursing degree from Cardinal Stritch University, her Master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from at Arizona State University. Prior working at ASU, Tammy was an Assistant Professor of Nursing and a Nurse Practitioner in the Emergency Department at a Trauma Center in Milwaukee. Tammy has been working for ASU since 2011. She chose to work for the university as it provides her with an opportunity to positively impact the health and well-being of students. She enjoys working with the diversity of the student population and feels it is a privilege to work at ASU.

 

Thomas Eccles, MD
Thomas Eccles

Dr. Thomas Eccles joined the ASU Health Services team in March, 2015. Prior to coming to ASU, Dr. Eccles was Director of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix. Dr. Eccles is originally from Indiana, obtained his degree, Doctor of Medicine, from Indiana University School of Medicine and did his initial residency training in Pediatrics at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. He practiced General Pediatrics for about 10 years in Bloomington, Indiana, before returning to Riley Hospital for a three-year Fellowship in Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, which he has practiced since 2003. Dr. Eccles is Board Certified in Adolescent Medicine.

Dr. Eccles provides Primary Care services and directs the Continuing Medical Education Program at Health Services. He is also responsible for the Young Adult Medicine Rotation for the Mayo Clinic’s Internal Medicine Residency.  He has appointments as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Clinical Associate Professor of Child Health at University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix.

Dr. Eccles came to Arizona from New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.  In New Orleans, he was Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Tulane University, doing Adolescent Medicine and College Health. Dr. Eccles’s research and clinical interests are in the areas of medical education, diabetes care, mental health care, sexual health, men’s health and GLBTQ issues. Dr. Eccles is particularly interested in risk reduction in the areas of sexually transmitted infections. He, along with many of the ASU Health Services providers, offer risk reduction services for  HIV such as Post-Exposure and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP and PrEP) and Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) prevention, and cancer screening, particularly for men.  Dr. Eccles serves as a SafeZone facilitator for Educational Outreach and Student Services at ASU.  He also has great interest in the co-management of depression, anxiety and other mental health disorders that impact students’ abilities to be successful in their pursuit of their educational goals.