Dr. Cashmore In The News
KAFF RADIO Interview with Chamber of Commerce President Julie Pastrick, Dec. 2016
Tammy Doering, PA-C NAO has been fortunate enough to have Tammy on its provider team since 2007. She obtained her master’s of Physician Assistant Studies from the University of St. Francis in Illinois, in 2005, which she left Flagstaff for to attend. Other than that time, Tammy has lived in Flagstaff since 1992. It was Flagstaff where Tammy obtained her bachelor’s in Zoology from Northern Arizona University. Tammy is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA), Arizona State Association of PAs (ASAPA), and Physician Assistants in Orthopaedic Surgery (PAOS). She is currently providing care to patients needing shoulder and knee care inside the Sports Medicine Center at NAO. When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time with Read More
Tara Gordon, PA-C, has been practicing at NAO since 2007 and currently practices with Brandon Clark, D.O. in the Arthritis and Fracture Care Center, specializing in hip and knee care. Her career in medicine began while working full-time on ambulances as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) while obtaining her undergraduate degrees in Psychology, Communications and Neuroscience at the University of Arizona. She moved to Flagstaff in 2001 and continued her career at Flagstaff Medical Center, initially in the Behavioral Health department, then in the Emergency Department. Following her seven-year career, she went to Samuel Merritt College in Oakland, Calif., where she obtained her graduate degree in Physician Assistant studies. Upon graduation, she was lucky enough to return to Flagstaff and Read More
Greg Harris PA-C Greg is an expert Physician Assistant at Northern Arizona Orthopedics in Flagstaff, Arizona. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee and then worked in cancer research at Vanderbilt University, eventually receiving a master’s in Cell Biology. He went on to graduate from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tenn. with a second M.S. degree in the Physician Assistant program in 2002. He worked in general orthopedics in west Tennessee before moving to Flagstaff in 2006. He currently resides in Flagstaff with his wife Lynn and one son. He enjoys hiking, cycling, and photography. Greg currently provides care to patients in the Arthritis and Fracture Care Center.
Ray Lieber, PA-C Ray has been residing in Northern Arizona since 1997. He relocated here in 1997 from the Midwest. He has traveled extensively while serving in the U.S. Navy after high school. He graduated cum laude from Northern Arizona University earning a bachelor’s degree in Microbiology and Chemistry. At the University of St. Francis Physician Assistant Program, he earned a master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies. As Class President, he helped lead his classmates through the difficult didactic phase of the program. Ray has more than two decades of healthcare experience. He has a background in Emergency Medicine and has a passion for assisting in Orthopedic Surgery. With the rise of antibiotic resistant bacteria, he is also interested preventing antibiotic resistance organisms by carefully selecting the correct drug. Ray enjoys traveling and the abundant Read More
Articles Here is an article on Shoulder Impingment written by Dr Lewicky.
Growing up in Missouri, Keri knew she wanted to become involved in healthcare. Her helpful nature and interest in the mechanics of the human body inspired her pursue an bachelors in Biology and Physiology with a minor in Sports Medicine at Drury University. After an internship in Physical Therapy, followed by a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) position on a Cardiology unit, she later attained a degree in PA Sciences. After receiving her degree, Keri worked in Oregon doing General Orthopedics (joint replacements), Sports Medicine, Spine and Trauma. Keri started at NAO in and now specializes in shoulder and knee care inside the Sports Medicine Center. She works with Dr. Joel Rohrbough helping patients recover from shoulder and knee injuries. Keri Read More