Ethan W Carlson, MD
Ethan Carlson, M.D. (Hospital and Clinic Preceptor) is a graduate of Grinnell College and the University of Iowa School of Medicine and completed his family practice residency at the Mt. Carmel Family Practice Program in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Carlson is an active participant in the UW Madison Medical School’s Generalist Partners Program and frequently hosts medical students who shadow his practice. Dr. Carlson has an active obstetric, clinic, and hospital practice. His medical Interests and procedures include general family medicine, obstetrics, sigmoidoscopy, colposcopy, office surgeries, and resident/medical student education. Personal Interests: Boating, water skiing, snow skiing, computers, technology and the arts
Bridget DeLong, MD
Bridget Delong, MD (clinical preceptor) is a graduate the University of Wisconsin in Madison and the University of Wisconsin Medical School. She is a 2011 graduate of the UW-Baraboo Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. DeLong is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians. Her medical Interests include preventive medicine and women’s health. Dr. DeLong enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, camping, reading, and UW athletics.
Cheryl Gehin, MD
Cheryl Gehin, MD (clinical preceptor), graduated from the University of Wisconsin Medical School and completed her family practice residency at the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 2002. Dr. Gehin’s professional interests include Women’s health, OB, colposcopy and caring for children. In her spare time Dr. Gehin enjoys spending time with her husband and children in outdoor pursuits. She is an avid runner.
Cheryl Goeckerman, MD
Cheryl Goeckerman, MD (clinical preceptor), is a graduate of the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and completed her family practice residency at the University of Wisconsin Madison in 1998. Dr. Goeckermann volunteered at homeless shelters and free medical clinics during medical school and residency. Dr. Goeckermann’s professional interests are preventive medicine, nutrition, women’s health, and obstetrics. She also enjoys gardening, camping, cooking and time with her family.
Stuart G Hannah, MD – Program Director
Stuart G. Hannah, MD joined the Baraboo residency program in 2010. Himself a 2003 graduate of the Baraboo rural training track, Dr. Hannah experienced first- hand how a rural program works and the benefits of training in a rural environment. He received his BS Summa cum Laude from the College of William and Mary, was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, was presented an Ann Callahan Chappell Award, and received the Lewis-Gale Clinic/Mary Ella Zelenik MD scholarship.
He attended medical school at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and was a Canby Robinson Scholar. Dr. Hannah was the program originator, designer, and director of the Tennessee Governor’s School for Health Sciences in 1999. In 2000 he was given the Geoffrey David Chazen Award for the student, resident, or faculty member who originates and implements a significant change in education strategy or approach in the University Medical Center. During his Faculty Development Fellowship, Dr. Hannah participated in the MEDAL program (Medical Education Development and Leadership), including a year each of Program Development and Teaching Skills for medical education.
Shari Munneke, MD – Assistant Program Director
Shari Munneke, MD (clinical preceptor), became the Assistant Program Director of the Baraboo Rural Training Track in September of 2013. She attended Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD on a vocal music scholarship. She is a graduate of the Mayo Medical School in Rochester, MN and completed her residency at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1995. Dr. Munneke has special interests in children’s and women’s health and is an ALSO instructor. She completed a Primary Care Faculty Development Fellowship at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in 2007. Most recently, Dr. Munneke co-wrote a grant to revise the Women’s Health Curriculum to include Prenatal OB Ultrasound in the FMP. Along with 2013 graduate, Dave Danielson, MD, Dr. Munneke became certified to instruct Prenatal OB Ultrasounds during resident continuity clinic. She job-shares with Dr. Goeckermann to maintain a balance between her professional duties and her time with her husband and two young children.
Dan Trotter, MD
Dan Trotter, MD (Hospital and Clinic Preceptor) graduated from the University of Wisconsin Medical School and attended residency at the St. Francis-Mayo Family Practice residency in LaCrosse, Wisconsin graduating in 1993. Dr. Trotter’s is interested in the use of computers in medicine and serves on a Dean/ St. Mary’s committee upgrading the use of computerized medical records in local healthcare facilities. He has played a major role in bringing the Epic system of computerized medical records to Baraboo Medical Associates and the residency. Dr. Trotter is an avid runner and enjoys bicycling.