Baraboo Residents

Residents 2018-07-23T10:04:14+00:00

Baraboo Residents

Courtney Reynolds, MD

Medical school: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin – Madison

Courtney Reynolds grew up in Cross Plains and calls Wisconsin her home. Her focus is on the health of her patients and on the health of her community; she enjoys listening to her patients and being an involved community member. She earned her bachelor’s and medical degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Courtney was a volunteer emergency medical technician in Mazomanie, WI where she provided emergency services and engaged in community events focusing on education and awareness. She helped develop a program in Rice Lake, WI to expand Reach Out and Read principles beyond well child visits into the clinic waiting room and community. Courtney participated in the Medical Students Offering Maternal Support program where she was a member of a first time mom’s support system and attended her prenatal appointments and delivery. From this, she learned to appreciate the vulnerabilities of patients, the importance of the doctor-patient relationship, and the necessity of patient education focusing on the individual. Courtney has a strong passion for obstetrics, women’s health, and integrative health. Courtney enjoys the great outdoors through camper camping, traveling, hiking, and spending time on the lake. She also relaxes by painting, crafting, and reading

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Sarah Schaaf, MD

Medical school: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Undergraduate: Wayne State University
Graduate School: Rutgers University

Sarah Schaaf does not have one hometown—rather, her experiences living in Marfaqq, Jordan; Cairo, Egypt; Aberdeen and Sioux Falls, SD; Detroit and Belleville, MI; and Atlanta, GA have all shaped her into the doctor she is today. She earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Wayne State University and a master’s degree in public administration from Rutgers University before coming to the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. She comes to medicine with longstanding interests in the reduction of healthcare disparities, the provision of cost-effective healthcare, and the promotion of medical education in 3rd world countries. She has served in the US Peace Corps in Uganda and as a community health volunteer in Lesotho. She has also worked as a direct support professional with developmentally disabled children and as an intern for a community rehabilitation program for female ex-convicts. While in medical school, she served as a leader for the Students for a National Health Plan. As a future family physician, her goals include increasing the importance of longitudinal, inclusive patient care and integrating psychiatric care into general medical care. In her off hours, Sarah enjoys visiting friends and family around the world, gardening and pickling, cooking, hosting friends, running, listening to podcasts, and writing poetry.

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Zachary Droeszler MD

Medical school: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin – Madison

Zachary Droeszler’s passion for serving rural Wisconsin runs through his veins. Raised on a dairy farm in Kieler, WI, Zach strives to put family at the center of rural family medicine. He earned his undergraduate degree in biology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to earning his medical degree from the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, Zach worked as a home health CNA. In medical school, Zach was in the Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine (WARM) program which tailored his medical training to the unique needs of rural Wisconsin communities. His commitment to advocating for and serving communities like his led him to serve as a student representative on the WARM admissions committee to help faculty and staff identify future students for this rural medicine preparation program. He also volunteered as an AHEC Health Careers Camp Counselor where he helped high school students learn about medical school and other careers in the health care field. Zach was drawn to rural family medicine by his passion for partnering with people of all ages in his community. He enjoys spending time with his family, which includes his wife and daughter, his close friends, and his fellow Badgers, Packers, Bucks, and Cubs fans.

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Molly Olson DO, MPH

Medical school: Des Moines University
Undergraduate: Iowa State University

Molly Olson was raised on a farm in rural eastern Iowa and is drawn to serving rural and undeserved communities. After graduating from Iowa State University with a BS in Kinesiology & Health and Spanish, she earned her medical degree and MPH from Des Moines University. While in medical school, Molly sharpened her interests in rural medicine by completing an educational pathway designed to prepare students to practice as primary care doctors in rural Iowa. Molly presented her research on her medical school’s rural medicine elective course at an STFM Conference on Medical Student Education. Her desire to provide care in underserved communities also led her to participate in a global health service trip to Honduras. Molly has a strong interest in osteopathic manual medicine (OMM) and completed a one-year predoctoral fellowship in OMM where she assisted in teaching the first- and second-year OMM courses, evaluated and treated patients with OMM, and coordinated volunteer opportunities. Drawn to the breadth of family medicine, she plans to provide care to patients of all ages by focusing on building relationships with patients and their families. In addition to her passion for rural communities, Molly enjoys running, cycling, reading, baking, and spending time with her husband and dog.

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Stacy Loerch MD

Medical school: Rush Medical College of Rush University Medical Center
Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin – Madison

A Wisconsin native, Stacy Loerch earned her B.A. in Neurobiology from UW-Madison before moving to Chicago to pursue her medical degree from Rush Medical College. As an undergraduate, Stacy assisted with Parkinson’s disease research and volunteered for Domestic Abuse Intervention Services in Madison, where she answered the crisis line. After graduating, she completed a marine mammal training internship at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium in Florida, learning how to train dolphins, otters, and sharks. During medical school, Stacy volunteered with the Boys and Girls club of Chicago, as well as with a summer camp for children living with skin diseases. She has a strong passion for women’s health and obstetrics, which led her to travel to Uganda with an organization called Save the Mothers to learn how pregnancy-related complications may be prevented. She also volunteers with Lifestriders in Waukesha, Wisconsin, a therapeutic riding program for children and adults with special needs. In her spare time, Stacy enjoys feeding the birds, growing orchids, fruits and vegetables, sitting by the fireplace with her Boston terriers, and spending time with friends and family.

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Kayce Spear MD

Medical school: Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine
Undergraduate: Reed College

An Oregon native, Kayce Spear earned her Medical Doctorate from Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine. She received her B.A. in Chemistry from Reed College in Portland, Oregon, and then went on to study Biochemistry and X-Ray Crystallography as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Heidelberg, in Germany. Kayce comes to us with diverse volunteer experience in the areas of thyroid cancer screening, GME curriculum planning, underserved global health initiatives, public policy development, and hospice care. She also held the position of Executive Director for the Portland Blues & Jazz Dance Society. In addition to her volunteer experiences, Kayce has held paid positions as a chemistry, physics, math and economics tutor, a dance instructor, and a Senior Reactor Operator. When she’s not busy with the many responsibilities of medicine, Kayce has a flair for swing and blues dancing, and she was invited to teach blues dancing in London. She also enjoys bike riding, bouldering, traveling and playing board games with friends.