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Family Medicine Residency: Faculty

PortraitPatricia J. Bouknight, MD

Title: Program Director
Appointment: Assistant Professor
Undergraduate: Columbia College, Columbia, SC, 1985 - 1989. BA. Summa Cum Laude
Medical School: University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Charleston, SC, 1989 - 1994
Residency: Spartanburg Medical Center, 1994 - 1997 Chief Resident, 1996 - 1997
Professional Interests: Prenatal care, GYN, dermatologic procedures
Hobbies: Cooking, spending time with my husband and my 2 children Kayleigh and Erin, fishing

"I take great pride in being a graduate of this program. I have experienced first-hand what it is like to be a resident in the program and I understand and relate to residents concerns and day-to-day ups and downs. It has helped me to be a better teacher. I care about each and every one of our residents, and enjoy being surrounded by them and helping them grow as physicians and as persons. I love all aspects of family medicine - especially women's health and pediatrics. I believe our united goal as faculty in this program is to provide education that shapes residents into becoming competent physicians, who care about their patients and communities. It gives me great satisfaction to be part of this process."

PortraitScott Klosterman, DO

Title: Program Track Director, Osteopathic Recognition
Appointment: Associate Professor
Undergraduate: University of Washington
Medical School: Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hometown: Salem, Oregon
Professional Interests: OMT, sports medicine, wound care
Hobbies: Family, running, golf, travel, medical missions

"I have a passion for teaching and mentoring others through their professional development from student to physician. With the arrival of VCOM Carolinas Company, I am excited to join the schools clinical faculty part time and work with the residency's educational training through those ties. My wife and I love the area and enjoy raising our boys here in the Upstate as well."

PortraitMark T. Godenick, MD, MPH

Appointment: Associate Professor
Undergraduate: Southern College, Tenn, 1974-1978
Medical School: Loma Linda Medical School, 1978-1982
Residency: Florida Hospital, Orlando, 1982-85 Preventive Medicine, Baltimore, 1988-89
Professional Interests: Prevention, wilderness medicine, urgent care, sports medicine, research
Hobbies: Backpacking, camping, golf, gardening, music, violin

"I was born and raised in New Jersey. My parents were very active outdoors and I grew up camping, canoeing, and backpacking. I have always enjoyed doing things outside (I participated in all sports) and have an active interest in sports medicine and wilderness medicine. After finishing medical school in Loma Linda, California and doing my residency in Orlando, Florida, I practiced rural medicine in West Virginia for three years. Then I got my Preventive Medicine degree in Maryland. Since than I have been teaching at the best Family Medicine Residency Program in the southeast, Spartanburg! I was Family Medicine Department Chairman for 5 years and can say without a doubt this is a very supportive hospital for medical education. I am raising three daughters here in Spartanburg and am proud to be associated with this great family medicine residency."

PortraitJoseph G. Grace, III, PhD

Appointment: Associate Professor
Undergraduate: Erskine College, Due West, SC, B.A. in Psychology, 1966 - 1969
Medical School: Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, M.A. in Clinical Psychology, 1971 - 1974 University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS, PhD in Counseling Psychology, 1974 - 1977
Professional Interests: Counseling with children, adolescents, adults and families, teaching family medicine and chaplain residents
Hobbies: All sports, movies, theatre, traveling to new places in the U.S. and other countries

"Spartanburg is an excellent small city that has the progressiveness and most of the amenities of a large city. More importantly, I can not imagine working in any hospital setting other than SRHS. That is why I have continued to work here for 27+ years. SRHS far exceeds the other three hospital settings where I have trained."


Ronald Januchowski, DO

Appointment: Assistant Professor
Undergraduate: SUNY at Buffalo
Medical School: N.Y. College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: Womack Army Medical Center
Professional Interests: Procedures, sports medicine, women's health
Hobbies: Ice hockey

"Excellent program with broad-based support from specialists and the hospital administration. Residents are trained to be Family Medicine physicians that could practice anywhere in the world! I hope to see you here! Please call or e-mail me if you would like to stop by, even for a day or two."

PortraitDonna McGee, MD

Appointment: Assistant Professor
Undergraduate: Duke University
Medical School: University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Residency: Spartanburg Family Medicine Residency Program 1997-2000
Clinical History: 17 years in private practice

PortraitStefan Montgomery, MD

Appointment: Assistant Professor
Undergraduate: Furman University
Medical School: USC School of Medicine
Residency: Baton Rouge General Family Medicine Residency
Professional Interests: Sports medicine, diabetes, concussions
Hobbies: Computers & running

"After being in private practice for 10 years, I wanted to be able to share that knowledge and experience with the residents. Having done a Sports Medicine Fellowship, I wanted an opportunity to teach that part of my training to others."

PortraitJenna Reel, PharmD, BCPS, CDE

Title: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Center for Family Medicine
 Center for Family Medicine faculty and Adjunct Assistance Professor
Undergraduate: Clemson University
Medical School: Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)
Residency: The Ralph H Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston, South Carolina
Professional Interests: Chronic disease state management, anticoagulation, HIV and hepatitis c, transitions of care and educating learners
Hobbies: Spending time with my husband and our two boys, hanging out with friends on the lake, watching Clemson Football (GO Tigers) and running with our Boykin Spaniel, Dabo

"The Center for Family Medical program has a vision concerning patient care that aligns with my own.  They think outside of the box and collaborate with other disciplines in order to provide excellent care to our patients and their family.  I enjoy having the opportunity to expand services and educate learners from multiple disciplines."

PortraitPetra K. Warren, MD

Appointment: Assistant Professor
Undergraduate: Duke University
Medical School: Wake Forest (Bowman Gray School of Medicine)
Residency: East Carolina, NC
Professional Interests: Rural medicine
Hobbies: Gardening, reading, hiking, camping

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