Residents and Fellows

University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine


  • Eck, Erick, M.D. (PGY2): Psychiatry

    Erick Eck M.D. (PGY2)

    • Medical School: A.T. Still University
    • Undergraduate College: University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana
    • Research Interests: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    • Hometown: Oak Lawn, IL
    • Hobbies: Anything outdoors, sports, exercise, animals, travel, or entrepreneurship.

    Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

  • Elnaggar, Mohamed, M.D. (PGY3): Internal Medicine

    Mohamed ElnaggarMohamed Elnaggar M.D. (PGY3)

    • Medical School: Tanta school of Medicine, Egypt
    • Hometown: Tanta-Egypt
    • Career Goals: to be a compassionate and exceptional physician.
    • Hobbies: Traveling, working out, Video games, TV and movies

    Department of Internal Medicine

  • Evans, Andrew, M.D. (PGY2): Family Medicine

    Maria FernandezAndrew Evans M.D. (PGY2)

    • Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine
    • Undergraduate Degree: University of Texas at Tyler
    • Career Goals: Full spectrum family medicine with a focus on a holistic approach to patient management
    • Hobbies: I enjoy mountaineering, skiing, mountain biking, surfing, hunting, fishing, playing music, and learning new things.

    Why did you choose the University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno Family Medicine Residency?:I chose the University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno Family Medicine Residency because it truly felt like home. The program has done an amazing job of putting together not only a cohesive group of residents, but a faculty with a diverse skill set and background who truly care about Reno and have an obvious devotion to teaching. Each attending physician is approachable, knowledgeable, and genuinely invested in the residents as well as the patients. While sitting down for my first meal with this team, I was immediately aware of how much they enjoyed one another. And at the end of the day, enjoying the people you work with makes the long hours and little time off not feel like so much work.

    Department of Family Medicine