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Residents and Fellows

University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine

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  • Jandu, Jagmohan, M.D. (PGY2): Internal Medicine

    Jandu JagmohanJagmohan Jandu M.D. (PGY2)

    • Medical School: St. George’s University School of Medicine
    • Hometown: Newark, CA
    • Career Goals: To provide the best patient care possible and become an integral part of the community. Will consider a fellowship that I can apply to an outpatient primary care setting and also maintain some inpatient exposure.
    • Hobbies: Golf, basketball, playing the Punjabi drum called the “dhol”, immersing myself in outdoor activities, and spending time with family and friends

    Department of Internal Medicine

  • Jensen, Erik, M.D. (PGY2): Internal Medicine

    Erik JensenErik Jensen M.D. (PGY2)

    • Medical School: University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine
    • Hometown: Reno
    • Career Goals: Infectious Disease, hopefully.
    • Hobbies: Ocean kayaking, cooking, being a nerd on the internet.

    Department of Internal Medicine

  • Jeter, Tee, M.D. (PGY2): Internal Medicine

    Tee M. JeterTee M. Jeter M.D. (PGY2)

    • Medical School: St. George’s University
    • Hometown: Atlanta, GA
    • Career Goals: Primary Care, Aerospace Medicine
    • Hobbies: Hiking, Kayaking, Motorcycles and weight-lifting

    Department of Internal Medicine

  • Johnson, Spencer, M.D. (PGY2): Family Medicine

    Spencer JohnsonSpencer Johnson M.D. (PGY2)

    • Medical School: University of Nevada, School of Medicine
    • Undergraduate College: University of Nevada, Reno
    • Career Goals: Private-practice, outpatient Family Medicine
    • Hobbies: Hanging out with my wife and two beautiful kids, playing and listening to music, tennis, golf, water-sports, Peruvian cuisine, Christopher Nolan movies, mildly competitive board games, being outside (with 3 layers of sunscreen), crossword puzzles, Jeopardy!

    First, the location is ideal. My wife and I were raised in Northern Nevada and we plan on raising our family here as well. Second, throughout medical school I had the opportunity to work very closely with the Family Medicine faculty starting in my first year--and there is no better group of people in any program anywhere! The residents and faculty here are my people, everyone is happy and the education here is excellent. For these reasons and many more, it was clear that this program was our number one choice.

    Department of Family Medicine

  • Jones, Ashley, M.D. (PGY2): Family Medicine

    Ashley JonesAshley Jones M.D. (PGY2)

    • Medical School: University of Arizona, College of Medicine Phoenix
    • Undergraduate College: University of Oklahoma
    • Career Goals: I aspire to practice full-spectrum Family Medicine including obstetrics in rural and underserved communities.
    • Hobbies: I find free time is best spent outdoors and with family. My husband and I get out on our mountain or road bikes as often as we can, occasionally letting our dog tag along on the trails. I also enjoy hiking, camping, and skiing. I love gardening and find so much satisfaction in growing my own food. During my downtime, I might be found cooking, listening to podcasts, reading, or spending way too much time solving crosswords.

    Why did you choose the University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno Family Medicine Residency?I chose the Family Medicine Residency at UNR because it was a great fit for me. I grew up in Reno and looked forward to moving back to be closer to my family and all the opportunities for outdoor recreation in the area. On my interview day, I found everyone involved in the program to be genuine, kind, and supportive. I was particularly struck by the strength of the training in pediatrics and obstetrics as well as the abundance of procedural training opportunities. As someone who wants to keep obstetrics in my practice, I am so happy to work with certified nurse midwives, family medicine physicians, and OB/GYNs in caring for pregnant and laboring women. Learning about the job offers that graduating residents were receiving made it clear that the program supports residents in pursuing training opportunities for their individual career goals and develops well-rounded physicians that the community respects.

    Department of Family Medicine