Resident Physician Profiles


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The Marian Family Medicine Residency Program’s mission is to provide resident physicians with the full spectrum of the family medicine specialty while also promoting a scholarly environment that fosters a balance of personal and professional growth and enhances patient health.


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Katrina Ang, MD

Medical School: Chicago Medical School

Hello, I'm Katrina. I studied Biology and Literature at UC San Diego and completed my master's and medical degrees at Chicago Medical School. I chose Family Medicine because I am passionate about preventative medicine, health education, and providing evidence-based care. My career interests include geriatric and academic medicine. My hobbies revolve around dance, books, travel, graphic design, and my 2 cats.



Reagan McKendree, MD

Medical School: University of Florida

Hi! I'm Reagan--a transplant to the Central Coast after growing up and attending undergrad and med school in Florida. My passions are for integrative medicine, lifestyle and preventive medicine, providing holistic care for my family medicine patients, and promoting wellness for health care professionals. Along that path, I've also been a yoga teacher and done lifestyle coach trainings and am the first MD resident at Marian to join the Osteopathic Manipulation Track. In my free time, I enjoy hiking, exercising, yoga, water sports, cooking, and music.  



Andrea Omonte, MD

Medical School: Virginia Commonwealth

Hello everyone, my name is Andrea Omonte! I was born in La Paz, Bolivia but grew up just outside of Washington DC in Falls Church, VA. I studied in Southern California for undergrad at Pomona College and attended Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. My interests within family medicine include community/global medicine, maternal-child well-being, improving access to care for underserved populations and mentorship. In my time off, I enjoy spending as much time as possible in the outdoors and you can find me exploring hiking trails with my dog, swimming, going to the beach, and traveling to different places.



Thomas Rehder, DO

Medical School: Pacific Northwest University

My name is Thomas Rehder and I was born and raised right here in the Central Coast - my hometown being Nipomo and having attended St. Joseph High School in Santa Maria. I went to University of California, Merced for undergraduate education and attended Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences in Yakima, WA for medical school. My interests include Sports Medicine, diagnostic and procedural ultrasound, and LGBTQ+ health. In my free time, I enjoy playing video games, kayaking, and camping. 



Anthony Reyes, DO

Medical School: Touro University

Greetings! My name is Anthony, and I attended medical school at Touro University in Vallejo, California. Although I grew up in the Bay Area, I also spent some time living in the mid-west and in southern California. I am very excited to now call the beautiful Central Coast my home. I am passionate about pediatrics, geriatrics, and preventative medicine. One of my favorite quotes is from a Navy Seal named David Goggins who once said, “It’s not about what you do. It’s about the conditions that you do it in.”



Julia Veen, DO

Medical School: Western University of the Health Sciences (WesternU)

Good day everyone - I am a California native originally from the SoCal area, but now happily living in SLOcal! I pursued an undergrad education in Neuroscience at UCLA and followed my path to becoming a physician at WesternU. During my time in medical school, I applied and was chosen to complete a Pre-Doctoral Teaching Fellowship in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM). The additional year allowed me to take a deep dive into osteopathic care and teach the hands-on medicine I plan to offer my patients. My passion for family medicine stems from the truly holistic nature of the field, the physician's ability to stand side-by-side with a patient through the years, and ultimately develop a relationship that will last a lifetime!


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Derin Allard, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences

Hi everyone, I’m Derin. I grew up in Huntington Beach, California and Istanbul, Turkey and went to undergrad at UC Irvine, majoring in political science. After completing a pre-med post-bacc program, I went to medical school at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA. I enjoy family medicine because of the broad scope of practice and the ability to establish long-term relationships with people of all ages. In my free time, I enjoy reading, photography, and all-things related to aviation.



Linda Baldwin, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences (WesternU)

Prior to becoming a physician, I was thriving in a career as an Outcome Analyst for Stanford Healthcare and as adjunct faculty for San Jose State University. Making a choice to make a major career change to pursue medicine has been challenging, but rewarding in so many ways. I chose to become a doctor of osteopathic medicine because of the Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine skill set that I would be able to use to help my patients heal. I chose to come to MRMC for my residency because of the culture of collaboration and respect, their Osteopathic Recognition, and their integrative medicine track. I felt that my skills as a physician would become well-rounded and well-honed through my training here. I am passionate about helping people achieve their optimal health and find their voice. I believe that building health partnerships with patients is a powerful tool to improve lives. In my spare time, I love spending time with my husband, five children, and three dogs. I love being near the ocean and the beautiful hiking trails all around us in the central coast. 



Patrick Coughlin, MD

Medical School: Loyola Medical School

I grew up in Santa Paula, California, two hours south of Santa Maria. I attended Thomas Aquinas College, where I met my wonderful wife, Francesca. Between undergrad and med-school I worked a number of jobs: construction, beach lifeguarding, football referee, medical scribe, and wilderness EMT. Then in 2015, my wife and I and our two children moved to Chicago to attend Loyola Medical School, and when we came back to California in 2019, we brought a third child with us! I love the variety I see working in Family Medicine, and in my off time I enjoy bike riding, surfing, spearfishing, SCUBA diving, camping, painting, playing guitar, motorcycling, reading, building model airplanes, board games, carpentry, and family time.



Kathy Guo, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences (WesternU)

Hello! My name is Kathy and I am from Fremont, California. I was born in China and immigrated to the Bay Area with my parents when I was 10 years old. I completed my undergrad at UC Berkeley and medical school at WesternU in Pomona. I am very grateful to be a part of this residency program with such supportive staff, faculty, and residents. My area of interest include geriatric care, preventative medicine, mental health, and integrative medicine. During my free time, I love hanging out with my cat Waffle, spending time with friends and family, and being a big foodie. I am really enjoying the central coast; the weather and scenery is just unbeatable!   



Matthew Nguyen, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences (WesternU)

Hello and welcome to our residency program! I was born and raised in San Jose, CA. I attended UC San Diego for undergrad and Western University in Pomona for medical school. I am passionate about underserved medicine and making a lasting impact on the community. During my free time, I like to play video games/board games, build model kits, and try out new restaurants. The Central Coast has been an awesome place to live with amazing weather and tons of fun activities! 



Arielle Tucker, MD

Medical School: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Hi! I’m a Central Coast transplant originally from Cleveland, OH. I went to Case Western Reserve University for my undergraduate degree and University of Cincinnati College of Medicine for medical school. I choose family medicine because it gives you the opportunity to do a little bit of everything and pursue what you are truly passionate about.  I am specifically interested in the intersection of social justice, underserved medicine, and how we as doctors can advocate for our patients. I am really enjoying the beautiful Central Coast weather and easy access to ocean. Marian has been a great place to balance my career aspirations and my overall well-being.


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Julian Bandura, DO

Medical School: Touro University, Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine

Hello everyone, my name is Julian. Originally I am from Cologne, Germany and grew up in Solvang, California. I went to undergrad in San Diego at UCSD and did my medical school training at Touro University Nevada. I am happy to be back in the Central Coast doing my residency and chose this program for its continued osteopathic hands-on training. In my spare time I like to explore the outdoors, play guitar, and check out the local wineries/breweries.



Eric Gavarre, MD

Medical School: New York Medical College

Hey! I'm originally from the Bay Area. I went to UC Davis for undergrad and then spent two years in Morocco while in the Peace Corps after college. That's where I discovered my passion for health care. After I came back, I went to New York Medical College and I am happy to be back on the west coast! I wanted to train at a community hospital where I could learn skills and tools that will prepare me to achieve all my future health care goals. There's no place quite like Marian. We have the ability to work with an underserved population in a great learning environment on the Central Coast surrounded by many breweries and wineries. 



Chuong Le, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences (WesternU)

Xin chao! I was born and raised in Vietnam for 15 years prior to immigrating to the U.S, and has been able to call California home ever since. I finished medical school at Western University in Pomona, CA, and I am glad to be able to stay in California, especially in the Central Coast, for my residency. I chose Marian family residency program not only for its dedication in delivering quality healthcare to the underserved population, but also for its commitment in physician resident’s wellness. In my spare time, I am an avid foodie and also dabble in photography now and then. 



Eric Sincoff, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences (WesternU)

Yo everyone, my name is Eric Sincoff. I was born in Sacramento California, went to college in San Diego and medical school at Western University in Pomona. Planning on practicing outpatient family medicine with infusions of OMM and integrative medicine. Love hiking, crossfit, wineries, and taking care of my 4 month old baby and cat fur babies!



Mira Yoon, DO

Medical School: Touro University, College of Osteopathic Medicine

Hello! My name is Mira Yoon and I’m from Fremont, CA. I went to St. Olaf College in Minnesota for undergrad, WashU in St. Louis for my MPH, and Touro University in CA for medical school. My areas of interest include procedural medicine, global health, underserved populations, and wound care - I love picking at wounds all over the world! I enjoy traveling, running on the beach, spending quality time with family and friends (furry ones included), playing piano and ukulele, finding random adventures like skydiving, and eating colorful food.

Learn More About Our Residency Program

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