Andrew Antes, MD, MS
Medical School: Tulane University School of Medicine
Andrew was born and raised in San Jose, CA. After getting his B.S. in Biology in San Francisco, he began working in a family clinic for several years to build experience before medical school. He then attended Tulane University where he completed a dual degree program, earning his MD and a Masters in Anatomy. He has a deep interest in community medicine, global health, and disaster response, which led to him becoming an active board member for Doctors Outreach, a Bay Area-based nonprofit that conducts work both locally and internationally to provide aid to the underserved. In his free time he enjoys running, writing, cross stitching, and decorating for Halloween with his wife.
Harris Barakzoy, DO
Medical School: Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine
Harris was born in Hayward, CA to a family of Afghan refugees, and moved throughout California after his father joined the Navy, before settling back in the East Bay Area. He graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a B.S. in Neuroscience and a newfound appreciation for craft coffee & hiking in flip flops. He began cultivating a passion for serving his community at a Federally Qualified Health Center in the East Bay, which led him to pursue his medical degree at Touro University, Nevada. He is eager to return to Northern California and join the Methodist family to support the diverse, underserved Sacramento community and develop expertise in both high acuity and outpatient settings. His professional interests include refugee & global health, integrated behavioral health & sports medicine. Outside of medicine, you can find Harris playing soccer and basketball, exploring the Sierra Nevada wilderness, and listening to vinyl records with his cat, Luna.
Greta Berger, MD
Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin
Greta grew up in White Bear Lake, Minnesota with a love for art projects and exploring northern Minnesota on canoe trips. Ever since witnessing the powerful connections of Family Medicine while shadowing her own Family doc in high school, Greta was hooked. She followed her heart to Knox College, a small liberal arts school in Galesburg, IL, where she studied Biology and Sociology. Her liberal arts education empowered her to explore a curiosity for science and love for humanities, while allowing for the occasional art class – her perfect balance. During college, Greta discovered a passion for community work, participating in community projects & town committees. This led her to pursue a service year with AmeriCorps following graduation. As a Medicaid Outreach Community Health Worker in Madison, WI, she worked to connect folks experiencing incarceration and homelessness to insurance and primary care. This experience further confirmed her path toward Family Medicine. Greta attended the Medical College of Wisconsin’s accelerated 3-year primary care track in Wausau, WI. During medical school, Greta worked with Wausau’s Hmong community on addressing health needs and food access during the COVID-19 pandemic, started a Health Equity Podcast Club for her campus, and advocated for student wellness efforts and insurance access. Greta is thrilled to be joining the MFM family! She adventured to the West Coast with her partner Sean and their sweet, scruffy dog, Gizmo. She plans to explore the Farmer’s Markets and nature trails of Northern California and take a few pottery classes on her weekends off.
Laura Duong, MD
Medical School: University of California, Davis, School of Medicine
Laura Duong was born and raised in Oakland, CA. She discovered her passion for preventative medicine and serving the underserved while volunteering in high school and college as a community health educator. She graduated from UCLA with a degree in Psychobiology and worked as a medical scribe and administrative assistant after graduation. She obtained her medical degree from UC Davis School of Medicine with hopes to improve access to quality healthcare for communities like the one that raised her. She chose family medicine because of her interest in whole-person care, care for the family unit, and the prevention and management of chronic disease. In her spare time she enjoys powerlifting, backpacking, and spending time with her pet rats. (She, Her, Hers)
Wyatt Graham, MD
Medical School: University of California, Davis, School of Medicine
Wyatt grew up just outside of Fresno where he was introduced to his love of medicine by his father who was a PA. In 2012, he moved Yolo County to attend UC Davis where he studied Biochemistry. After graduating, he got married to his wonderful wife, Cori, and worked in preparation for medical school. He was fortunate enough to be accepted to UC Davis School of Medicine where he has spent the last 4 years. Here, he grew his interests in chronic disease management, global medicine and pediatrics. When he wasn't studying for tests or in the hospital, he was remodeling his home with his wife. Wyatt considered himself equal part medical student and home improver. To relax, Wyatt, Cori and their two dogs, Teddy and Piper, find every chance to hike in the mountains surrounding Sacramento. Now that he has graduated, he is excited to join the Methodist Family Medicine team in serving the population of Sacramento.
Markkus Hasychak, DO
Medical School: Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine
I am a bay area native who loves to serve in my church and the local community. I completed my B.S. in Biology at CSU East Bay, followed by my M.S. and D.O. degree at Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine. During this time I cultivated a passion for primary care, which led me to seek residency training in full-spectrum Family Medicine. Dignity Health Methodist's involvement with underserved communities, along with their incredible staff instantly made them my top choice to train. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve Sacramento with Dignity and am excited to make lasting connections in the area. I firmly believe that patient education and a strong Doctor-patient relationship are the first steps on the path to a healthy, fulfilling life. In my spare time, I enjoy volleyball, hockey, biking, hiking, volunteering in my church, and spending quality time with my loved ones.
Cindy Ma, MD
Medical School: California Northstate University College of Medicine
Cindy was born in San Jose, CA, and spent most of her childhood in the Sacramento area. She attended UC Davis with a major Microbiology (just like her dad, who was her biggest role model!) and a minor in Psychology. As an undergraduate health resource advocate for a Sacramento clinic, she realized the importance of understanding the social determinants of health and became interested in primary care. In medical school, she had many interests within medicine and also enjoyed community outreach; she found that Family Medicine was a great fit for her. As a family medicine physician, she is excited to build relationships with her patients and enjoys the opportunities to care for entire families. Her goal is to empower her patients with the knowledge about their health and to optimize their health, so they can focus to things they cherish in life, like spending time with their loved ones. Outside of medicine, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, functional training, bouldering, karaoke-ing, and Yelping new eateries (especially coffee and boba).
Brianna Quincy, MD, MS
Medical School: University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson
I grew up in Menlo Park/Palo Alto, CA before moving to Northfield, Minnesota for college. I've always had a passion for history and medicine, so I majored in history in college and got a Master's in biomedical sciences in Virginia afterwards. Feeling as though I had not seen enough of the country, I came to Tucson, Arizona for medical school. Over the past 4+ years, my interest in full spectrum Family practice, working with the rural underserved, and working with survivors of sex trafficking led me to start my residency at Dignity Health. In my spare time, I love to read (continuing my history passion), hike, bake, garden, and explore new restaurants.