Christopher Russell, MS, PA-C: Physician Assistant & Medical Director Medical Director Russell, PA-C oodas born in Santa Clara, California and received his dual-undergraduate degrees in Biology and Chemistry from Willamette University in Oregon. He attended Pacific University in Oregon, where he received his MS in Physician Assistant Studies. He served as a Physician Assistant mainly in community health in Oregon before moving to Hawaii in 2012 where he began working at West Hawaii Community Health Center. In his spare time, Russell, PA-C enjoys spending time with his family and exploring the Big Island, including hiking, biking, and snorkeling.
Stephen Andl, MD: Family Physician Dr. Andl was born in Germany and moved to the United States when he was 2 years old. Dr. Andl attended Rutgers University in New Jersey and earned his undergraduate degree. He later received his MD from the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Following graduation, Dr. Andl served as a physician in private practices in Louisiana and Maine before moving to Hawaii in 2000. He again worked in private practice until joining West Hawaii Community Health Center in 2006. Dr. Andl loves to garden, watch football, and go to the beach.
Laura Ankrum, D.O: Family Physician
Dr. Ankrum was born in Flint, Michigan and graduated from Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical Center with a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Ankrum completed her residency at Genesys Regional Medical Center and Michigan State University Family Practice. Dr. Ankrum specializes in family practice with an interest in dermatology and sports medicine. Dr. Ankrum is a competitive marathon runner, former U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials Qualifier in 2000, and a Sunday school teacher.
Naomi Bikle, MD: Psychiatrist Hailing from Los Angeles, California, Dr. Bikle graduated cum laude from UC Irvine and received her Bachelors of Science in Neurobiology and Behavior as well as a minor in Psychology. She went on to a post-baccalaureate fellowship at the National Institute of Mental Health in Bethesda, Maryland, researching functional imaging. Afterwards, she received her M.D. from UC Davis. During her General Psychiatry Residency Training at UC Irvine, Dr. Bikle served as one of their two chief residents. She is Board Certified in Psychiatry. Before arriving at West Hawaii Community Health Center in 2015, Dr. Bikle served as staff psychiatrist at Orange County Health Care Agency with Adult & Older Adult Services in Anaheim, California, and Assistant Clinical Professor, volunteer faculty, at UC Irvine’s Department of Psychiatry. When Dr. Bikle leaves the office, she enjoys cooking, yoga, playing board games, watching performing arts concerts or shows, and spending time with her friends and her dogs.
Jessica S. Craig, MD: Family Physician Dr. Craig was born in Laos and immigrated to the United States as a teenager after spending four years in a refugee camp in Thailand waiting for a sponsor to allow her to come to the U.S. Dr. Craig attended California State University in Bakersfield and earned her dual-undergraduate degrees in Biology and Health Science. From her childhood exposures to the pains and sufferings in the refugee camp and taking care of her parents at a young age, she was inspired and motivated to pursue a career in the medical field. She later received her MD from Ross University School of Medicine and completed her medical residency from UCSF-Fresno in California. Following residency, Dr. Craig worked with Kaiser Permanente in Fresno, and later entered into private practice in Selma, California before moving to Hawaii in March 2014, where she began working at West Hawaii Community Health Center. Dr. Craig is fluent in Laotian and Thai languages. She enjoys cooking, swimming and spending time with her family and their two dogs.
Victoria Hanes, PsyD: Clinical Psychologist & Behavioral Health Director Dr. Hanes was born on Oahu and received her undergraduate degree at Chaminade University in Honolulu, Hawaii. She earned her Masters and Doctoral Degrees in Clinical Psychology at Argosy University of Honolulu and completed her residency at the I Ola Lahui Rural Hawaiian Behavioral Health Training Program. In addition to serving at West Hawaii Community Health Center Dr. Hanes works as the Clinical Supervisor at I Ola Lahui and is Clinical Faculty at the Hawai`i Island Family Medical Center, a Residency Training Program at the Hilo Medical Center. Dr. Hanes is also a member of the National Health Service Corp and appreciates spending time with family, friends, and relaxing.
William (Ross) Hardwick, MS, MMS, PA-C: Physician Assistant PA-C, Hardwick was born in Clovis, New Mexico and received his Master of Medical Science, Physician Assistant Studies degree from Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ. PA-C Hardwick specializes in general medicine for patients five years of age and older. In his spare time PA-C Hardwick enjoys hiking, snorkeling, kayaking, river running, and meditation.
Tiare Kaleinani Hartman, PA-C: Physician Assistant Born and raised in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, Hartman received her Masters of Science degree in Physician Assistant from Arizona School of Health and Sciences. Hartman worked in cardiology at Island Heart and Vascular before joining WHCHC in June 2015. She enjoys playing soccer, dancing, going to the beach, and playing puppets with her two daughters.
Brandon Kang, LCSW: Licensed Social Worker Brandon Kang was born in Tucson, AZ to third generation immigrant parents from Korea and Italy respectively. He and his younger brother feel blessed to have been raised both in Hawai’i and the continental US. Brandon completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Arizona before returning to Hawai’i, Brandon’s sense of place. Brandon enrolled at University of Hawai’i at Mānoa School of Social Work and completed his Masters of Social Work via distance education while living and working in Kona. Prior to coming on board with WHCHC in 2015, Brandon worked for The Queen Lili’uokalani Children’s Center in Kona. Currently, Brandon is a part of the Behavioral Health team here at WHCHC as a Clinical Social Worker. In his spare time, Brandon enjoys ‘Āina activities.
Diane Logan, PhD: Clinical Psychologist Dr. Logan was born in Youngstown, Ohio and received her undergraduate degree at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. She earned both her MS in Psychology and PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Washington in Seattle. Her clinical experience includes residency at the Newington VA and a community health center in Connecticut, and postdoctoral clinical training at the Providence VA and an outpatient center in Rhode Island. Dr. Logan completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies at Brown University, and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and provided clinical trainings across the country on substance use disorder interventions. Dr. Logan joined WHCHC in 2015, and enjoys the outdoors, running, watching football, and spending time with her family and their two dogs.
Rebecca O’Rouke, MD: Family Physician Born and raised in Western New York, Dr. O’Rourke received her medical degree from the University at Buffalo School of Medicine. She completed her Family Practice Residency at New England Memorial Hospital in Stoneham, Massachusetts before serving four years in the Air Force In North Dakota. Dr. O’Rourke stayed rural North Dakota after her years of service and continued working in family practice for another four years. Thereafter, she returned to Western New York for twenty years, working as an ER Physician and later serving as the ER Medical Director. She and her husband moved to Lanai for two years before coming to the Big Island and joining the West Hawaii Community Health Center ohana in 2015. She lives with her husband Larry and their 2 dogs. They have six children on the mainland. In her spare time, Dr. O’Rourke enjoys going to the beach, crocheting, playing piano, and relaxing with her husband and dogs.
Shannon Price, DO: Family Practitioner Originally from Moorpark, California, Dr. Price completed her undergraduate studies at University of California Santa Barbara with a degree in biopsychology. She later attended Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical Center and received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree. After completing her residency at Trinity Medical Center in Family Practice and Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Price practiced in Illinois at a community health center. Soon after, she became Locus Tenem for Kaiser on O’ahu. Dr. Price joined WHCHC in June 2015. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time at the beach, snorkeling, fishing, watching movies, and having fun with her family, including her daughter.
Cindy Ann Rooney, RN, RNC, MSN, FNP-BC: Family Nurse Practitioner
Roony FNP-C, DNP was born in San Diego, CA and received her doctorate of Nurse Practitioner from Robert Morris University, in Chicago, Illinois. Rooney FNP-C, DNP specializes in family medicine and pain management. In her spare time Rooney FNP-C, DNP enjoys beach activities, gardening, hiking and body surfing.
David Woodliff, MD: Family Physician Dr. Woodliff, a native of Hastings, Michigan, received his Bachelor’s degree from Albion College in Michigan before pursuing his Medical degree at Wayne State University in Detroit. He completed his Residency at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, then spent two years as a physician in the U.S. Army. For the next 35 years, Dr. Woodliff and a colleague offered Family Medicine in their private practice in Hastings, Michigan. Dr. Woodliff joined WHCHC in 2011, offering Family Medicine to island residents. In his spare time, he enjoys sports, such as kayaking, biking, and golfing. He is also an avid gardener.
Bill Zwick, PhD: Clinical Psychologist Dr. Zwick was born in Brooklyn, New York and received his undergraduate degree at Manhattan College in The Bronx, New York. He received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Rhode Island and completed his post-doctoral fellowship at Brown University Medical School. Dr. Zwick joined West Hawaii Community Health Center as a Clinical Psychologist in 2009 after 8 years of providing behavioral health services on Oahu. Dr. Zwick has served as research staff at Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies, the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Coordinator at the Hawaii State Hospital in Kaneohe, and as Behavioral Health Director at WHCHC. Dr. Zwick is committed to integrating behavioral health and primary care services with an emphasis on conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, and chronic pain. He lives in Kona with his wife and together they enjoy raising tropical fish, gardening, the beach, reading, and spending time with friends.