Meet Our Central Wisconsin Residents
Our first class of residents started in July 2017. We are pleased to introduce the current Central Wisconsin Residents. Our residents bring the exact qualities of experience and initiatives of our program. All our residents have outstanding experience and credentials to lay a solid foundation for our program.
Amy Butterworth,, MD
St. James School of Medicine; Dr. Butterworth has completed one year of a family practice residency at the University of Wyoming, she has an MBA, and she has worked as a teacher. She has tutored students for USMLE. She is enthusiastic about serving in the communities of central Wisconsin.
Ryan Stever,, MD
St. George’s University School of Medicine; Dr. Stever originates from southeastern Minnesota. He has strong ties to serving in rural areas. He has volunteered with troubled teens and in a women’s shelter as well as completing mission trips in Nicaragua. He has taught psychopharmacology to psychology undergrads.
Albina Zimany,, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; Dr. Zimany is a Wisconsin native. She has outstanding medical school credentials as an innovator. She worked in the MEDIC, a student-run free clinic in Madison and led the Psychiatry Interest Group during medical school. She has taught in Adult Achiever, an adult literacy program. She is AOA and received the Gold Humanism award.
Shweta Anand Karve,, MD
Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical college in Pune India; Dr. Karve comes to us from Sunnyvale, California. Currently, she is a research assistant at Stanford University Department of Psychiatry and she has extensive clinical experience. In her spare time, she enjoys—cooking and trying out new recipes.
Christian Ryser,, DO
Des Moines University of Osteopathic Medicine; Dr. Ryser is from Utah. He achieved the Gold Touch award for 100+ community volunteer hours and is an avid outdoor enthusiast.
Tsarina Rachel VanWieren,, DO
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences; Dr. Van Wiernen is from Calgary Canada. She was very involved in extracurricular service activities benefiting the community, including Score 1 For Health, where 13,000 elementary-aged schoolchildren from the urban core and low-income families, were given free medical screenings. She is an active person enjoying outdoor activities.