Eden EversonMedical Resident
Dr. Eden Everson is a dedicated and passionate naturopathic physician with a focus on women’s health, IV therapy, and metabolism and endocrinology. She completed her undergraduate degree in Human Physiology at the University of Oregon, and graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine in 2023 where she is also completing her first year of residency. Dr. Everson is committed to providing exceptional patient care and focusing on uncovering the root cause of her patient’s symptoms. She is excited to embark on her residency journey and contribute to the field of naturopathic medicine. When not practicing medicine, Dr. Everson enjoys spending time with her family, training her Great Dane, playing the piano, hiking, and skiing.
Lindsay JohnsonMedical Resident
Dr. Lindsay Johnson is a licensed naturopathic physician completing her first year of residency at NUNM. She graduated from NUNM in 2023 after completing her undergraduate degree at Portland State University. Prior to this, she got her license in massage therapy at East West College of the Healing Arts in 2010 and worked alongside chiropractic physicians until starting medical school.
During Dr. Johnson’s time at NUNM she completed rotations in primary care, IV therapy, minor surgery, and homeopathy. Her homeopathy education supplemented by extensive programs through New England School of Homeopathy and The Center for Education and Development of Homeopathy. She has interests of working in primary care in NUNM’s community clinics as well as in rural medicine and addiction medicine. She plans to work in high provider shortage areas/ populations after her residency through Oregon Health Authority’s Scholars of a Healthy Oregon – Naturopathic Opportunity.
Outside of her resident duties, Dr. Johnson enjoys gardening, cooking, reading, moving around outside and spending time with her family.
Kailee PhillipsMedical Resident
Dr. Kailee Phillips is a licensed naturopathic physician completing her first year of residency at NUNM. She graduated with her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the National University of Natural Medicine in 2023. Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Phillips earned her Bachelor of Science from Oregon State University where she majored in biohealth science and received a minor in psychology. During her time there, Dr. Phillips worked at the Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center – a secure and confidential resource center for survivors of both on and off campus sexual assault.
Dr. Phillips’ clinical education included numerous clinical rotations on robust primary care shifts, serving the NUNM community clinics, cardiology, neurology and IV medicine. Her clinical interests include integrative mental health, primary care and treating underserved populations. She is passionate about formulating carefully curated, integrative treatment plans which highlight the principles of naturopathic medicine in a safe, evidenced-based manner.
Outside of the clinic Dr. Phillips enjoys cooking, reading, t
Danielle MelvinSplit-Site Resident
Dr. Danielle Melvin is a licensed naturopathic physician completing her first-year residency in general family medicine at NUNM and in integrative women’s health under the supervision of Dr. Tori Hudson at A Women’s Time. She graduated from Sonoran University of Health Sciences in Tempe, AZ with her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. Prior to attending medical school, she received her B.S in Biology with minors in Chemistry and Holistic Health from Stockton University.
Dr. Melvin’s clinical interests include women’s health, primary care, sex education, fertility support, and endocrine disorders. Dr. Melvin prioritizes integrative, evidence-based medicine and utilizes a variety of modalities including botanicals, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and more to offer individualized care.
In her free time, Dr. Melvin enjoys attending hot yoga classes, discovering new restaurants, and traveling back home to enjoy the Jersey shore.
Hannah PrattMedical Resident
Dr. Hannah Pratt is a licensed naturopathic physician completing her first year of residency at NUNM. She has been part of the NUNM community for many years as a part of the institution’s inaugural undergraduate cohort, attaining a B.S. in Integrative Health Science. This affirmed her plan to continue on into the graduate programs which culminated in her earning both her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and a Master of Science in Clinical Research from NUNM in 2023.
Dr. Pratt is deeply committed to research and evidence-based medicine, anchoring her approach to patient care in the latest scientific knowledge and clinical research. This dedication ensures that she delivers the most current and effective treatments to her patients, fostering trust and confidence in her practice. Bringing this mindset to the primary care setting, she enjoys working with patients to create individualized treatment plans which encompass the principles of naturopathic medicine.
In her free time, she enjoys cooking, baking, and spending time listening to books or podcasts in her garden under the watchful eye of her black cat.
Nozomi GonzalezMedical Resident
Dr. Nozomi Gonzalez is a licensed naturopathic physician completing her second year of residency at NUNM. She graduated from NUNM in 2022 with her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. Prior to attending medical school, she received her B.A. in International Studies with a focus on Global Health and Environment from the University of Michigan.
During her training at NUNM, Dr. Gonzalez completed rotations focused on primary care, IV therapy, cardiology, and community medicine. She is passionate about providing care to underserved populations and volunteered extensively throughout her school career. She has particular interest in utilizing naturopathic principles to improve community and public health. Her therapeutic approach focuses on constructing approachable lifestyle changes and supporting patients with the many tools of naturopathic medicine when indicated.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Gonzalez’s interests include dancing, cooking (and eating), and exploring Portland with her friends and partner.
Rachel KellyMedical Resident
Dr. Rachel Kelly is currently completing her second year of residency at NUNM. She graduated from NUNM in 2022 after completing her undergraduate degree at Oregon State University, where she majored in Nutrition and received a minor in Spanish.
While in medical school she worked as a personal trainer and water aerobics instructor, and has a particular interest in orthopedics, physical medicine, and joint injections. She currently has a physical medicine shift at the NUNM clinic. Dr. Kelly’s clinical education also included rotations in dermatology, minor surgery, primary care, and IV therapy.
Outside of the clinic Dr. Kelly dedicates time going to the gym and painting. She is originally from Gladstone, and enjoys spending time with her family.
Tara ZwickerMedical Resident
Dr. Tara Zwicker is a licensed naturopathic physician completing her second year of residency at NUNM. She graduated with her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the National University of Natural Medicine in 2022. Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Zwicker earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry from Wilfrid Laurier University near Toronto, Canada, where she is proudly from.
Dr. Zwicker’s clinical interests include vitalism, anthroposophic medicine, lifestyle medicine, homeopathy and gastrointestinal concerns including SIBO. She has completed a certification in clinical homeopathy from the Center for Education and Development of Clinical Homeopathy. Additionally, she has served on the Naturopathic Medical Student Association board at the international level and is passionate about educating students and patients alike in the art of natural medicine. She enjoys using her curiosity to delve into a variety of medical conditions and is an ally for all patients.
When not in the clinic, Dr. Zwicker is a fan of handcrafting everything from cosmetics to rugs, pursuing various art forms, singing and learning ASL (American Sign Language).
Dr. Girija BhonsleMedical Resident
Dr. Girija Bhonsle is a licensed naturopathic physician completing her third year of residency at the National University of Natural Medicine. She received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine in 2021 from NUNM. She earned her BA in Neurobiology and Psychology from Boston University.
Dr. Bhonsle’s clinical training and interests are focused on integrative primary care, parenteral (IV) therapy, pediatric & adult mental health, as well as contraceptive care and family planning. She has also received additional training in adult and pediatric psychopharmacology and medical management of eating disorders in children, teens and adults.
She is passionate about delivering non-judgmental, culturally competent health care by creating a doctor-patient relationship built upon mutual respect and trust. She believes in creating an individualized, collaborative care plan utilizing an entire array of treatment modalities from herbal formulas to pharmaceuticals.
When not in the clinic, Dr. Bhonsle enjoys spending time outdoors with friends and family, exploring museums, watching movies and historical documentaries, or curling up with a good mystery novel and one (or more) of her 3 cats.
Dr. Taylor BohamMedical Resident
Dr. Taylor Boham is a licensed naturopathic physician completing her final year of residency. She received her degree from NUNM and holds a certification in Pelvic Floor Therapy. Her clinical interests include women’s health, sex education, infertility, and endocrinology. She enjoys helping patients who have thyroid disease, PCOS, endometriosis, and are trying to conceive. Her medical training focused on primary care and was supplemented by preceptor experiences including labor and delivery and postpartum care (midwifery), pediatrics, dermatology, reproductive endocrinology, and more.
Prior to medical school, she studied Biology, Chemistry and Religion at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. During her time there, she was involved in athletics, pedagogic research, and was the president of a nonprofit organization that aimed to improve afterschool experiences for under-resourced communities. Her love for teaching and education makes “docere” her favorite naturopathic principle.
When Dr. Boham is not in the clinic, she enjoys reading, exploring the outdoors, and spending time with her friends and family.
Dr. Kristen KellyMedical Resident
Dr. Kristen Kelly is a licensed naturopathic physician completing her third year of residency at the Natural University of Naturopathic Medicine. She graduated in 2020 with her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA. Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Kelly earned her Master of Science in Sustainable Development from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark as well as her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI.
Dr. Kelly’s clinical interests include primary care as well as gastroenterology including IBD & overall digestive health; dysautonomia including MCAS, histamine intolerance & POTS; endocrine disorders including thyroid issues and diabetes; as well as other autoimmune conditions including rheumatologic conditions. She has completed additional training in craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, botanical medicine including formulating tinctures/teas for each individual patient and nutrition. Dr. Kelly is passionate about patient-centered care as well as evidence-based medicine. Dr. Kelly also strongly believes in the educational/teaching model and the mentorship that it creates between practitioners, students and patients.
When not practicing medicine, Dr. Kelly can be found outside running, hiking, and/or exploring the beautiful PNW with her friends, family and 4 yo Australian Shepherd, Sage.