Second Year Residents Family Medicine Residency Training Third Year Residents Second Year Residents First Year Residents Faculty Benefits & Compensation Contact Us & Application About Our Region From Our President & CEO Hospice & Palliative Medicine Fellowship Obstetrics Fellowship Adrian Acosta, MD Dr. Adrian Acosta grew up near Green Bay, Wisconsin. He received his bachelor of business administration at St. Norbert College, majoring in Spanish and accounting. After a few years in the business world, he chose to pursue a career in medicine, finishing his medical training at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Adrian chose St. Elizabeth because of its robust inpatient service, access to procedures, and unopposed, full-spectrum training in family medicine. He immediately noticed the close bonds between residents and felt at home with the faculty. His medical interests include sports medicine, procedures, and urban underserved care. Outside of medicine, Adrian’s interests include breakfast, lunch, and dinner. He spends his free time playing soccer with his co-residents, attending FC Cincinnati games, and exploring Cincinnati’s restaurant scene. Marye Margaret Boggs, MD Dr. Marye Margaret (Mimi) Boggs is from Harlan, KY. She earned a Bachelor of Science (Major: Psychology; Minor: Neuroscience) from Sewanee: The University of The South in 2014. She earned a Master of Public Health and Doctor of Medicine from St. George’s University School of Medicine and Public Health in 2019. After nine years exploring communities around the U.S.A. and the world, Mimi is thrilled to return to KY to hone her medical skills. She chose St. Elizabeth because the program provides exceptional full spectrum Family Medicine training within a respectful professional work environment. Mimi was impressed by the well-rounded and supportive residents and faculty at St. Elizabeth and looks forward to working with them. Her professional interests include women and children’s health, behavioral and addiction medicine, geriatrics, and leadership development. Mimi enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, cooking, hiking, and playing golf. Benjamin Collard, MD Dr. Benjamin Collard grew up in a small town in southwestern Michigan. Shortly after high school, he joined the US Army and completed his training as a Calvary Scout in Fort Knox, KY. He was stationed in Fort Drum, NY and was deployed to Baghdad, Iraq in 2009. After completion of his military service he received an honorable discharge and attended Clarkson University in upstate New York majoring in Biology. He then attended St. George’s University School of Medicine for his medical training. Ben’s various experiences of critical situations in Iraq led him to pursue a career in medicine. In addition, Ben’s passion for helping others and strong interest in obstetrics contributed to his decision to choose St. Elizabeth Healthcare. He hopes to pursue a career caring for the underserved populations with an emphasis on maternity care. In his free time, Ben enjoys playing basketball, fishing, hunting, and spending time with family and friends. Ben also enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife Leanna and his baby boy Noah. Harjodh Dhillon, DO Dr. Harjodh (Jodh) Dhillon was born and raised in Toronto, Canada, and attended McMaster University, where he completed a degree in Life Sciences. He then attended Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Indianapolis for his medical training. Jodh chose St Elizabeth because it is a strong unopposed program, that is known for its great inpatient, outpatient, and procedural training. Jodh was very impressed by the nurturing culture that St E had to offer, and was amazed by the faculty and residents. Jodh has a strong interest in emergency medicine and sports medicine. In his free time, Jodh enjoys powerlifting, playing ball hockey, and trying new foods and restaurants with his wife. Amanda Evans, DO Dr. Amanda Evans grew up in the beautiful Florida Panhandle where her love of the outdoors began. She attended Auburn University majoring in Microbiology and the University of South Florida where she received a Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) specializing in Environmental Epidemiology. She spent the next six years at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, OH furthering research in Cumulative Risk Assessment. During this time she had numerous publications but more importantly she met her husband, Scott Leslie, and had their first child, Chloe. Amanda attended Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) in NC where she gave birth to their second child, Robert (Robo). After doing a rotation at St. Elizabeth the beginning of her 4th year she knew immediately that she wanted to pursue full-spectrum family medicine and that St. E’s was the best place to do that because the faculty, staff, and residents were friendly, open, and passionate about family medicine. Amanda’s specific interests within family medicine are preventive health and maternal and child health - combining her passions for medicine and public health. Outside of medicine she enjoys spending time outside with her husband, 2 children, and rescue dog (Maddie). She loves pinteresting new recipes and finding new hiking trails to explore in the tri-state area! Nathan Gordon, MD Dr. Nathan Gordon is originally from Aurora, Colorado. He attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah where he completed a Bachelor of Science in chemistry along with minors in Spanish and mathematics. He then completed a Master of Science in physiology at BYU before attending medical school at the University of Cincinnati. Nathan selected St. Elizabeth after having wonderful experiences with outstanding faculty and witnessing the camaraderie among the residents. He anticipates training at this unique, unopposed program while exploring his medical interests as a full spectrum provider. In his free time, Nathan enjoys spending time with his wonderful wife, Brooke, and their three children Emerie, Lucas, and Marcus. As a family they enjoy traveling and exploring the outdoors. Mfowethu Langeni, DO Dr. Mfowethu “Fo” Langeni, a first generation American, is the son of South African parents. Dr. Langeni grew up in East Lansing, Michigan. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University and furthered his studies with a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University. After establishing a ten-year career as a mechanical engineer, Dr. Langeni opted to pursue his passion for medicine. He completed his medical training in Pikeville, Kentucky at the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Langeni chose St. Elizabeth for a variety of reasons, including the stellar reputation of their residency program, the family friendly nature of the area, and his familiarity with and ties to the region. Dr Langeni is especially interested in Obstetrics and the residency program at St. Elizabeth allows him the flexibility to further hone his expertise in all that falls under the scope of Family Medicine. In his free time, Dr. Langeni enjoys spending time with his wife, Jenna and their two daughters, Quinn and Hazel. In addition to cooking, spending time outdoors and reading, he is an avid sports fan, and particularly invested in the success of his alma mater, Michigan State University athletics. Danielle Myers, DO Dr. Danielle Myers grew up in Falmouth, Kentucky. She earned her bachelor’s degree in biomedical science at Morehead State University. She then attended Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine in Pikeville Kentucky for her medical training. Danielle chose St. Elizabeth because of the outstanding faculty and comradery of the residents. She has a strong interest in Women’s Health and Pediatrics. She hopes to pursue a career caring for underserved populations. In her free time, Danielle enjoys camping, volleyball, and playing cards. She also enjoys spending time with her family and dog, Buddy. Kodie Stone, MD Dr. Kodie Stone was born in Glasgow, Kentucky. She attended Western Kentucky University for her undergraduate studies where she double majored in biology and chemistry and minored in history. She then went on to attend medical school at the University of Kentucky. Kodie chose St. Elizabeth for her residency training for a variety of reasons, and being a Kentucky native, she desired to continue her training in the Bluegrass state. She was also impressed by the close-knit familial culture among the faculty and residents, as well as the strong inpatient and procedural training that the unopposed St. Elizabeth residency program had to offer. With a wide range of interests and the desire to pursue a career practicing the full scope of Family Medicine, she knew that St. Elizabeth would be the perfect fit. In her free time, Kodie enjoys spoiling her two fur babies, movies, and being outdoors. She also enjoys pursuing her interest in history with leisure reading, as well as collecting antique medical texts via antiquing and thrift store shopping. Shelly Tat, DO Dr. Shelly Tat grew up in Alhambra, California. She earned her bachelor of science degree in biology from the University of California Los Angeles and attended medical school at A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine Arizona. Shelly chose St. Elizabeth because of how well-rounded the residents are, the commitment the faculty and staff have to the residency program, and the family atmosphere. She is dedicated to working with underserved populations. She also hopes to enhance her osteopathic manipulation skills throughout her residency and career. Shelly enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cooking, trying new restaurants, being outdoors, gardening, and playing with her cat Petal.