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Advanced Practitioners


Kelly Bonneville, MHS, PA-C

Lead Advanced Practitioner

Physician Assistant School: Drexel University 


Area(s) of Interest: surgical critical care medicine

"Leo Buscaglia said it best. “Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.” I am grateful for the confidence and trust my patients place in me. My goal is to approach each day with compassion, gratitude and commitment to provide the best care for my patients and their families."

Jessi Eno-Jones, MSN, CRNP

Nurse Practitioner Program: The Pennsylvania State University

Area(s) of Interest: surgery and critical care medicine in trauma

"The trust that is placed upon you when working in medicine is a great honor. To want to start in medicine you have to have a caring heart and a compassion for others. Through education and experience, you learn to treat and help heal individuals. I am grateful for the opportunities that I have had to learn and grow through my experience and education. I remind myself everyday that I come to work that I have a chance of impacting the life of another person and treat them with the kindness everyone deserves."

Emily Gamble, PA-C

Physician Assistant School: Lock Haven University

Area(s) of Interest: Trauma & acute care surgery

Daria Indeck, MHS, PA-C

Physician Assistant School:
 Lock Haven University


Area(s) of Interest: concussions and mild traumatic brain injury

"I have always wanted to help people, this job has enabled me to accomplish that through the patients I encounter, their families and within the community. I am very grateful for the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life."


Christopher S. Lohr, MSN, CRNP

Nurse Practitioner Program: Millersville University, Millersville, PA

Area(s) of Interest: damage control resuscitation and critical care medicine

"Each and every day I hope to impact my patients in a positive manner. Whether it is my immediate action in the trauma bay, the care prescribed at the bedside or the counsel given upon discharge, I hope to make a lasting impact on the lives of my patients."

Jo Ann Miller, MSN, CRNP, CCRN, TCRN

Nurse Practitioner Program: Millersville University

"Caring for the sick and injured takes intelligence, skill and a caring heart. When patients and their loved ones are faced with an unexpected injury or illness, sometimes a kind word, help with a small task, a smile or lending a listening ear helps them make it through the day. In addition to all the available medical advances and technology in today’s world, we have to remember that the smallest gestures can make the biggest difference."

Loretta Rock, MSN, CRNP, CCRN

Nurse Practitioner Program:
University of Pennsylvania


Area(s) of Interest: critical care medicine


"As a nurse practitioner on the trauma service, I have the opportunity to care for patients in their most vulnerable moments. The work can be complex, intense and chaotic at times, but it is always rewarding to be a part of the process as patients move toward recovery of their well-being. The resiliency of the human body and spirit never fail to amaze me."

Ian Sale, PA-C

Physician Assistant School:
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Graduated from Trauma and Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Program at St. Luke’s Hospital


Area(s) of Interest: critical care medicine


"Treat every patient who comes through that door the same, whether he is the President of the United States or the local street pharmacist" - Nathaniel McQuay, MD

Christina (Broomell) Sollerer, PA-C, MSPAS

Physician Assistant School: DeSales University


Area(s) of Interest: trauma/critical care

"As a medical provider, it is my responsibility to provide the best medical care possible to my patients physically, emotionally and mentally. I am honored to be part of a team that strives to continuously improve themselves in providing the best forms of medical treatment as well as constant empathy for patients who are in the most critical hour of their lives. The trauma team here best exemplifies the words of Hippocrates in that "Where there is a Love of Medicine, there is also a Love of Humanity"."

Ryan Ward, CRNP

Physician Assistant School:
The Pennsylvania State University 

Area(s) of Interest: Trauma and acute care surgery, critical care medicine, orthopaedic trauma

Larissa D. Whitney, PA-C

Physician Assistant School:
Pennsylvania College of Technology 

Area(s) of Interest: critical care, trauma, palliative care, and addiction medicine 

Laura Yoder, MSN, CRNP

Nurse Practitioner Program:
Widener University


Area(s) of Interest: emergency medicine, forensic medicine


"I have been on the receiving end of that phone call when your child has been injured and ill.  The feeling I had when hearing that your child has been in an accident and has been taken to the hospital is indescribable. I remember the physician taking care of my son pulling me aside, “Don’t worry, I have five kids and I will take care of him like he is one of my own”. And he did. This is what I hope to bring to all the patients on the trauma service, to take care of each patient as if they were one of my own family members."

Ashley Zalewski, PA-C

Physician Assistant School:
St. Francis University


Area(s) of Interest: coagulation disorders in trauma


”I find working with trauma patients a rewarding experience because I am able to help at a time when he or she may be having a life-changing event.  There is no greater feeling than receiving a thank you from a patient that struggled through a long and complicated hospital course and has since fully recovered.”


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