Dr. Logan graduated from the University of Oklahoma medical school in 1978. He accepted the position of chair of the division of neurology at Mercy in 1984 and served as chair of the department of Neuroscience from 1997-2015.
Dr. Fairchild graduated from the University of Cape Town School of Medicine in 1995 and completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Barnes Jewish Hospital in 2001.
Nickole Forget, MD
Dr. Forget received her undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis in 1992, her medical degree from St. Louis University in 1996, and completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Barnes Jewish Hospital in 1999.
Dr. Garland received her medical degree from St. Louis University School of Medicine in 2006, completed her Internship at the University of Maryland and Residency and Chief Resident year at George Washington University in 2009.
Michelle Kempf joined the Internal Medicine Program in 2008 as the Program Coordinator. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from UMSL and her Master’s Degree in Business Management & Leadership from Webster University.
Abdul Rishi, MD, PGY4 Chief Resident
Dr. Rishi received his undergraduate degree from Government College University, Lahore, Pakistan in 2005 and medical degree from King Edward Medical University, Lahore, Pakistan in 2011. He completed his Internal Medicine residency from Mercy Hospital, Saint Louis in 2019.
Pranati Ivaturi, MD
Dr. Ivaturi graduated from Government Medical College, Nagpur, India. She completed her Internal Medicine residency training at Mercy Hospital in 2002. She is now a teaching attending in the Mercy JFK Clinic.
Dr. Sarah Horn graduated from University of Virginia School of Medicine. She then completed her internal medicine residency at Saint Louis University School of Medicine where she also served a year as a Chief Resident. She joined Mercy as an academic hospitalist in July 2018.
Nathan Robertson, MD
Dr. Robertson graduated from Saint Louis University School of Medicine in 2014. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at Saint Louis University in 2017 followed by a year as a chief resident. He joined Mercy in July of 2018 as an academic hospitalist.
Damien Ricklis, MD
Dr. Ricklis earned his medical degree from Tulane School of Medicine in 2006. He trained at LA County + University of Southern California for Internal Medicine residency, after which he stayed on faculty as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine through 2011. He then moved out the Midwest and served as the Hospitalist Medical Director at Carbondale Memorial Hospital for two years before joining Mercy in 2013. Dr. Ricklis is passionate about medical education and joined the Academic Hospitalist group in 2018. He has a strong interest in Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) and is excited about its potential to enhance both patient care and medical education at Mercy.