Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics is welcoming new doctors: Dr. Amie Mower, D.O., starts at MGH Olympic Physicians in Shelton next month; Dr. Phillip Matthew Woods, D.P.M., is coming to MGH Family Health, Ankle and Foot Clinic in Shelton in August; and Dr. Michelle Hamilton, D.O., will be practicing at MGH Shelton Family Medicine and Orthopedics in Shelton this September.
Dr. Amie Mower starts July 15 and is accepting new patients now. MGH Olympic Physicians is located at 237 and 221 Professional Way. Dr. Mower is a family medicine physician certified through the American Board of Family Medicine. Mower graduated from Kansas City University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine and spent the last seven years proudly serving the U.S. Army. She enjoys caring for individuals of all ages, but has a special interest in pediatrics, women’s health, behavioral health and caring for individuals and family members associated with uniformed services. Mower believes in patient-centered medical care and delivering high quality evidence-based medicine. She is a mother of five children and enjoys spending time with her family, as well as making time for yoga and hiking.
Dr. Phillip Matthew Woods, who goes by Matt, starts Aug. 1 and is also accepting new patients now. MGH Family Health, Ankle and Foot Clinic is located at 1812 N. 13th Loop Road. Dr. Woods specializes in reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle, cartilage regeneration, and sports medicine. His special interests also include arthroscopy. Woods grew up in Miamisburg, Ohio, and completed his undergraduate studies at The Ohio State University. Following college, Dr. Woods graduated with honors from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine, where he received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. He completed his surgical residency with the Presbyterian St. Luke’s podiatric residency program in Denver, Colorado.
Dr. Michelle Hamilton starts Sept. 3 and is accepting new patients immediately. MGH Shelton Family Medicine and Orthopedics is located at 939 Mt. View Drive, Suite 100. Dr. Hamilton spent a decade working in clinical research and quality improvement and received her training at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri. She completed her family medicine residency at Banner University Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona, where she received additional training in integrative and addiction medicine and later completed her geriatric medicine fellowship. She is passionate about working with families to combine the individual’s personal health philosophy with evidence-informed medicine. Dr. Hamilton’s special interests also include preventive care, long-term care, quality improvement, practice-based research, health information technology and mobile and remote medicine. She is certified with the American Board of Family Medicine and plans to sit for her Geriatric Medicine Certification Exam in November. She is excited to return to the Pacific Northwest.
All clinics are open during the construction of Mason General Hospital’s new Mason Clinic.