Katherine (KK) Logan, MDis a physician originally from Shelburne, Vermont. She received her undergraduate degree in Behavioral Neuroscience at Connecticut College and attended medical school at St. George’s University in Grenada. She recently completed her residency at Tidelands Health in South Carolina. Katherine is board certified in family medicine and is passionate about providing holistic, broad-spectrum care to all her patients. She is particularly interested in diabetes management, women’s health, pediatrics, and integrative medicine. After living out of state for many years, Katherine is excited to be returning home to Vermont to continue her medical career. In her free time, she enjoys swimming, tennis, jigsaw puzzles, and bingeing the latest Netflix hit.
Natalie Antosh, MD grew up in Syracuse, NY. She received her BS in psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park and received her medical degree from SUNY Upstate Medical University. She then completed her residency in family medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Along with providing primary care, she is passionate about providing gender affirming care and LGBTQ+ care, reproductive health, and mental health care. In her free time she enjoys rock climbing, hiking, and cooking.
Deepika Pokhrel, PA-C, was born in Nepal and relocated to Vermont at the age of 13; she has embraced a global perspective on healthcare. Deepika earned her Bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Vermont, where her curiosity for the intricacies of life sciences first flourished. Her commitment to healthcare led her to pursue a Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies at Seton Hill University in Pennsylvania, where she honed her clinical skills and knowledge. Her approach to healthcare is deeply rooted in patient-centered principles, with a strong focus on building trust and rapport with individuals under her care. She thrives on working with a diverse group of patients, valuing each person’s unique needs and perspectives. Outside of the medical setting, Deepika finds joy in exploring the great outdoors through hiking, and she’s an avid traveler, always eager to learn about new cultures and experiences. She cherishes quality time spent with friends and family. She enjoys dancing, especially Nepali and Bollywood dance. Deepika is dedicated to making a positive impact on the health and well-being of her patients, blending her cultural background, education, and genuine care to provide exceptional healthcare.
Kevin Sheasgreen, FNP-BC was born in Framingham, Massachusetts and grew up in North Attleboro, MA. He has BA in philosophy from the University of Massachusetts at Boston which was formative if not remunerative. He worked as a natural gas linesman, school bus driver, carpenter, and then for the National Park Service at Rocky Mountain National Park performing historic restoration before taking his nursing degree at Regis University in Denver, Colorado in 2002. Entering nursing was the best choice he ever made apart from marrying his partner (also a nurse). He obtained his advanced practice degree from the University of Maine, Orono and certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2020. He has a particular interest in how public policy affects health outcomes for the public and his patients. Away from work he reads random books, hikes, skis, visits with friends and family and tries to get outside as much as he can.
Lindsay Arzberger, FNP grew up in Vermont. She received her undergraduate education in nursing at the University of Vermont. After working in the emergency department as a Registered Nurse and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) for seven years, she obtained her Master’s Degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Simmons University in Boston, Massachusetts. Lindsay worked as an FNP in both the emergency department and urgent care for six years prior to coming to CHC after further appreciating the importance of and need for increased access to primary care. Her professional interests include LGBTQ+ care, pediatrics and women’s health. Lindsay’s personal interests include almost any outdoor activity, exercise, reading, attempting to garden and spending time with her family.
Maria Delia Crosby, DNP, AGPCNP-BC is an Adult-Geriatric Nurse Practitioner. She earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of Vermont in 2020. During her time as an RN, Maria Delia contributed to the Interim Buprenorphine Treatment Clinical trial at UVM from 2018 to 2020. Her graduate research delved into Palliative Care within the setting of community assisted living. After her study, she served as a primary care provider at an FQHC in the underserved regions of the Bronx, navigating the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City. An active Institute for Functional Medicine member, Maria Delia achieved her certification in Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice in 2022. She believes in root-cause medicine, emphasizing that the path to recovery from chronic ailments involves not just treatment but also encouraging patients to adopt a holistic lifestyle, personalized nutritional habits, and physical activity. Maria Delia resides in Shelburne, VT with her husband, Nowa, and their two feline companions, Chacha and Gwigwi.
Mia Bailey, MS, RDN, LDN, CSN is CHC’s newest dietitian! She was born and raised in New Hampshire. She attended the University of Vermont, where she completed her BS in Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Science. She then moved to Boston to complete her MS in Nutrition and Health Promotion with a concentration in Sports Nutrition, as well as her dietetic internship, from Simmons University. Throughout her time as a student, she learned about food insecurity, health at every size (HAES), nutrient metabolism and digestion, medical nutrition therapy, and more. Now, she is excited and passionate about helping patients reach their nutrition goals through diet education and counseling. Outside of work, she enjoys weightlifting, snowboarding, traveling, and spending time with her family (and her cat, Nala).
Bryanne (Breezy) Salmonsen PA-C is delighted to be back in Vermont after spending the last 15 years abroad and in the Western US. She grew up in Beverly, Massachusetts and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish and recreation management from UVM. She received her masters in physician assistant studies at UC Davis and then practiced as a PA at Planned Parenthood in Reno, NV. Her professional interests include reproductive health, gender affirming care and refugee and immigrant health. Prior to her career in medicine, she worked on the US/Mexico border advocating for the humane treatment of undocumented immigrants and refugees. She has also guided kayak trips in the San Juan Islands, led educational travel trips in Ecuador, worked at a university in Costa Rica and taught ESL and Spanish in Jackson, Wyoming. Breezy lives in Richmond with her husband, her son and their mastiff named Noodle. In her free time, she loves growing flowers, mountain biking, baking cookies, surfing in warm water and staying in yurts. She is on a lifelong quest to grow dinnerplate dahlias and find the best fried chicken sandwich.