Robert Alston, M.D.
Dr. Robert Alston was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. He graduated with an honors degree in chemistry at the University of Washington. He received his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine and completed his three-year residency at the University of Washington Family Practice Residency Program. Dr. Alston is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Family Practice and was re-certified in 1983,1989,1995,2002, and 2009.
Dr. Alston has practiced at Summit View Clinic since 1977. He has a special interest in diabetes care. He has active staff privileges at Good Samaritan Hospital. His volunteer activities include prior service on the Board of Directors at Good Samaritan Hospital, as well as the Board of Directors for the Washington State American Diabetes Association, and the State Advisory Council for the Diabetes Control Program. He has been married for 43 years and has four grown children, all boys (three married) and two grand kids. One son is in medical school at the University of Washington. When not practicing medicine, he likes to bike ride, read, fly fish, tie flies and enjoy his wife's gourmet meals.
Warren Miller, M.D.
Dr. Warren Miller did his pre-med studies at Milligan College in Tennessee and received his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine in 1976. He completed a three-year family practice residency at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis before beginning his practice at Summit View Clinic in 1979. He maintains professional certification by the American Board of Family Medicine. Dr. Miller's special medical interest areas are cardiology, including cardiac stress testing and missionary/travel medicine. He serves as a medical consultant to Christian Missionary Fellowship and devotes time and support to foreign mission work. When not practicing medicine, Dr. Miller enjoys playing the trumpet, hiking, bicycling, canoeing, photography, and travel. He and his wife, Anne, have been married since 1972 and have two grown children and two grandchildren.
Stephen Egge, M.D.
Dr. Stephen Egge received his undergraduate degree in cellular and molecular biology from the University of Washington. He continued his studies and graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine. At Scottsdale Memorial Hospital, in Arizona, he completed a three-year family practice residency and served as the Chief Resident in his final year. He returned to the Northwest and came to Summit View Clinic in 1981. He became a Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine in 1981 and re-certified in 1988, 1996, 2002, and 2009. He has a special interest in cardiovascular stress testing. Dr. Egge has been married for more than 30 years and has three children. He volunteers his time and support to Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos. When not practicing medicine, Dr. Egge likes to spend time with his family and enjoys the outdoors especially if it involves fly-fishing and fly tying. He also spends time pursuing the perfect cup of coffee by roasting his own coffee beans.
C. Kevin Bulley, M.D.
Dr. C. Kevin Bulley is a lifelong resident of Western Washington. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Washington. Initially trained in anesthesiology at Virginia Mason Medical Center, he practiced in this specialty for eight years at Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup. He was a published author in Anesthesia and Analgesia in 1987. He subsequently completed a second residency in family medicine at Tacoma Family Medicine and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine. He joined Summit View Clinic in 1998 and has a special interest in cardiac testing and preventative care. Dr. Bulley is married and has two children. When not practicing medicine, Dr. Bulley enjoys the outdoors, hiking and fishing.
Holli Banister, M.D.
Dr. Holli Banister is a Washington native, being born and raised in the greater Seattle area. She graduated with Honors from Washington State University in Microbiology. She received her medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia. She returned home to the Pacific Northwest to complete her family practice residency at St. Peter's in Olympia, Washington. Her special interests include taking care of children and preventative medicine. When time permits, Dr. Banister enjoys an active and outdoor lifestyle of hiking, traveling and scuba diving with her husband.
John Dinh, M.D.
Dr. Dinh, originally from Utah, went to college in Chicago and subsequently completed medical school at Rush University. He did graduate studies at the University of California at San Francisco before deciding he wanted to do clinical medicine. He completed a residency in Family Medicine at Grand Rapids, Michigan. Promoting health awareness and preventive care are his passions. He coordinated FitKids for 2 years, giving children tips and experience with exercise and healthy eating habits. He is married and devoted to his wife and they both love the outdoors, the rain, waterfalls, and eating Vietnamese food.
Linh Huynh, MD
After completing her residency training with the University of Buffalo,
New York, in 1996, Dr. Huynh has made the Pacific Northwest her home.
She is board certified in Family Medicine with an extensive background
in women's health, pediatrics, and preventative/evidenced-based medicine.
She strongly believes in building and nurturing relationships founded in trust,
respect, and mutual understanding with her patients. Dr. Huynh travels
around the globe and reads whatever novels she can get her hands on
in her spare time. She is outnumbered at home by her husband, 2 sons
and a male Cairn Terrier.
Courtney Albert, ARNP
Courtney earned her nursing degree from the University of Southern Maine. She worked as a critical care nurse at Tacoma General before returning to school to earn her Advanced Practice degree from Pacific Lutheran University. Certified as a diabetes educator, she has been helping people manage their diabetes and associated conditions in Puyallup and is looking forward to using her skills in primary care. Courtney really enjoys educating and encouraging people to be as physically healthy as they can be. Her "other job" is trying to civilize three active sons. She loves to read and spend time outdoors backpacking.
Krissa Orlowski, PA-C
Krissa grew up in Puyallup, Washington. After serving three years of active duty in the Army as a combat medic, she finished her undergraduate schooling. She graduated with honors and a degree in psychology from the University of Maryland. She then obtained her Master's degree in health education, from TUI University, while serving in the Army Reserve as a medic instructor for two years. She has now graduated from the University of Washington MEDEX program as a Physician Assistant, and earned a second Master's degree. Her volunteer activities include annual fundraising for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Societies, and training as a Red Cross instructor. She also teaches part-time at the University of Washington PA program, Tacoma campus. Krissa has been happily married for 10 years and enjoys travel, snowboarding and spending time with her family.
Benjamin Cichon, PA-C
Ben grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan. After earning his undergraduate degree
at the University of Michigan, he served 4 years as a Marine Corps Officer.
After moving to Washington State, he became an EMT and worked at a
private ambulance company for a few years. He then transitioned to working
at the VA Puget Sound Wound Clinic. He has now graduated from the
University of Washington MEDEX program, earning his Master's degree.
He has been married for 11 years and has two daughters. He enjoys
gardening and spending time with his family.
Sue McReynolds, RD
Sue completed her undergraduate training from Oregon State University in 1983, followed by a dietetic internship at Georgia Baptist Medical Center in Atlanta, Georgia. She began her career teaching nutrition and weight loss classes for a wellness program and then worked as a clinical dietitian for the hospital. Since 1991 she was in private practice in Puyallup providing a wide range of nutrition counseling services. Her special interest in diabetes led her to become a Certified Diabetes Educator and insulin pump trainer. Sue currently splits her time between Summit View Clinic and the Diabetes Care Center at Madigan Army Medical Center counseling people in healthy nutrition and diabetes self-management training.
Sue lives with her husband, Dan, in Puyallup, Washington. She enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, traveling and of course cooking and finding new recipes. She has combined her love for travel and nutrition education by participating in medical mission trips to South America.