Meet our team
The health care providers at Spokane OBGYN maintain a 50 year commitment to women’s health care. Generations of women have trusted us with their health care. All of our physicians are board certified in OBGYN and our nurse practitioners and physician assistant are experienced in both obstetrical and gynecologic care.
Our commitment to women’s health care extends across the age spectrum from adolescence to menopause. We also maintain a 40 year affiliation with the University of Washington. All of our physicians hold academic appointments in the department of OBGYN at University of Washington
Dominique Grant, M.D.
Kelley M. Mathia, M.D.
Jason M. Reuter, M.D.
Dr. Reuter was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. He attended Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska where he received both his undergraduate and medical degrees.
Returning to Denver, he completed his OB/GYN residency at Saint Joseph Hospital and has been board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology since 2007. Prior to practicing in Spokane, he practiced in southwest Washington for 3 years.
Besides his passion to provide full range OB/GYN care to his patients, his special interests include urogynecology as well as minimally invasive and office based surgery. Additionally, he is a clinical associate professor for the University of Washington School of Medicine.
He and his wife have 2 children and love the diversity of activities in the Pacific Northwest. Dr. Reuter also enjoys running, hiking, food and wine and world travel.
Mark T. Schemmel, M.D.
Dr. Schemmel and his wife are both Spokane natives. He graduated from Carroll College and attended Loyola Medical School in Chicago. He completed his OB/GYN residency at the University of Michigan. He joined the Spokane OBGYN in 1996 and became board certified in 1998. Dr. Schemmel and his wife have raised three children in Spokane, with the oldest in college. He enjoys being involved in his children’s activities, is an avid fisherman, and an outdoorsman.
Dr. Schemmel has a special interest in Robotic surgery as well as being very involved in medical student education since 1996, he is a clinical associate professor for the University of Washington School of Medicine.
William S. Stovall, M.D.
Dr. Stovall is originally from Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 1976 with a degree in Microbiology. He graduated from the Medical College of Georgia in 1980 in the top 10% of his class and was elected to the AOA honor medical society by his professors. He completed his obstetrics and gynecology residency in 1984 at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington.
He served 3 years in Nuremberg , Germany in the US Army. He was in private practice in Tacoma and Atlanta until 2001. He joined Spokane Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2007. He has been board certified in obstetrics and gynecology since 1987. Dr. Stovall’s professional interests are infertility, high risk obstetrics, ultrasound, and advanced laparoscopic surgery.
Dr. Stovall is married with 2 adult children. He enjoys golf, tennis, walking, and watching UT football.
Eric M. Tyler, MD
Dr. Tyler is from a small town in northern Arizona. He graduated from Arizona State University. He then went on to complete both his medical school and residency at the University of Iowa. He is making his home in Spokane with his wife and 5 year old daughter, with one more Tyler girl on the way soon. He is a member of the Army National Guard. He enjoys spending time with his family, as well as participating in various sports and recreational activities.
Dr. Tyler has a broad range of interests including minimally invasive surgery, high risk obstetrics, and office procedures. He is very invested in medical student and resident education. He is looking forward to laying down roots in the Spokane community and having the opportunity to care for the wonderful families that are a part of it.
Amery D. Baker, PA-C
Amery Baker received her Physician Assistant degree from Idaho State University with highest honors. She has received specialized training in gynecologic procedures and surgical first assisting. Before coming to Spokane, Amery worked as a physician assistant in woman health clinics in Seattle, Washington and Idaho Falls, Idaho. She has been a guest lecturer at Physician Assistant Programs and Medical Residency programs.
Amery loves working in women’s health care. She is devoted to her patients and strives for a trusting relationship that allows for the best health outcomes. She also has a commitment to patient education.
Amery is married to her high school sweetheart, Tyler, a family practice doctor here in Spokane. She has four children, who keep her busy and happy. She enjoys reading, playing the piano, photography and being with her family.
Meghan Sahlberg, ARNP
Meghan Sahlberg is a Pacific Northwest native, growing up on the west side of the state in Lynden, Washington. She graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing degree from Whitworth College and Washington State University’s College of Nursing in 2006 and began working as a registered nurse in Bellingham, Washington. Meghan then returned to Spokane to attend WSU’s Master’s in Nursing Program. During her graduate school education, she worked at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and taught as a clinical instructor for WSU. Meghan graduated with her Master’s in Nursing and Family Nurse Practitioner degree in 2012. She is board certified with the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
Meghan is married to her wonderful husband, Luke, with whom they have two boys. She enjoys theater, music, reading, outdoor activities, and spending time with her family.
Shelley L. Northern, ARNP
Shelley Northern is a Washington native. She grew up in the Skagit Valley and moved to the Spokane area in 2003 in an effort to be closer to her extended family. She earned her nursing degree at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD and completed her nurse-practitioner degree in 2008 from the University of Washington. Since becoming a nurse in 1994, Shelley has dedicated her professional life to providing care to women during pregnancy, birth, postpartum, as well as, gynecology, family planning and perimenopausal transitions. In addition to direct patient care, Shelley has also taught undergraduate and graduate nursing students at both Washington State University and Gonzaga University. She has been a guest lecturer at various obstetric nursing conferences in the Pacific Northwest.
Shelley strives to provide supportive and quality care to each and every woman she sees in clinic. She is passionate about women’s health and enjoys the work of guiding her patients through the various phases and challenges life can bring both physically and emotionally.
Shelley and her husband are busy raising three children, including a daughter with special needs. She is a fan of hot yoga, soul spin and time with friends and family in an effort to keep a healthy work life balance. She also enjoys being at the Lake, paddle boarding, and creating delicious food for her family.
Bruce G. Hopkins, M.D.
Robert F. Sestero, M.D.
Marynell Meyer, M.D.