Pamela Anderson, DO

Caldwell RTT

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences
Current Job: Evergreen Family Medicine in Roseburg, Oregon

Ashley Carvalho, MD

Caldwell RTT Program

Medical School: Queen’s University Belfast
Current Job: HIV & Viral Hepatitis Fellowship at Full Circle Health in Boise, Idaho

Trent DeLong, DO

Prior to medical school, Trent obtained both undergraduate and graduate degrees in the arts and humanities. He worked professionally in music for several years, traveling to dozens of countries and nearly every U.S. state. Following a health crisis with his father, Trent was inspired by Dr. Marcus Williams, a cardiothoracic surgeon so much so that he embarked on a path to pursue a career in medicine. 

Trent competed his medical degree at Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine. While in medical school, he found himself drawn to family medicine due to the ability to practice as a full-scope physician. 

His professional interests include gastrointestinal health as well as endoscopy and endoscopic procedures, inpatient and emergency medicine, POCUS, surgical and inpatient-procedures and more. When not fulfilling clinical responsibilities, Trent enjoys spending time with family, exploring the outdoors, community service, medical missions, traveling, aviation, and golf. 

“I am truly honored to be part of Full Circle Health‘s Family Medicine Residency of Idaho. I am blessed to work with such an amazing team of residents, attendings, faculty and staff. Our residency program is truly outstanding and provides the environment, space, and training necessary to practice as a full-scope family medicine physician.” – Trent

Stephen Richardson, DO

Caldwell RTT Program

Medical School: Western University of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
Current Job: Legacy Medical Group Family Wellness in Vancouver, Washington

Ammon Roberts, DO

Caldwell RTT Program

Medical School: Pacific Northwest University
Current Job: Primary Health Medical Group in Meridian, Idaho

Tracy Adams, DO

Caldwell RTT Program

When not busy with patients, Tracy enjoys reading action and thriller novels, browsing used book stores, making gourmet budget meals, working out, listening to audiobooks, attending comic conventions, doing yoga, bike riding, and hiking.

Dannica Ballard, DO

Caldwell Program

Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences

Dr. Dannica Ballard was raised on a cattle and timber ranch in northwestern Oregon. She grew up riding horses, stacking firewood, working cattle, running equipment during haying season, and showing an array of animals in 4-H. Her upbringing fueled her curiosity of living systems and later inspired her passion for serving others through rural medicine.

Dannica has had the dream of becoming a physician since she was 16 years old. She attended undergrad at George Fox University in Newberg, OR and studied biology while pursuing the pre-med route. After college, she spent several years working at a retirement facility as a caregiver and eventually a Resident Care Manager. She gained valuable experience in healthcare management, as well as hospice care and developed a deep appreciation for caring for the elderly.

Fun photo of Dannica Ballard

She met her husband Kyle during this time and they married the summer prior to her beginning medical school at Pacific Northwest University in Yakima, WA. They spent the first two years of Dannica’s medical school education in Yakima before moving to the Treasure Valley to complete the clinical portion of her training. She and her husband bought a now 110 year old home in Nampa, ID and have since gotten very attached to their humble abode and living in Idaho. They have especially been grateful to trade in all the rain from northwestern Oregon for all the sunshine that southeastern Idaho has to offer! They are so thankful that Dannica matched into the Full Circle Health Caldwell Residency Program, especially because they get to stay in their beloved home and for Dannica to continue to serve in Caldwell and the surrounding communities with a medical family she has already grown quite fond of through her medical school rotations.

Dannica’s clinical interests include rural medicine, gastrointestinal health, endoscopy, dermatology, mental health, and expanding access to equitable healthcare for marginalized populations. In her free time, Dannica enjoys hiking, running, cake-baking, birding, reading, fixing up their old home, playing with her hamster Hanta, and spending time with her husband and friends.

Matthew Beal, MD

Caldwell RTT Graduate

Med school: University of Colorado School of Medicine
Current job: Outpatient focused family medicine in Loveland, Colorado.

Andrew Harding, DO

Caldwell RTT Program

Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine

Born in Utah, and raised in Twin Falls, ID where most of my family still lives, I grew up the 4th of 5 kids. Growing up in southern Idaho helped me develop a love for the outdoors and adventure, where I was actively participating in scouting and church activities. After serving a 2 year mission for my church in Australia, where I continued to develop a love for travel, outdoors and camping, I attended Arizona State University and played club waterpolo for Mesa, AZ. 

I am a father of 2 wonderful kids, the best pooch, and an avocado tree. I enjoy working out, boating and playing basically any sport out there. 

My love for family medicine stems from the ability to do so much and not be limited by my specialty. I hope to one day further expand my practice by completing a sports medicine or emergency medicine fellowship. 

David Gardner, DO

Caldwell Program

David Gardner was raised in a small rural community in Northern California, the eldest of four kids. His father worked as a firefighter, and from a young age this inspired him to pursue a career in public service. After turning 19, David spent two years in Mexico as a missionary; this is where he first recognized major health disparities in both urban and rural communities and his desire was born to become a medical provider.

A photo of David Gardner and his family standing in front of stringed lights at an outdoor park.

After returning home from Mexico, David met his amazing wife Katie. Both graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho and moved to Arkansas for medical school New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine. Two cute kiddos later, they are ecstatic to return to Idaho to be trained by Full Circle Health‘s Family Medicine Residency of Idaho program.

David chose family medicine because of its broad training and the ability to practice in a limited resourced environment. Caring for patients who may have limited access to specialists is important and a passion of his.

In David’s free time he loves; fishing, hunting, backpacking, playing video games with his brothers, and dabbling in an array of sports. He’s beyond excited to return to Idaho; getting some of the best rural family medicine training this country has to offer.