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Diana Green, DO

Dr. Diana Green was born and raised in Idaho as a fourth generation Idahoan. Attending Boise State University, she received her Bachelor of Science in biology with minors in chemistry and German. Dr. Green worked in a pediatric emergency department in Tacoma, Washington for three years. She returned back to Idaho to complete her medical education as a member of the second class at the new Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine. 

A photo of Diana Green and child

Outside of medicine, she loves to play classical piano, sport climb, ski, bake, garden, and learning through books and podcasts. More than anything else, she loves to spend time with her family, friends, and cat. Her nephew in particular has her wrapped around his finger. She also has a small army of fish and cherry shrimp that tolerate her in exchange for food. Additionally, she is excited to welcome her first son of her own.

As someone with deep roots in the Treasure Valley and Idaho as a whole, she is over the moon to be completing her residency training in pediatrics in Boise. Dr. Green looking forward to giving back to the community that has invested so much in her over the years. She loves working with children and their families and is delighted to have the opportunity to partner with families to help create healthier, happier lives for the children of Idaho.

Nate Hannay, DO

A photo of Nate Hannay and wife Shea

Nate grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is the youngest of four children, and the first in his family to go to medical school. Nate grew up playing sports and hanging out with his family and friends. He loves to travel and enjoys photography. He also loves working with his hands and is always looking for a new woodworking or house project. 

After graduating from high school, Nate had the opportunity to live in Argentina for two years as part of a mission trip for his church. This allowed him to become fluent in Spanish, which is a skill that has become incredibly useful for him in his practice. He graduated from Utah Valley University with a degree in Biology, and shortly after moved to Fort Worth, Texas for medical school. 

Nate lives with his wonderful wife, Shea, and together they are expecting their first child in September of 2023. He loves working with children and is beyond excited to finally have one of his own. He also has a big, fluffy golden doodle who loves going for walks and running around outside.  Nate is so excited to be in Boise, and is looking forward to working with, and learning from his colleagues and patients.

Sivani Kuruvada, MD

A photo of Sivani Kuruvada and partner

Dr. Sivani Kuruvada was born in India. When just six months old, she and her family immigrated to Mason, Ohio in the US. She lived there for a decade before moving back to Hyderabad, India. Hyderabad became her home for the next 15 years. It was here where Dr. Kuruvada completed her secondary schooling and went to medical school at the Apollo Institute of Medical Sciences and Research. Hyderabad is also where she met her husband, they were married in December of 2021 in a typical Indian-style week-long wedding celebration. Dr. Kuruvada is multi-lingual and can fluently converse in English, Telugu, Hindi, and Kannada.

Professional Indian Classical Dancer

Sivani is also a professionally trained Indian classical dancer in the South Indian dance form of ‘Kuchipudi’. She has been dancing since she was three years old. Her mother was her first teacher when she lived in the US. After moving back to India, she was under the coaching of renowned teachers Dr’s. Raja and Radha Reddy. She performed at several events around the world and gave her solo debut performance in 2018. Sivani set up her own dance school in 2018 where she taught young children. She also worked closely with an organization called ‘Make a Difference’. They focused on providing equitable outcomes for children in need of care and protection.

Her passion for teaching and working with children coupled with her interest in medicine strengthened her love for Pediatrics. Dr. Kuruvada knew she wanted to be a pediatrician ever since she was young. She has never lived or even visited the Northwest and is very excited to be moving to Boise, Idaho to be a part of the Pediatrics residency program. She is passionate about nature and the outdoors so she is looking forward to exploring Idaho! Apart from this, her interests include writing and singing. She loves traveling and has visited 24 countries so far!

Megan Marstaeller, MD

Dr. Megan Marstaeller was born and raised in the small Montana town of Whitefish. She attended Carroll College in Helena, MT where she received bachelor’s degrees in Chemistry and Philosophy. For medical school, she attended the University of Washington School of Medicine through the WWAMI program. She set out on her medical school journey wanting to be a pediatrician. The experiences of her clinical rotations only strengthened this dedication.

Not only does she enjoy being able to interact with kids at all different developmental stages but she also has a passion for being a resource and advocate for patients and families alike. She is extremely excited to be a resident of PRI and to help kick start the new program. Some of the aspects that drew her to the program include: the unique training opportunities in rural medicine, advocacy training and the knowledgeable and personable staff, as well as the incredible location.

After residency she hopes to practice in a rural setting in the region.  Her favorite activities are basically anything that allows her and her husband to be outdoors. Running, skiing, archery, hiking, camping, and hot springing in undeveloped pools are just a few of her favorites. They are also proud dog parents of a very large rescue pup, Jocko, who participates with them in everything he possibly can but especially enjoys running.