808 North 5th Ave, Sequim, WA 98382

Our Providers



Provider Leadership Team

Paul Cunningham

Chief Medical Officer

Mike Anderson

Lead Advance Care Practitioner

Molly Martin

Deputy Director of
Population Health
Clinical Nursing Manager

Eagle Pod

Jay Berry

Diane Root-Racine

Connie Walker

Bonnie Plocher

Salmon Pod

Allison Unthank

Molly Martin

Don Manuele

Orca Pod

Lisa Wu

David Rodgers

Tracy Young

Candace Byers

Josh Huhndorf

Hummingbird Pod

Mike Crim

Mike Anderson

Pam Payne

Sherry Churchill

Maia Gala

Jerome Oakes

Wolf Pod

Tom Rambow

Dean Short
PA-C Ortho

Behavioral Health

Lloyd Hannemann

Behavioral Health Counselor

Terry Fouts

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Dr. Cunningham joined JFCH in 2003, after completing his Family Medicine residency and Geriatric Fellowship at Swedish Medical Center, Seattle.  He has provided care to patients of all ages, with a focus on older adults.    Dr. Cunningham is board certified in Family Medicine, Geriatrics, and Hospice/Palliative Care.  In June 2019, Dr. Cunningham joined the JFHC leadership team as the Chief Medical Officer.  Dr. Cunningham is proud of the caring culture and commitment to excellence that all the staff and providers at JFHC strive to achieve every day.  Dr. Cunningham grew up in New Jersey, the youngest in a family of eight, and upon high school graduation,  enlisted in the United States Navy and trained as a Nuclear Power Program Electrician’s Mate. He served six years in the Navy, including four years onboard the USS Truxtun, CGN-35.    Upon landing in the PNW following his USN enlistment, Dr. Cunningham completed his BA in  Comparative Literature at the University of Washington and completed his MD at the University of Washington School of Medicine.  Dr. Cunningham enjoys spending time with his family, hiking, running, biking, walking his dogs, petting his cats,   and enjoying the beauty of the Olympic Peninsula.    Dr. Cunningham is pleased that you have chosen to entrust JFHC for your health care needs.

Michael graduated from the University of Washington physician assistant program (Medex) and joins us from Ellensburg with a special interest in adult and geriatric medicine. He is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in Eagle Butte, SD.  In his spare time, he likes to take his two dogs on long walks and explore the area.

Molly comes to us from Providence Internal Medicine in Lacey and Madigan Army Medical Center.  She is particularly interested in Chronic Disease Management, geriatric care, wellness, and healthy aging.  Molly enjoys hiking, kayaking and spending time with her husband and two dogs.

Dr. Berry received his undergraduate training at Loma Linda University followed by a residency in Family Medicine at Florida Hospital in Orlando, where he served as chief resident in his last year.  He has enjoyed practicing in Sequim for the last 35 years.  He and his family enjoy hiking and snow-skiing.

Diane received her master's degree in 1995 from the University of Washington.  She is a certified Gerontological and Family Nurse Practitioner.  She has worked at  JFHC since 2007.  She has been a clinical instructor at the University of Washington since 2001 and is involved in mentoring graduating NP students.  She enjoys spending time with family, photography, quilting, gardening, writing poetry, reading, hiking, and genealogy.

Connie received her undergraduate degree from Montana State University in 1992 and her Physician Assistant degree in 1999 from Rocky Mountain College in Montana. She moved to Port Angeles in 2000 and has been working as a primary care PA ever since. She enjoys all aspects of primary care and works hard to try and put the patients’ needs first. In her spare time, she has raised 4 children, has been married to her husband Matt for 26 years and loves to hike, bike and just generally enjoy the outdoors.

Bonnie has been a nurse for over 30 years and a Family Nurse Practitioner since 2008.  She graduated from the University of Missouri, St Louis.  Bonnie prides herself on her compassion and listening skills with the goal to treat every patient with dignity and respect.  Spine care is her specialty.  In her spare time, Bonnie enjoys spending time with her family and her German Sheppard  Nan-nook and Husky Sky.  She also loves hiking, kayaking, fishing, reading, and canning.

Dr. Unthank joins us from the University of Washington Family Medicine Residency.  Before that, she studied at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, where she earned her medical doctorate as well as a master's in public health.  She is particularly interested in underserved care, women's health, and addiction medicine.  When she is not working, she likes to run with her dog Yogi, hike with her husband Edward, and go crabbing with both of them.

Molly comes to us from Providence Internal Medicine in Lacey and Madigan Army Medical Center.  She is particularly interested in Chronic Disease Management, geriatric care, wellness, and healthy aging.  Molly enjoys hiking, kayaking and spending time with her husband and two dogs.

Dr. Manuele came to us after  25 years of private practice here in Sequim.  He sought a position at JFHC after hearing of our positive patient satisfaction, which is a high priority for him.  Dr. Manuele is an osteopath with an interest in painful conditions of the musculoskeletal system; however, he likes being a family practice "generalist" and likes the challenges of dealing with a wide variety of medical problems. He loves to read and likes to explore and attempts to expand the capabilities of computers. Dr. Manuele enjoys hiking and the outdoors. He has lots of interests and, if anything, too many "hobbies."

Board Certified Family Physician who graduated from  Tulane University School of Medicine in 2005 and also holds a degree in Tropical medicine.  She returns to the Pacific Northwest to be closer to family after having lived in New Orleans, Hawaii, and American Samoa.  When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her young family.

Comes to us from the Detroit area, teaching at Beaumont Health, Troy Family Medicine Residency for the past 21 years, and teaching at a residency in Pontiac Michigan for the previous 7 years.  Before that was residency in Southfield, Michigan.  He loves all aspects of Family Medicine, including treating kids and seniors.  He enjoys Sports Medicine and especially enjoys all types of procedures, including dermatology, injections, and casting/splinting.   Dr. Rodgers and his wife are enjoying all the exciting towns, sites, and festivals in the Pacific Northwest. They enjoy hiking and running, road biking, performing music (vocal and brass) and are glad to call Sequim home.

Tracy is an Idaho native but loves the PNW! She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Boise State University, her Master’s from Gonzaga where she completed her family nurse practitioner program.

Before moving to Sequim, specialized in gastrointestinal disorders and liver disease for 13 years. In her free time, she and her husband have been enjoying the Olympic Peninsula hiking, biking and riding their motorcycle. They also love to travel and spend time with their kids and friends.


Candace graduated from the Primary Care Associate Program at Stanford Medical Center in 1988 and earned her MPAS from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2005. She chose JFHC due to her focus on geriatrics. At Jamestown, she serves as a primary care provider for adults and provides same-day episodic care for all ages over two months.  Candace’s non-medical interests include writing fiction, day hiking, astronomy, dancing, knitting and learning new things.

Dr. Huhndorf is an Alaska Native (Athabascan/Yup'ik) from rural southcentral Alaska. He grew up commercial fishing which put him through college. He specializes in Family Medicine with Obstetrics, and graduated from the Family Medicine with Obstetrics residency program at UW Valley Medical Center in Renton, Washington where he delivered 77 babies! His clinical interests include pediatrics (including circumcisions), dermatology, addiction medicine, contraception management including IUD and Nexplanon placement, joint injections, and many more office-based procedures including in-grown toenail treatment. Dr. Huhndorf enjoys the full spectrum of care afforded by Family Medicine, especially in rural areas. He is originally from Nikiski, Alaska and enjoys sailing, flying, mountain biking, snowboarding, and enjoying time with family and the cabin he built in Alaska for 1-2 weeks per year in his free time. He and his fiancé' have made the Olympic Peninsula their permanent home.

Dr. Crim moved to Sequim in 1988 and has worked for Jamestown Family Health Clinic since its beginning.  He graduated from the University of Washington and is board certified in Family Medicine.  He is married to Lorrie Crim and enjoys spending time with her.

Michael graduated from the University of Washington physician assistant program (Medex) and joins us from Ellensburg with a special interest in adult and geriatric medicine. He is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in Eagle Butte, SD.  In his spare time, he likes to take his two dogs on long walks and explore the area.

Pamela received her Master of Science in Nursing degree at West Texas A&M University in 1997.  She is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner.  As a Nurse Practitioner she has worked in Family Practice, Cardiology and as a lecturer at the University of Wyoming FNP program.  She enjoys precepting FNP students.  As a Registered nurse, she worked in a Coronary Care Unit and home health.  Her practice is focused on primary care for all ages, with an emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention.  She also provides care for acute and chronic disease processes.  In her spare time, she enjoys running and participating in various local road races.  She and her husband enjoy the PNW and spending time with their college-age twins when time allows!

Sherry is originally from Springfield, Illinois.  She graduated from the ARNP program at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois.  Sherry is particularly interested in pediatrics and looks forward to helping our community in that area.  Sherry is passionate about helping our patients with wound care and is currently becoming certified in wound care. In her spare time, she and her husband enjoy hiking, beachcombing, and car shows.

Maia has been working as a PA-C in primary care in this community for over 8 years. She received a master's degree in medicine from the University of New England. She chose this organization because she's committed to providing quality, compassionate care and believes Jamestown exhibits those values.

When she's not at work she's playing on her mini farm with her alpacas, ducks, husband and young son.

"Jerry is a Port Angeles native graduating from PAHS and the U of W. After schooling Jerry returned to Port Angeles in 2005 and worked for OMP over the last 15 years. Putting the patient first while providing quality evidence based primary care is his goal. He's joining JFHC because of the friendly staff and focus on Primary Care which he sees as the most challenging but also most important and most rewarding specialty in medicine. Outside of work Jerry enjoys spending time with his family in the outdoors or taking in a show arranged by his wife Kayla who is the director for JFFA. If you have questions about skiing or snowboarding at Hurricane Ridge Jerry is active in running the lifts during the winter months."

Tom primarily treats chronic pain at Jamestown.  He graduated from the Physician Assistant Program at the University of Utah in 1998.  Tom spent some time in family practice and emergency medicine, but has dedicated the majority of his career to the treatment of acute and chronic pain.


Dean joined Jamestown to provide care for patients with musculoskeletal problems, joint pain, and sports injuries.  Dean has been in practice for 20 years, mostly in orthopedics but he also spent 2 years doing rheumatology and one-year doing nonsurgical spine care.  He spent the last 6 years working at the OMC ortho clinic.  He is from England originally, moving to the US in 1986.  Dean has lived in Michigan, Kentucky, and Alabama prior to moving to Washington in 2006.  Outside of work Dean spends most of his time with his family, his wife and two children.  Dean’s wife is a veterinarian.   Recreationally he is an avid soccer player and coach and enjoys working in the woods on his property.

Lloyd first came to Sequim in 1995 and opened a psychotherapy practice. He also taught psychology at Peninsula College. After living in France and then Russia, Lloyd returned to Washington in 2007.  Lloyd worked as a Designated Mental Health Professional (DMHP) at Peninsula Behavioral Health prior to joining JFHC in 2014. He received a BA in Russian from California State University and an MA in Marriage Family Therapy from Phillips Graduate University in Los Angeles, CA.


Terry graduated with his Masters of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis.  He has worked as  a mental health clinician and substance abuse counselor for 26 years.  He came to the area from Alaska where he was the Clinical Director for a children’s mental health program.  He and his wife Vickie spend most of their time with their family.