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, 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, his wife, and young son have made the Olympic Peninsula their permanent home.

Stephanie and family moved from Spokane to Port Angeles in November 2021. Stephanie graduated as a Physician Assistant from the MedEx program through the University of Washington in 2018. She previously worked in family practice and briefly in physiatry. Before coming a PA-C, Stephanie was a Certified Nursing Assistant for 6 years then a Certified Medical assistant for 6 years. During that time she worked in a rural area for a FQHC Clinic and loved the atmosphere and dedication to patient care. This is the reason she is so enthusiastic about working for Jamestown Health. Stephanie is looking forward to learning more about the area and the amazing people the clinic serves. She has been married to her husband Mike for 12 years and have 12 year old twins. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family playing board games, watching movies, baking and going on hikes. She loves to read, write stories and poetry and adopting entirely too many animals.

Ginger is a born and raised Texan, but switched loyalties to the PNW after finishing her education. She received her family nurse practitioner degree from Emory University in Atlanta, GA and completed a residency training program at Sea Mar Community Health in Seattle. She sees patients of all ages, but is particularly passionate about women’s health. Ginger is fluent in Spanish and previously worked with HIV+ populations in Nicaragua as a Peace Corps volunteer. As a member of the Muscogee-Creek Nation, her dream has always been to establish her practice at a tribal clinic. She looks forward to building deep, lasting relationships with her patients and the community. When she’s not wearing her stethoscope, you can find her spending quality time hiking, playing and exploring with her husband and four wonderful kids.