Bruce Milliman, ND | "I’ve been practicing naturopathic medicine since 1982. In addition to my practice, I am a passionate patient advocate, helping people gain access to third party reimbursement, as well as reimbursement equity for naturopathic physicians. I have co-authored several articles on naturopathic medical practice in the areas of practice characteristics, medical co-management, and Hepatitis C."
Dr. Tilli Williams, ND has more than 35 years of experience in health, wellness and community outreach. Known as “Dr. Tilli”, she has been treating patients for a variety of illnesses using natural medicine treatment protocols. Currently, she is the Founder and Executive Director of DC Wellness Institute (DCWI). At DCWI, she offers a holistic approach in the development, implementation and management of wellness programs. Dr. Tilli is a health and wellness coach, consultant and naturopathic physician. Dr. Tilli designs programs to address unique client, patient, and community needs. The programs provide solutions that increase health literacy, healthy behaviors and patient compliance. She creates a team of experts that reflects the community and addresses the unique needs of each project. Programs and services include: Wellness Coaching, Education and Training, Faith and Community-Based Initiatives, Patient Navigation, Community Outreach, Lifestyle and Nutritional Counseling, Mindfulness, Meditation and Stress Reduction, Patient, Client and Employee Training
Dr. Jared Zeff, ND, LAc | Dr. Jared Zeff is a licensed doctor of naturopathic medicine and a licensed acupuncturist. In addition to maintaining a private practice, Dr. Jared Zeff currently teaches at the Bastyr University, College of Naturopathic Medicine in Seattle. Dr. Zeff is considered a traditionalist, practicing a classical form of naturopathic medicine. He began a private practice in McMinnville, Oregon, based around obstetrics and family medicine. In 1993 he moved his practice to the Portland area, and in 2001 moved to Vancouver. He currently works primarily with chronic disease.
Louise Edwards, ND, LAc | Dr. Edwards hails from a generation that began a "back to earth" movement. Deciding she wanted to help transform adverse influences in ecology that resulted in adverse effects on human health, she realized that the field of natural medicine would allow her to do both. In 1988, she took the very first NPLEX exams. She was present at the first meeting of the AANP and served on the board during the mid'90s as a legislative chair when very few states had licensure laws for naturopathic physicians. Dr. Edwards was also a part of a team involved in political efforts that resulted in a big jump in the number of licensed states in the '90s.
Raymond Diaz, ND | "I’ve been seeking the truth for as long as I’ve been conscious of awareness. It seems such a paradox that the more of a nobody I am, and don’t know, the more functional and useful and loving a being I have become, and true self-esteem blossoms. “I’m a Cuban man” is one of the stories. Son, brother, father, doctor, group leader, spiritual counselor, minister, recovering addict, divorced, remarried, stepfather, mentor, friend, disabled, faced death, sat with many who have died, singer, athlete. All stories, all useful, and all in the way. All grist for the engines of acceptance, surrender, and letting go. The present moment rises to be what it is."
Jeana Kimball, ND, MPH | Dr. Kimball trusts and uses the healing power of nature to help her patients find balance, get healthier and live life to its fullest. She believes relationships are central to healing processes. Believing that doctors should know how to deliver babies and desiring to learn the skills, she pursued a midwifery degree (LM, Bastyr, 1991). She travelled around the world after graduation from Bastyr, living and doing births in southern Texas, India, Holland and England. She soaked up different cultures while circumnavigating the globe.
John Hibbs, ND | Dr. Hibbs practices family medicine (the care of infants, children, adults and elders) with 20 years of experience and expertise in environmental illness and detoxification of heavy metals and chemicals, endocrine (hormonal) disorders, gynecology and menopause, men's health (including prostate cancer), allergies, food allergies, digestive problems, alternative therapies for cancer, and viral hepatitis B and C. Dr. Hibbs believes that following the principles of naturopathic medicine (respect for the body's ability to heal itself and the healing powers of nature) combined with cooperation and coordination of all the patient's health care providers will bring about the best possible individual care. He uses nutrition, plant medicine, and diet and lifestyle modification in his practice and believes that good food, sleep, exercise and a strong purpose in life are essential for health and happiness.