Each of our faculty brings special strengths and a determination to enrich your residency experience. Our experienced faculty emphasizes the joy and excitement of learning and the acquisition of the skills to be life-long learners. We value teamwork in an atmosphere of support and respect for each other.
- We have six full-time Cleveland Clinic physicians, all appointed with Case Western Reserve University.
- Two of our faculty have research fellowships.
- One of our faculty has OB privileges.
- We also have a full-time behavioral science coordinator and family nurse practitioner, as well as a part-time patient education coordinator.
Sandra M. Snyder, DO, Program Director/Osteopathic Program Director
Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Internship St. John West Shore Hospital. Residency in Family Practice, Fairview General Hospital. Board-certified in Family Medicine, 2003. Board-certified, American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians, 2007. Joined Fairview faculty, 2005. Osteopathic Program Director, 2008. National Institute for Program Director Development Fellowship, 2009-2010. Clinical Assistant Professor, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. Allopathic Program Director, 2012. Sandy's clinical interests include health promotion, chronic disease management and quality improvement. She is married to Kile and they have two sons, Connor and Carter. Sandy enjoys reading, exercise and travel.
Fred M. Jorgensen, MD, Chair/Associate Director/Medical Director
Medical College of Ohio at Toledo. Residency in Family Practice, Fairview General Hospital. Board-certified in Family Medicine, 1985; re-certified 1992, 1999, 2006. Physician Executive Institute I and II, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, 1997, 1998. Joined Fairview faculty, 1986. Chair of Family Medicine at Fairview, 2011. Associate Director/Medical Director, 1989. Associate Clinical Professor, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Fred's special interests include practice management/managed care, EHR speech recognition technology, quality improvement and preventive health services. Fred is married to Sandy and they have two sons, Sean and Andrew. He enjoys golf, travel and home rehab.
Robert B. Kelly, MD, Integrative Medicine & Conference Director
University of Virginia School of Medicine. Residency in Family Practice, Brown University. Board-certified in Family Medicine, 1983; re-certified 1990, 1996, 2003, 2013. Master of Science in Family Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, 1987. Programs including Advanced Program for Chiefs of Clinical Services, Harvard University, 1994, 1996. Medical Acupuncture for Physicians, Helms Medical Institute, UCLS, 2004. Member Fairview faculty 1986 through 1991. Rejoined Fairview faculty 2001. Associate Professor, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Rob's special interests include patient education and health promotion, therapeutic communication, practice-based research, acupuncture, and clinical hypnosis. He serves as the Patient Education Editor for the American Academy of Family Physicians' website www.familydoctor.org, and for many of their other related publications. Rob is also an Assistant Editor for the Journal of Family Medicine. He is married to Judi and they have two sons, Sean and Ryan. Rob is a Scouter and enjoys backpacking, golf and music.
Kelly A. Raj, DO, Associate Program Director & Curriculum Director
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Internship/Residency in Family Medicine at Fairview Hospital/Cleveland Clinic. Board Certified in Family Medicine, 2008. Joined Fairview faculty, 2012. Clinical Assistant Professor, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Kelly's clinical interests include preventive medicine, women's health and pediatrics. She has two children, Giovanna and Ravi. Kelly enjoys family, yoga and travel.
Terri Dalton, MA, IMFT, Behavioral Science Director
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Licensed Independent Marriage and Family Therapist (IMFT), American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Clinical Fellow: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) Behavioral Science/Family Systems Educator Fellow; American Psychological Association Associate Member. Terri's clinical interests include Integration of Behavioral Science in Family Medicine; Narrative Medicine; Wellness of Body-Mind-Spirit and Physician Well-Being + Life/Work Balance. Joined Fairview faculty, 2011. Terri enjoys lots of creative activities from creating jewelry to trying out new recipes. In her free time you'll find her hanging out with friends and family, watching movies, practicing yoga, spending time outdoors and enjoying her old 1906 home in Lakewood.
David A. Eberlein, MD, Ob/Gyn & Medical Student Director
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Residency in Family Practice, Fairview General Hospital. Board-certified in Family Medicine, 1986; re-certified 1993, 2000, 2007. Joined Fairview faculty, 1997. Senior Clinical Instructor, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Dave has special interests in obstetrics, the diagnosis and treatment of chemical dependency and the development and maintenance of nurturing patient-physician relationships. Dave is married to Sandy and they have two daughters, Alana and Amelia. Dave's principle diversions are home repair and remodeling, mechanics and travel.
Cory M. Fisher, DO, Associate Director, Osteopathic Curriculum
Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2004. Traditional Rotating Internship, St. John Westshore Hospital, 2005. Family Medicine Residency, SUMMA-Akron City Hospital, 2007. Board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, 2007. Staff physician, Cleveland Clinic, Department of Family Medicine, 2007. Medical Director, Lakewood Teen Health Center, 2008. Associate Director, Osteopathic Curriculum, Fairview Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, 2012. Dr. Fisher's clinical interests include: disease prevention/health promotion, quality improvement and osteopathic medicine. Dr. Fisher's hobbies include golfing and home improvement projects.
John E. Hanicak, MD
Wright State University School of Medicine 1999. Residency in Family Practice, Fairview General Hospital. Board –certified in Family Medicine 2002; recertified in 2009. Staff physician Cleveland Clinic Department of Family Medicine 2008. Dr. Hanicak’s clinical interests include: pediatrics, sports medicine and procedures. John is married to Esther and they have 2 daughters; Lydia and Natalie and a son, Anthony. John is an avid reader, an off-road and outdoors enthusiast and is interested in running, fishing, mechanics, herpetology and travel.
Gretchen Losey, RN, BA, Program Coordinator
Case Western Reserve University Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing and John Carroll University. Experienced Cleveland Clinic caregiver with a focus on geriatrics, community nursing, hospice, palliative care and oncology. Member, Oncology Nursing Society. Joined Fairview Center For Family Medicine, 2017. Gretchen and her husband, Brian, are the parents of two children, Anna and Henry. Gretchen enjoys cooking, summers on Lake Erie and spending time with her family.
Ann R. Rutt, MSN, CNP, Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Case Western Reserve University. Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. Board-certified in Family Practice, 1998; re-certified 2013. Joined Fairview faculty, 2005. Clinical Instructor, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Ann's special interests include adolescent health, women's health and health promotion. She is married to Richard. Ann enjoys the outdoors, gardening, cooking, travel, and time spent with family and friends.
Rachel Stulock, PharmD
University of Toledo College of Pharmacy. PGY1 Pharmacy Practice residency Cleveland Clinic - Fairview Hospital, Cleveland OH. PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy residency Louis Stokes Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Cleveland OH. Member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Joined Fairview faculty, 2015. Rachel’s clinical interests include transitions of care and chronic disease state management. During her free time, Rachel enjoys traveling, reading, sewing, and crafting.
Carl V. Tyler, MD, CMD, MS, Geriatrics and Research Director
Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine (NEOUCOM). Intern in Psychiatry and Human Behavior, University of California, Irvine. Residency in Family Practice, Fairview General Hospital. Board-certified in Family Practice. Board-certified in Geriatrics. Fellowship with Master of Science in Family Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, concentration in aging and disability. Fellowship in Practice-Based Research Design and Methodology, Case Western Reserve University. CMD (Certified Medical Director in Post-Acute and Long-Term Care). Joined Fairview faculty in 1995. Associate Professor Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University. Carl's clinical and research interests include the primary medical care of adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, practice based research and community based participatory research. Carl and his wife, Maca, have three daughters, Ana, Aleksandra, and Natalija. Carl enjoys deer hunting, ethnic festivals and Byzantine music.