Kimberly Boyer, NP

Kimberly Boyer, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Cynthia Brown, NP

Cynthia Brown, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Cynthia Brown DNP, FNP-BC, is a Nurse Practitioner with the Division of Hospital Medicine at Washington University St. Louis School of Medicine. She works primarily at The Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis (TRISL) providing Internal Medicine consults for the Washington University St. Louis Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation teams with goals of improving medical care, preventing errors, addressing acute medical issues and preventing Acute Care Transfers.

Melissa  Bunfill, NP

Melissa Bunfill, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Lauren Elliott, NP

Lauren Elliott, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Lauren Elliott, DNP, is a Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her BSN at Goldfarb School of Nursing in St. Louis, Missouri. She started her nursing career in acute care medicine at BJH in 2015. She received her Doctorate in Nursing Practice at University of Missouri St. Louis (UMSL). She joined the Division of Hospital Medicine at Washington University as an NP in 2023.

Lisa M. Gill, DNP, ANP

Lisa M. Gill, DNP, ANP

Nurse Practitioner

Lisa M. Gill, DNP, ANP, is an accomplished healthcare professional with a strong educational background. She holds a BSN from the University of Missouri-Columbia (1993), an MSN from Barnes-Jewish College of Nursing (2000), and a Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of Missouri-Kansas City (2017). She has served as a DNP and ANP for Washington University/ Barnes-Jewish Hospital for 31 years. Lisa's career philosophy centers on providing holistic care that meets the physical and emotional needs of patients, treating each individual with dignity. She is certified by the American Nursing Credentialing Center and licensed by the Missouri Board of Nursing. With expertise in nursing care for congestive heart failure patients, Lisa has presented her work at conferences, including "The Congestive Heart Failure Nurse Development Project" (2016) and "Improving Non-Cardiac Nurses' Knowledge and Comfort Level in Congestive Heart Failure Patient Care" (2017).

Overall, Lisa M. Gill is dedicated to delivering excellent healthcare, prioritizing patient well-being and demonstrating compassion in her work.

Anna  Haceaturean, PA

Anna Haceaturean, PA

Physician Assistant

Bryant  Kiliman, NP

Bryant Kiliman, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Bryant Kiliman, NP, is an Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner in the Division of Hospital Medicine. With a history of employment as a Clinical Researcher, Medical Laboratory Scientist, Pharmacy Technician, Medical Intensive Care Unit Registered Nurse, and currently as a Hospitalist, he has an interest in improving patient care by facilitating communication and streamlining processes between silos erected within large organizations. He is interested in delivering direct patient care informed by Point of Care Ultrasound and evaluating the therapeutic benefits realized by the hands-on physical exam coupled with hands-on imaging.

Default image

Evgeniy Kulik, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Holly Perry, NP

Holly Perry, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Cheryl Reinarman, ACNP

Cheryl Reinarman, ACNP

Nurse Practitioner

Samuel  Reuter, PA

Samuel Reuter, PA

Physician Assistant

Samuel Reuter, PA-C, CAQ-HM, MMS is a Physician Assistant within the Division of Hospital Medicine at Washington University.  He received his Physician Assistant, Master of Medical Science degree from St. Louis University in 2021.  Upon graduating, Samuel completed a fellowship in hospital medicine from the University of Missouri and obtained a Certificate of Added Qualification in Hospital Medicine.  He is passionate about patient care, as well as furthering training and teaching opportunities for physician assistants.

Jennie Rickert, ACNP

Jennie Rickert, ACNP

Nurse Practitioner

Default image

Leanna Smothers, PA

Physician Assistant

Jaclyn Stutz, NP

Jaclyn Stutz, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Evelyne Thomas, ACNP

Evelyne Thomas, ACNP

Nurse Practitioner

Leah  Tobias, PA

Leah Tobias, PA

Physician Assistant

Default image

Margaret Youngs, PA

Physician Assistant

Brenna Zack, NP

Brenna Zack, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Brenna Zack, NP, is an Adult-Gerontology Acute Care nurse practitioner within the Division of Hospital Medicine. She received her BSN from Southeast Missouri State University in 2015. Her nursing experience includes time in acute care medicine and emergency medicine. She went on to receive her MSN from Maryville University in 2019 and joined the Division of Hospital Medicine in March 2020. She is committed to providing excellent patient care and furthering education for both nurse practitioner students and APCs within the division.