Eduardo Dolhun, M.D.

The core values upon which Dolhun Clinic is based revolve around the belief that the interests of the patient come first.

Dr. Dolhun is passionate about providing his patients with continuous care in an integrated and comprehensive manner. He places great importance on technical excellence and compassionate patient care. His background reflects these values.

Dr. Dolhun has been co-director of Ethnicity and Medicine at Stanford University since 2000. 

In 2018, he was appointed Adjunct Professor in the College of Health Sciences at Marquette University.

He has been published in numerous peer-reviewed medical journals.

Undergraduate
Marquette University

Medical School
Mayo Medical School

Internship and Residency
Family Medicine, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine

Fellowships
Faculty Development, UCSF
Primary Care Research, UCSF
Obstetrics, Stanford University/Santa Clara Valley Medical Center

Awards and Recognitions
1999 Mayo Clinic Resident Teacher of the Year
2011 Oconomowoc Area School District Wall of Fame
2012 Marquette University Alumni Service to the Community Award
2014 Edison Award for best new product of the year
2015 first highlighted member of the Society for Disaster Medicine and Public Health
2017 Mayo Clinic Humanitarian Achievement Award
2018 California Academy of Family Physicians "My Family Medicine Story" program


John Cranshaw, M.D.

Dr. Cranshaw believes that care of the patient lies in caring for the patient. The best medical care requires a well-trained and experienced physician, as well as excellent communication between patient and physician. Dr. Cranshaw’s background reflects that belief.

Undergraduate
Emory University

Graduate
Stanford University


Medical School
Harvard Medical School

Internal Medicine Residency
Harvard Medical School, Cambridge City Hospital


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Emilie Biondi

Assistant to Dr. Dolhun and Care Coordinator

Undergraduate

University of California, Berkeley

Pre-Medical Internship

Emilie began her internship with the Dolhun Clinic in June of 2018, after completing her Bachelor's Degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of California, Berkeley.

She has a keen interest in academic medicine and hopes to specialize in either surgery or pathology.

For more information on the Pre-Medical Internship, click here.

 


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Tyler Kirchberg

Assistant to Dr. Dolhun and Care Coordinator

Undergraduate

Brown University

Pre-Medical Internship

Tyler joined the Dolhun Clinic in June of 2018, after graduating Brown University with a degree in Biology.

His primary interests are in pediatric sports medicine and immunology.

For more information on the Pre-Medical Internship, click here.