New emergency medicine physicians

Four new physicians joining CMH this summer

Please help us welcome four new physicians to the Emergency Department this summer. 

Eileen O’Sullivan, MB BCH BAO
Dr. Eileen O’Sullivan is a board-eligible physician who joins CMH in July. She earned her medical degree from the University College Cork Medical School in Cork, Ireland and completed a residency at Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis, Minnesota in emergency medicine and internal medicine. Dr. O’Sullivan is especially interested in resource utilization and critical care. In her free time, she enjoys running, biking, eating and traveling.

Dr. Avery Kechter

Avery Kechter, MD
Dr. Avery Kechter joins the Emergency Department at CMH in July, as well. He attended Chicago Medical School and completed a residency in emergency medicine at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His interests lie in resource utilization, bedside ultrasound and evidence-based practice. When he’s not working, he plays the guitar, travels and likes to make ice cream.

Dr. Andrew Richards

Andrew Richards, MD
Dr. Andrew Richards joins the ED in July, also. He earned his medical degree from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and completed a residency at Oregon Health & Science University in emergency medicine. He was chief resident from 2018-19 at OHSU. He is interested in optimizing intubation and ventilation in the ED, ultrasound guided nerve blocks and multimodal pain control. In his free time, he likes to bike, sail, run and play intramural football.

Dr. Nicholas Villalon

Nicholas Villalon, MD
Dr. Nicholas Villalon will join CMH in August. He attended medical school at Yale University and completed his residency at the University of California, San Francisco, where he was chief resident in 2013-14. He speaks both English and Spanish and is board-certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He is especially interested in medical education, bedside ultrasound and access to care. When he isn’t working, he enjoys music, surfing, kiteboarding and cooking. 

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