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Meet Our Faculty and Staff


Matt Kunar,


Program Director

Things that bring me joy: My family (Jillian, Sophie, and Maxwell), teaching Family Medicine, exercising, eating out, movie night, watching the Buckeyes and the Cleveland teams win.

Two truths and a lie (no particular order): Jillian and I met in medical school at OUHCOM over 16 years ago and she is a hospitalist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. I have attended ten Taylor Swift concerts on three different continents. I completed my residency in the Army and spent seven years on active duty.

Why you should consider training with us: When I was hired in 2015 to start the Dublin Methodist Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, I had a vision. That vision was to prepare family medicine physicians for future practice in Ohio. Though the ACGME requires us to train you to be a “full spectrum” family practitioner, it is rare to see non-academic FM physicians practice “full spectrum” medicine in Ohio. I believe that it is important to know how to deliver a baby and how to attend to sick patients in the hospital, but it is just as important establishing a rapport with your patient panel and being available to see them every day. We pride ourselves in having an innovative and flexible curriculum that puts an emphasis on outpatient medicine and wellness. No matter what your interests are, we are confident that we can build a curriculum for you that will help you succeed as an outpatient family physician.


Ben Bring,


Assistant Program Director, Osteopathic Track Program Director

Hobbies: Traveling with my wife and two kids, running, weightlifting, basketball, soccer, inventing things and solving problems.

Interesting Facts: I have a patent pending product to help treat musculoskeletal pain called MyoGlove. My brother and I were on the Price is Right in 2006. Amateur DJ (DJHamSlam). Great at "Name That Tune" and "Beat Shazam." I enjoy creating music playlists.

Favorite Foods: Dublin Methodist Hospital salad bar, stromboli

Dublin Dream Team: I am thrilled to be a part of this amazing team and new residency program! We are a group of innovative thinkers who challenge the status quo through continuous improvement. We are excited to train the future family doctors of Dublin and Ohio!

What I love about my job: I get to teach medical students and residents all things family medicine and sports medicine! Also I enjoy working with our teaching faculty and the innovative and collaborative environment in our residency program!


Neil Pandya,


Medical Director, Assistant Program Director

Passions (in no particular order): Football (Browns and Buckeyes), Basketball (Cavs) and Baseball (Indians). Beer Making. Lego. Gardening. Zoo Lights. Summer BBQs. Apple Picking and Fall Foliage. Nintendo Switch. Hiking. Snow Forts. Building Computers. Golf. Netflix. Tennis. Cars. Reading and the Smell of an Old Paperback. Closet Foodie.

Favorite Foods by Select Region: Thai – Panang Curry; Indian – Saag Paneer; American – Chicken Wings; Japanese – Yellowtail Sashimi; Italian – Gnocchi; Cajun – Shrimp Po Boys

Medical Interests: Prevention. Quality Improvement. Patient Safety. Business of Medicine. Psychiatry. Population Health Management. PCMH.

The Dublin Difference: One Word – Innovation. It can be hard to break the mold of a traditional family medicine residency. Here in Dublin there is nothing but support for challenging the status quo. We are always striving to continuously improve every aspect of our office and residency and this is reflected in our culture. We are constantly asking the simple, but deceivingly hard to answer question: Why?


Michelle Taylor,


Assistant Program Director

About me: I’m a central Ohio native, grew up in Hilliard, Ohio, went to OSU for undergrad, then University of Cincinnati for med school. I then returned to Columbus to complete my family medicine residency at Riverside, graduating in 2017 where I served as Chief Resident. I am thrilled to be part of the Dublin Dream Team in my current faculty position.

Hobbies: My daughter Iris who is one year old is my everything! She stops by the office nearly every day for lunch. We enjoy long walks, babywearing, dancing around to 80s pop music, and trips to Target. My husband, Kyle, works at the Columbus Zoo so we of course spend lots of time there too! I’m an avid OSU football fan. I also love to read and spend time with the rest of my family.

Favorite foods: I’m vegetarian and love to try new things - anything with avocado and anything spicy are my favorites. I could eat Chipotle and Indian food every day. You will find Iris and I at Trader Joes every Sunday. The DMH salad bar and local featured restaurants in the cafeteria are great too!

Medical interests: Wellness, nutrition, preventative medicine, evidence based medicine, community health, women’s health, pediatrics

What I love about my job: So many things! Our team is an amazing, diverse and dedicated group that feels like family. I love working in a supportive environment where creativity and innovation are the norm.


Carol Runser, MSW, LISW-S

Behavioral Scientist - Program Director

My Areas of Interest include: Health and Wellness, Resident and Faculty Professional Development, and the Psychosocial Aspects of Medicine.

Why Dublin: It is exciting to be part of a Family Medicine start up program! I apply years of experience in residency education as well as try new things!

Fun Facts: In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband, children and friends, golf and weight training.

Food: I love a good steak.

Travel: I enjoy discovering any place through walking, hiking, and photography.

What do you love about your job? There are many aspects of my job that I love! What creates that feeling the best is the healthy culture that encompasses this residency. There is a healthy mix of independence, professional expectations, coaching, and friendliness.


Sandi Miller, C-TAGME

Manager, Medical Education

Hobbies: I love to travel and scrapbook my vacation photos. I’m an avid runner and also enjoy biking on the many paths in Dublin, taking Orange Theory classes, and hiking or walking on “off” days. I always have a good book going on my Kindle. I enjoy hosting people in my home. I’m also heavily involved with my church – sing with the worship band, have a role on the pastoral teaching team, and am involved with mentoring younger women.

Favorite foods: Pizza – I could eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. When I can’t have pizza, anything “ethnic” – I especially love spicy Indian curries, street tacos, and Thai and Chinese food from places where I’m in the minority. I also enjoy cooking “light” and have a family reputation for “meat with salad” and corn on the cob all summer long.

Favorite places to travel: Either where I just went, where I’m next planning to go, or where you just went or are planning to go…I always have a serious case of wanderlust and love to plan vacations, think about them, and hear about other people’s vacations.

Something people might not know about me: I lived in China for just over 4 years with my husband and three young kids. We are now “empty nesters” and I love working up here with this team. It’s been a blast being part of starting a new residency.

What do you love about your job? I LOVE the people and the energy


Nelli McCamon, MHA

Residency Program Specialist

Why Dublin: I have spent the last 12 years with OhioHealth, I am fortunate to be a part of the Dublin Dream Team and to work with the amazing faculty & staff our program is lucky to have.

Hobbies: My current hobby consists of chasing my 2 year old & caring for my 3 month old! I also enjoy trying local restaurants and going to the Columbus Zoo.

Favorite foods: I love any kind of pizza or pasta or cheeseburgers as well as the Costco sample stations.

Favorite Places to Travel: I love traveling to Montana, the big sky country.

Fun Facts: I once appeared on a Lifetime TV show

What do you love about your job? I love the amazing people that I work with, the team that we have is like no other! I also love seeing residents in their learning environment. Seeing the pride & accomplishment they feel after a day of learning or seeing patients is truly fulfilling.

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Nurse Practitioner

Interests: Family and church, stained glass, woodworking, photography, sewing and baking

Activities: biking, martial arts including: samurai (sensei), krav maga, tao silat, kali and tae kwon do. Also, shooting (short and long guns) and knife throwing.

Interesting Facts: I am published and have lectured on a national level (robotic surgery in oncology). Coined the term “No narcotics in robotics” for prevention of post-operative ileus. Internationally ranked as a Samurai.

Favorite Foods: Basically Anything

What do you love about your job? I have worked in many positions over my years as a nurse and NP. I have gotten to meet and work with many interesting and passionate people from across the world. Dublin however has given me that sense of home and a sense of being in the right place at the right time. I love the respect and caring attitude of all who work here. Everyone is important and the care for each other and patients is par excellence. What we have here is so special that it makes every day a joy to anticipate and partake.

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Jenn Wagner, MSN, APRN, FNP-C

Nurse Practitioner

Education: Dual degrees in Nursing and Leadership & Management from Capital University. Master’s of Science in Nursing from Otterbein University, specializing as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

Employment: At 4-years-old I wanted to be a taxi driver. Since, my career aspirations changed! I have been employed with OhioHealth for 7+ years. I have worked as a staff nurse in ICU as well as Oncology. I also spent time as a Clinical Nurse Manager for Telemedicine.

Hobbies: In my free time I enjoy visiting family and going to the beach in Fenwick Island, DE, spending time with my two younger sisters Abby and Delaney, and playing with my dog Barely, a Yo-chon. I love watching true crime shows and Survivor. My husband Drew and I are anxiously awaiting the arrival of our first child, Zoey Janet. Her ETA is January 2019.

Favorite Food: Potato Skins. There must be sour cream.

Interesting Facts: I made my daytime television debut on Season 4 of Let’s Make a Deal. I took my 81-year old grandmother and we dressed up as birthday presents. Ultimately, I got zonked! I was invited back during Season 5 for the Zonk Redemption episode. We went to two episode tapings that day. Although I wasn’t selected during the Zonk Redemption episode, my mom was at the second taping and won a diamond ring! In 2016, my mom was called to “Come on Down” to The Price is Right stage by George Gray during Dream Car Week! Although she lost the game Pathfinder and did not win the Land Rover, she did win a fire pit, waffle maker and iron. Don’t forget to get your pets spayed or neutered.

Why the Dublin Dream Team: I feel like I won the lottery working at Dublin Methodist Family Medicine. Our faculty is one of a kind! I learn something new at every day and enjoy personally getting to know our patients.


Richelle Kreber

Practice Manager

Education: The Ohio State University (The best school in the universe)

Hobbies: I love spending time with my six children, gardening, evenings with friends on the patio, playing with my three dogs and THE BUCKEYES!

Favorite Places to Travel: I spent three weeks in South Africa with my kids on a vacation of a lifetime in January 2019. We started in Cape Town climbing mountains, hiking, enjoying the food and entertainment before taking a tour up the coast. We stopped at wineries in Hermanus and enjoyed the breathtaking coastal towns of Mossel Bay and Knysna. We walked with the elephants at The Elephant Sanctuary, played with monkeys and fed giraffes. My children jumped off the highest bungee jump in the world at Bloukrans Bridge…and my son broke his ankle jumping off a 4 inch platform at the southernmost tip of Africa, Cape Agulhas. We finished our trip with a 3 day safari at Kruger National Park.

Something you might not know about me: I was a kindergarten teacher for Worthington City Schools and until about 5 years ago I played hockey on an all-girls team in the men’s league.

Fun Fact: I was filmed for TLC’s A Baby Story at Riverside in 2001 when my sixth child was born…but never made the cut.


Anna Jackson

Physician Office Specialist

Hobbies: My hobbies are watching Netflix/movies, any reality tv shows, hanging out with family, friends, and my puppy, Missy. I enjoy working out, listening to music and reading on my kindle. Always looking for a new book or Netflix series!

Favorite food: Mexican, grilled cheese(always looking for the next best grilled cheese), crab legs

Interesting facts: I’m one of 4 girls and a twin (I’m younger by 2 minutes), I met/had a conversation with Arnold Schwarzenegger when I was 17 while he was in Columbus for the Arnold Classic that aired on the news and I’m a diehard Shania Twain fan. I’m left handed. I also work part time at the middle school I graduated from doing concessions and admissions for sporting events.

Why Dublin: Being in and out of hospitals my entire life, I knew I wanted to work in a hospital/office setting wanting to help people like I’ve been helped even if it’s just by greeting someone with a friendly smile. I’ve been with a OhioHealth for almost 6 years and just started with Dublin Family Medicine in February.

What I love about my job is getting to interact with patients and collaborate with coworkers while making a difference.


Cheryl Nicol

Physician Office Specialist

Education: Associates degree in Health Information Management

Interesting facts: With my previous passion for running I placed third in a half marathon, I have a yellow belt in Tae Kwon Do, a motorcycle license and concealed carry license. I previously worked as a medical records coordinator, Phlebotomist and resided in Fort Lauderdale before moving to Ohio. Also I never let a Moscow Mule Kick Me.

Hobbies: driving around the farm in the Kubota with my husband Rod, Target Practice and visiting my daughter in Florida. My favorite team is OSU Basketball.

Favorite foods: PIZZA and SHRIMP SCAMPI

What I love about my job is constantly interacting with my colleagues and patients every day, I am proud and passionate about the fact I was hired within GME when it was first born and amazed with the continuous growth.


Jonathan Oldham

Physician Office Specialist

Education: Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science from Urbana University ‘18; Bachelors of Science in Mathematics (Secondary) Western Governors University ‘21

Interests: I enjoy watching all types of sports whether it be the local Columbus Blue Jackets or Ohio State Buckeyes. I mostly enjoy watching my Cleveland Indians and Green Bay Packers. I am an avid reader and enjoy many types of literature. I would have to say my favorite author is Stephen King and Matthew Reilly.

Family: I have been married since June of 2018 to my beautiful wife Carmen and together we have one black cat and one Black Lab, Brownie and Kona. We are also expecting our first child in Spring 2020 and could not be more excited!

My Job: I enjoy being able to interact one-on-one with patients and help them with any issues they may be facing and alleviate their stresses with coming to their family doctor. If I can help them have a more enjoyable time at the doctor then I feel like I have accomplished something. I also enjoy the great team that is around me and how helpful we all are, we couldn’t have this practice if it wasn’t for the care and consideration of everyone.


Britany Schreiber

Medical Assistant

Education: I attended Technology Education College in 2005 to obtain my Certified Medical Assistant Associates Degree, I have been working as an MA for 13 years. I am currently enrolled at Columbus State Community College for Health Information Management Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree, I am attending classes part time and will be set to graduate in 2021.

Hobbies: In my free time my husband, son and I enjoy doing anything outdoors, traveling, and trying new foods. I also enjoy crafting, making diaper cakes, shadow boxes, and cute badge buttons.

Why Dublin: This is truly the best office I have ever worked at, our physicians and staff are amazing! I am so proud to be a part of the Dublin Dream Team and I am excited to see our new residency program grow.

Fun facts: My husband and I met when we were 14, we have been together for 18 years, we have one son named Tyler that is 5. We also have two German Sheppard puppies, Zeke who is 2 and Mia will turn one in October.


Ardashia Terry

Medical Assistant

My job: I’m currently an MA here at Ohio Health Dublin Family Practice, what I love about working here is listening and hearing patients stories. I enjoy creating a bond and trying to form some kind of connection between their experiences and mine.

Family: I have a 3 year old daughter Harper Rose, 3 dogs Bella, Bootz and Kookie (only Bootz shown in photo) he’s the eldest! My life partner Marquis and I have been together for 8+ years!

My interests: include reading(non-fiction), wood working/building things, being creative with my Cricut and doing fun things outside in the sun!

One fun fact about me: I was interviewed by Cameron Fontana from ABC6 ‘”Cam goes to Camp” last summer while I worked as the Assistant Youth Development Director for the Gahanna branch. Cameron came to our branch to see what it was like to be a Y camper for the day!

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Pamela Tolber

Medical Assistant

About me: I am a Certified Medical Assistant and I graduated in 2006. I married my best friend Louis in 2009 and we have 4 children. Autumn 16, Iain 12, Lukas 10 and Dominick 5. We have two dogs Myla and Tiny. My family and I have lived in Hilliard for 10 years!

Hobbies: I enjoy watching my daughter play soccer for her high school, my sons play football, baseball and soccer. My family and I enjoy going swimming in the summer, going on vacations, watching the Browns, Buckeyes, Blue jackets, The Crew and USWN Soccer team! I also enjoy swimming and going on vacations with my family!

Medical Interest: Women’s Health, Mental Health and Oncology

Future Plans: I plan on attending Nursing School to pursue my career as a Nurse!

Why Dublin: I chose to work at Dublin Family Medicine because we have an amazing residency program! I love working with the residents and the attending physicians.