Faculty

Kelly Hill, M.D.

Director of the Family Medicine Residency Program

Kelly Hill, M.D., graduated from the University of Vermont College of Medicine in 1989. She completed her family residency here in Midland in 1992, serving as chief resident during her final year of residency. Dr. Hill joined the faculty group in 1992 and completed the University of Michigan Faculty Development Fellowship in 1996. She was the Medical Director of the Family Practice Center from 1998 to 2013. Dr. Hill has been responsible for teaching Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics, Neonatal Resuscitation and procedural training during her faculty years. She assumed the responsibility of Program Director in July 2013.

Dr. Hill is married to a retired Ph.D. chemist who worked at Dow Chemical Company and they have three grown sons. She enjoys baking and walking her golden retriever, Wilson.

Sasha Savage, M.D.

Medical Director of the Family Practice Center

Sasha Savage, M.D., graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine and received certification for successful completion of the University of Michigan Faculty Development Institute. He joined the faculty after completing his residency training in Midland and currently serves as the Medical Director of the Family Practice Center, and has served as Chief of Staff.

He quotes, “While I love the practice of medicine, coupled with the opportunity to teach residents, my favorite pastime is any activity that involves my family.” Dr. Savage has been married for over twenty five years and has eight children, whom he counts as the greatest treasures of his life. In addition to family life, Dr. Savage loves running, playing soccer and basketball and traveling with his wife.

Meaghan Beasley, M.D.

Faculty Physician

Meaghan Beasley, M.D., graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in 2013 after finishing undergraduate work at Saginaw Valley State University. Dr. Beasley was part of the inaugural four year class at the Midland Family Medicine Residency Program and served as chief resident during her last two years of training. Upon completion of residency in June 2017, she was excited to join the core faculty group, where she is now involved in patient care, resident precepting and resident advising. Dr. Beasley has a special interest in obstetrics, women’s health topics and procedures, and she holds status as an ALSO instructor.

Dr. Beasley is married to a Ph.D. sociologist who teaches for Michigan State University. They have a daughter and a son as well as two cats. In her free time, she enjoys reading, rollerblading, traveling, watching MSU men’s basketball and crafting.

Eric Becker, M.D.

Faculty Physician

Eric Becker, M.D., graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School in 2005. After completing residency training here in Midland, Dr. Becker joined the faculty group. He completed the University of Michigan Faculty Development Program and holds faculty appointments through Michigan State University College of Human Medicine (GO BLUE!!) and Central Michigan University. Dr. Becker maintains a clinical practice as well as precepts residents for outpatient and inpatient care provided by the residency.

Interestingly, Dr. Becker owns a pet snake, along with a cat named Bella.

Gail Colby, M.D.

Faculty Physician

Gail Colby, M.D., graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in 1995 and the Texas Tech University Family & Community Medicine Residency in Lubbock, TX in 1998. She joined the Midland Family Medicine Residency in 2002 after four years of full spectrum practice including obstetrics in rural East Texas. Dr. Colby continues to practice obstetrics, provide women’s health care and directs the geriatric and pediatric curriculum. Dr. Colby received the Robert G. Bowsher Award for outstanding clinical teaching in 2012.

Dr. Colby is married with two children, and enjoys spending time off at the family cabin. If you ever want to get away…

Scott Ross, M.D.

Faculty Physician

Scott Ross, M.D., completed his residency training at The Toledo Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program in Toledo, Ohio, after graduating from Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, Michigan. He joined MidMichigan Physicians Group – Family Practice in 2009 and then moved on to the Midland Family Medicine Residency Program as a faculty member in June 2013. Dr. Ross completed extra coursework in Sports Medicine during his residency training, and developed a procedure curriculum to learn vasectomies. He is especially interested in sports medicine, procedural medicine and health informatics.

Dr. Ross completed extra coursework in Sports Medicine during his residency training as well as developing a procedure curriculum to allow him to learn vasectomies. He is especially interested in sports medicine, procedural medicine, and health informatics.

During his free time, Dr. Ross spends time with his wife and his three children. He also enjoys reading, hiking, rafting and traveling along with being an avid Michigan State University Spartans fan. GO GREEN!!

Lynn Simons, Psy.D.

Faculty Behavioralist

Lynn Simons, Psy.D., completed her undergraduate work at the University of Pennsylvania, her Master's degree at Illinois State University, and earned her doctorate degree in Psychology from Central Michigan University. Dr. Simons teaches the behavioral science curriculum for the residency program and manages the research curriculum, often facilitating national presentations of resident research. She also maintains a private practice, which includes doing forensic psychological evaluations.

Dr. Simons is married and the mother of four children. She loves to quilt and spends her free time taking care of rescued dogs.

Andrew Wolford, D.O.

Faculty Physician

Andrew Wolford, D.O., graduated from Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2011. Midland served as home for Andrew growing up, and he attended Alma College before medical school. After graduation from the Midland Family Medicine Residency Program in 2014 and serving as chief resident during his final year of training, Dr. Wolford joined the core faculty group. He has completed training at the University of Michigan Faculty Development Institute. Dr. Wolford maintains a clinical practice as well as precepts residents and works as a resident advisor in the Family Practice Center.

Dr. Wolford is married to his high school sweetheart. They have three wonderful and active daughters. When he can fit it in, he loves to play hockey, golf and soccer.

Photo of Kyle Williams, M.D., faculty physician with the Family Medicine Residency Program at MidMichigan Medical Center - Midland.

Faculty Physician

Kyle Williams, M.D.,graduated from the University of Medicine and Health Sciences in 2014 after completing his undergraduate degree from Central Michigan University. During his residency training in the Midland Family Medicine Residency Program, he served as a chief resident and completed the University of Michigan Faculty Development Institute Program. Dr. Williams joined the residency core faculty group in 2018 where he provides adult and pediatric inpatient and outpatient care, while supervising, precepting and advising residents in their medical education.

Dr. Williams is married with one daughter. He enjoys exploring Michigan, kayaking and reading.

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