Our Residents

Third-Year Residents

Rabab Cheema, MD

Family Medicine, Third Year Resident

Dr. Cheema was born in India and raised in both India and Canada. She is fluent in both Hindi and Punjabi. While in medical school, she served as a mentor for the Player Development Program in Sint Maarten and as an anatomy teaching assistant. She is passionate about community service and providing quality care to under-served populations.

Dr. Cheema loves to travel and explore different cultures. She enjoys soccer, hiking, dancing, and spending time with family and friends. She is an adventurer and enjoys the thrill of bungee jumping and skydiving.

Roy D. Miller, MD

Family Medicine, Third Year Resident

Dr. Miller is a western Washington State native and is excited to be back in the region to assist in improving the health of his fellow Washingtonians. He enjoys keeping a dialogue with his patients to help set goals that are reachable and understood. He practices evidence-based medicine with a patient-centered focus and mission in line with that of Summit Pacific – to create the healthiest community in the Nation. 

Dr. Miller is passionate about the Pacific Northwest and enjoys spending time with his wife and two dogs. In his spare time, he likes to fish rivers, explore forests, mountains, and ocean beaches.


Second-Year Residents

Debbrah Bergeron, MD

Family Medicine, Second Year Resident

Dr. Bergeron is from San Diego, California and attended medical school at the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in Sint Maarten. She specializes in Family Medicine. Having grown up in an underserved area she feels a strong kinship with underserved and rural communities and looks forward to providing care to the greater Grays Harbor area for years to come. In her free time, she enjoys camping, traveling and listening to live music.

Mariel Chan, MD

Family Medicine, Second Year Resident


Dr. Chan was born and raised in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. She would obtain her Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Cell Biology from McGill University and her Doctor of Medicine from the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in Sint Maarten. While studying in the Caribbean she created a partnership between her medical school and a local soup kitchen by leading volunteers to help deliver and serve warm meals to members of the community. Her time spent with those who have limited resources inspired her to become a family medicine physician with a focus on obstetrics.

In her spare time, she loves to spend time with her family. She has a passion for staying fit by weightlifting or hiking the wilderness with her dog Preston.


First-Year Residents

Mackie Chan, MD

Family Medicine, First Year Resident

Dr. Chan was born in China and is excited to bring her passion for rural medicine to our community. While in medical school, she participated in developing a pilot project on virtual clinical skills assessment training. The project aimed to provide medical students with comprehensive training and patient encounters online. 

Dr. Chan appreciates mentally stimulating activities such as board games, puzzles, team obstacle courses and escape rooms. She enjoys singing, reading, meditating, playing video games, cooking different cuisine, baking, gardening, and home improvement projects. She is a dog lover.

Bethany Healey, MD

Family Medicine, First Year Resident

Dr. Healey was born and raised in Lake Country, British Columbia. While in medical school, she served as a senior member of the doctoral program teaching hematology to second and third-year medical students.

She is passionate about community service and providing quality care to underserved populations. Dr. Healey enjoys horseback riding and rode competitively three day eventing throughout Canada and the USA. In the winter, she is an avid downhill and backcountry skier and spends the spring and summer downhill mountain biking, surfing, hiking, and playing tennis. She has an interest in music and plays the acoustic guitar.