2019 Jingle Bell Run Honorees

Elise Huelskamp
Corporate Chair

Elise Huelskamp is the Director of Marketing at Premier Health, with over 14 years of marketing, communications, and media experience.  Elise has a personal connection to the Arthritis Foundation as many of her family members have suffered from this disease.  She is looking forward to making a difference and helping find a cure!

Ryan Muhlenkamp
Corporate Chair

Ryan Muhlenkamp has been with Premier Health for 13 year and has served in a variety of clinical and leadership roles and currently serves as the Director of Access and Referral Management with Premier Physician Network.  Ryan received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Wright State University.

Scott Albright, MD
​Medical Honoree

Dr. Albright is a board certified sports medicine physician. A graduate of the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, Dr. Albright completed his residency and fellowship training in Sports Medicine at Riverside Methodist Hospital. Dr. Albright serves as the team physician for Lakota East, Lakota West, Middletown Christian schools and Miami University, Middletown. He specializes in non-surgical orthopedic sports medicine and musculoskeletal injuries. Dr. Albright is a fan of many recreational and competitive sports, especially those at The Ohio State University. He enjoys weight lifting, jet skiing, and spending time with his family.

Michael Barrow, MD
Medical Honoree

Dr. Michael Barrow is a graduate of Indiana State University and the Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed his residency in family practice at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie. Dr. Barrow is certified in family practice and sports medicine by the American Board of Family Physicians. Dr. Barrow has a special interest in Sports Medicine and Adolescent Medicine. He has been with Premier Health Family Care – North since 1996.

Corey Ellis
Medical Honoree

Dr. Ellis received his medical degree from University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and has been in practice between 11-20 years. He is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine in primary care sports medicine. He is the director of the Wright State Physicians Concussion Clinic. Dr. Ellis also serves as a team physician for Wright State University Athletics, and is the team physician for Fairborn High School.

Robert Harrington, MD
Medical Honoree

Dr. Robert Harrington is a graduate of the University of Dayton and The Ohio State University College of Medicine. He completed his residency in Family Medicine at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton. Dr. Harrington is the team physician for Wayne High School. He has been in private practice in Dayton since 1999 and joined Premier Physician Network in January 2010.

Jeffrey james, DO
​Medical Honoree

Jeffrey A. James, DO received his medical degree from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2012.  Dr. James completed a Family Medicine residency at TriHealth Bethesda in 2015.  Dr. James completed a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at TriHealth Bethesda in 2016. Dr. James is board certified in Family Medicine.

Paul Krebs, MD
Medical Honoree

Paul A. Krebs, MD graduated from Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. He completed the Wright State University Family Medicine Residency Program and The Ohio State University Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program. Dr. Krebs is board certified in sports medicine.

Dr. Krebs is a member of American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, American College of Sports Medicine.

Tim Linker, MD
Medical Honoree

Dr Tim Linker received a degree in Biology from Mt Vernon Nazarene College and his medical degree from the Wright State University School of Medicine.  He completed his Family Practice residency at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio.  He went on to complete a Sports Medicine fellowship at Grant Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.  

Dr. Linker serves as the Medical Director of Sports Medicine for Atrium Medical Center, part of Premier Health Partners.  He has authored multiple book chapters in medical textbooks.

Jeffrey Rayborn, MD
​Medical Honoree

Jeffrey Rayborn, MD is a graduate of The Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. He completed his residency in Family Practice and his fellowship in Sports Medicine at Bethesda North Hospital. Dr. Rayborn joined Premier Orthopedics in 2009.

Dr. Rayborn's practice focuses on non-operative orthopaedic care for adolescents and adults, and primary care sports medicine.

Karen Shafer, MD
​Medical Honoree

Dr. Shafer received her medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine. She completed a residency at the Indiana University Methodist Family Medicine Residency Program and a fellowship at the Indiana University Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program. Dr. Shafer is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.

Jon Sulentic, DO
​Medical Honoree

Dr. Sulentic is a board certified sports medicine physician. A graduate of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Sulentic completed his residency and fellowship training in Sports Medicine at Michigan State University. Dr. Sulentic is the former team physician for Michigan State University and currently serves as the team physician for Madison Local Schools. He specializes in non-surgical orthopedic sports medicine and musculoskeletal injuries. Dr. Sulentic is a former professional cyclist, currently participates in competitive soccer and enjoys spending time with his family.

Delaney Botschner
Juvenile Arthritis
Youth Honoree

Delaney Botschner is a fun-loving five-year old who’s favorite color is yellow. She’s known for her nurturing spirit and her incredible sense of humor.  Delaney is the first to get a band-aid when someone gets hurt, she adores taking care of her little brother Peter, and she always asks with sincerity how people are doing. Delaney is funny without trying to be- she has the best one-liners that keep our family laughing day in and day out. Her big sister Sophie is her partner in crime and they share a passion for LEGOs, crafts, and swimming. Delaney’s favorite activities are watching movies, eating ice cream, and going on family bike rides.

She was diagnosed with juvenile arthritis earlier this year after complaining of pain when trying to run. Her inflammation got worse making it hard for her even to walk down the stairs. She received a quick diagnosis and our medical care has been incredible since that point. We have seen great improvements to her mobility with medication and physical therapy. Delaney continues to be a spirited girl who loves to run, dance, ride her bike, and climb anything and everything. It’s hard to imagine what her day to day life would be like without the treatment she is receiving.  We are incredibly thankful for the doctors’ care, support of our family and friends, research and treatment options, and the comfort God has brought us throughout the whirlwind of her diagnosis. Our hope is to share her story to bring people together in the arthritis community, raise awareness, and move the needle forward in care, treatments, and hopefully a cure for our girl and so many others.  

 

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