Logan grew up in sunny Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, a favorite winter destination for all those less fortunate souls who live where it snows (or so he thought). With only two seasons a year in Florida (hot and hotter), Logan was naturally drawn to water sports. He learned to sail at the age of 10 and was enthralled with the sense of freedom he felt on the ocean. While pondering a life as a professional mariner, Logan headed north (but not too far north, just to the state line) to Florida State University (Go Noles!). However, it didn’t take long for him to feel drawn back to the water. He took up a position with FSU’s Academic (scuba) Dive Program where he was first exposed to human physiology and emergency medical care.
After earning a degree in Exercise Physiology, Logan set his course for medical school and headed home to attend Nova Southeastern University. He developed a passion for wilderness medicine and global health, through which he was able to travel to Ecuador and Vietnam to provide care in rural communities. Logan loved his medical school experience sooo much he decided to stay an extra year to complete a Pre-Doctoral Fellowship in Osteopathic Principles and Practice.
Logan never imagined it would be so easy to convince his significant other, Mackenzie, and their dog Zeus (who was not super thrilled about the long flight) to move to the opposite corner of the continent for residency. He is excited to develop his clinical acumen in rural Alaska. Having never permanently lived outside of Florida, Logan is happy to spend his first real winter in one of most beautiful places in