|The Physicians of
the Lake Chelan Clinic, PC
Martin J. Clements, MD - Dr Clements attended medical school at the University of Kentucky in Louisville where he was awarded the Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians Outstanding Senior with interest in and Application to Family Practice. He joined the Lake Chelan clinic in July of 2008 after completing his residency at St Elizabeth's Family Medicine in Edgewood, Kentucky. During that time he served as President of House Staff, Co-Chair of Residency Recruitment and Co-Chair of the Schedule committee. After his residency, Dr Clements completed a one year OB fellowship in preparation for the establishment of a rural family practice here in the Lake Chelan Valley. Dr Clements speaks fluent Spanish. He is married to Nicole, who grew up in Kirkland, Washington. They have one daughter, Molly, who was born the night before medical school graduation. The Clements family enjoys, camping hiking, baseball and competing in dog agility competition with their Australian Cattle dog, Addie.
Amy E. Hutton, MD - Dr. Hutton joined our Clinic in August of 2002. She comes to us from Billings, Montana where she trained as a rural family physician. She has taken additional education in high-risk obstetrics, outpatient surgical procedures and trauma care and is also proficient in Spanish. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame, she attended Loyola University of Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine. Dr Hutton currently serves as the Medical Director of Regency Manor. She and her husband Jon, with their three year old and one year old daughters, enjoy the rural setting and our area's recreational opportunities. They enjoy cross country skiing, boating and hiking and Jon loves the snowmobiling runs in the valley.
Charles J. Waszkewitz, MD - Dr. Waszkewitz joined the Lake Chelan Clinic in 1987 after practicing in Utah on an Indian reservation. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Colgate University in 1976, majoring in Midevel English. His Medical Degree is from Rutgers University School of Medicine and he completed his Family Medicine Residency in 1984 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He and his wife, Helen, have three daughters. They are all very active in sports and community affairs. When he has time he enjoys spending time with his girls, running, skiing, hiking, mountain climbing, and tearing up the lake with his Hobie Cat.
Michael D.R. Travers, MD - Dr Travers joined the Lake Chelan Clinic in 1994 after several years of practice in Utah and Southwest Washington. He received his medical degree from Michigan State University in 1981 and completed his residency in Family Medicine in 1984. Dr Travers is fluent in Spanish and German and was a high school and college math professor before attending medical school. Snow skiing and music are two of his favorite interests. He and his wife have four children.