Tanya Spoon, DNP ARNP
Tanya Spoon has lived in Bremerton since junior high school. She started her medical training in the Navy as a corpsman. She became an RN in 1996 after attending Seattle University and worked for many years in the community. She received her masters in Nursing from University of phoenix, then her ARNP (Nurse Practitioner) from Seattle University in 2006, and then received her Doctorate in 2011 from the University of Alabama.
She has two grown children and five grandchildren. Tanya loves chickens and goats, gardening and cooking, camping and road trips
At the Manette Clinic she is the owner/operator. If you are a provider interested in our concept contact the clinic for more information.
William M. Hall, MD, FACP
Dr. Mike Hall has been a physician in the local area for the last 10 years having previously served in the Navy for the past three decades including combat tours down range.
He is newly married to an amazing woman who also works in healthcare. Clinical interests include geriatrics, addiction and end of life issues. Hobbies include antiques, gardening, hunting/ fishing.
Katlyn Sargent Sheets, DNP FNP-C
Katlyn Sargent Sheets was born in Kentucky but has spent the majority of her life living in Kitsap County. Katlyn obtained her bachelor’s degree in Clinical Physiology from Central Washington University in 2016. She then obtained her RN license in 2018 from Seattle University. In 2021 she and obtained her doctorate in nurse practitioning with a specialization in family practice from Seattle University. She completed a 2-year certification program through the University of Washington as a WWAMI AHEC Scholar in June of 2021 as a specialization in working with rural and underserved communities. Additionally, Katlyn has a certification in adult gerontological acute-care nurse practitioning.
She married her high school sweetheart in the summer of 2018, and together they love spending time with their many pets. She loves animals, soccer, traveling, learning new things and volunteering for the local non-profit, Scarlet Road, who works to help victims of sex trafficking.
She loves this community and is so excited, and so grateful, to have the ability to work with her community members directly, every day, at the Manette Clinic. She is passionate about providing individualized, patient-centered care to men, women and children of all ages.
At The Manette Clinic, Katlyn is completing her residency this summer and will graduate with her DNP FNP-C.
Kristen Childress, DNP, ARNP, CWCN-AP
Kristen Childress has lived in Kitsap County for nearly 20 years. Prior to moving to the area, she obtained her RN degree in Oregon. She subsequently earned her Master’s degree in Nursing and her Adult/Older Adult Nurse Practitioner degree from the University of Washington. After working for several years, she returned to the University and obtained her Doctorate and a post-masters certificate in Family Practice. She holds specialty certification as an Advanced Practice Certified Wound Care Nurse. Her areas of practice have included Urgent Care, Internal Medicine and Geriatric care, and Wound Care.
Besides her clinical work, Kristen is an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Washington, and is constantly planning her next trip to volunteer in other countries.
She loves cooking, learning about new things, traveling, and being outdoors in any capacity.
At The Manette Clinic, Kristen is a community facility provider.
Deborah Tillman, MSN, ARNP, A-GNP-C
Deborah Tillman grew up in Ellensburg, WA, discovering a love for both lifelong learning at Central Washington University and being an active part of her community. For many years she enjoyed being a land use planner for her home county.
Upon moving to the Olympic Peninsula 25 years ago, she pursued her dream of being in the medical field as a career firefighter-paramedic and emergency medical services instructor. She then went on to earn her Master of Nursing Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner degree at Seattle University.
She has found great satisfaction in supporting rural fire districts as a volunteer and elected official. Currently she volunteers her time conducting medical evaluations for new volunteers to her favorite rural fire district, experiencing all over again the fresh excitement of the new volunteers' first involvement in emergency response work.
Those living in rural areas are encouraged to seek out ways they can support their local fire district and community as a whole. Fire district volunteer support can include infrequent grant writing and levy vote efforts, regular equipment tracking and maintenance, on-going training and facility support, and/or daily emergency responses. It is a great way to meet neighbors and feel a part of the community. Everyone from high school students trying out possible career paths to retirees continuing to use their lifetime's experience can find satisfaction as a volunteer.
She also enjoys hiking and exploring the Olympic Mountains along with her husband. Trips to visit family spread across the country are among her favorite activities.
At The Manette Clinic, Deborah is a provider to community facilities. This is a great fit with her previous experience as an emergency medical responder.