EDWARD SMITH, PA-C
Chief Clinical Officer
Mr. Edward Smith is an orthopaedic trained Physician Associate and has served over 20 years in the US Air Force. He enlisted in the US Air Force in 1992 and became the Air Force’s only Registered Orthotic Technician. He was honor graduate from basic training and technical school and was hand selected to remain at the school house to assist in instructing.
RONALD KUBUS, PA-C
Mr. Kubus is a certified and licensed Physician Associate. After joining the US Air Force in 1976 he served as an orthopaedic technician and a surgical first assistant from 1979-1990. He then attended the U.S. Air Force Physician Assistant program through the University of Nebraska. He was awarded the Alonso A. Tower Society award, which is given to the one student who exemplifies the character and qualities of a Physician Assistant student. Upon graduation, he scored in the top one percent in the nation on the Physician Assistant certification exam.
CHRISTINE SCLAFANI, PA-C
Mrs. Sclafani, a native of Manchester, NH graduated with honors from Simmons College in 2003 with a Bachelor’s degree in Neurobiology. After completing her undergraduate studies, she decided to further her education by attending DeSales University. In 2006, she completed the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program and graduated with distinction.
COLIN CHAMBERS, PA-C
Head Physician Associate
Mr. Chambers, graduated from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. He received his Bachelor’s degree of science in athletic training in 2010. Working closely with the coaches and athletes at Ohio University lead him to enjoy sports medicine. He found that working with athletes and orthopaedic injuries was his true passion.
Chase Spell, PA-C
Chase grew up in a small town in Georgia where he enjoyed playing football in High School. During that time, he became interested in sports medicine and developed a passion for helping others. Prior to attending college, he spent two years in Guatemala, on a mission for his church, helping others and learning to speak Spanish.
Kelsey Waltz, PA-C
Mrs. Waltz, a Florida native, was a competitive soccer player in both high school and college. Leaving Florida to play soccer in college, she attended the University of Iowa in Iowa City; where she also majored in Exercise Science. She received her Bachelor’s degree in 2010 and began working as a Research Assistant for the Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation at the University of Iowa in the Carver College of Medicine.
Jordan O’Connor, PA-C
Ms. O’Connor, a native Floridian, graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences from The University of Florida in 2015. After graduation, she worked as an outpatient physical therapy technician to gain her clinical hours. She began her graduate studies at Barry University’s Physician Assistant Program. After completing her Ortho rotation with OMG, she went on to graduate with a Master of Clinical Medical Science degree.
Kailey Quintana, PA-C
Ms. Quintana, a Florida native, graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences. After completing her undergraduate studies she found her love for the field while working for 3 years as a medical scribe and medical assistant in an Orthopedic clinic that specializes in sports medicine.
Megan Hoffman, PA-C
Megan is an Ohio native who spent most of her adult educational life in South Carolina. Her interest in orthopedics began when she was injured as a young athlete. She quickly understood the need and importance a healthcare provider played in returning an athlete to peak performance after an injury. Committed to learning how to help other athletes Megan graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s Science degree in exercise science from the College of Charleston in South Carolina.
Upon graduation, she worked briefly as a physical therapy technician before going on to study at the Medical University of South Carolina in the Physician Assistant Studies program where she graduated with a Master’s Degree and earned honors on the dean’s list.
Lauren Fago, PA-C, LAT, ATC
Ms. Fago is a certified and licensed Physician Associate. She was previously a full-time ATC for Orthopaedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay from 2016-2019, earning an award for Employee of the Year in 2017.
She then returned to school at The University of Tampa for their inaugural Master of Physician Assistant of Medicine program. Upon graduation from the first cohort, she scored in the top percentile of Musculoskeletal System concepts in the nation on the Physician Assistant National Certification Exam.
Travis Fann, PA-C
A Native of Polk County, Travis grew up in Frostproof, Fl. He attended the University of Florida where he received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training. After Graduation from UF, he pursued his master’s degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga.
A combat veteran, he enlisted in the U.S. Army after 9/11 and served 2 tours in Operation Enduring and Iraqi freedom. After completing his military obligation, he pursued his Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Washington where he subsequently worked in the University of Washington Department of Orthopedics Sports Medicine.
Michael Luttrell, FNP-BC
Family Nurse Practitioner – Board Certified
Michael is a California native who honorably served in the US Navy for over 7 years. He spent much of his time in the service working as a Navy Corpsman and Surgical Tech. Michael worked very closely with the US Marines and Navy personnel on ships, including several tours in the Middle East and Southeast Asia regions.
In addition to his dedicated military service, he obtained a bachelor’s degree in health sciences from Trident University. He then continued his education upon completing his certification in nursing and then earning his Nurse Practitioner certification from the University of Hawaii.
After completing his military and educational training Michael joined a growing orthopaedic practice in Hawaii. He worked with a joint replacement surgeon where he co-created and directed the first outpatient total joint program in Hawaii. He joined Orthopaedic Medical Group in the summer of 2022 and will work with Dr. Scott Goldsmith and the total joint team.
In his spare time, he enjoys football, watching movies, walking his dog, and spending time with his wife and children.
Kendall Corbitt, PA-C
Kendall is a Florida native who graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical and Behavioral Health from the University of Central Florida in 2018. After graduation, she worked as a medical scribe and shadowed an Orthopedic group in Orlando until she moved to Tampa to attend USF’s Physician Assistant Program. During her training at USF, she completed two Neurosurgery rotations, one being with Dr. Bauer, and saw the impact spine pathologies have on a patient’s life. This fueled her passion to work as an orthopedic spine PA following graduation.
She enjoys spending her free time traveling and hanging out with her golden retriever Butter