Graham A. Glass, MD
Dr. Graham A. Glass is Board Certified in Neurology and specializes in movement disorders and sleep medicine. He is the only fellowship trained Movement Disorders specialist in the state of Alaska providing care to Parkinson’s disease patients, patients with dystonia and other movement disorders. He is also Board Certified in Sleep Medicine and his areas of sleep interest include Obstructive Sleep Apnea, restless legs syndrome (RLS), periodic limb movements, central sleep apnea and other sleep-related breathing syndromes, insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, parasomnias and other sleep-related movement disorders.
Dr. Glass earned a medical degree at the University of Texas in San Antonio. He completed a medical internship and neurology residency at Tufts-St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Boston, a movement disorders fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and a Sleep Medicine Practice Pathway at UCSF Medical Center where he practiced until 2013. Dr. Glass is a member of numerous professional societies, including the American Academy of Neurology, International Movement Disorders Society and American Academy of Sleep Medicine. He is also currently serving as Secretary for the Alaska State Medical Association.
Robert Lada, MD
Dr. Lada has been practicing medicine since graduating from Case Western Reserve Medical School in Cleveland, Ohio in 1993. After completing a residency in Neurology at University Hospitals of Cleveland (1997) and a fellowship in Neurocritical care at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation (1998) he went to practice in Akron, Ohio as medical director of Cerebrovascular medicine at Summa Health Systems and medical director of the Ohio Sleep Clinic.
In 2008, he relocated to Anchorage Alaska to take over the directorship of the Providence Alaska Medical Center sleep lab and to help establish a cerebrovascular center at PAMC including a tele-stroke service. He is the current Director of Neurosciences at PAMC and is Board Certified in Neurology, Vascular Neurology and Sleep Medicine.
Marci Troxell, DO
Dr. Troxell is Board Certified in Neurology and fellowship trained in Electrophysiology. She earned her medical degree at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, and completed her neurology residency and electrophysiology fellowship at Baylor University Hospital in Houston.
Born and raised in Alaska, Dr. Troxell returned home in 2009 to provide care to patients in her home state.
Ross Dodge, MD
Pediatric Sleep Specialist
Dr. Ross William Dodge is board certified in Internal Medicine and Sleep Medicine and is the current Medical Director for Sleep Medicine at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. He sees a full range of patients with sleep disorders, however, his area of clinical focus is pediatric sleep medicine with special emphasis on sleep disordered breathing (e.g., sleep apnea), parasomnias and insomnia disorders. He is actively involved in continuing education and provides regular lectures on sleep disorders for primary care clinics. He has a strong interest in student education and supports regular teaching rounds for Internal Medicine and Sleep Disorders. He has received multiple teaching honors including consecutive “Resident of the Year Awards”, “WSU Academy of Medicine Outstanding Resident Award” and the “Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism & Excellence in Teaching Award”.
Dr. Dodge went to medical school at the Medical College of Virginia, VCU Campus and completed an internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Boonshoft School of Medicine / Wright Patterson AFB Medical Center. After graduation he completed a fellowship in Sleep Disorders Medicine at Wilford Hall Medical Center at the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium. He is active in several medical societies to include the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and American College of Physicians (ACP). In addition to the practice of medicine he has a passionate interest in backcountry skiing in the winter and trout fishing in the summer.
Nancy Felton, ANP
Nancy Felton is an ANP (advanced nurse practitioner), board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Adult Psychiatric Nursing. She began her nursing education at Lankenau Hospital School of Nursing in Philadelphia, PA, graduating with a diploma in nursing as a registered nurse. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1990, a Master of Science in Nursing, focusing on psychiatric/mental health nursing in 1996 and a Post-Master’s Certificate in the Family Nurse Practitioner program in 2008 at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Her nursing career path has taken her from Duke University Medical Center in North Carolina, to Denver, Colorado and then to Alaska where she has worked in Anchorage, Seward, Nome and Bethel. Her primary places of employment as an ANP have been at the Student Health Center at UAA and the VA where she practiced both in Social & Behavioral Health and Primary Care.
Nancy believes her background in both physical health and mental health is a perfect fit for sleep medicine. Sleep disorders have multiple effects on an individual’s health and overall well being. She looks forward to working with her patients to help them sleep and feel better and improve their health.