The physician faculty of the program includes 7 board-certified family physicians, including the program director. As a group, the faculty come from very diverse private practice backgrounds and have deep roots in the community. All faculty remain active in patient care in both inpatient and outpatient settings and share call equally.
Victoria A. Brown, M.D.
Dr. Brown is a native of Southern California. She graduated from U.C. San Diego with a B.A. in Animal Physiology and then received her M.D. from the UCLA School of Medicine. Dr. Brown completed her family practice residency at U.C. Irvine where she served as chief resident. She is board certified in Family Medicine. Before joining the WellSpan faculty, Dr. Brown spent seven years in private practice in the Lebanon Valley. She enjoys all aspects of family medicine, particularly obstetrics.
In her leisure time, Dr. Brown likes to travel, read, and spend time with her husband, daughter and son.
Aaron B. Lane, MD
Medical Director of Family Support
Dr. Lane is originally from Kansas and lived there until he went to Grinnell College in Iowa where he was a Comparative World Religions major. He has always been fascinated by the human condition as well as the sciences. For him, medicine was a natural bridging of these two interests.
Ever since he first entertained the idea of being a doctor, family medicine was the only specialty that integrated his vision of the ideal physician. He is happy to say that all of the expectations and idealism he had for family medicine were met and surpassed by his experiences to date. He felt lucky to have found a residency where the faculty, administration and co-residents were not only committed to the quality of his education, but also to his personal growth and well-being. In fact, he loved the program so much that he joined the Good Samaritan faculty after his graduation!
Randy G. Litman, DO
DME/ Program Director
Dr. Litman is a native of Philadelphia, Pa. He is credentialed as a public school teacher, taught for eight years, and holds lifetime certifications in two states and is credentialed in three subject areas. Prior to medical school, he worked in industry, and was distinguished as a Senior Applications Engineer and section manager.
Since completion of medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, he earned board certifications by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians, the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine, and the American Osteopathic Board of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine.
Elizabeth Muhiire-Ntaki, MD
Medical Director, Lebanon Family Health
Dr. Muhiire-Ntaki was born and raised in Uganda. She completed her last year of high school in Malvern, Great Britain, then went to medical school in Prague, Czech Republic.
She completed Family Medicine Residency at Indiana University in Indianapolis before joining the faculty at WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital in Lebanon, PA.
She enjoys the wide scope that comes with family medicine and especially enjoys obstetrics. In her spare time, Dr. Muhiire-Ntaki enjoys cooking, traveling and reading; and is an avid Colts fan.
Byard Yoder, MD
Residency Medical Education Committee, Chair
Dr. Yoder graduated from the Medical College of Virginia after completing a B.S. in chemistry at Eastern Mennonite College in Harrisonburg, Virginia. He trained in Family and Community Medicine, eventually serving as chief resident, at Roanoke Memorial Hospital in Virginia. Prior to joining the Good Samaritan program, he was in private practice for 8 years and worked for a private psychiatric hospital.
Dr. Yoder is board certified by the American Board of Family Practice and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He enjoys all aspects of family medicine with special interest in office procedures.
Dr. Yoder and his wife, Judy, are parents to two adult sons and a large golden retriever. He spends his non-work time gardening, biking, hiking and occasionally dancing.
Jane Zendarski, DO
Jane Zendarski grew up in a northeastern Pennsylvania coal-mining town named for the Native Americans that settled there. She is a coal-miner’s granddaughter, a mailman’s daughter and a teamster’s sister. She was a physician assistant before becoming a doctor.
Her interests include skin maladies, acupuncture, doctor-patient relationship, spirituality in medicine and prevention of physician burnout. She enjoys short term medical mission trips to developing countries.
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