Paul Raymond M.D.
Dr. Raymond is a board certified family practice physician as well as a board certified diplomat of sleep medicine. Dr. Raymond was born and raised in the great state of Alaska and has a true passion for patient care.
G. Scott Hackenbruch PA-C
G. Scott Hackenbruch PA-C, BSHS, RRT
Reagan Skinner ANP
Reagan came on board as a provider in November of 2016. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with an Adult Acute Care Nurse Practitioner degree and is certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She has been practicing Sleep Medicine since 2013, and also has a background in general neurology. She started her nursing career in 2002 and previously worked in emergency, critical care, and flight nursing. Reagan is a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. She brings to the practice a strong background in management of sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, and insomnia. Reagan and her husband live in Anchorage. She enjoys camping, fly-fishing, snow shoeing, snowboarding, and exploring everything Alaska has to offer.
Shellie Howard RRT
My name is Shellie Howard, I am a Registered Respiratory Therapist from Salt Lake City, Utah. The first time I came up to Alaska was in 1978 when I was still a very young girl. In 2014 I decided to make Alaska my home. I joined the ASC team in 2019 and have enjoyed working with the great staff and wonderful clientele ever since!
Andrea Nesteby PA-C
Andrea grew up in Utqiagvik, Alaska. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. She obtained her Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies at Pacific University in Hillsboro, Oregon. In her spare time, Andrea enjoys rock-climbing, skiing, and reading.
Jay Schleimer RPSGT
Jay moved to Alaska in 2011 to do sleep studies. He has had the opportunity to work from Juneau to Barrow. Working with people with sleep issues is his passion. He studied humanities in college.
Heather Wollangur RPSGT
Born and raised in Michigan I grew to appreciate and have a passion for the outdoors at a young age – hiking, fishing, and camping are a few of my favorites. Away from work I enjoy spending time with my family, two retrievers.. and chickens of course!
Chris Ratzer RPSGT, RST
I attained my registration in sleep medicine in 1997 while working at All Saints hospital in Ft Worth, Texas. Since then, I have had the privilege of working for and assisting many hospital and free standing sleep lab facilities in building and improving their sleep programs. In 2007 I had the opportunity to join a sleep facility in the great state of Colorado where, for the next five years, I, my wife and young sons enjoyed the great outdoors. We spent nearly every weekend skiing, fishing, hiking, biking and camping. Naturally, when the opportunity came along to move to Alaska, it was not a hard choice for us to make as a family. So, in 2012 we arrived in Wasilla ready to explore the last frontier. It has been my privilege to help and serve the needs of Alaskans suffering from debilitating sleep disorders and participate in the promotion of the improvement of their health, by improving their sleep quality.
Brian Brigman RPSGT
Brian is a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT) that has worked with many different patient populations throughout our great state. He has a great passion for sleep medicine and is dedicated to quality and excellence in his profession. He enjoys spending time hunting, fishing, and going on adventures with wife and four kids.
Ruben McNeill Jr. Director of DME
Ruben McNeill Jr. is the Director of DME for Anchorage Sleep Center. Outpatient respiratory services and obstructive sleep apnea therapy is my passion and expertise. I’ve worked in outpatient respiratory and sleep services for over 20 years. My credentials include a Registry in Respiratory Therapy, an Associates of Applied Science in Respiratory Therapy from Pima Community College in Tucson, AZ, and a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Born and raised in Alaska my hobbies include traveling, reading, and anything outdoor Alaska especially snowmachining, hunting, and fishing.