Cody Tipton, MD

Cody Tipton was raised in the suburbs of Seattle, WA, where he developed
his love of the Pacific Northwest’s crystal lakes, lush evergreens, and
breathtaking cascades.  Chasing his first love, baseball, through Arizona
to a collegiate scholarship in Northwest Missouri, Cody found his true
love, Ashley.  They continued their journey East to Howard University where
Cody completed his medical school degree, returning home to Seattle for
residency at the University of Washington.

Cody, Ashley, and their children Cohen and Sloane are excited to experience
all of the wonders Taos has to offer during their year here.  After
fellowship, the Tipton’s aspire to find a practice in the Mountain West or
Northwest, reuniting with their golden-doodle Emmitt.


Stephen O’Neil, DO

Steve O’Neil was born and raised in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He completed his undergraduate degree at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama where he graduated Summa Cum Laude in Biomedical Sciences. While attending Auburn, Dr. O’Neil spent his summers working as a horse wrangler on ranches in Colorado and Wyoming. He then attended medical school at Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia where he graduated with honors. After medical school, Steve completed his Orthopaedic Residency training at Metro Health-University of Michigan Health in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In his spare time, he enjoys skiing, biking, and hiking with his wife, Michelle, his daughter, Ellis, and their chocolate lab, Beau.


Harrison Lakehomer, DO

Harrison Lakehomer was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon.  He went to
Amherst College for his undergraduate education where he ran track and
cross country.  He then returned to the Northwest for medical school where
he attended Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences.  He completed
his residency at McLaren Greater Lansing hospital in Lansing, Michigan and
is excited to continue his training with a year of sports medicine in
Taos.  In his free time, he enjoys running, hiking, golfing, and skiing.