Beth A. Baker
MD, FCCP, DABSM, FACP
Dr. Baker has been in practice in Anchorage since 1982.
Dr. Baker grew up in rural Wisconsin, where her father was a large-animal veterinarian. She attended the University of Wisconsin as an undergraduate and for medical school.
Her internship in Internal Medicine was in Framingham, Massachusetts. Her Internal Medicine residency program was at the University of Connecticut. Her pulmonary fellowship was at the University of Utah. She came to Alaska immediately after her schooling was complete and has been here ever since.
She loves living in Alaska and enjoys on a regular basis, dog mushing, mountain climbing, canoeing and kayaking, the study of birds, plant life and traveling.
Dr. Baker practices Pulmonary Medicine including Sleep Medicine and Critical Care.
Gregory D. Gerboth
MD, FCCP, FACP
Dr. Gregory Gerboth grew up in the northeast then started his westward journey earning his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Wisconsin. He continued his sojourn in Wisconsin where he received his MD from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1987. He also completed his Residency and Fellowship training in Milwaukee at the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals.
Dr. Gerboth then continued to Alaska in 1993 and has practiced here ever since. He limits his practice to Pulmonary Medicine including Sleep Medicine and Critical Care.
RPSGT, RST, President
Shelli started her first sleep laboratory in Alaska in 1998, contracting with various hospitals around the state since that time. There is a good chance that someone you know has been seen in one of her laboratories over the past 18 years.
Shelli graduated from Portland State University in 1992 with a Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Her first job after graduating was working for a sleep center in a Portland, OR hospital where she was charged with working on the transition from pen and paper systems to the new digital systems of the time.
Finding her passion in sleep, she continued her education to earn her RPSGT credential and subsequently worked in every aspect of the sleep field including building laboratories, working for CPAP manufacturers and with DME companies. She started her own company in 1997 and has been taking care of patients in Alaska since 1998.