Emily Glick, MD
Barnard College, Columbia University, AB Biology, 2002
University of Vermont College of Medicine: MD, 2009
University of Vermont College of Medicine/Fletcher Allen Healthcare: Internal Medicine residency, 2012
She is American Board of Internal Medicine Certified
Professional Interests: I am interested in the mind -body connection: how one’s emotional health affects physical health and vice versa. In my pre-medical employment and medical training, I have had additional training in addressing mental health concerns and substance abuse. I am proud to provide medication assisted treatment to people suffering from opioid addiction.
Personal Interests/Hobbies: I enjoy all kinds of music, reading, photography, travel (especially when I get to snorkel), and spending time with family and friends. I also absolutely adore dogs!
Ania Mortier, MSN, APRN, FNP-C
University of Vermont, MSN, Family Nurse Practitioner, 2015
Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
University of Vermont, BS in Nutrition 2007
National Holistic Institute, Certified Massage Therapist, 2001
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Preventive and integrative medicine
Healing Touch Certified (level 2)
I enjoy playing music (upright bass, singing), writing, yoga, nordic skiing, trail running, gardening, hiking, snowboarding and travel and spending time with my son and husband!
William Porter, MD
Brown University School of Medicine, 1992
Contra Costa County Medical Center, Martinez, CA Internship & Residency, 1995
Family Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Care Certified
Will Porter was born in Guantanamo, Cuba in 1962. He lived a largely itinerant life until he settled in Addison County in 1999 where he plans to stay. Will graduated from Middlebury College in 1984 with a degree in English Literature, completed pre-medical studies at Bryn Mawr College, then attended medical school at Brown University. Will completed family medicine residency training in California followed by years practicing each, emergency medicine, rural family practice and palliative and hospice care. Will discovered his “calling” when he became engaged in substance use disorder treatment which has been the sole focus of his medical practice focus since 2014.
Will has two school age daughters who are absolutely the apples of his eye. He lives on a dirt road in Shoreham. As far as he knows, Will is not related to the other William H Porter who founded Porter Hospital in 1925.
Natasha Withers, DO
Natasha graduated from Middlebury College. She attended medical school at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri. She then went on to do her residency in Family Medicine at Beth Israel in New York City, where she served as Chief Resident. After completing residency, she joined the New York office of One Medical Group, an innovative primary care practice, most recently as the National Women’s Health Lead. She is also currently serving as the Medical Director of Primary care services here at Porter.
Natasha is an osteopathic physician by training, which means she incorporates the mind, body, and spirit into every patient encounter. She loves all aspect of primary care and treating the patient as a whole, however she has a particular passion for women’s health. Given her osteopathic background, she is well versed in muscular issues and can offer osteopathic manipulation to her patients when appropriate.
Cassidy Heisler, PA-C
Cassidy grew up on a small organic farm in Starksboro, Vermont before completing her undergraduate degree at Skidmore college and PA school at the University of New England in Portland Maine. She enjoys traveling, hiking, studying dance and spending time with her husband, son and two dogs. As a health care provider, she incorporates preventative and integrative medicine into her practice.
Community Health Team Members:
Community Health Team - See Brochure
Ed Lieberman, M.S., LADC, Behavioral Health Professional. See Brochure
David Hernandez, Dietician - See Brochure