Olympic Internal Medicine, Inc., P.S.

Frederick H. Dore Jr., M.D. is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine.  Dr. Dore was born and raised in Seattle, Washington.  He received a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1980 from the University of Washington in Seattle. He graduated from medical school in 1984 from St. Louis University and completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Portsmouth Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia.  Dr. Dore began his medical career in 1988 as a staff  internist at Bremerton Naval Hospital, achieving the rank of lieutenant commander and later joined Group Health Cooperative where he worked as a consulting internist from 1991-1995.  Dr. Dore established his private practice in August, 1995 when he joined Dr. William Seal and Dr. Gary Gretch in Bremerton, Washington.  In 1996 Dr. Dore, along with his partners Dr. William Seal and Dr. Gary Gretch, formed Olympic Internal Medicine Associates.  The group merged with Kitsap Internal Medicine Associates at the end of 2009 and is now known as Olympic Internal Medicine, Inc., P.S..  Dr. Dore’s member affiliations include: the American College of Physicians, Washington State Medical Association, and the Kitsap County Medical Society.  He has multiple times been named as one of the “Top Docs” in Kitsap County by Checkbook Magazine, is an advanced cardiac life support instructor, has received the 2007 American Red Cross Heroes Award for medical rescue and has served on the Medical Quality Assurance Commission for the State of Washington for 12 years.  Dr. Dore is married and has three children.  In his spare time he enjoys boating, skiing and spending time with his family.     

Gary Gretch, M.D. is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine.  Dr. Gretch was born and raised in Montana.  He received a Bachelor of Science in both Biology and Chemistry in 1983 from the College of Great Falls in Great Falls, Montana.  He received his Medical degree in 1987 from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Oregon.  Dr. Gretch began his medical career in 1990 as Chief Resident in Internal Medicine at Oregon Health Sciences University and established his private practice in 1991 by joining Dr. William Seal in Bremerton, Washington.  In 1996 Dr. Gretch, along with his partners Dr. Frederick Dore Jr. and Dr. William Seal, formed Olympic Internal Medicine Associates.  The group merged with Kitsap Internal Medicine Associates at the end of 2009 and is now known as Olympic Internal Medicine, Inc., P.S.  Dr. Gretch’s member affiliations include:  the American College of Physicians, Alpha Omega Alpha, Washington State Medical Association and the Kitsap County Medical Society.  In his spare time he enjoys kayaking, hiking, cross country skiing, and other outdoor activities.    

M. Ryan Gross, M.D. is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine and a member of the American College of Physicians. Dr. Gross was born and raised in Indiana.  He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University in 1984, and received his Medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine in 1988.  Dr. Gross completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the U.S. Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, Virginia, where he served as Chief of Residents from 1992 to 1993.  Dr. Gross spent 7 years in the Navy ending his career as Lieutenant Commander.  After leaving the Navy, Dr. Gross spent 5 years with Group Health Cooperative in Bremerton as a hospitalist, and served as Clinic Chief in Internal Medicine for two years.  In 2000, Dr. Gross was asked to join Kitsap Internal Medicine Associates to assume the private practice of retiring physician Dr. David Hennes.  After nine years of successful private practice at Kitsap Internal Medicine Associates, Dr. Gross along with his colleague, Dr. Charles Woodman, joined Doctors' Frederick Dore Jr., Gary Gretch and Michael Steele to form a new group practice, Olympic Internal Medicine, Inc., P.S. in November, 2009.  Dr. Gross and his wife are the parents of two grown sons, and in his free time he serves as an elder in his church and as chairman of the school board of Covenant High School in Tacoma.

Mary R. Hutton Eyer, ARNP is a board certified Adult Nurse Practitioner. Ms. Eyer was born and raised in the Midwest before coming to Washington in 1979. She earned her RN from Penninsula College in Pt. Angeles in 1982. As an RN she worked initially in Critical Care at Harrison Medical Center from 1982-1986. She went on to work as a Rounds Nurse at the hospital for Kitsap Cardiology Consultants for 18 years. Following this rewarding career, she went to work for Group Health Cooperative as a Case Manager in Internal Medicine, then as a Home Health and Hospice nurse. This job enabled her to return to school and obtain her Masters of Science degree from Seattle Pacific University. She earned her ARNP certification in 2012 and began working as a Primary Care Provider at Port Hadlock Medical Center, a small rural community clinic. She enjoys her service there, but is very excited to return to Kitsap and serve her local community at Olympic Internal Medicine.  Her many years in a variety of health care settings and levels has led Ms. Eyer to have a unique appreciation for her client’s individual needs and desires to manage their personal health care. She actively works with patients to develop a plan of care that works for them, while applying the principles of evidence-based medicine and knowledge of recent research. She is active in the West Sound Advanced Practice Association and has served in multiple capacities in local and state-wide professional associations. Mary is married and has two grown children. She enjoys hiking, kayaking, gardening, travel and service in her church and community.

Shafeen Rahman, M.D.  is a board eligible Internal Medicine physician who recently finished his Internal Medicine residency in October, 2016. Dr. Rahman is scheduled to take his Internal Medicine boards in August, 2017. Dr. Rahman was born in Bronx, New York and raised in Vancouver, Canada. Dr. Rahman received his Medical degree in 2013 from St. George’s University School of Medicine and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai in Elmhurst, New York. Dr. Rahman will be establishing his private practice in April, 2017 by joining physicians Frederick Dore, Gary Gretch, M. Ryan Gross, Michael Steele, and Nurse Practitioner, Mary Hutton Eyer of Olympic Internal Medicine, Inc., P.S.

Dr. Rahman most recently resided in Blaine, Washington where he has family ties. In his free time he enjoys hiking, camping, cooking Indian cuisine, and spending time with his family. Dr. Rahman is looking forward to building a successful outpatient internal medicine practice that will serve the Kitsap community for many years.

Michael B. Steele, M.D. is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine.  Born in Anchorage, Alaska and raised in Western Washington, Dr. Steele received his Medical degree in 2002 from Loma Linda University and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, California.  He began his medical career in 2007 working as a staff internist for the Department of the Navy at Naval Hospital Bremerton.  In November 2009, Dr. Steele established his private practice by joining physicians Frederick Dore, Jr., Gary Gretch, M. Ryan Gross, and Dr. Charles Woodman of Olympic Internal Medicine, Inc., P.S. in Bremerton, Washington.  Dr. Steele has active privileges at Harrison Medical Center and his member affiliations include the American College of Physicians, Washington State Medical Association, Kitsap County Medial Society and the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society.  He has a special interest in clinical endocrinology.  Dr. Steele and his wife currently reside in the Bremerton area, where they hope to stay for years to come.