Megan Flox, Program Manager
Megan was born and raised in Sandy, Utah. She completed Certified Public Manager training in 2010 and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Philosophy from Utah Valley University in 2013. She joined the University of Utah in 2013 as a coordinator for the Internal Medicine Residency as well as for the Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship. Megan moved to Seattle to join the Graduate Medical Education department at Swedish Medical Center in 2015. In 2017, she became a part of the amazing team at the Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency. Megan is beyond thrilled to be part of a program that so passionately serves its community and aims to make it not only healthier, but more inclusive and just.
Outside the office, Megan is a nerd who enjoys losing herself in the arts, writing in many genres, chipping away at her enormous intersectional feminist book list, drinking questionable quantities of coffee, exploring Seattle, singing terribly at karaoke, and immersing herself in all things related to “The Walking Dead.”
Nancy Coy, senior Medical Education Coordinator
Nancy is a native Seattleite who grew up in the neighborhood of West Seattle. She attended Western Washington University in Bellingham and made that city her home for many years. She has chosen healthcare as her career because it gives her a sense of “giving back” which she finds personally rewarding. She joined Swedish in 1998 as a Coordinator with Clinical Education. In October 2009 Nancy was delighted to become a member of the Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency. She enjoys her daily interactions with the faculty and residents and is proud to be part of this dynamic program. On a personal note Nancy loves spending time with family and friends, sunny days, spending time at Lake Chelan, flowers, books, dishes, laughter, live theater, chocolate, and coffee. You’ll find her in the Starbucks line every morning.
Renee C. Conroy, Administrative Assistant
Renee C. Conroy has been a native of Seattle for over 20 plus years. After being a single mom of two great kids, Renee has attended the local community colleges; Seattle Central and South Seattle Community college working on her degree. She is excited to be starting her final steps of her degree in the upcoming winter quarter. She enjoys providing exceptional service (customer service) as her motto is “that could be me” on the other side receiving the service given. She joined Swedish in 2011 working her way up, from the ER to Main registration and Swedish Colon & Rectal. She brings a variety of skills with her, organization, team work, and positive energy. She is looking forward to working with the faculty, residents, and staff. She has two successful children, a daughter who works for Swedish also, Labor & Delivery, and a son who is an Assistant basketball coach at the UW. Her greatest accomplishment is seeing them flourish as adults and assisting with raising her six grandchildren. You’ll see Renee's smiling face at the front desk to greet you when you come to visit.
Ryan Spady, Medical Education Coordinator
Ryan Spady hails from Juneau, Alaska. He moved to Seattle in 1998. He has been working in the medical education field since 2000. Ryan worked with the Department of Neurology at the University of Washington until December of 2010 where his last position held was as the grand rounds coordinator and assistant to the residency coordinator. He is very happy to have found a new home with Swedish Family Medicine as a Medical Education Coordinator.
In his spare time, Ryan enjoys playing softball in the spring, volleyball in the fall and winter and singing with the Seattle Men’s Chorus throughout the year. He is celebrating his 16th anniversary with the men’s chorus. Every Wednesday Ryan hosts a karaoke show at a local pub in Wallingford. Other hobbies include kayaking, camping and biking and hitting the batting cages. Ryan is quite the foodie and loves Seattle for its eclectic array of restaurants.