Graduate Medical Education

Program Leadership and Faculty

EM Anderson
Molly Mulflur, MD, FAAEM
Program Director/Emergency Ultrasound
Molly Mulflur, MD, received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Bryn Mawr College and an MD from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine and fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound at Temple University. Dr. Mulflur went on to develop the Point of Care Ultrasound program at Jefferson Northeast in Philadelphia, PA as Director of Emergency Ultrasound and Emergency Ultrasound Education. She has joined the St. Luke’s system to build the Emergency Medicine Residency at the Anderson Campus. She lives in Bethlehem with her husband, two young kids, and very naughty dog.
Colin Donnelly, DO
Associate Program Director/MS Medical and Healthcare Simulation
Dr. Donnelly completed his undergraduate medical training at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and his residency at Lehigh Valley Hospital. After completing his training, Dr. Donnelly worked in a high-volume Emergency Department in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area for over 4 years. He returned to the Lehigh Valley to pursue his passion for medical education and to raise a family. His specific academic interest is simulation-based education and he has developed a longitudinal Sim curriculum for the residency program. Outside the hospital, he spends most of his time chasing around his two daughters and goldendoodle. “I live for day trips to the beach with my family and afternoons on the golf course!” Dr. Donnelly is the Director of Simulation Education as well as Core Faculty for the EM residency.
Abby White, DO
Anderson Campus Department of Medicine Chair
Dr. White completed her medical training at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and her residency in Emergency Medicine at St. Luke’s University Hospital – Bethlehem. She has been an integral part of the St. Luke’s system since graduation and has been primarily based out of the Anderson Campus since the hospital opened in 2011. Dr. White serves as core faculty to the emergency medicine residency and was recently named the Anderson Campus Department of Medicine Chair. Dr. White's interests include physician wellness and improving department triage and communication processes. When she is not caring for patients, Dr. White enjoys coaching youth basketball and softball, exercising with Peloton, and traveling with her family to Disney World and various beach destinations. Dr. White currently lives in Lower Nazareth with her husband and three children.
John Wilson, MD
Director of Emergency Medicine Anderson Campus/Core Faculty
Dr. Wilson began his tenure at St. Luke’s seven years ago as a resident and has called the Network home ever since. Dr. Wilson completed his undergraduate degree at Clearwater Christian College in Florida and then worked for two years in Neuroscience Research at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He graduated from the St. Louis University School of Medicine in Missouri where he discovered that the blend of the hands-on and challenging aspects of emergency medicine fit him so perfectly that it became his specialty. He resides in the Nazareth area with his wife and three children, is very active in his church and enjoys participating in sports and experiencing the outdoors.
Rebecca Pequeno, MD, FACEP
Network Chair of Emergency Medicine/Core Faculty
Dr. Pequeno was born at St. Luke’s Hospital and grew up in the Lehigh Valley. She earned her undergraduate degree at Juniata College and is a graduate of Temple University School of Medicine. Dr. Pequeno completed her Emergency Medicine Residency at St. Luke’s University Health Network and served as chief resident in her final year. She spent three years at Easton Hospital where she earned the title of assistant director of the Emergency Department. Upon returning to St. Luke’s in 2007, Dr. Pequeno assumed a clinical role with a focus on working with local EMS providers. In 2011, she became the director of Emergency Medicine at St. Luke’s Anderson Campus. Dr. Pequeno is the co-chair of the Network Emergency Management Committee and sits on the Executive Board of the Eastern PA EMS council. In 2014 she was appointed chairman of St. Luke’s University Health Network Emergency Services. Dr. Pequeno lives in Bethlehem with her husband Pete and her daughter Katelyn.
Kim Kwai, MD
Core Faculty/Medical Toxicology
Dr. Kim Kwai received a B.A. in Asian Studies at Barnard College. She continued on to earn her medical degree from Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, finish an Emergency Medicine residency at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, and complete a medical toxicology fellowship at University of California, Davis. In her free time, she enjoys both creative and geeky endeavors, all while being chased by her partially blind dog. Dr. Kwai serves as one of three network Toxicologists and is core faculty at Anderson.
Bryan Wilson, MD
Core Faculty/EMS
Bryan Wilson, MD, completed an EMS Fellow at Cooper University Health Care. He graduated from the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark, NJ and completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at St. Luke's University Health Network in Bethlehem, PA. He has been an EMT in various capacities since 2005 and actively maintains his EMT certification. Outside of medicine, Bryan is an active member of the Boy Scouts of America, loves to hike, ski, and enjoy craft beer. After completion of his fellowship in June 2018, he returned home to St. Luke’s to join the residency faculty as well as to build a new EMS fellowship program for the health system.
Jennifer Irick, MD
Core Faculty
Dr. Irick grew up in Saratoga Springs, NY, and moved to Florida for undergraduate and medical school. She completed medical school at The University of South Florida and a residency in Emergency Medicine at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC before moving to the Lehigh Valley where she and her husband Mike are both EM physicians at St. Luke’s. In her spare time, Dr. Irick enjoys hiking, skiing, kayaking, visiting wineries, and spending time with family. She will serve as core faculty for the emergency medicine residency.
Darin Agresti, DO
Core Faculty
Dr. Agresti, a New York native, resides in Nazareth, Pennsylvania with his wife, two sons and dog. After completing his residency at St. Luke’s Hospital Bethlehem, he made the Lehigh Valley his permanent home, continuing with St. Luke’s as an attending physician. In his time away from the emergency room, he enjoys hiking, running, skiing, biking and gardening all with his two toddler boys in tow. He brings his love for family, fitness and health to his work as a physician by counseling patients and leading by example. Dr. Agresti will share his love of teaching as core faculty to the emergency medicine residency.
Michael Irick, MD
Core Faculty
Michael Irick was born and raised in Quakertown, Pennsylvania. He attended Penn State University where he majored in biomedical engineering. He moved to Florida in 2010 to attend medical school at The University of South Florida where he met and ultimately married his wife Jennifer. He and his wife completed their emergency medicine residency training at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina before moving to the Lehigh Valley in 2018. He enjoys attending live sporting events, hiking, kayaking and skiing in his time outside of the emergency department. Dr. Irick will serve as core faculty to the emergency medicine residency.