Suresh M. Khilnani, MD
Medicine has always been a calling for Dr. Khilnani. For him, there is no greater victory, no greater achievement, than to help heal an individual from illness. Patient-centered care is his priority and the driving force of how he approaches medicine. Prior to coming to Valley View in 2015, he spent 25 years in private pulmonology practice in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Pulmonary Associates. He also spent ten years teaching future physicians at Rouro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine.
John Koszuta, MD, MS, FCCP
Dr. Koszuta graduated from Purdue University with degrees in microbiology and biomedical/chemical engineering. Before committing his life to medicine, he worked as a biomedical engineer at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, designing computer software and assisting with physician/technology interfaces. While there, he earned a masters degree in cell physiology and computer applications. He went on to medical school at Indiana University and completed his internship and residency at the University of South Florida in internal medicine. He stayed at the University of South Florida for fellowship training in pulmonary/critical care/sleep and occupational medicine. Dr. Koszuta was in private practice in the panhandle of Florida for the next 19 years, and currently splits his time working at the Mayo Clinic in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and Valley View.
Jenny Queen, PA-C
Jenny Queen has worked at Valley View as a physician assistant (PA) for almost 15 years, most recently as a hospitalist PA, prior to moving to The Lung Center. As a physician assistant, Jenny has the ability to spend time with patients and listens to their needs, helping guide them through their disease process. Jenny is originally from the Roaring Fork Valley and loves being able to practice medicine and raise her family in the same place where she grew up. Jenny graduated from Duke University in 2004 with a master’s degree in health sciences to become a physician assistant.