Current ONMM Residents

Crissandra Digges, DO

Medical School: West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine
Family Medicine ResidencyMaine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency


Pronunciation of Dr. Crissandra Digges

Crissandra aspired to be a family medicine physician from a very young age. She earned an undergraduate degree in chemistry from Ohio Wesleyan University. At WVSOM, Crissandra volunteered at a food bank and the local humane society, and participated in a mission trip to provide medical care in remote communities of Ecuador. She was one of two students selected to serve for a year as a graduate teaching assistant in osteopathic principles and practice; during that time she advanced her skills in osteopathic manipulative medicine and participated in research on lymphatic pump techniques in mice. Crissandra enjoys teaching, has a genuine love for osteopathy, and is interested in rural family medicine practice with an osteopathic emphasis. She hopes to provide inpatient osteopathic manipulative treatment wherever she practices to further help self-healing in those hospitalized for various illnesses. When time allows she enjoys cooking, baking, dancing, reading, music, travel, art, and outdoor activities.


Holly Gwozdz, DO

Medical School: University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
Family Medicine ResidencyMaine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency


Pronunciation of Dr. Holly Gwozdz

A Maine native, Holly earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from Bowdoin College and worked as an emergency department scribe prior to entering medical school. During her time at UNECOM she volunteered at a camp for children with Type 1 diabetes and raised money to subsidize the cost of mammograms for women who could not afford them. She graduated from Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency where she was a chief resident. Holly has a strong interest in chronic disease management, disease prevention/health promotion, and osteopathic manipulation. In her spare time she enjoys CrossFit, skiing, tennis, and hiking.


Alecia Lentz, DO

Medical SchoolWestern University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific-Northwest
Family Medicine ResidencyUniversity of Michigan Health-West Family Medicine Residency


Alecia’s journey has always included medicine and she started down the physician path after over a decade of working as a cardiac cath lab technologist. She was drawn to family medicine after she realized she wanted to be a part of preventative health care. Alecia was drawn to osteopathy as she realized how important the mind, body, and spirit connection was to her. During her family medicine residency, she spent time advancing her skills in osteopathic medicine by attending conferences and seeing an osteopathic specific panel of patients. In her free time, Alecia enjoys knitting, quilting, hiking, and rock climbing.


Jenna Martini, DO
Medical SchoolTouro University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Family Medicine ResidencyMarian Regional Medical Center Family Medicine Residency

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Pronunciation of Dr. Jenna Martini

Jenna was born and raised in western Maine and grew up in a log cabin off the grid. She studied biology and psychology at University of Vermont before attending medical school at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Vallejo, California. She attended family medicine residency in Santa Maria, California and then spent five years serving the remote and rural community of Eureka, California as a family physician, site medical director, and family medicine residency faculty. She is thrilled to return to her home state to pursue a deep dive into osteopathic medicine. She loves spending time in nature, playing music, growing food, cooking, and wrangling her two children.


Thomas Pentzer, DO

Medical SchoolPacific Northwest University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine
Family Medicine ResidencyMaine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency

Prior to attending medical school, Tom worked as a hyperbaric technologist and volunteered as a critical incident stress management debriefer and a deputy coroner. He has a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Lewis-Clark State College in Idaho. As a PNWU-COM student, Tom held leadership positions in the American Fascial Distortion Model Association and the Student American Academy of Osteopathy. He completed a year-long pre-doctoral fellowship in osteopathic principles & practice, was recognized for his advocacy of the fascial distortion model, and assisted with editorial work for an FDM textbook. His personal interests include spending time with family, reading, training with kettlebells, disc golf, and listening to podcasts.