Dr. Steven Hull grew up in southern Illinois where he completed his undergraduate work at the University of Illinois, in Champaign, attended medical school at the Southern Illinois University in Springfield and performed his internship and residency at St. Francis Medical Center, University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria, Illinois. Dr. Hull then moved to Kansas City to do a fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine from the Kansas University School of Medicine.
Dr. Hull made Kansas City his permanent home when he went to work for Kaiser Permanente. While with Kaiser Permanente, Dr. Hull served as Chief of Internal Medicine, Director of Quality/Risk Management, Director of the Sleep Disorders Clinic and then Associate Medical Director for Kaiser Permanente Medical Group of Mid-America. During those years, Dr. Hull went back to school and was awarded a certificate in the Executive Education Program from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Hull eventually left Kaiser Permanente to pursue his passion in sleep medicine and came to work for SomniTech in 2000 as Medical Director, working specifically with patients who had sleep disorders. Since then, Dr. Hull has been elected as President of SomniTech and also partners with Vince and Associates where he serves as the Director or Sleep Disorders and Vaccine Research where he spends the majority of his time. In his spare time, you may find Dr. Hull out on a golf course or enjoying time on his boat.
Dr. Scott Eveloff is a native of Kansas City. He completed his undergrad and medical school from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. His internship, residency and both fellowships (in critical care and pulmonary medicine) were performed at the Rhode Island Hospital in Providence Rhode Island. Dr. Eveloff remained in Rhode Island where he worked as a staff attending physician for 4 years and then became Associate Director of the Sleep Disorders Lab at Rhode Island Hospital.
Dr. Eveloff returned to Kansas City in 1994 and began his career with Research Medical Center where he eventually became the Director of the Sleep Disorders Center at Research Medical Center. In 2004. Dr. Eveloff left Research and came to work at SomniTech and assumed the position of the Medical Director of the Iowa sleep labs. Dr. Eveloff also serves as a physician and sub-investigator at Vince and Associates Clinical Research in Overland Park. When Dr. Eveloff is not working, he is busy spending time with his family and writing articles and books.
Dr. Friskel grew up in Frontenac, Kansas. Once he graduated high school, Dr. Friskel attended Pittsburg State University and then headed off to Kansas University where he completed his medical school training and residency. Dr. Friskel continued his education at the University of Florida College of Medicine where he did fellowships in both pulmonary and critical care medicine and sleep medicine.
Dr. Friskel returned to the Midwest in 2003, worked for Kansas City Pulmonary Clinic at Research Medical Center. He joined Midwest Sleep Specialists in 2006 where he now serves as Medical Director for SomniTech’s Lee’s Summit, Northland and Lawrence sleep labs.
Jon is an Iowa native, who began his career in sleep disorders medicine in 2001 as a sleep technologist. Working in both the hospital and independent lab setting, he went on to obtain credentialing as a registered polysomnographic technologist. Jon later graduated from Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa with a bachelor’s degree and graduated from Des Moines University’s Physician Assistant Program in Des Moines, Iowa.
In 2006, Jon came to work for somniTech as our Physician Assistant under the direct supervision of our Medical Director, Scott Eveloff, M.D. During Jon’s time off, you may find him in the Emergency Room helping others or on the golf course trying for that hole in one. However, Jon’s biggest passion is spending time with the family and playing in the back yard with his 3 children.
Elmira College, B.A.
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Medical School: University of Oklahoma- College of Medicine, Completed: 1973
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Dr. Jana Loveless grew up in Lubbock, Texas and completed her undergraduate work at Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina. She attended OU-Tulsa for medical school and Internal Medicine residency. She was chief resident in 2003-2004.
Dr. Loveless made Tulsa, Oklahoma her home in 1990. She worked for Springer Clinic and Warren Clinic and had both inpatient and outpatient clinic duties. In 2010 she joined Nocturna and trained under Dr. Kevin Lewis. Dr. Loveless is currently the Medical Director for Nocturna of Tulsa. She took the American Board of Internal Medicine, Sleep medicine exam in Nov. of 2011.