Meet our Surgical team
Morris Johnson, MD, is a board-certified general, thoracic and vascular surgeon with advanced training in laparoscopic surgery at Skagit Regional Clinics. Dr. Johnson is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He served an internal medicine residency at University of Utah and a general surgery residency at Virginia Mason Hospital.
Steven Lee, MD, is a general surgeon with Skagit Regional Clinics Surgery - Mount Vernon. He joined the staff in 2012 and is board certified. He received his medical education at Tufts University in Boston and completed his general surgery residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. His specialty areas include upper and lower endoscopy, hernias, gallbladder, breast, laparoscopic surgery and varicose veins.
Bruce Skinner, MD, is a board-certified general vascular and thoracic surgeon with Skagit Regional Clinics. He is a graduate of University of Louisville School of Medicine and served a general surgery residency at Virginia Mason Hospital. His specialty areas include endoscopic, abdominal, thoracic surgery, cancer surgery, vascular reconstructive surgery, with special interest in breast pathology.
Michael Erie, MD, is a board-certified general, vascular and thoracic surgeon with Skagit Regional Clinics in Mount Vernon. He graduated from New York Medical College and served a surgery residency at University of Illinois College of Medicine. Dr. Erie's specialty areas include endoscopic, abdominal/thoracic surgery, cancer surgery and vascular reconstructive surgery.
Joshua Hawkins, MD, is a general, vascular and trauma and critical care surgeon with Skagit Regional Clinics. Dr. Hawkins is a graduate of New York Medical College. He served a general surgery internship and residency at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle.
Edwin Chang, MD is a plastic, reconstructive and hand surgeon with Skagit Regional Clinics. He is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. He completed his medical degree at University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor and completed his plastic and reconstructive residency training at University of Michigan Health System, also in Ann Arbor. Dr. Chang's special interests include facial reconstruction after skin cancer removal, cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery and body contouring.