You are using an older version of Internet Explorer that is not supported on this site. Please upgrade for the best experience.

Wilderness Medicine Fellows

Dr Ashlee DavisAshlee Davis, MD

Year of Completion: 2022
Medical School: Mercer University School of Medicine, Macon, GA
Residency: Prisma Health-Midlands University, Columbia, SC

Hello there! My name is Ashlee, and I grew up in the humid wilds of south Georgia. I attended UGA for undergrad (go Dawgs!) and Mercer University for medical school. I am currently completing my EM residency training at Prisma Health Upstate in Greenville, SC.

I enjoy many outdoor hobbies including mountain biking, nature photography, and recently, fly fishing. My specific interests in wilderness medicine include all things poisonous or venomous, high altitude pathophysiology, and expedition medicine.

I was drawn to Baystate for a multitude of reasons. The wilderness faculty are highly engaged and the field experiences are top-notch. As an added bonus, western Mass is in close proximity to some breathtakingly gorgeous landscape between the Berkshires, the White Mountains, and the Connecticut River waterways. I’m stoked to train here and can’t wait to begin a new adventure!

Dr Danica ZoldDanica Zold, DO

Year of Completion: 2022
Medical School: Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Vallejo, CA
Residency Program: Jefferson Health Northeast, Philadelphia, PA

Born and raised in Connecticut, I left the East Coast in search of a change in geography and a new adventure. After completing my undergraduate degrees in Spanish and Psychology from Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA, I went on to pursue a Master’s in Public Health and a medical degree as a Doctor of Osteopathy from Touro University- California. The diversity in training that a combined Emergency Medicine / Family Medicine residency would provide lured me back to the East Coast, where I will have completed 5 years at Jefferson Northeast, in Philadelphia PA.

Along the way, I discovered my love for traveling, and need for the outdoors in my life. A trek to Everest Base Camp in October 2018 was the “Ah Ha” event. While Jefferson Northeast has been an amazing place to train, I am eager to embark on my next adventure where I hope to blend my passions for medicine, global health, and the wilderness into a sustainable career. I am thrilled to be joining Baystate as an Emergency Medicine- Wilderness Medicine fellow next year!