I am a native Nevadan born and raised in Reno. I attended Galena High School, and graduated as Valedictorian in 1996. I completed my undergraduate coursework at the University of Nevada-Reno and graduated as the Senior Scholar with top honors in the College of Arts and Science. I completed my medical education at the University of Nevada School of Medicine where I finished top of my class and graduated as both the Dean’s Scholar and Regent’s Scholar for the state of Nevada in 2005. From there, I completed my internship in Internal Medicine at the University of Nevada School of Medicine-Reno Campus and was named the Intern of the Year. My anesthesiology residency was completed at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Oregon. I finished residency in 2009 and was awarded the top graduating anesthesia resident at both the University Hospital and the VA hospital. From there, I had the privilege of returning to Reno and serving the community I grew up in.
I became a Diplomat of the American Board of Anesthesiology in 2010. I am a member of the American Society of Anesthesiology and the Nevada State Society of Anesthesiology. I am also a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honors Society. The Nevada Business Magazine has named me a “top physician” in the field of anesthesiology in 2012 and 2013.
I am a Clinical Professor with the University of Nevada School of Medicine and serve as the clerkship coordinator for medical students interested in the field of Anesthesiology. I also serve as an executive committee member for the University of Nevada School of Medicine’s Admissions Committee.
I would like for each of my patient’s to know that I have worked hard and expected excellence in my work and education. As a result, I expect to give each patient I am privileged to care for, the highest quality and individualized attention they deserve. I want people to feel confident that I will achieve the best possible outcome for him or her, and ensure that their comfort is my number one priority.
Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to care for you or your family member!
Christian Hodach, DO
Born in Reno and raised in Gardnerville, I am thrilled to return to the area I grew up in. My medical career began in the US Navy where I served 5 years as a Hospital Corpsman and Medical Lab Tech. During my time as an active-duty member, I completed my undergraduate coursework in Social Psychology, graduating summa cum laude from Park University. I also graduated at the top of my class in the US Navy Medical Laboratory Technician School in Bethesda, MD. After my honorable discharge, I attended the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, graduating in 2008.
My residency training in anesthesiology was completed in St. Louis, MO at Des Peres Hospital, SLU Hospital, and Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital. After residency, I had the opportunity to build practices in North Carolina and Colorado before returning to Reno.
I am board certified in Anesthesiology and I am a member of the American Osteopathic College of Anesthesiologists (AOCA) as well as the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). My clinical interests include regional anesthesia, postoperative nausea and vomiting, and anxiety disorders.
I take pride in tailoring every anesthetic medication and treatment to provide the best care and outcome. I look forward to the privilege to care for you or a family member.
Sara Metcalf, MD
Originally an Oregon Native, I relocated to Reno, Nevada just before starting my undergraduate education at the University of Nevada Reno, where I received a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology with minors in Italian studies and Spanish in 1995. I continued on with the University of Nevada School of Medicine where I received my degree in medicine in 2000. I did my Internship with the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Nevada School of Medicine in Reno, where I received the Intern of the Year award. I returned to Oregon for my anesthesiology residency at Oregon Health and Sciences University and finished in 2004. I then decided to return to Reno and begin my private practice career in anesthesia.
I became a diplomat for the American Board of Anesthesiology in 2005. I am a member of the American Society of Anesthesiology and the Nevada State Society of Anesthesiology. I am also a clinical instructor in Anesthesiology for the University of Nevada School of Medicine.
I enjoy the discipline of anesthesia and the diversity if offers. I feel fortunate to have the education I have to care for my patients, and I have high standards for the care I deliver, not just during the intraoperative period but, throughout the perioperative experience.
Mike Neville, MD
I grew up in Walnut Creek, CA and earned my Bachelor’s degree at UCLA. In 1991 I moved to North Carolina to attend medical school at Wake Forest University where I met my wife, Dr Cheryl McNeil, a neurologist, who is from Raleigh, NC. I graduated in the top 5 in my class and was named to the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society. I stayed at Wake Forest for my residency where I served as Chief Resident. We moved to San Francisco in 1999 where Cheryl did a fellowship at UCSF and I did a fellowship in Cardiac Anesthesiology at Stanford. While in San Francisco our son was born, and we returned to Raleigh to be near Cheryl’s family. I joined a large private practice in Raleigh in 2000 where I provided a wide range of anesthesiology services.
I became Board Certified in 2000 and I was the first member of the practice certified in transesophageal echocardiography (TEE), a critical portion of modern cardiac surgery. I also became one of the earliest users of ultrasound for peripheral nerve blocks for orthopedic surgery. I began devoting a larger portion of my practice to outpatient orthopedic anesthesia. In 2015 I was appointed the Director of Anesthesia at the largest surgery center in Raleigh, Capital City Surgery Center. During my time as Director the center achieved subspecialty certification in both total joint replacement and spine surgery and was named the number one surgery center in NC by US News.
With my children both out of the house, and my mother living in Incline Village, my wife and I jumped at the opportunity for me to join the staff at ROSC in 2021. I look forward to having the opportunity to care for you and your family at ROSC.
Matt Shiveley, MD
There’s that song, “I’ve Been Everywhere” made popular by Johnny Cash. I sure haven’t been ALL those places – but darn close.
I grew up in Colorado with yearly summer trips to Nebraska and Wyoming; graduated high school and college in Oregon; graduate school in Northern California; medical school in Virginia; internship back in Oregon; residency in Washington and have been in private practice for over 15 years. I am excited to practice here at ROC in Reno with such a positive, enthusiastic and skilled team.
No matter where you live or where you are from, what you do for work or what you believe – you have a story and things that make you unique. Same thing when it comes to you and your medical history.
This is precisely what makes my job as your anesthesiologist so interesting and complex! Everybody needs and deserves an anesthesia plan tailored to their unique cognitive, physiologic and pharmacologic demands.
Before any procedure or surgery you have, I will thoroughly review your medical chart. I will make every attempt to consult with you prior to your day of surgery. Based on this and your planned surgical procedure, I will formulate an anesthesia plan that is best suited for YOU.
Any surgery or procedure can be stressful, anxiety provoking and sometimes downright scary to contemplate and consider.Know that I strive to provide compassionate, evidence based anesthetic care of the highest quality.I’ll do my best for you.
Shelli Tiller, MD
I am a 3rd generation Nevada Native, born in Reno and a graduate of Reno High School in 1991. I completed my undergraduate coursework at the University of California at Davis with a B.S. in Physiology and a minor in Mathematics in 1995. I returned to Reno and earned my M.D. from the University of Nevada School of Medicine in 2000. Following medical school, I continued my intern year in Internal Medicine at the University of Nevada School of Medicine and then returned to UC Davis to complete my residency training in Anesthesiology in 2005. I returned to my hometown in 2005 to begin my private practice career.
I became a Diplomat of the American Board of Anesthesiology in 2010. I am a member of the American Society of Anesthesiology and the Nevada State Society of Anesthesiology. I am also a clinical instructor in Anesthesiology for the University of Nevada School of Medicine.