Meet Our Team
Megan Dunay, MD
Dr. Dunay is a Board-Certified Geriatrician and Family Physician, with extensive experience in Geriatric Primary Care, Geriatric Specialty Consultation, Home-Based Primary Care, Palliative Care, and Skilled Nursing Facility Medical Direction. She is Medical Director of the Idaho State Veterans Home – Boise, where she has served throughout the COVID pandemic. She and her team published an important study describing their efforts to provide intravenous antivirals in the nursing home setting during the worst period of the outbreak at the Veterans Home (Pre-Hospital Administration of Remdesivir During a Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) Outbreak in a Skilled Nursing Facility - PubMed (washington.edu)). She is the managing member of Keystone Center for Geriatrics, and serves as Medical Director of Keystone Health, and Associate Medical Director of Keystone Hospice.
Dr. Dunay hails from the Appalachian Mountains of southwest Virginia. She studied Chemistry and Religion as an undergraduate at Duke University. She attended the University of Virginia School of Medicine, where she was a member of the Generalist Scholars Program, earning a Master of Public Health Degree, and was inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society. She attended the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho, where she served as Chief Resident and received the Resident Teacher Award her senior year. She completed her Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine at the Mountain Area Health Education Center of the University of North Carolina, where she completed a research study on Geriatric Patient Health Activation and participated in the American Medical Directors Association Geriatric Futures Program.
Following Fellowship, Dr. Dunay and her husband returned to Idaho, for their love of the outdoors and the people. She worked at the Boise VAMC as an Academic Geriatrician, Medical Director of the Community Living Center, and Acting Chief of Medicine. She was ultimately promoted to regional Director of Rehabilitation and Geriatrics for Veterans Integrated Service Area 20 (Pacific NW). When COVID struck, Dr. Dunay pivoted from her administrative role in the VA to direct patient care by joining the Keystone Family. She maintains an academic appointment with the University of Washington, allowing her to teach Medical Students, Residents and Geriatric Medicine Fellows at patient’s bedsides.
Through the pandemic she has served on the Idaho Governor’s Long Term Care Strike Force, the Idaho Crisis Standards of Care Activation Committee, the State of Idaho Disaster Medical Advisory Committee, and has spearheaded the ECHO Idaho COVID educational programs (COVID-19 Program - ECHO (uidaho.edu)), including a program focused on COVID treatment in nursing homes (COVID-19 Safety for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care from ECHO Idaho (uidaho.edu)).
Dr. Dunay and her husband have one son who is joyful delight. The family plays golf and tennis, swims, bikes, camps and skis. Dr. Dunay also enjoys reading and writing, especially poetry.
Caitlin Mohr, MD
Dr. Mohr received her medical degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha where she stayed and completed her residency in Internal Medicine. She then completed her fellowship training in Geriatrics at Oregon Health Science University in Portland.
A Boise native, Dr. Mohr returned to Idaho and worked at the Boise VA for the first six years of her career. During her tenure, she cared for older adults across the entire spectrum of inpatient, outpatient, home-based, and post-acute care. She has a clinical appointment at the University of Washington and enjoys teaching clinical learners.
As a double board-certified physician in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics, Dr. Mohr specializes in the care of complex older adults. She has experience in Geriatric Consultation, Home Based Primary Care, dementia care, Skilled Nursing Care, Skilled Nursing Facility Medical Direction, and end of life care.
Dr. Mohr is a Certified Medical Director through the Society for Post-Acute and Long Term Care Medicine. She completed her Hospice Medical Director Certification Board and serves as Associate Medical Director of Keystone Hospice.
In her free time, Dr. Mohr enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, playing the piano, and hiking in the Boise foothills.
Leonard Jensen, FNP
Lenny Jensen is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner who has worked with healthcare organizations across the country. He served for 16 years in the Army, both as a Non-commissioned Officer and as an Officer in the Army Nurse Corps.
Lenny has vast experience in multiple private health settings. His practice settings have included: acute care, intensive care, medical/oncology, combat support, geriatrics, community health, and mental health. While in nursing school, he worked at a hospice agency and discovered his passion for the geriatric population. While serving in the Army, Lenny created the palliative care program for Madigan Hospital. In 2006, after being honorably discharged, Lenny returned to geriatrics and built a successful hospice in Portland, Oregon.
In 2011, Lenny and his family chose to relocate to the Treasure Valley. While serving the community as a Nurse Practitioner, he discovered the need for elevated care with the elderly still existed. In 2013, Lenny started Keystone Healthcare determined to make a difference in the lives of seniors in the Greater Boise area.
Kami Bellomy, FNP
Kami Bellomy grew up in Sandpoint, Idaho. She moved to the Treasure Valley to pursue her undergraduate degree of Bachelors in Science of Nursing at Boise State University. Her first job was at St Luke’s Regional Medical Center on a general medical floor with a cardiac emphasis. Kami transferred to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to take care of the family unit focusing on premature infants and their families.
In 2014, Kami went back to school to earn her advanced degree and graduated with honors from Graceland University with her Family Nurse Practitioner degree. As a nurse practitioner Kami went to work for Keystone Health, caring for complex geriatric patients and their families. Kami continues to feel blessed and honored to take care of our geriatric population. In her free time Kami enjoys spending time with her husband, son, and daughter soaking up our beautiful outdoors.
Amy Dancer, FNP
Amy Dancer is a Treasure Valley native, born and raised in Star. She graduated from Eagle High School and received her undergraduate degree with a Bachelors in the Science of Nursing from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA. Her first nursing job was at Madigan Army Hospital where she worked as a civilian employee for nearly two years before moving back home to Idaho to work for St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center.
Amy began working for St. Luke’s in 2003, spending many years in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit caring for premature infants and their families. In 2013, Amy went back to school to earn her advanced degree and graduated with honors from Graceland University with her Family Nurse Practitioner degree. As a nurse practitioner, she continued her tenure with St. Luke’s and went to work for the pulmonary group; caring for patients with chronic pulmonary diseases, sleep disorders, and adults with Cystic Fibrosis.
Amy joined the Keystone Health team in the spring of 2017 and continues to work with St. Luke’s pulmonary on an on-call basis. Amy enjoys spending her time off with her three daughters who are all very active in sports throughout the year. She also enjoys skiing in the winter and time on the lake during the summer.
Mason Carter, FNP
Mason Carter is a Treasure Valley native, born and raised in Meridian. He graduated from Rocky Mountain High School and received his undergraduate degree with a Bachelors in the Science of Nursing from Boise State University. His first nursing job was at St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center in the ICU. Mason worked for St. Luke’s from 2016 to 2020. In 2017, Mason went back to school to earn his advanced degree and graduated with honors from Northwest Nazarene University with his Master of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
As a nurse practitioner, he joined the Keystone Health team in the fall of 2019. Mason has experience working with homebound patients with chronic medical conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia types, stroke, cardiac disease, COPD, traumatic injuries, and movement disorders. Mason enjoys spending his time training for triathlons, camping, serving his church community, and enjoying time with his family.
Cody Bonine, FNP
Cody Bonine was originally born in Granada Hills California, but has lived in Boise, Idaho since childhood. She completed her undergraduate degree at Northwest Nazarene University in 2015 where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, graduating Cum Laude. She began working at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center on the Medical/Oncology floor where she found her passion for Oncology and end of life care. In 2016 she joined Keystone Hospice as an RN Case Manager, where she continued to practice end of life care. While practicing as a hospice nurse, her passion for dementia patients, and the entire Geriatric population sparked her desire to become a Nurse Practitioner in order to provide care in it’s entirety to patients and their families.
In 2021 Cody graduated from Graceland University with a Masters of Science in Nursing; Family Nurse Practitioner. She transitioned from Keystone Hospice to Keystone Health with her new role as a Nurse Practitioner. Cody not only provides care to her House Call primary care patients, but also provides wound care to home-bound patients around the valley, and continues to be closely involved with Keystone Hospice.
Cody stays busy in her free time with her two boys, keeping up with basketball/soccer, and other activities. Cody is proud to be a part of the Keystone team.