APPOINTMENTS: 208.758.0075

1125 E. Polston Ave.,Suite B, Post Falls, ID 83854 | Fax: 208.758.0076





Dr. Adam Lyko is a Board-Certified Endocrinologist. He received his medical training at Loma Linda University School of Medicine and completed his medical degree in 2001. He completed internal medicine training at Loma Linda University Medical Center in 2004 and served one year as chief resident at the Jerry L Pettis Veterans Administration Medical Center. He then joined the Loma Linda General Medicine Group and worked in primary care until 2009 when he began endocrine fellowship training at the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration Medical Center and Cedar Sinai Medical Center. He completed endocrine fellowship training in 2011 and moved to the Spokane area to work in the Department of Endocrinology at Rockwood Clinic. In 2018, he opened the Selkirk Endocrinology clinic in Post Falls, Idaho, where he resides. Dr. Lyko is passionate about helping people improve their endocrine health. When not at the office he enjoys spending time with his family, camping, paddle boarding, computer programming, working out, and playing the piano. 




Patrick Reed earned his certification to practice as a Physician Assistant (PA-C) after graduating from the University of Washington PA program in 2012. After living in Spokane for the last 16 years, he was fortunate to be able to stay in the local area after graduating. He has been active in several areas of medical care including with older adults with complex heart disease, people with multiple medical disorders in internal medicine and family medicine, and most recently with kids, teens, and young adults with diabetes.


Patrick grew up in Kennewick, Washington and was very involved in sports and music as a youth. While working on his basic science coursework, he also graduated with a music degree from the University of Idaho Lionel Hampton School of Music in 2003. Patrick has been involved in the diabetes camping community for over 25 years in the Spokane and North Idaho area, and was invited to be a counselor and then on the staff of directors at Joslin Camp in Boston. He recently served a one year term as the Medical Director for the inaugural Camp STIX Adventure Camp.


When not at the office, Patrick loves to be with his wife, young kids, and extended family. He enjoys hiking, watching or helping with baseball or dance, working on home improvement projects, playing music, being on one of the area lakes or campgrounds with a group of friends, or watching football.




Katie Hall is a board-certified physician assistant. She received an undergraduate degree in health science from Lee University in Tennessee. She completed a physician assistant program at James Madison University in Virginia in 2005. She worked in urgent care until 2011 when she transitioned into the specialty of endocrinology. She spent nine years working for Augusta Health Diabetes and Endocrinology in Fishersville, VA. She treated adults with a wide variety of endocrine disorders. Katie joined Selkirk Endocrinology in 2020 after moving to Idaho to live closer to family. She is excited to continue serving patients in the field of endocrinology in the Northwest. When not working Katie enjoys family life with her husband and three children, long conversations over a cup of coffee, and trying to foster an appreciation for camping.






"Always greeted in a friendly manner. The entire staff makes me feel comfortable and that they listen to my concerns."


"Love the office staff, nurses, and the doctor. Great communication and feed back! Everyone is always so friendly and welcoming."


"What a wonderful experience! The trepidation arising from changing care providers due to new insurance coverage was immediately eased. The staff was friendly and the consultation itself was upbeat, informative, and time was taken to thoroughly hear and address my concerns. What a welcome relief! Thank you!"


"In the twenty plus years of being diabetic Selkirk Endocrinology is hands down the best provider I have seen. Patrick Reed is personable and is able to articulate the effects and care needed with Diabetes. Front desk staff is simply great. The nurses Keysha and Chelsey are the people you want by your side as you navigate life with this disease."


"I had a very pleasant experience at this office. Patrick Reed gave great explanations regarding testing and treatment."


"Selkirk Endocrinology is easy to work with and most professional."






1125 E. Polston Ave.,Suite B, Post Falls, ID 83854 | Phone: 208.758.0075 | Fax: 208.758.0076



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