Paul Podett, MD
Paul Podett has specialized in private family practice since 1993 after completing dual residency training and becoming board certified in Family Medicine. Dr. Podett also serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor in family practice with multiple universities including OHSU. He is also a community preceptor for training medical students, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. As a graduate of Ross University School of Medicine, Dr. Podett brings a belief that holistic health keeps the body whole. He believes that one must include the foundations of diet and exercise along with preventative, modern medicine to attain and maintain good health. Dr. Podett enjoys staying active in his community by volunteering on multiple hospital committees as Chief of Staff, Chief of Medicine, and is currently participating in various medical staff committees to help ensure and promote quality care for our community. Additionally, he has a noteworthy passion for skiing and has recently become a certified ski instructor at Mt. Hood Meadows and Skibowl. He has served on the National Ski Patrol since 1980 and has volunteered with Mt. Hood Ski Patrol since 1993 where he has held multiple executive council positions including Patrol Chief. (National Appointment #11300)
Michael Barth, PA-C
Michael obtained his MPAS at University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio in 2014, moved to Portland in 2015 and has been working with Mtn View Family Practice since. He believes dietary fiber is the adjuvant to most any healthcare regimen and is known to frequently recite his mantra, "beans and greens," to patients with a near zealous fervor. In his free time, he enjoys cooking (not just beans and greens...but mostly), reading, and perusing the grocery store bulk bins for novel pulses and legumes. Having grown up internationally, he enjoys cuisine as a cultural nexus, and would welcome your recommendations of favorite finds from greater Portland's cornucopia of gastronomic offerings.
Erin Jensen, PA-C
Erin received her MPAS from the University of Utah. Prior to PA school she worked in family medicine and knows how important it is to have a good patient-provider relationship. Erin is excited to land in the Pacific Northwest and serve our community. In her free time, she loves spending time with family (which includes her dog), hiking, finding new foods and playing board games.