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. 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)
Brooke Lowry, PA-C
Brooke Lowry, PA-C, graduated from Portland State University with a double major in Psychology and Science. She attended the Physician Assistant program at the University of Washington, School of Medicine. She earned her Masters degree and Physician Assistant certification and began working at Mountain View Family Practice after graduation. She finds reward in the opportunity to help patient's improve their health and quality of life. Brooke enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She likes exploring her community and taking advantage of the beauty of the Gorge. Additionally, Brooke takes pleasure in music, good books, painting… and an occasional Netflix binge.
Michael Barth, PA-C
Kathryn Peak, L.Ac, PA-C
Kathryn Peak is a graduate of OHSU Physician Assistant Program. Prior to attending PA school, Kathryn received her Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from OCOM and has been practicing as a Licensed Acupuncturist since 2011. Her background in holistic medicine has taught her the immense value of patient-centered care. She believes that primary care should be accessible and collaborative, factoring each patient's unique needs and goals into their treatment plan. Outside of caring for her patients, Kathryn enjoys spending time with friends and family, exploring new destinations near and far, listening to music and podcasts, all while attempting to finish the books for her book club.