Meet our OHSU Hillsboro Family Medicine Residency Program team that train and mentor our residents. All of our faculty hold academic appointments at OHSU Family Medicine.
Mary K. “Kay” Nordling, M.D. FAAFP
“You don’t get a chance to be a pioneer very often in life. I think the partnership between OHSU and Hillsboro Medical Center has allowed us to create an innovative family medicine residency that provides the best of both worlds learning opportunities for our residents during their three years in Hillsboro.”
Associate Program Directors
Alycia Jackson, M.D.
“I’m thrilled to have the incredible opportunity to help create and cultivate this new community-based program. I love providing full spectrum care, especially to our underserved community. Working here feels like home, where everyone is family and supported. With a diverse group of faculty ready at the helm, I cannot wait to see where this program will take our future leaders of tomorrow.”
Morgan Lisner, M.D.
“I am a third generation teacher. I bring my passion for teaching to this residency, having taught residents and obstetrics fellows in two other programs. Whether in a delivery, teaching a topic, or in clinic, I strive to help my learners develop their skills. My other passion is maternal and child care. I find so much fulfillment in helping people navigate through pregnancy, such an exciting and stressful time.”
Family Medicine Faculty
Jimmy Beckwith, D.O.
“I love working with the diverse people of Hillsboro and am excited about the educational opportunities here! Our community based program is an ideal training ground for full spectrum family physicians. I’m looking forward to seeing where this excellent training will take them.”
Amelia Carr, M.D.
“Family medicine is a challenging yet incredibly rewarding specialty. Hillsboro and the surrounding communities provide an ideal setting for learning and thriving in our unique specialty. I’m very much looking forward to sharing my passion for both family medicine and Oregon with the many classes of residents to come.”
Sam Crane, M.D.
“Full scope family medicine has been a very rewarding career spanning both inpatient and outpatient medicine. The ability to cross specialty lines always keeps my day interesting. The aspect I have found most inspiring is teaching and advocating for reproductive rights as well as delivering high quality reproductive health for both men and women in our community.”
Andrea Janssen, M.D.
“One thing Ethiopia taught me which I hope to impart to my future resident mentees is, you can’t always heal. Even when nothing else remains, you always have yourself to give.”
Andrew Janssen, M.D.
“I love working with residents to help them better understand the joys and challenges of full-spectrum, rural family medicine.”
Nick Johnson, M.D.
“I’m beyond excited to help residents build upon their unique personal life experiences, knowledge, and strengths in order to care for our communities and become leaders in healthcare. Serving as a family doctor is a joy. Having the opportunity to follow my patients throughout their lifetime is truly a privilege. I look forward to each day growing and learning alongside my patients and their families. ”
Richard Adam Kellis, M.D.
“I love caring for multi-generational families and I’m inspired by the joy and spirit that new doctors bring to teaching clinics. I look forward to educating the next generation of family physicians.”
Gregory Smith, M.D.
Dr. Smith is a family medicine physician with a special focus on obstetrics, women’s health and minor office procedures.
Rebecca Van Ness