Heidi Parsons joined NWRA in January 2013, quickly providing us with an incredible talent in medical office reception . We appreciate Heidi for her visual media, talents in systems efficiency, knowledge of computer networking, and problem solving. However, we are AMAZED at her consistent smile, temperament in multi-tasking, and the incredible trivia knowledge that she […]
Category: Reception, Administration, and Aides
Amanda stepped right in to the Sport, Rehabilitation and Wellness site in May 2015 – serving patients with one of the brightest minds and smiles around. Amanda additionally oversees the OTAGO exercise program operations for fall prevention.
Jessica joined NWRA in a multifaceted role beginning in June 2015, with a mind for finances and a heart for patient care. Jessica welcomes patients at 3270 with a smile-on and has a keen memory for the personal touch that each person deserves.
Mariya means business with a smile. She is attentive, friendly, and capable of managing a busy environment- all as she keeps the focus on what matters…patient care.
Riley Mahoney serves NWRA and our patients in-turn with her “must get it right” attitude. She is a silent perfectionist and uses her talents behind the scenes at NWRA in some of the most important ways: insurance authorizations, appeals, and case coordination. Thank you Riley!
Grace Paulson is a skilled and experienced professional, bringing her customer service, understanding of systems, facilitation of teamwork, and her smile – all to NWRA and the patients that we serve!
Diane Studer, our Vice President, is the spirit and initial impetus for NWRA. It was Diane’s capacity for creativity and ability to think outside the box that spurred the conceptualization of NWRA in October 2004. On a daily basis, Diane is the energy and common sense that continues to move us forward in the right […]
Heather Born is the practice administrator of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates. She came to NWRA in 2018 with an exceptional background in both PT and medical office management. Heather is an Oregonian and active-enthusiast – anything sport, recreational, game on! We look to Heather for our most important values and functions of integrity, quality, an our […]
Kailie Dennis-Collins joined NWRA in 2018 as a student from Western Oregon University. She currently plans to become an occupational therapists and we are fortunate to have her while she continues her professional development.
We are proud to host Dominique “Dom” Lee as our athletic training representative to Blanchet High School. Dom brings an impeccable level of work ethic, steadfast clinical skills, and a passion to exceed expectations. Dom graduated from George Fox University’s ATC program, and brings personal experience in many sports, being most recently a collegiate soccer player.