Our physicians are just as interested in keeping you healthy as we are about getting you well. We focus on preventative health as well as treating current medical concerns.
Dr. Mike Phelps, MD
Dr. Phelps is a Portland native, growing up a few minutes from the Bridgeport Family Medicine office. He attended medical school at OHSU in Portland and completed his family medicine residency training at Peacehealth Southwest in Vancouver, Washington, where he served as Chief Resident. He lives with his wife and 2 children in SE Portland.
Dr. Stan Adamek, DO
Dr. Adamek was raised free range in Southwestern Oregon. Attended Linfield College where he received a degree in exercise science. He then went to medical school at A.T. Still University in Arizona where he was trained in osteopathic manual medicine as well as traditional western medicine. He completed his family medicine training at Peace Health SW in Vancouver, Washington. He lives in Wilsonville with his 2 children.
Dr. Andrea Tremaine, MD
Dr. Tremaine was born and raised in the Alaskan Arctic. She moved to Oregon in high school and graduated from Newberg High and then from George Fox University with a degree in Biochemistry. She attended medical school at Loma Linda University located in Southern California before deciding she was ready to move back to the Pacific North West and completed her family medicine residency training at PeaceHealth in Vancouver, WA. She loves adventuring with her husband, their two young boys and dog, Puppy.
Hannah Jones, PA-C
Hannah is a native Oregonian, born and raised in Salem. She graduated from Oregon State University with degrees in Biochemistry/Biophysics, International Studies, and Spanish. After working in research at Tufts University in Boston and OHSU in Portland, Hannah received her Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies at Idaho State University. Now back in the Pacific Northwest, Hannah enjoys playing volleyball, traveling, and hiking with her husband and son.
Rachel Roylance, PA-C
Rachel grew up in Broomfield, Colorado and then went on to Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where she received her bachelor's degree in public health. After living briefly in Denver, she moved to Los Angeles and received her master's degree in physician assistant practice from the University of Southern California. Her program specialized in primary care in under-served areas and she had the opportunity to work with homeless populations on Skid Row. She enjoys rooting for her Denver sports teams, all kinds of musical theater, and visiting her nieces and nephews whenever she can.