Hannah earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from George Fox University. During her undergraduate studies, she worked as a breast cancer research assistant and also shadowed a family nurse practitioner. Through these experiences, she learned her true passion lay in applying her love of science to caring for people, and chose to pursue a career in medicine.
She graduated with her Master’s in Nursing from Seattle University in 2016 and has deeply enjoyed the variety of family medicine and working with patients of all ages.
Hannah makes it a priority to learn about her patients’ daily routines and explore the ways in which lifestyle factors contribute to their overall health. She also emphasizes health education, helping patients understand their diagnoses, medications, and treatment options. She believes the more her patients know, the better they can participate in their healthcare.
Hannah grew up in the country outside of Canby and is thrilled that she has been able to return to this community and be near her family. She enjoys spending time with her husband and kids, hiking, gardening, playing strategy board games, reading, and playing the piano. She also volunteers performing blood pressure checks at The Canby Center and in hospitality at her church.