Dr. Eric North grew up in Roseburg, Oregon, and graduated valedictorian in his class. He then went on to Oregon State University where he graduated with Honors Summa Cum Laude in Radiation Health Physics. He was accepted into medical school at Oregon Health & Science University, where he decided to focus his studies in primary care. Dr. North became a family practitioner because of the holistic approach to patient care and his enjoyment of caring for people of all ages. He went to a family medicine residency program in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
His hobbies include tennis, basketball, playing guitar, watching movies, reading books, and supporting OSU (Go Beavs!).
Dr. Senna North grew up in Grants Pass, Oregon, and attended Rogue Community College at age 14 to complete her high school education. After receiving her high school diploma and two year Associate of Arts degree, she went to Oregon State University where she graduated in Biology with a chemistry minor. Dr. North was accepted at Oregon Health & Science University and then went on to specialize in family medicine at a family medicine residency program in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Her hobbies include sewing, reading books, watching movies, and gardening.