Family medicine physician Stephanie Bosch, DO, has joined Samaritan Waldport Clinic, and is now seeing patients of all ages.
As a primary care physician specializing in care for the whole family, Bosch has a special interest in women’s health, and brings her experience with long-acting reversible contraception, such as IUD’s and Nexplanon, to the clinic.
Bosch, who earned her bachelor’s degree from Schreiner University and her medical degree from Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, recently completed her residency with Samaritan Health Services Family Medicine Residency Program in Corvallis.
She looks forward to building her practice in Waldport.
“I went into medicine, especially family medicine, because I enjoy getting to know people, learning their stories and helping them improve their health and, therefore, their lives,” Bosch said. “I look forward to seeing people of all ages and getting to know the local community.”
Bosch said she loves the ocean and area green spaces and, in her free time, she enjoys reading, doing needlecrafts and playing with her dog.
At the Waldport Clinic, Bosch will join physicians Travis Buzzard, MD, Lee Vogelman, DO, and Jennifer Wrazen, MD, as well as certified physician assistant Edward Taylor, PA-C. She can be reached at 541-563-3197.