Physician Assistant Robert “Bob” Gleason has joined Main Street Family Medicine in Lebanon. He provides primary care for people of all ages.
Gleason earned a bachelor’s degree at California State University - Bakersfield and a master’s in physician assistant studies at Southern California University of Health Sciences.
He is among the first generation in his family to attend college. He chose a career in medicine for the opportunity to help underserved populations.
“I believe that everyone should have access to quality health care,” Gleason said.
Gleason was impressed with how Samaritan prioritizes quality and safety.
“Samaritan uses evidence-based health care backed by metrics and patient outcomes,” he said. “I look forward to the privilege of using my skills as a physician assistant to improve the health of my new community in Lebanon.”
Gleason is engaged to be married. In his free time, he enjoys drawing, working on cars and playing with his French bulldog.