Physician Assistant Trevor Peterson has joined Main Street Family Medicine in Lebanon. He provides primary care for people of all ages.
He earned a bachelor’s degree at Corban University and a master’s degree in physician assistant studies at University of Washington School of Medicine, MEDEX Northwest.
Peterson decided to pursue a career in medicine after watching how a lack of access to health care affected a family member.
“My goal as a physician assistant is to provide the highest quality care to all of my patients,” he said.
His approach to care is to build trust and to partner with them on their health journey.
“I want my patients to know that I have their best interest at heart,” he said. “Each patient should be treated as a person first and for their condition or illness second.”
Peterson grew up in a small town in Eastern Washington and attended college in the Willamette Valley. After completing his education, he was excited to return to the area.
Away from the office, he enjoys reading, hiking, watching sports, traveling and spending time with family.
“My wife and I love to camp and explore,” he said. “Family is the most important thing in my life. So, free time is often spent playing board games, watching movies and sharing time over a home-cooked meal.”