Lisa Oreschak was born in a small town in Northern California. She graduated from Western Nevada College in Carson City, Nevada with an associates degree and completed her last few years of her undergraduate education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She spent the next several years working as a Medical Assistant in Montana and Southern Oregon before receiving her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies at OHSU in 2020. She was awarded the Scholars for Health Oregon Initiative (SHOI).
Lisa loves family medicine because she enjoys developing strong relationships with her patients which is crucial to help them with their acute needs and long term goals. She cares for patients from newborn to geriatric. She has special interest in well child checks, women’s health, mental health, weight management, and preventative care. She does a variety of procedures including IUDs, Nexplanons, biopsies, and joint injections.
Outside of work, Lisa spends time with her husband and two golden retrievers. She enjoys hiking, cooking, baking, couponing, and traveling the world.