About Us

Our Practitioners
Rachel Feinberg, PA-C, MPH
Family Medicine
Special Interests
Public Health, Reproductive Health, Women's and Children's Health
I have always been drawn to the world of healthcare. After completing my undergraduate degree in Neuroscience, I joined the United States Peace Corps. I spent the next two years as a health educator in Ganki, Mauritania (West Africa) working to promote health, hygiene, and well-being throughout my community. It was there, in the Sahara Desert, I discovered my passion for public health, specifically reproductive health and working with women and children. Living and working in an area with extremely limited resources, the integral, yet intrinsic connection between health education (including preventative care) and medical health care became apparent. My desire to pursue a career in medicine was reaffirmed.
Upon completing my Peace Corps service, I enrolled in the combined Physician Assistant/Masters in Public Health program at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. I have been working in primary care and family medicine since.
I find the continuity of the provider-patient relationship in primary care to be special within the medical world. The opportunity to build an ongoing connection and truly get to know your patients is unique and yet so important to comprehensive care. Empowering patients to make positive lifestyle choices and providing education to make informed medical decisions is an important part of my practice.
Personal Interests
Growing up in the hustle and bustle of the east coast (Philadelphia), I was drawn to the pace of life and the access to nature of the Pacific Northwest. Staying active is important for me to maintain balance; running, cycling, hiking and soaking up the Oregonian sunshine. I also enjoy reading a good book, trying out a new recipe, or catching some live music.

You can find this practitioner at the following clinics:

Sellwood Clinic
Medical Degree
The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.