Brittney Sokol, PA-C
Tien Le, DO
In Corvallis: Tuesday & Friday
In Albany: Wednesday & Thursday
Casandra, AMA, MOS
Eric Stroud, PA-C
In Corvallis: Thursday & Friday
In Albany: Tuesday & Wednesday
Sean graduated from Oregon State University in 1995 with a Bachelors in Exercise and Sport Science and as a Certified Athletic Trainer. He then went on to attend Emory University and graduated in 1999 with a Masters in Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies.
Sean has been a Physician Assistant for over 15 years. He spent 11 years with Corvallis Internal Medicine before joining Piercey Neurology, where he ran the Migraine Center and saw general neurology patients until returning to his Primary Care roots in December 2014.
Sean enjoys working with people and getting to know them personally.
Sean is married with three children who keep him busy. He also enjoys white water rafting and his favorite trip was 16 days and 225 miles through the Grand Canyon.
Brittney graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelors in Clinical Health Services. She attended the MEDEX Northwest Physician Assistant program through the University of Washington School of Medicine, and has been practicing Internal Medicine for a little over a year.
Prior to becoming a Physician Assistant, she spent almost ten years as an Emergency Care Sergeant in the US Army. She served two tours in Iraq as a Combat Medic and has a strong background in trauma.
She prides herself on building strong interpersonal relationships with individuals of all backgrounds, in the hopes this will best individualize treatment plans and better serve her patients.
Brittney lives with her fiance and baby in Eugene. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family, running, hiking, painting, watching football and doing anything with dogs.
In 1986, Eric attended California State Fire Academy and graduated as a Fire Suppression / Paramedic. He also served the California Department of Forestry. He then went on to attend UC Davis School of Medicine and graduated from the FNP/PA Primary Care Program in 1997.
Eric has been a Physician Assistant for over 18 years and has a great deal of experience in Primary Care, Urgent Care, Emergency Department, and Disaster Response Medicine. He has worked with Valley Clinics Internal Medicine/Corvallis Internal Medicine patients for over 15 years.
When it comes to work, Eric enjoys consistently learning new things about the medical field.
When Eric is not working, he likes to go kayaking and do activities outdoors. He also enjoys amateur radio.
Dr. Le graduated with a Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California in 2012. She then went on to complete a 3-year training program in Family Medicine at White Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles, California where she served as Chief Resident during her third year. Prior to that, Dr. Le attended University of California at San Diego and received a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Cell Biology in 2007.
As a physician, she likes to work collaboratively with her patients to provide quality care using evidence-based medicine. She is also a firm believer in preventative medicine.
In her spare time, Dr. Le enjoys spending time with her husband, cooking, baking, and playing with her dog.
Sean Greene, PA-C
In Corvallis: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
In Albany: Tuesday mornings