Angela Collins, DO
Family Medicine Physician
Dr. Angela Collins comes from a long line of strong, compassionate women who devoted their lives to caring for others—both her grandmother and mother were nurses. As a family medicine physician, Dr. Collins helps carry on that tradition.
Dr. Collins focuses on approaching the patient as a whole person, caring for the mind, body, and spirit. She enjoys listening to people and giving them a voice in their treatment. She wants to make sure patients fully understand their options for care. She loves seeing patients of all ages and helping entire families become healthier.
Finding and preventing health problems before they can progress is central to Dr. Collins’s approach. She considers vaccines to be the cornerstone of preventive medicine and takes the time to educate patients about the benefits and safety of immunizations. She is also passionate about addressing women’s health issues, caring for patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, and providing guidance for dermatologic concerns.
Dr. Collins earned a bachelor of science in biology at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma. She completed a doctor of osteopathic medicine degree and a family medicine residency at Oklahoma State University in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Away from medicine, Dr. Collins enjoys spending time with her husband and son. Before settling in the Pacific Northwest, her family spent 18 months in an RV traveling through 45 states and visiting numerous national parks and historical sites. Dr. Collins also enjoys hiking and counts Avalanche Lake in Glacier National Park among her favorite trails. She loves to garden, craft, and read historical fiction and murder mysteries.