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Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine Providers

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Amee Thomas, MBBS

Internal Medicine Resident

Amy Ossian, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Arielle Gordon, FNP

Family Nurse Practitioner
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Corey Henderson Trujillo, DO

Internal Medicine Resident

Cydney Wolf, DO


Dadiki Sherpa, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Ella Vining, MD

Emily Talbot, PA-C.

Emily Talbot, PA-C

Physician Assistant
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Gabriela Matamoros Pinto, MD

Internal Medicine Resident

Gary Pape, MD

James Ng, MD.

James Ng, MD


Jessica Chan, DO

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John Kang, MD

Internal Medicine Resident

Jonas Aharoni, MD

Internist / Pediatrician
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Justin Sichula, MD

Internal Medicine Resident

Kalis Kim, FNP

Family Nurse Practitioner
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Leena Raza, MD

Internal Medicine Resident
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Macey Horch, MD

Internal Medicine Resident
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Mackenzie Graham Anderson, DO

Internal Medicine Resident
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Mark Schneider, MD

Internal Medicine Resident
Megan Spohr, MD.

Megan Spohr, MD

Internist / Pediatrician

Neha Patel, MD


Nina Warrior, ARNP

Nurse Practitioner
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Ozone Gautam, MBBS

Internal Medicine Resident

Priya Veeraraghavan, MD

Internist / Pediatrician

Rebecca Keir, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Riyad Fares, MD


Sam Lee, FNP

Nurse Practitioner
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Sophia Lee, MD

Internal Medicine Resident
Tracy G. Williams, MD.

Tracy G. Williams, MD

Internist / Pediatrician

Xin Zhang, MD

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Yash Patel, DO

Internal Medicine Resident

Internal Medicine Locations

Front side of the 87th Avenue location.

87th Avenue Clinic

700 NE 87th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98664
Front entrance of the Battle Ground location at night.

Battle Ground Clinic

2005 W Main Street
Battle Ground, WA 98604
Opening October 20, 2020

Camas Clinic

4500 SE Columbia Palisades Drive
Camas, WA 98607
Front entrance of the Columbia Tech Center building.

Columbia Tech Center Clinic

501 SE 172nd Ave
Vancouver, WA 98684
NW 23rd Clinic

NW 23rd Clinic

2330 NW Flanders Street, Suite 201
Portland, OR 97210

Ridgefield Clinic

5515 Pioneer Street
Ridgefield, WA 98642
Front entrance of Salmon Creek Vancouver Clinic building.

Salmon Creek 1 Clinic

2525 NE 139th Street
Vancouver, WA 98686

Information about Internal Medicine


Access comprehensive care for adults

Whether you are uncertain about a sudden health concern, can’t seem to shake the common cold, or are worried because of your family history, an internist can help. Internists are primary care physicians for adults age 18 and over. At Vancouver Clinic, our internists manage everything from chronic diseases to sudden illnesses throughout your adult life. This includes diagnosing issues, creating a treatment plan, and discussing preventive options. Our doctors’ deep training in issues and diseases that impact adults enables them to diagnose and manage complex medical situations—and put you on the path to better health.

Vancouver Clinic is proud to offer an Internal Medicine Residency Clinic at our Salmon Creek location. In this clinic, experienced physicians and doctors completing their training work together to care for patients. Individuals enjoy longer appointment times and a care team approach in which multiple bright minds are dedicated to the wellness of each person. Choose the Residency Clinic tab above to learn more.


Get help monitoring and managing a range of illnesses and conditions, and achieving your health goals. Internists offer:

  • Health screenings
  • Comprehensive physical exams
  • Primary, wellness, and preventive health care
Residency Clinic

The Legacy Salmon Creek Internal Medicine Residency Program is a partnership with Vancouver Clinic. Established in 2021, the program welcomes doctors to complete their required three-year training in Southwest Washington. The physicians—who have all finished four years of college and four years of medical school—rotate between caring for internal medicine patients in the clinic and seeing patients at the hospital. During this time, they work under the guidance of board-certified physicians who share their extensive knowledge and experience.

Patients in the Internal Medicine Residency Clinic enjoy longer appointment times with their physician and the benefit of having multiple experts overseeing their health as part of a coordinated care team. Residents are in ongoing consultation with their attending physician throughout each patient visit. The attending physician oversees and reviews the chart notes of every patient a resident sees.

Beyond offering exceptional care to patients, the program hopes to encourage new physicians to start medical practices in our community, helping meet the need for more primary care doctors. Patients can feel good about supporting the next generation of physicians for Vancouver.

To become a patient in the Internal Medicine Residency Clinic, please call 360-882-2778. Appointments are available beginning in August 2022.


What conditions do internists treat?
We treat the whole patient. There are no conditions too complex to be outside the range of our care. We serve as the first-line provider when health issues arise and will coordinate all of your care.

How old should I be before I see an internist?
Everyone—children and adults—should receive regular primary care to prevent health issues and manage chronic concerns. If you’re 18 years or older, you may choose to see a family medicine provider or an internist. If you’re concerned about your current health and long-term wellness goals, or need help managing multiple conditions, an internist may be right for you. Even if you are young and healthy, your internist can partner with you to stay well and screen for diseases at the right time.

What is the difference between a family medicine and internal medicine provider?
A family medicine doctor provides health care for all ages at every stage of life (from birth through childhood and adulthood). Internists focus on adults age 18 and over and have additional training in caring for elderly patients. Internists deal with many acute and chronic medical problems, as well as issues related to health maintenance.

How do I find an internist?
Call Vancouver Clinic’s Patient Services Center at (360)-882-2778 and ask for a new patient appointment with one of our physicians in Internal Medicine. We can help identify providers who have openings and who are a good match for you. Learn more about our providers by reading their bios.

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