Callie Peters, PA-C
Above all, I value my patients feeling heard and educated about their diagnosis and treatment options.
Callie chose to focus on pulmonary and critical care medicine in the hospital setting because she enjoys facilitating continuity of care among patients’ care teams. She believes that patients feel maximally vulnerable while hospitalized. The relationships developed during this time allow the opportunity to improve health literacy and empower patients and their caretakers. Callie enjoys living in Portland because of the diversity in cuisine, landscapes, and activities.
- MSPAS, Pacific University, Hillsboro, OR, 2020
- BS, Missouri Southern State University, Joplin, MO, 2013
- Outstanding Graduate, Pacific University Alumni Association
- Munson, C and Sunshine, E. Psilocybin as an effective treatment for patients with life- threatening cancer and psychological distress: a critically appraised topic. Forest Grove, OR: Pacific University, School of PA Studies; 2020.
- Fellow, American Academy of Physician Assistants
- Fellow, Oregon Society of Physician Assistants