Lisa moved to the area from Vancouver/Portland to be in a more temperate, laid back place. She was born and raised in Kansas then headed west of the Rockies and never looked back. She spent 17 years in Boise ID. Married 22 years to her amazing husband, they have a 21 year old daughter who remains in Portland. Lisa has always wanted to be involved in Tribal health as a respectful way to honor the origins of our land and native peoples. Being able to truly serve a community is important to her. Lisa loves being with her family and pets, hanging out in her garden, binge TV and Podcasts, reading, music, art and writing letters (the old fashioned way).

Tom primarily treats chronic pain at Jamestown. He graduated from the Physician Assistant Program at the University of Utah in 1998. Tom spent some time in family practice and emergency medicine, but has dedicated the majority of his career to the treatment of acute and chronic pain.

Dean joined Jamestown to provide care for patients with musculoskeletal problems, joint pain, and sports injuries. Dean has been in practice for 20 years, mostly in orthopedics but he also spent 2 years doing rheumatology and one-year doing nonsurgical spine care. He is from England originally, moving to the US in 1986. Dean has lived in Michigan, Kentucky, and Alabama prior to moving to Washington in 2006. Outside of work Dean spends most of his time with his family, his wife and two children. Dean’s wife is a veterinarian. Recreationally he is an avid soccer player and coach and enjoys working in the woods on his property.