Pacific University Student Health Center Staff

Staff  

 

 

Kathryn Eisenbarth
Director
eisenbak@pacificu.edu


Kathryn Eisenbarth has been employed in the Student Health Center since 1994 and has been Director since 2006. She holds a B.A. in Business Management with an emphasis in Human Resources from George Fox University. Kathryn has years of medical office experience in both private and educational settings. Kathryn's goal as Director of the Student Health Center is to provide leadership and resources to her dedicated staff to promote optimal physical and emotional health for students as they pursue their educational goals.

Nancy Tuttle, ANP
Lead Adult Nurse Practitioner

Nancy is nationally certified and holds a MS, Adult Nurse Practitioner (ANP) from University of Portland, a BS in Nursing from Oregon Health Sciences University, and a BS in Science from Oregon State University.  Her professional clinical experience includes college health, occupational medicine, reproductive health, and hospital-based labor, delivery and medical-surgical care.  Nancy has committed over 20 years of work to college health clinics in Oregon and has been with Pacific since 1998.

Lori May, ANP

Adult Nurse Practitioner

Lori is an Adult Nurse Practitioner, who earned her RN degree from Southern Oregon University and her Masters in Nursing at University of Portland.  She has extensive experience including 12 years in critical care, 6 years working in a large, multi-specialty physician group and over 14 years in college health clinics in both Washington and Oregon.

Alicia Marrah-Pierson, FNP

Family Nurse Practitioner

Alicia is a family nurse practitioner who earned her BS in Nursing from Linfield Good Samaritan School of Nursing, and her Master's in Nursing and Family Nurse Practitioner degree from Washington State University.  She is nationally certified and a member of Nurse Practitioner's of Oregon.  Alicia has over 12 years of professional clinical experience in family practice, pediatrics, hospital based surgical care, and pediatric intensive care.  She is excited to join Pacific's Student Health Center in providing compassionate care to college students. 
   

Sarah Sharp, CMA
Lead - Certified Medical Assistant

Sarah Sharp is a nationally certified medical assistant who joined Pacific University Student Health Center in 2001. She has been a CMA since 1994 and has worked in a variety of medical office settings including family practice and internal medicine. In addition to her CMA schedule, Sarah manages the health profession student immunization requirements and is the point contact for students and their programs regarding compliance.

Keely Josi, CMA
Certified Medical Assistant

Keely joined the Student Health Center in 2007 and is a nationally certified medical assistant. After spending many years at home raising her two children, Keely embarked on a new career as a medical assistant. With its supportive and caring environment, Keely has found Pacific University to be a perfect fit. 

Lori Hobbs, CMA
Certified Medical Assistant

 

Lori joined the Student Health Center in 2012.  She graduated with an Associate of Arts degree in Medical Assisting and is a nationally certifed medical assistant.  Lori has many years of experience and has worked in a variety of medical office settings; from pediatrics in Northern Idaho, a rural health clinic in Washington State, and an internal medicine clinic in San Diego, before moving back to the Pacific Northwest in the fall of 2008. 

Kathy Cooper
Medical Receptionist

Forest Grove

Kathy joined the Student Health Center team in 2007 and previously worked in Admissions, the Business Office and in Student Life.  She brings a wealth of information and expertise to the front office and manages the State of Oregon vaccine requirement.  Kathy is a Greek Advisor and volunteers on several university and community committees.

Sheri Hiefield

Clinic Receptionist

Hillsboro

Sheri joined the Student Health Center at the Hillsboro clinic in 2011.  She holds a BA in Business Administration from University of Wisconsin.  Sheri was a Peace Corp volunteer in Africa and spent many years as a Veterinary Tech before embarking on a new career path at Pacific.  Sheri is rejuvenated by the professional and tight knit atmosphere at the Student Health Center and within the Pacific community.