Medical Providers

Orlando Acosta, MDOrlando Acosta, MD
Family Physician Certified, American Board of Family Medicine
Joined OCH in 1995

Dr. Acosta holds a B.S. in Biology from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA, graduated from medical school at the Medical College of Virginia, in Richmond, VA and completed a residency at Natividad Medical Center in Salinas, CA. A longtime physician with OCH, he enjoys the many long-term relationships he has developed with patients. Professional interests include family practice in general, high-risk and surgical obsetrics, diabetes, pediatrics and minor office surgery. The youngest child of Cuban immigrants, he speaks Spanish and has lived in the USA all his life. He has lived in the Gorge since 1995, where all three of his daughters were born. He enjoys mountain biking, playing music and spending time with his family.    


Erica Didier, MD Erica Didier, MD
Family Physician Certified, American Board of Family Medicine
Joined OCH in 2009

Dr. Didier holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Stanford University, and received her M.D. from the University of Washington. She completed a residency in Community and Family Medicine in Santa Rosa, California. Professional interests include healthcare reform, whole-family care and prenatal care. She speaks Spanish. Dr. Didier has two children and has lived in the Gorge since 2009.  

 


 Miriam (Molly) Fauth, MDMiriam (Molly) Fauth, MD
Family Physician Certified, American Board of Family Medicine
Joined OCH in 2005

Dr. Fauth received a bachelor’s degree from Linfield College, a medical degree from the University of New Mexico and completed a residency at Cascades East Family Practice in Klamath Falls, OR. Professional interests include farmworker health, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics, diabetes and preventative medicine. She particularly enjoys helping entire families with their health care. She has served on the Oregon Academy of Family Practice board for several years, where she has received increased insight into patient advocacy and current and future issues regarding the physician workforce. She moved to Hood River in 2005 specifically to work at La Clinica, has two sons in grade school and enjoys biking, hiking and reading. She speaks Spanish.  


Robert (Bob) Gobbo, MD
Family Physician Certified, American Board of Family Medicine
Joined OCH in 1988, again 2013

DRobertGobbo-ListFirstr. Robert Gobbo graduated from the University of California Los Angeles School of Medicine in 1984. After completing his family medicine residency at Santa Monica Hospital (Los Angeles) and a fellowship in obstetrics in 1988, he joined our team. Over the next five years, he dedicated himself to serving patients and led what was then called La Clínica del Cariño as our medical director for several years. In 1993, Dr. Gobbo left Hood River for another opportunity, then returned in 2013 to launch the Providence Hood River Family Medicine Rural Training Program. That same year, he rejoined our staff to serve patients and direct our Hood River residency practice. Today, Dr. Gobbo cares for One Community Health patients and maintains clinical skills as the hospitalist at Hood River Memorial Hospital. He also provides obstetrics and pediatrics call coverage for One Community Health’s primary care practice. In addition, he is the hospital’s supervising attending as the hospitalist medicine attending, One Community Health’s faculty preceptor for our residents’ practice, and the supervising resident deliveries within our labor and delivery department. Outside of work, Dr. Gobbo enjoys spending time with his two adult daughters, cycling, running, cooking, and gardening.  


corinda-hankinsCorinda Hankins, MD, Pediatrician
Pediatric Certified, American Board of Pediatrics
Joined OCH in 2016

Dr. Hankins received a B.S. in Neuroscience from Washington and Lee University in Virginia. She then went on to attend Indiana University Medical School, where she received her medical degree. Upon realizing she had a passion for pediatric medicine, Dr. Hankins attended the University of Arizona in Tucson to complete her residency in Pediatrics. In addition, she completed an additional year of study in Chicago for Pediatric Pulmonary. While she’s committed to all areas of health and wellbeing for children, Dr. Hankins also excels at her passion in pediatric asthma and helping children with these specific challenges. Dr. Hankins moved to Hood River with her husband in 2003. Since then, she has continued her work in inpatient pediatric medicine at Randall Children’s Hospital and also worked at Mid-Columbia Medical Center in The Dalles and Northwest Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine in the past. Today, she is very happy to find a new “home” at One Community Health where she hopes to give the best possible care to her pediatric patients. She is very excited to be part of the One Community Health team. In her free time, Dr. Hankins enjoys spending time with her three children for whom she loves to volunteer doing local activities and sports. She also enjoys playing soccer, skiing and reading.


Greg Parker, MD

Greg Parker, MD
Family Physician Certified, American Board of Family Medicine
Joined OCH in 2010

Originally from Canby, OR, Dr. Parker received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Portland, spent a year in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, working at a women’s shelter in Washington DC, and attended medical school at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. He completed a family medicine residency at Swedish First Hill in Seattle, WA with a clinical focus on underserved and marginalized populations. Professional interests include health care reform, pediatric and adolescent health, preventive medicine, obstetrics and women’s health, and minor office procedures. Dr. Parker enjoys travel, backpacking, rock climbing, biking, and cooking and growing food. He moved to Hood River in 2010 to join OCH and develop community in the Gorge. He speaks some Spanish.   


Constance M. Serra, MD

Constance M. Serra, MD
Family Physician, Lead Physician in Hood River Certified, American Board of Family Medicine
Joined OCH in 2001

Dr. Serra holds a medical degree from Ohio State University School of Medicine and completed the Family Medicine Residency Program (Rural Training Track) at Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) in Klamath Falls, OR as well as an obstetric fellowship at OHSU. She practices the full scope of family medicine, with a special interest in obstetrics, women’s health, prevention of disease, pediatrics and migrant health and believes that the best cure for disease is prevention. She speaks good medical Spanish. Dr. Serra is devoted to the care of the underserved and underinsured because of her belief that no one should be denied basic health care.  


Natalie Speck, MD

Natalie Speck, MD
Family Physician Certified, American Board of Family Medicine
Joined OCH in 2011

Originally from Salem, Oregon, Dr. Speck holds a degree in Biology from California Lutheran University, a medical degree from the University of Vermont School of Medicine, and completed her residency in Family Medicine at the Oregon Health Sciences University affiliate in Klamath Falls. She brings with her years of experience in caring for children, adolescents and adults. She is proud to work at OCH, a place where she and other providers challenge themselves every day to better serve their patients and the community. Dr. Speck enjoys reading, sports and playing guitar.    


Art Ticknor, MD

Art Ticknor, MD
Family Physician, Lead Physician in The Dalles Certified, American Board Of Family Medicine
Joined OCH in 2011

Prior to joining OCH, Dr. Ticknor practiced medicine in upstate New York for 12 years. He received his undergraduate degree in Philosophy from Colgate University and his M.D. from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. He completed a residency in Family Medicine in Rochester. Dr. Ticknor was a Peace Corps volunteer in Senegal for two and a half years. Dr. Ticknor enjoys working with families of all shapes and sizes – and believes in the importance of creating long-term relationships with patients based on trust. A father of three, he is a fan of the Buffalo Saber hockey team, and enjoys studying U.S. history, swimming, hiking and skiing.  


Sondi Koch, PA-C Sondra (Sondi) Koch, PA-C
Certified Physician Assistant
Joined OCH in 2006

Originally from Michigan, Sondi Koch holds a bachelor’s degree from St. Olaf College and a master’s degree for Physician Assistant Studies from Pacific University. Special interests include preventive health, women’s health, farmworker health, pediatrics and adult health. She particularly enjoys helping patients prevent disease and live a healthy lifestyle. She speaks Spanish, having studied in Mexico and in Central and South America. She is married with one child and enjoys hiking, gardening, cross country skiing and music.    


B NichollsHilary Brooke (Brooke) Nicholls, FNP-C
Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Joined OCH in 2013

Originally from Alabama, Brooke moved to Oregon to attend the University of Portland, where she earned a Bachelors of Nursing.  She then completed her Masters of Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner at Duke University.  Brooke joined OCH in 2013 as a nurse diabetes educator in our Salud program and continues to work with our community health workers on health promotion initiatives, outreach to migrant farm workers and diabetes care management services.  Her professional interests include public health, diabetes education, women’s health, pediatric and adolescent health and chronic disease prevention.  She speaks Spanish and is proud to work alongside a team of dedicated bilingual healthcare providers at OCH.  She enjoys trail running, cycling and backpacking in the mountains of the beautiful Pacific Northwest.    


Jenna Newcomb, PA-C
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Joined OCH in 2014

Originally from Vancouver, WA, Jenna Newcomb, PA-C received her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from Washington State University in 2003 and her Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies from A.T. Still University in Mesa, AZ in 2008.  Jenna works both in Family Practice and Emergency Medicine and brings a wealth of acute care and procedural knowledge to OCH. Jenna also volunteers with the WSU Alumni Association and is active in her local chapter and helps to organize alumni activities and football viewing parties. She enjoys outdoor activities including road biking, hiking, stand-up paddle boarding and snowboarding. Jenna relocated to the Gorge in 2014 after living both in the Portland area and Phoenix, Arizona. Jenna speaks some Spanish and is working toward becoming fluent. Jenna roots for the Washington State Cougars (GO COUGS!) and has been a long time fan of the Buffalo Bills NFL team.    


Alyssa (Lisa) Sponhauer, CNPLisa S_DSC0553 5x7 color
Certified Nurse Practitioner
Joined OCH in 2014

Originally from Medford, Oregon, Lisa Sponhauer received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland OR in 2000. She completed her Masters of Nursing at Washington State University, Vancouver, WA in 2012. Lisa has extensive experience in public health, pediatrics and adolescent health. Professional interests include pediatric/adolescent health, young adult health, women’s health, mental health and preventative medicine. She has two school aged children , and has lived in the Gorge since 1994. Lisa enjoys skiing, cycling, trail running and spending lots of time with her very active children.      


Sarah Dang, CNP
Certified Nurse Practitioner
Joined OCH in 2014
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Originally from Washington, Sarah holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Portland and a master’s degree for Family Nurse Practitioner Studies from Oregon Health & Sciences University. Prior to joining OCH, Sarah worked in emergency medicine. Special interests include farm worker health, preventative health, woman’s health, and pediatrics. Sarah has lived in the Gorge since 2013 and enjoys gardening, hiking, cross-county skiing and biking.    

 

 


DSC_0854 KFoskett colorKristen Foskett, DNP, FNP-C, RN, OR-SANE
Certified Nurse Practitioner
Joined OCH 2016

Originally from Ohio, Kristen moved to Oregon to attend Oregon Health & Science University, where she earned her Masters in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2015 and is currently working on a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. Kristen also works as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) and is an instructor for the Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force. Her special interests include women’s health, adolescent health, mental health, and preventative medicine. Kristen resides in Mosier and enjoys painting, backpacking, skiing, and anything that can get her outside with her two dogs.

 


Erin Grap, DNP, FNP
Certified Nurse Practitioner, Family Practice
Joined OCH in 2016

Erin Grap received a Doctorate of Nursing Practice and Masters of Nursing from Oregon Health & Science University. Originally from Virginia, Erin earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise from Virginia Tech and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from George Mason University. As a nurse for eight years, Erin worked in emergency medicine and intensive care. As a medical provider, her interests include preventative medicine in rural communities, underserved populations, women’s health, diabetes and pediatrics to geriatrics. After living seven years in Portland, Erin is excited to make her home in the Gorge. She loves to spend her free time hiking, biking, skiing and doing aerial dance. She is honored to care for families at One Community Health where quality healthcare is a right not a privilege. 

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