Joyce Hollander-Rodriguez, M.D., is the Residency Program Director for the OHSU Cascades East Family Medicine Residency Program and an assistant professor of family medicine in the OHSU School of Medicine. Originally from a small community in Western Oregon, she attended Stanford for college, earned her medical degree at OHSU in 2000 and completed her residency in Klamath Falls at Cascades East.
Dr. Hollander-Rodriguez and her husband loved Klamath Falls so much that they decided to stay and put down roots. Joyce became the Residency Program Director for Cascades East Family Medicine in 2011 and recently was appointed Regional Associate Dean for the OHSU Campus for Rural Health. She is active in organizations to support community health and holds a certificate of added qualification in Hospice and Palliative Care.
Joyce is passionate about rural health education and community health here in the Klamath Basin. She especially enjoys spending time at her small ranch surrounded by her family and animals: 40 sheep, five dogs, three cats, two kids, and 5 chickens.
Bob Jackman, M.D.
College: University of California, Santa Cruz
Medical School: George Washington University
Residency: Cascades East Family Medicine Residency
Graduate Work: Naval Undersea Medical Institute Medical Officer and Deep Sea Diver
Bob started in the Navy, doing his internship and becoming an Undersea Medical Officer and Deep Sea Diver. After four years at the Naval Submarine Medical Research Lab he decided to go inland and complete his residency at Cascades East Family Medicine. His medical interests include lots of procedures and endoscopy of almost any orifice. He enjoys camping and skiing with his wife and two rambunctious kids, and makes great barbecue and beer.
Darlene Breazeal, MS, LMFT
College: Southern Oregon University
Graduate School:California Baptist University
Darlene has been a Klamath Falls native since the age of five and enjoyed growing up on a hay and horse ranch in the Round Lake area. As a young adult and former Miss Klamath County, her love for violin and singing pointed her toward Ashland Oregon where she obtained her BS in Psychology from Southern Oregon University. She then relocated to Southern California and obtained her Masters in Counseling Psychology from California Baptist University. Her post graduate career work has included managing foster care group homes, and providing geriatric care management for the world class memory care company, Silverado. While climbing the corporate ladder in California she continued to long for her roots in a small rural town, especially as she was starting her own family. After 12 years away from Klamath she returned with her family in 2009 where she worked as a therapist and held leadership positions within Klamath Basin Behavioral Health. After six years of service at Klamath Basin Behavioral Health and with a license in Marriage and Family Therapy she set out to integrate her love for medicine and therapy as a behaviorist for Cascades East. On weekends and evenings you may find her highly engaged as a proud parent to her seven year old daughter and five year old son. Her husband is a Juvenile Probation officer and together they enjoy golfing, bicycling, riding motorcycles, fishing, and hiking.
Brandon Chase, M.D.
Medical School:SUNY Upstate Medical University
Residency:Cascades East Family Medicine Residency
Board Certified:Family Medicine
Larry Cohen, M.D.
College:University of California, Los Angeles
Medical School:Autonomous University of Guadalajara, Mexico University of California, Irvine
Residency:Loma Linda University Glendale Adventist Medical Center
Board Certified:Family Medicine
Larry is originally from Los Angeles, where he was a partner in a private group practice for 10 years. He later moved to Chiloquin, OR to work first for a federally qualified health center for four years and later a solo private practice in the same small town. Since finishing training, he has participated in post-graduate medical education as community faculty at two Residency programs. In August 2006, he became full time faculty at Cascades East.
Larry hopes to bring some of his private practice, rural family medicine "nuts and bolts" perspective to the teaching experience at Cascades East Family Medicine Residency Program. He is particularly interested in Type 2 Diabetes. His real-life interests include road cycling, cross-country skiing, hiking and camping with his wife, Cindy, and their various cats and dogs.
Ben Baker, PA-C
College:University of Vermont
PA School:Quinnipiac Univeristy
Kristi Coleman, M.D.
College:New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Medical School:University of Cincinnati College of Medicine