Gail was born in Hawaii, raised in California and moved to Grants Pass in 1998 after graduating from California State University-Fresno with her Bachelor's in Nursing to help care for her grandfather. She first went to work for Rogue Valley Medical Center before transferring to Josephine County Memorial Hospital in 1999.
In 2003, she decided to further her career so she joined the US Naval Reserve Nurse Corps and served until 2012. She was also part of a Medical Mission that went to El Salvador and Nicaragua.
She attended Indiana State University from 2006-2008 where she obtained her Master's in Nursing. Her first job as a Nurse Practitioner was with Southern Oregon Health Center (2009-2010) and then worked with Wellspring Family Practice (2011-2019).
Rudy grew up in Southern California, where he went to school to become a Medical Assistant. In the winter of 1994, he moved to the Rogue Valley to work as a Medical Assistant.
After moving to the Rogue Valley, he completed his X-Ray license and worked as a Lab Tech. Rudy also became CAOHC trained in hearing conservation and Full PFT Tech.
He has used his skills working family practices, Asante Health System, imaging centers, urgent cares, and with pediatrics.
Rudy loves being able to help people with their medical care and has been very blessed in his career to be able to help all ages.
Michelle was born in Seattle, Washington and raised in Colton, Oregon. She moved to the North Bend, Washington area after some time at Clackamas Community College. While in North Bend, she met her husband, Clyde.
Together, Michelle and Clyde moved to the Grants Pass area in 1996 with their three boys: Jeremy, Justin, and Clyde Jr. Her boys were raised doing things like 4-H, track, bowling, FBLA, and all the outdoor activities they could.
Now, her boys are grown, she has been blessed with two grandsons, which she loves spending time with. She also enjoys bowling with her husband and friends on a league and sneaking away to the coast anytime possible. She is passionate about helping people to have the best life possible and to give back to this community that has been a huge blessing to her and her family.