Mountain View Medical Group has two locations serving Wallowa County, and offers primary care, obstetrics, and general surgery. As part of Wallowa Memorial Hospital, Mountain View Medical Group provides premier health care in an award-winning rural setting.
Dr. Allen received her medical degree in osteopathic medicine from Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee. She completed her residency in family medicine through a rural rotation program in Provo, Utah. Her training in osteopathic medicine gives Dr. Allen a unique approach with osteopathic manipulation treatment, a key difference of Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (DO). When not working, you’ll find Dr. Allen and her husband Luke enjoying an outdoor activity or sport with their two young boys, or spending time in her kitchen cooking and baking.
Dr. Caine fell in love with practicing rural medicine after participating in Oregon Health Sciences University’s Rural Residency program. Receiving her medical degree from Albany Medical College in New York, Dr. Caine is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
When she’s not taking care of her patients, you’ll find Dr. Caine spending time with her husband Michael and their three young daughters.
A board certified general surgeon, Dr. Rose earned his medical degree at renowned Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, California. Dr. Rose is an advocate for preventative medicine through healthy lifestyle choices, and helped bring the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) to Wallowa County. Dr. Rose has helped hundreds of Wallowa County residents dramatically improve their health through positive lifestyle changes.
When he’s not performing surgery or leading a healthy lifestyles program, you’ll find Dr. Rose spending time outdoors with his wife, Lana and their four daughters.
Dr. Sheahan received her medical degree from the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. Sheahan also became interested in rural medicine through Oregon Health Sciences University’s Rural Residency program. An avid runner, Dr. Sheahan participates in marathons in her spare time. Sheahan is also an advocate for healthy lifestyle choices, and works with Dr. Rose to lead the CHIP (Complete Health Improvement Program) in Wallowa County.
Dr. Sheahan lives in Enterprise with her husband Phil and their two children.
A fifth generation Wallowa Countian, Traci went to work at Wallowa Memorial Hospital at the age of 18 as a certified nursing assistant, fell in love with nursing, and pursued a MS in nursing from Oregon Health Sciences University’s La Grande campus. Traci has been a nurse practitioner since 1998. In her spare time, you will find Traci helping her husband and family at the Wade family cattle ranch in Lostine, and camping, hiking and enjoying other outdoor activities.