Blue Mountain Hospital District is excited about the addition of 3 new providers to the team. The addition of 3 providers means increased access to care for our community. We welcome Dr. Brian Jennings, Dr. Robyn Jennings, & Dr. Caitlin MacCoun.
Dr. Brian Jennings grew up in Connecticut where he also attended medical school. While attending medical school he met and married his wife, Robyn – who is also joining the BMHD team! They did residency together in Colorado, and then Dr. Brian Jennings did a fellowship year in global health and spent 5 months working in Honduras. Most recently, his family was serving as missionaries in Ghana, West Africa. He has a special interest in obstetrics. His hobbies include travel, hiking, biking, board games, and spending time with his family. He is working in the ED, hospital and the clinic.
Dr. Robyn Jennings grew up in Connecticut and volunteered as a missionary teacher in Bogota, Colombia for two years before she entered medical school, and met her husband, Brian. She has worked in rural Kansas, Honduras, and most recently, as a missionary in Ghana, West Africa alongside her husband Brian. Her professional interests include obstetrics, pediatrics, primary care, and public health. She is working in the clinic. Her hobbies include hiking, running, baking, board games, and playing with their three children. Brian and Robyn are excited to join the John Day community and have really enjoyed meeting new people, spending time at Magone Lake, 7th Street, and going to Story Time at the library.
Dr. Caitlin MacCoun grew up in rural Wisconsin where she went on to complete her undergraduate and medical education at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Following this, she moved west for residency training at OHSU – Klamath Falls Family Medicine Residency in southern Oregon. After three years of training and adventuring in Oregon she pursued a fellowship in surgical and high-risk Obstetrics in Seattle. She is excited to return to rural Oregon to practice full spectrum Family Medicine. Her areas of interest include sports medicine, women’s health and obstetrics, as well as preventative medicine. Caitlin will be working in the ED, hospital and clinic. When she’s not working, her interests include hiking, biking, running, kayaking, cross country skiing, and napping with her two dogs. She chose BMHD for the full spectrum practice, the beautiful landscape and the warm community. She’s enjoyed meeting new people and says everyone has been so welcoming! Dr. MacCoun has been loving the outdoor recreation here in Grant County.
All 3 new doctors are currently accepting new patients, to make an appointment call Strawberry Wilderness Community Clinic. 541-575-0404