Andrea Giachetti, FNP-C
Andi received her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Arizona State University and practiced as a pediatric oncology/hematology/bone marrow transplant nurse for five years at Children’s Hospital and Research Center Oakland, California. She earned her Master’s degree in Nursing at Johns Hopkins University, becoming a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She went on to complete a post-graduate Family Medicine Fellowship at Cabarrus Family Medicine in North Carolina, focusing on rural medicine primary care. Andi’s professional interests focus on health promotion, disease prevention, and diagnosis and management of common and complex health care problems beginning in childhood and continuing throughout the lifespan. She is passionate about helping her patients find health and wellness in body, mind, and spirit, and she seeks to empower her patients in their own health and well-being. Hypertension, Pediatric Well-Child visits, diabetes management, sports physicals, hypo/hyperthyroidism,
Debra Robbins, PA
As a graduate of Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, Debi provides both primary and specialized care. General health care and weight management are essential to her practice, but Debi is additionally skilled in gynecological and metabolic medicine including abnormal periods, hormone imbalances, and diabetes. She is adept at testing hormone levels and using bio-identical hormones to alleviate the symptoms of PMS, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), menopause, and other hormone-related conditions. Debi is experienced in genitourinary health and treats incontinence and interstitial cystitis (chronic bladder pain).
Debi is a proactive provider who blends traditional and alternative medicine and promotes simple lifestyle changes to help her patients live healthier happier lives.
Jill Henry, PA-C
Jill Henry is a Duke University Medical School Physician Assistant program graduate. She holds a master of health science degree and is a certified physician assistant. She enjoys getting to know patients while providing education to assist them in achieving physical and mental health and balance. Jill favors natural approaches whenever possible to help patients reach their health goals. Her areas of interest include hormone balancing for men and women, postpartum depression, diet and weight management, as well as all facets of general primary care. Jill would be honored to help you achieve your health and wellness goals.
Joel Klein, MD
Having received his MD from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 1981, Dr. Klein, practiced Family Medicine in a “conventional” setting for 15 years, 10 in Annapolis, MD and 5 in Colorado Springs, CO. All the while, he knew and experienced for himself the value of alternative and holistic therapies and, incorporated them into his treatment plans whenever possible. Desiring to devote more of his time to Holistic Medicine, Dr. Klein left his conventional practice in November, 2000 and opened “The Klein Center for Holistic Medicine” in Colorado Springs. For over a decade, he treated area patients incorporating nutritional, herbal, and homeopathic strategies, into his primary care practice, to complement and minimize the need for conventional medical therapies alone. Then a few years ago a learning opportunity brought him for a visit to Southern Oregon, where he fell in love with the area! Trading the Rockies for the Cascades, Dr. Klein has now settled in this region, and is a wonderful member of our Complete Care team of medical professionals. Relying on an integrated, patient proven approach, Dr. Klein successfully treats many conditions like low thyroid, fatigue, stress, adrenal issues, hormone imbalances, weight gain, and more- conditions that, if left untreated, could lead to more serious illness. In addition, the same strategies can be successfully employed for those with more serious conditions, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and many chronic inflammatory diseases, to lessen and even eliminate the need for medication and improve quality of life. If you’re looking to partner with a Medical Doctor, whose background goes beyond that of a “routine” family or general practitioner- Dr. Klein wants to meet you.
Laura Delryelle, DNP, MSN, FNP-BC, ABAAHP
Laura Deleruyelle holds a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree from Case Western Reserve University. She is board-certified in family practice by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and has been practicing for over 18 years. She has been prescribing compounded bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for her patients since 2004. She holds a total of five degrees. She obtained her Master of Science Nursing degree in family practice from the University of Tampa, Bachelors of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology from the University of Florida, Associate of Applied Science nursing degree from The University of the State of New York and Associate of Arts degree from Palm Beach Junior College. Over the last five years, she has changed her practice to include an Anti-Aging, integrative approach so that she may provide better care to her patients. Using an integrative approach allows her to provide a customized plan for each patient that focuses on the cause of their symptoms rather than just solely treating their symptoms.
Medford Location 3132 State St
Laurel Okorofsky MS, PA-C
Laurel is a physician assistant whose medical training and experience began with critical care medicine as a respiratory therapist, moved to primary care with an emphasis on geriatrics and internal medicine, and finally progressed to a functional medicine “get to the root cause” approach with a focus on diabetes management. Working in a primary care practice in New York’s rural Hudson Valley and Catskill Mountains, she relocated her farm to the Rogue River Valley in 2018 after a serious horseback riding accident. This journey of personal healing has both informed her medical practice and expanded her knowledge base; she has a keen interest in helping others to apply the best that updated research has to offer to wellness care. Laurel truly prides herself in going above and beyond and finding a measured and positive-minded approach for people with the most challenging diabetes.
While she has special training in traditional endocrine medicine and is literate in insulin pump management and the principles of diabetes education, she is also a primary care provider who stays current with, and believes in, an evidence-based approach to healthcare: Take the best of functional medicine and combine with the best that the traditional approach can offer. She is deeply committed to helping her clients create an individual care plan and make lasting lifestyle changes.
She holds three science degrees: Two from NY State Universities: A.A.S. Respiratory Care, and B.S. Biology, and from the Albany Medical College Graduate Center a Master of Science degree.
Medford Location 3132 State St. STE 110
Sarah Roberson, MSN, FNP-C
Sarah graduated with her BS in Nursing from OHSU and then progressed on to CSULB for her MSN in nursing, becoming a family nurse practitioner. She has been practicing in the Rogue Valley for the last 9 years. While she sees the spectrum of primary care she also specifically focuses in hormone balancing for women, men, and teens. She additionally encourages preventative care, educating her patients with specific dietary guidelines and lifestyle changes to prevent heart disease and diabetes, and also to slow down the progression of these diseases when they are already present. Other main health issues she treats includes thyroid dysfunction, adrenal fatigue, and general women’s health. She blends traditional western medicine with a mix of alternative approaches as well, utilizing supplements, vitamin testing and essential oils when able.
A graduate of New York Medical College/Pace University’s Nurse Practitioner Program, Susan did her FNP preceptor-ship at Harvard Community Health Plan in Cambridge, MA. Previously an Associate Professor and Director of the Health and Wellness Center at SOU, she brings a wealth of clinical experience and training to your visit. In her evaluation of women who are frustrated with their lack of orgasm or arousal, low desire for sex, vaginal dryness, lack of sensation, or pain during sexual activity she blends the best of what nutrition, fitness, and medicine have to offer. Her patients are effusive in their appreciation of recapturing their energy, optimism and sexuality.