ASTORIA, Ore. – CMH’s newest physician feels like she’s come home.
Board-eligible obstetrician/gynecologist Sarah Humphrey, MD, will begin seeing patients of the CMH Women’s Center at the end of August. Humphrey joins OB/GYNs Nathan Amrine, MD, and Robert Holland, MD, PhD, and nurse midwives Patricia Boullie and Corinne Almquist.
Humphrey completed her medical degree at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health – Madison and an obstetrics and gynecology residency at the University of Washington, where she was chief resident for a year. She also earned bachelor degrees from Lewis & Clark College and Portland State University.
She recently relocated to Astoria with her husband, a physical therapist at CMH, and their infant son. “We wanted to come to a smaller place,” Humphrey said. “We spent the last four years in Seattle and that wasn’t for us.”
After years of teaching overseas, Humphrey’s parents moved to Naselle, Wash., 15 years ago when she was a college student in Portland. She spent several summers working in Astoria and Seaside restaurants, so coming to Astoria feels like coming home, she said.
“Dr. Humphrey will be a great addition to our staff at the CMH Women’s Center,” said Chief Operating Officer Nicole Williams. “We are excited to have her on board and caring for women in our community.”
Dr. Humphrey’s medical interests include contraception, abnormal uterine bleeding, miscarriage management, pregnancy complications, high-risk and healthy pregnancies, and minimally invasive surgery. She is fluent in Spanish.
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