Board-certified physician assistant Emma Todd, PA-C, joined our Astoria Primary Care Clinic in October 2020.
Emma completed her master’s degree in physician assistant studies at Towson University in Essex, Maryland. She also has a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Areas of special medical interest include preventative health and nutrition/fitness and its role in chronic disease avoidance/management. Her favorite thing about her practice is the relationships she makes with patients. She enjoys watching people improve their health status and thinks it is exciting when patients take control over eating habits, exercise, quitting smoking and overcoming addictions.
Before coming to CMH, Emma worked as a physician assistant in primary care for the John C. Fremont Healthcare District in Mariposa, Calif. She also has experience working as a physician assistant in urgent care, surgical services and neurosurgery.
When she’s not working, Emma enjoys CrossFit, hiking, biking, camping, cooking, gardening, reading and skiing.
Preventative health and nutrition/fitness and its role in chronic disease avoidance/management
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The CMH Astoria Primary Care Clinic is located in the east wing of the Park Medical Building, just north of Columbia Memorial Hospital on Exchange Street.
After-hours for urgent needs: 503-298-4963
Open Monday-Friday 7:00am-6:30pm
"This was my first visit to Astoria Primary Care, and I was very happy with my experience. The clinic is well-run, clean and the quality of care was first-rate. I feel very good about my decision to have Rachel Flescher be my primary care provider."
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