“I want to remove barriers to care that have be created by government regulations and insurance company rules. I want to remove the restrictions the typically leave physicians in the traditional healthcare setting buried in nonsense paperwork. I want to spend my time where it counts: with my patients. In removing these interferences, I will return Family Medicine to its root values of clinical excellence and compassion for patients. I promise to deliver unprecedented accessibility, convenience, affordability and patient-centered care. “
Dr. Ron is a board certified physician in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulation. He has served as a family medicine physician in Salem since 2004 where he has cared for anyone, newborns to the elderly. He is trained to care for the whole family through all phases of life. He is a graduate of Abilene Christian University and Des Moines University for his medical degree.
Dr. Ron was born and raised in Chicago and is a die hard CUBS fan.
He lives here in Salem with his wife and 4 children. He enjoys making his children have “Force Family Fun Time” with him and his wife, working on his 5 acres, watching Cubs games and participating in cross fit. He is passionate about his patients and giving them the best healthcare that that can receive. He wants all patients to receive All-Star care.
“I have had an extremely rewarding career. I know that I have made a difference in the lives of my patients and their families, as well as them making a difference in my life.”
Salem has been Tina’s home for the past 40 years. Her husband and her have 6 children and 13 grandchildren. When she is not working or spending time with her family, you can find her on the golf course beating her husband in a round of golf.
Tina has been a medical assistant since 1994 and has been working with Dr. Palm since 2007.
“I enjoy being able to go the extra mile for patients and being able to build a relationship with them.”
Shirley was born and raised in Baker City Oregon. She is married with two children and one stepson. Both of whom are out of the house. She loves to spend time with her five grandchildren and her three grown children, and watching them grow up playing sports, and developing their careers. Shirley started her work in the medical field 14 years ago with Dr.Palm in his Keizer office.
“I enjoy the relationships that I get to form with patients. It is like catching up with old friends every time they come in.”
Trisha was born and raised in Independence where her family continues to farm. She lives with husband (who continues to force her to be a Cubs fan) and their 4 children. When not working in the office or shuffling kids around she enjoys CrossFit and “Forced Family Fun Time” with her children.