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Physician Assistant, Internal Medicine
Victoria Oberzil, PA-C, MPAS is a graduate of the OHSU School of Medicine, and holds a Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies. Prior to medical school Oberzil earned her Bachelor’s degree in General Science at Portland State University, and a Research Masters in Global Health and Epidemiology at Amsterdam’s Vrije Universiteit.
Oberzil has extensive experience in addiction medicine, managing and counseling patients with substance use disorders and assisting with medical sobriety planning. She most recently provided care for hospital inpatients at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center.
Oberzil has a strong focus on global health issues. She spent a year in Oaxaca, Mexico with the organization Child Family Health International working on a malaria eradication program. She is also a strong believer in helping in our community, having volunteered for several years as a volunteer Physician Assistant at SW Washington Free Clinic. “If I couldn’t be a Physician Assistant, I believe I would be a foreign diplomat,” said Oberzil. “It would combine my love of travel with my interest in promoting global health.
Oberzil has a strong love for outdoor adventure, taking every opportunity to backpack, hunt for mushrooms, ski cross-country, or simply take her dog on a hike.