Dr. Witherrite believes that rural family medicine remains the ideal for the family medicine specialty. It gives doctors the ability to provide full spectrum care for patients from, obstetrics & pediatrics to geriatrics and everything stage in between. He finds that having the opportunity to care for you and your entire family is very rewarding.
Besides being close to where he grew up in Pendleton, OR, Dr. Troy Witherrite chose to move to the area because of the nice blend of cultures, and climates that the area offers. He chose to practice at NorthShore because there is a strong spirit of independence here as well as a wonderfully diverse group of professionals to work with.
Outside the office, Dr. Witherrite enjoys backpacking, hiking, trail running, mountain biking, and CrossFit. He also loves spending time with his wife, Dr. Liette Witherrite and their two daughters, Lila and Sage. He has also been enjoying fixing up their nearly century old farmhouse. To date they have built a large chicken coop, greenhouse, and begun restoring the barn.
Fellowship in Faculty Development, University of Arizona College of Medicine – 2006
Residency in Family Medicine, Banner Good Samaritan Family Medicine Residency Program – 2006
Internship in Internal Medicine, Maricopa Integrated Health System Internal Medicine Residency Program – 2004
Doctor of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin – 2002
Masters of Arts in Medical Ethics, Medical College of Wisconsin – 2002
Bachelor of Science: Double Major in Biology & Philosophy, Oregon State University – 1997
Board Certified Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine
American Academy of Family Physicians
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