MOLLY STRATTAN, CNM, FNP

Family Practice

Molly joined Southwest Family Physicians in 1999 as a Midwife to provide obstetrics, newborn, and women’s healthcare. After working in our family practice for 10 years, she returned to Oregon Health Sciences University for her Post Master’s Certificate with a specialty in Family Practice. In 2016, Molly retired from deliveries but continues to care for families, newborns, children, adolescents, women, and men, from all walks of life. Today, Molly also provides hormone therapy for post-menopausal women, men with low testosterone, and, more recently, for transgender adults. Molly is accepting new patients.

Molly’s journey into healthcare dates back to her time volunteering across the globe. While serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kenya, Molly realized that access to healthcare was the foundation of a healthy community. When she returned home, she attended Creighton University to get her Bachelor’s degree of Science in Nursing. After graduation, she moved to Alaska to serve as a Commissioned Officer with the Department of Health & Human Services as a Pediatrics and Obstetrics Nurse. To pursue her dream of being a Certified Nurse Midwife, she moved to Oregon to attend Oregon Health Sciences University and received her Master’s of Science with a specialty in Nurse Midwifery.

Molly’s husband Collin Stoll, LAc, also works at Southwest Family Physicians, as our Acupuncturist. They have two daughters and, in their spare time, enjoy the beach, mountains, music, and our fabulous local culinary scene.