About David Knowlton, M.D.
Dr. Knowlton moved to the Eugene and Springfield areas in 1997 and joined McKenzie Family Practice in 2002. Board Certified since 1993, Dr. Knowlton hails from the garden state of New Jersey.
He attended undergraduate studies at Rutgers School of Engineering; receiving
a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering.
In 1990, having graduated from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, New Jersey, he then completed a three-year residence in Family Practice at Grant Medical Center, an urban hospital in Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. Knowlton moved to the Pacific Northwest in 1993 and practiced rural family medicine for four years on the Makah Indian Reservation of Neah Bay, Washington where he became the Medical Director for the Indian Health Service Unit.
Very happy here in Oregon, parenting his blended family, Dr. Knowlton plays City League Ultimate Frisbee. Hobbies include playing guitar, painting, sailing, gardening, and animal husbandry. He also works with adolescents and leads the Eugene Friends Meeting religious education group for teenagers.
Medical School - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Residency in Family Medicine -Grant Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio
Provides Suboxone Treatment
About John R. LeBow, D.O.
Dr. LeBow has been board certified in Osteopathic Family Medicine since 1980 and joined McKenzie Family Practice in 1999.
A native of Kansas City, Missouri, Dr. LeBow completed his undergraduate education at Kansas State University in 1972. He completed his D.O. degree at the Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1980 and then he worked for three years in the Public Health Services in rural Michigan.
He assumed the job of Director of the Family Practice Residency at Riverside Hospital from 1984-1987. After working for a year full-time in the emergency room, he headed west in 1988 to practice family medicine in Aurora, Colorado.
He moved to Eugene-Springfield in 1998. His interests include farming, hiking, horseback riding, and the many sporting events this area has to offer.
Medical School - Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency at Public Health Services - Michigan
About Wendy Hounsel, FNP
Wendy Hounsel is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
She has a background in cardiac nursing and western herbal medicine
and was recognized as a 2016 Oregon March of Dimes Nurse of the Year.
Wendy is a registered professional member of the American Herbalists Guild and has completed traditional apprenticeships in Western herbalism at the Northeast School of Botanical Medicine in New York State, the Blue Ridge School of Herbal Medicine in western North Carolina, and the Appalachian Center for Herbal Studies in Alabama.
Bachelor's of Nursing - Valedictorian - Louisiana State University - New Orleans
Master of Science in Nursing - Gonzaga University - Washington