Harrison Family Medicine

1100 Southgate, Suite 2
Pendleton, OR 97801
Phone: 541-215-1564
Fax: 541-215-1567
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM-5PM

Dr. Russell Harrison

Russell Harrison

Dr. Russell Harrison is a board certified family physician, who has been serving the Pendleton community since 2009. He is committed to providing caring and thorough medical care for his patients and their families.

After graduating from BYU he taught high school biology for 2 years before attending medical school. In 2003 he graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin and started residency training with the US Air Force in Omaha, NE. After graduating from family medicine residency in 2006, he worked for the Air Force for 3 years in Montana before coming to Pendleton. He enjoys spending time with family, coaching sports, running, and gardening.

Andrea Yolanda Carrasco, MD

Andrea Yolanda Carrasco, MD

Dr. Carrasco is a board-certified family physician, who was born and raised in Chile. She obtained her medical degree from The Universidad De La Frontera in Chile 25 years ago, and completed a Family Practice residency at St Clare’s Hospital in Schenectady, New York. Her medical career in New York included eleven years in private practice, employment in a hospital-owned clinic, working for an in-home health company, and serving as Medical Director for a nursing home and rehabilitation Center.

This past year she went back to Chile to take care of her elderly parents, and is now returning to the States with her husband, James, so they can be closer to their three children. Dr. Carrasco enjoys teaching, camping, going to the movies and socializing with her friends. She is looking forward to living in and becoming part of the small and close knit community here in Pendleton and practicing family medicine at Harrison Family Medicine.

Erika Acuna

Erika Acuna, PA-C

Erika Acuna is board certified Physician Assistant, graduate of OHSU in Portland in 2016. She is also a graduate of University of Washington in Zoology and environmental science. She was offered a position in the clinic while she was still on her clinical rotation as a PA student; she loved the location, the patients, and working with Dr. Harrison and felt it was a good fit. She enjoys working in a rural family practice and loves the “small town feel”. Prior to her medical training she worked as NOAA Fisheries Biologist for 12 years in Seattle with field work in Alaska, while also working as part-time EMT-FF in her community of Snohomish Washington. Born in Chile, South America she also lived for a short time in Wiesbaden Germany. She is fluent in Spanish and regularly volunteers on medical missions to Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Dominican Republic. Her passion is gardening, hiking, road trips, and movies.

Linda Harries

Linda Harries, PA-C

Linda Harries is a board certified Physician Assistant. She and her husband, Phil Reeves, have three children and have lived in Pendleton since 1996. She was born and raised in California, first moving to Oregon in 1985 to attend Western States Chiropractic College. She graduated in 1988 and began practicing chiropractic with her husband, Phil Reeves DC, eventually settling in Pendleton, Oregon in 1996. In the early and mid 2000s there was a shortage of primary care practitioners in the Pendleton area. She decided to return to school, enrolling at University of Washington School of Medicine Physician Assistant program, graduating in 2011, and returned to Pendleton to practice as a PA-C in family medicine. She considers it a privilege and honor to provide health care to her patients and has very much appreciated the support of the closely knit medical community of Pendleton. She enjoys everything outdoors, walking and running, live music, art, and ice skating. She especially loves spending time with her daughter, Molly, sons Bryan and Sam, husband, Phil, and friends and family near and far.

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