Caroline Jolley, MD

Caroline Jolley, MD

Caroline grew up in the suburbs of Portland, Oregon, where she spent her childhood exploring the mountains of the Cascades and beaches along the Oregon Coast with her family. She traveled east to complete her Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and Behavior at Vassar College in New York, where she also competed as a member of the varsity rowing team. However, she missed the big mountains and wild places of the west so much that she moved back right after college. Caroline settled in Jackson, Wyoming, where she worked in healthcare as a neuropsychiatry technician and clinic manager. She fell head-over-heels in love with the mountain town, where she enjoyed singing in a community choir and staying active in her church. Through working and living in a rural community, she saw the critical need for health care providers in the frontier west, and she decided to go back to school to pursue her MD.

Caroline attended Oregon Health and Science University for medical school as part of the Wyoming WICHE Professional Student Exchange Program. During medical school, she participated in the AHEC Rural Scholars program, completing a longitudinal family medicine rotation in Eastern Oregon. She felt right at home on this rotation, confirming that family medicine is the specialty for her! She is excited to be joining the Port Angeles Rural Training Track and to continue training as a full-spectrum family medicine doctor.

Degrees/Other Information

Medical Degree: Oregon Health and Science University

Residency: Swedish Cherry Hill Family Residency Rural Training Track

Specialty: Family Medicine

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