Doctors and Staff

Jeffrey D. Beckwith M.D.
Michael Findley, M.D.
Lana Gee-Gott, M.D.
Douglas P. Jeffrey, M.D.
Mark S. Meyers M.D.
Daniel K. Paulson, M.D.
John White, M.D.

Kacey Brodie, PA-C
Anna Minton, PA-C
Jillian Miller, PA-C



  Jeffrey D. Beckwith M.D. - Dr. “B” received his Doctorate in Medicine from Northwestern University in 1971. His residency was completed at the University of Colorado.  He emphasizes a common sense approach to health care including a focus on prevention and a cautious use of medical testing. He is currently the co-director of Cascade Hospice.   Dr. Beckwith enjoys gardening, poetry, and bicycling.
  Michael Findley, M.D. - Dr. Findley received his medical education at Texas Tech University School of Medicine. He completed his residency while in the Navy, stationed on the West Coast. It was during this time he developed his love for the Pacific Northwest. He is thrilled to finally relocate here with his wife, one of their 4 daughters and the rescued mastiffs who are part of their family. He is busy exploring and getting acquainted with his new community.
  Lana Gee-Gott, M.D. - Dr. Gee-Gott received her Medical Degree from East Virginia Medical School and completed her residency in Family Medicine in Modesto, California.  She focuses her practice on skin, allergies & asthma; pediatrics and adults of all ages.   Outside work she enjoys gardening, raising chickens and Kung Fu.
  Douglas P. Jeffrey, M.D -  He completed a B.S. at Oregon State University 1974 and received his Doctorate in Medicine from Oregon Health Sciences University in 1978. He completed this residency in Family Practice at OHSU in 1981.  He enjoys all aspects of family medicine.  He is currently involved in transforming the delivery of medicine through Health Information Exchange and is the current chairman for the IHE Committee for the Lane Individual Practitioners Association.   In his spare time he enjoys jogging, sports and study of spiritual issues.
  Mark S. Meyers M.D. - Dr. Meyers joined Springfield Family Physicians in 1999 after completing his residency program in Souix Falls, South Dakota.  He graduated from Oregon Health Sciences University in 1996.  Dr. Meyers likes to garden, bicycle and spend time with his family.
  Daniel K. Paulson, M.D. - Graduated from the University of Wisconsin Medical School in 1998.  He completed his residency in Madison, Wisconsin and joined Springfield Family Physicians in 2001. Dr. Paulson is dedicated to making his practice a true “Medical Home”.  In his spare time he enjoys playing tennis, hiking and spending time with his wife and two daughters.
  John White, M.D. - Dr. White is from Central California and graduated from UCLA, UC Berkeley (but roots for the Ducks) and Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. He did his residency at Montgomery Hospital in Pennsylvania. His wife is a journalist and they lived in China and Japan for several years while she was stationed overseas. He enjoys seeing patients of all ages. In his spare time he enjoys bike riding, skiing, reading andspending time with his family.



  Kacey Brodie, PA-C  - Kacey graduated from Portland State University, in 2007 with a B.S. degree and from Rocky Mountain College in Billings Montana in 2011 with her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies with her focus on Family Practice.  She recently relocated from Montana to Oregon.  She enjoys traveling and exploring the outdoors with her dog Roxy.
  Anna Minton, PA-C -  Anna earned her B.S. degree in Respiratory Care from Boise State University in 1999 and graduated from University of Washington in 2011 with her M.S. in Physician Assistant Studies.  She loves working with patients of all ages and encourages them to become activie participants in their medical care.  In her spare time she enjoys hiking, backpacking, snowboarding, traveling and spending time with her fiance.
  Jillian Miller, PA-C - Jill earned her B.S degree from the University of New Mexico in 2006 and her M.S. in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of St. Francis in 2009.  She enjoys the interactions she has with her patients.  When she’s not working, you can find her hiking, camping, playing the piano or walking her four dogs.