Russ Henderson, FNP- BC
Russ Henderson has lived and practiced in Eugene, Oregon since 2014. In June of 2018, he opened the doors to OMC, which he owns and operates. Before creating a life for himself and his family in the Pacific Northwest, he was an active duty member of the United States Air Force where his focus was Urology. He also attended the University of Alabama in Huntsville’s graduate program in Family Practice, where he became a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner where his focus has been Men’s Health, Urgent Care, Family Practice, and Urology. Russ now practices medicine focusing on healthcare geared towards the aging male, telemedicine, clinical innovations. He realized a need for more accessible and affordable patient centered care and medicine placing an emphasis on maximizing efficiency and efficacy, which is when he decided to open OMC.
Russ is a passionate advocate for a holistic approach to men’s health. He practices what he preaches at home with his family, where they spend their family time enjoying the close proximity to the mountains and beaches and all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
The community has provided him with many opportunities to volunteer his time and expertise through Oregon Disaster Medical Team and Occupy Medicine. Russ is an active member of several professional organizations notably The American Society for Men’s Health, AANC, and AANP. Through OMC, he is accomplishing his goal of helping men live their best lives by providing accessible and affordable resources to healthcare.
Nathan Collins, PA
Nathan Collins is a Physician Assistant who works with many different patients from the Eugene/Springfield (and surrounding) community both at OMC and a local Urgent Care. In his role as a PA, he helps not only work to attain an optimal hormone balance for his patients, in order to get the most out of their daily lives, but is comfortable in the Urgent Care environment as well, managing, either in the clinic, or determining if a patient needs to be seen in the ER, abdominal pain, chest pain, shortness of breath, allergic reactions, urinary tract infections, lacerations, sprains or fractures, to name some of the more common ailments of his patients.
Nathan worked in both Oregon and Arizona for nearly 13 years as a Paramedic in air, ground, and hospital based services, before returning to school in order to advance his education and expand on the patients that he was able to assist.
He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology/Family Studies at Arizona State University and graduated with his Master’s Degree from Midwestern University, in Glendale, Az, in 2015
While he has worked in this community for four and a half years and has been at OMC for 6 months, Nathan grew up here in Eugene until he attended high school at Milwaukie High School outside of Portland, Or. He is married with 4 kids, 2 of whom are in high school, 1 in middle school, and one in elementary school, and is kept very busy nowadays with Homeschooling, makeshift PE classes, and real-time Home Economic courses. He has already had multiple amazing opportunities to travel to, and experience, multiple other countries around the world, and hopes that he can continue to do so, both in a professional manner and as a tourist.
Nathan is incredibly passionate about serving his community whether it be through life-changing medications or with the application of a simple bandage.