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.
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"Russ really cares about Men and their health. He is very thorough and passionate about his work. I feel very confident in the care I am getting and will continue to receive in the future. I would also recommend him not just for testosterone therapy, but for primary care as well."
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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.
Tyler Rice, FNP
Tyler Rice is a Family Nurse Practitioner who relocated from Iowa to Bend, Oregon in December of 2021 to join the OMC team. Before moving to Bend, Oregon, Tyler worked at Iowa Methodist Medical Center — one of the busiest emergency departments in the state of Iowa — over the previous three years. While working in the hospital setting, Tyler attended graduate school at Allen College in Waterloo, Iowa to obtain his Family Nurse Practitioner degree. His focus was on primary care, family-centered care, men's health, and urgent care. Tyler has a passion for assessing, planning, diagnosing and treating patients. Tyler wants to be a patient advocate and strives to treat each patient as an individual. His work experience ranges from non-urgent patient situations to the most critically ill patients. He wants to bring more attention to Primary Care and Men's Health, focusing on maximizing their health for the future.
Tyler and his wife moved out to Oregon to be closer to his wife's family while his mother-in-law was battling ovarian cancer. Tyler and his wife have three dogs (Sam, Lincoln and Ellie) and a pet freshwater stingray (Bear). The family enjoys the outdoors, skiing, hiking, and traveling.
Tyler hopes to provide many opportunities serving for this community. He wants to help men live their lives to the fullest and provide valuable resources for each one's healthcare.
Steve Lorenzen, PA-C, MPAS
Steve grew up and attended school in the Willamette Valley, eventually earning a Bachelor's degree in Linguistics from the University of Oregon. After graduating from college, he enlisted in the Army and served as a medic in the 75th Ranger Regiment, completing tours of duty in Afghanistan as a strike force medic and a reconnaissance medic. During the timeframe of military service, he developed a passion for medicine and patient care which led him on the path to becoming a physician assistant. He graduated from the University of Washington Physician Assistant program in 2017 and then worked in cardiology until 2021 in order to pursue general medicine in urgent care as well as men's health.
In his free time, he enjoys music, weightlifting, hunting, and the outdoors. He also loves exploring and recreating in what the beautiful Pacific Northwest has to offer, in addition to spending time with his 6-year-old son.
Russ Henderson during his medical mission work in Ghana.
Russ Henderson during his military service.
Left to right: OMC Clinic manager Elsy Ruiz, Owner/Clinician Russ Henderson, medical assistant Candice Gosney, Tyler Rice Clinician FNP, Trala Mosley Bend Clinic Manager/Medical Assistant