Meet Our Team

Martin L. Bassett, MD PC

Dr. Bassett grew up in Grants Pass, Oregon graduated as a National Merit Scholarship Finalist. He attended O.S.U. and graduated in pharmacy before going to O.H.S.U. graduating magna cum laude. His Internal Medicine residency was done in Denver, CO (Fitzsimons Army Medical Center) and Endocrinology Fellowship in Tacoma, WA (Madigan Army Medical Center.) He is American Board of Internal Medicine certified in both Internal medicine and endocrinology and metabolism. He was Chief of Endocrinology at Letterman Army Medical Center in San Francisco, CA before beginning practice in Salem, OR in 1983. He practiced with Dr. Charles Campbell and later Dr. Cort Garrison until leaving practice in 1993 to do medical missions work in Kazakhstan in the former Soviet Union with his family for nine years. He returned to Salem in 2002 to practice endocrinology in private practice and be on staff at Salem Hospital. Dr. Bassett has 6 children and 8 grandchildren. He is active in his church, serving on the missions committee, volunteering at Salem Free Clinic, and enjoys golf and snow skiing. Go Beavs.

Katherine Zuber, PA-C

Katherine grew up on the southern Oregon coast in Gold Beach. She was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 17 years old, which sparked an interest in medicine and endocrinology. She attended Oregon State University and graduated with a degree in General Science. Prior to attending PA school, she worked at Salem Hospital in the medical and surgical oncology department as a CNA and unit clerk. After receiving her Masters of Physician Assistant Studies at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, MT, she decided to move back to her home state to practice. Her favorite part of being a PA is encouraging patients to take an active role in managing their chronic diseases. Her hobbies include reading, hiking, playing with her dog, Citra, and spending quality time with her friends and family.

Christopher F. Killen, MHS, PA-C

Christopher Killen grew up in North Carolina and has worked in the medical field since he was 13 years old. He enlisted in the Army National Guard at age 18 and has served for over 20 years with four deployments. He graduated from Duke School of Medicine with a Physician Assistant (PA) degree in 2012 and completed an optional residency in Internal Medicine at Wake Forest School of Medicine. He now serves as the only full time military PA in the state and works one day a week at this clinic to challenge his clinical skills. Bring it!

Tauni Carter, PA-C

Tauni grew up in Pendleton, Oregon before attending Oregon State University for her undergraduate degree in Biology. After graduating, she began working at Oregon Health and Science University as an Electroencephalograph Technologist. She then went on to get her Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree, also at OHSU. Tauni is passionate about educating patients on the impact of lifestyle on health and encouraging them to make healthy changes. Outside of work, she enjoys cooking, music, and anything active outdoors.

Amy Jamsa, PA-C

Amy grew up in Silverton, Oregon. She learned to speak Spanish through the bilingual program at Grant Community School here in Salem. When she was 14 years old, her family traveled abroad to Panajachel, Guatemala where she attended an international school for the entirety of 8th grade. She returned home to Oregon for high school and attended Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington for her undergraduate degree. (Go Zags!) Following graduation, she worked as a medical scribe in various settings including a hand clinic, internal medicine, family medicine, and the emergency department. She attended PA school at Idaho State University. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends/family/pets, hiking, playing soccer, reading, watching Netflix, and doing puzzles.

Sam Bassett, Office Manager

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