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
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
Joshua Gratwohl, PA-C
Josh grew up in a small mining town in rural Northern Nevada. When he decided to go to college at the University of Nevada in Reno, he took a job cooking pizza at a Sam’s Club. It was there he learned to speak Spanish with Hispanic coworkers by being immersed in the language full time. Josh went on to pursue degrees in both Biology and Spanish. After working in a gold mine for a brief stint, he moved back to Reno and worked as a technician in Neuro-Ophthalmology for several years. Having found his passion in medicine, he knew he wanted a greater role in caring for patients. Joshua was incredibly fortunate to be accepted to and attend PA school at Concordia University in a suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he developed a passion for helping people live healthier lives to avoid the disastrous downstream effects of diseases like diabetes. He came to truly understand that health and quality of life are directly correlated, and he wants to be a part of helping patients to have more life in their days. In his free time, Josh enjoys cycling, learning, going to the gym, walking/hiking, and spending time with loved ones.
Jazmin Billadeau, CrMA