Dr David Paik joined the Pathways family in January 2016 as Medical Director. He is an attending family medicine provider at PeaceHealth Southwest Washington Family Medicine Residency. He received his undergraduate degree from The University of California Santa Barbara and his M.D. from Loma Linda University in 2006. In addition to teaching, Dr Paik is active in his Korean church, facilitating discussions on philosophical and theological topics, apologetics and logic. He has a heart for city ministry, homelessness, poverty, politics and the overall enjoyment of a complicated and controversial discussion. He spends his free time singing and dancing with his 2 year old son, exploring the city with his wife of 8 years, hiking through the woods with his 2 dogs and reading.
Andrea recently joined the Pathways family in May 2017. She has been an RN since 2007, but has known that she wanted to be a nurse since she was six years old. Her experience with in-hospital acute care pediatrics, along with her heart for taking care of people and being an advocate for their health and healing make her a incredible blessing for our clinic! Andrea and her husband, Rhys, live in Vancouver with their two daughters; Alexis and Olivia. She enjoys teaching classes on nutrition, health and essential oils, and camping with her family.
Kerry joined Pathways in May 2013 as the Executive Director. She has over 25 years of clinical experience as a Medical Assistance Supervisor and a High Risk Patient Coordinator. She is very knowledgeable about pregnancy, child-care, nutrition and has a passion for providing love and support for women with unexpected pregnancies. Her skills and experience in the medical field have proven to be a tremendous asset for our clinic. Kerry and her husband Brett moved here from California in 2012 and they currently attend Grace Church in Camas. She is a mother of seven and a grandmother of 17! Her deep love for Christ shines through in all that she does.
Sarah graduated from the University of Portland in 2009 with a bachelors in nursing. She started out her career with a passion for medical missions and went to Indonesia (where she met her husband), Uganda and Boliva. She volunteers regularly at New Heights Medical Clinic, is involved in her Korean church and works part time at The Vancouver Clinic. The rest of her time is spent chasing her two boys, relaxing with her husband and drinking coffee with her identical twin sister.
Dr. Dashow began volunteering at Pathways in January of 2016. As a Perinatologist, he brings 40+ years of experience in fetal medicine to Pathways. Dr. Dashow's heart for working with pregnant women, even those in challenging circumstances, has made him an instrumental part of our team. Dr. Dashow and his beautiful bride, Shirley, live in Tacoma and have 2 grown children.
Jess began volunteering at Pathways in Sept. 2008. She hoped to help others avoid an abortion decision by sharing her deep pain and regret surrounding her abortion decision at age 19. In the midst of a post-abortion Bible study, she felt God calling her to start a post-abortion ministry at Pathways. Jess recently graduated from Multnomah University with her BA in Leadership and Ministry and a minor in Bible and Theology. Jess and her husband, Dan, live in Vancouver with their three sons; Walker, Thomas and Cameron. Jess enjoys painting and loves teaching local art groups. She is passionate about seeing women, and their families, reach their full potential and is dedicated to bringing glory to God through her work at Pathways Pregnancy Clinic.
Rosemary's desire to help women in unplanned pregnancies brought her to Pathways in 2016 as a volunteer nurse. She has over 25 years of medical experience and has been serving with Gabriel’s Angels, where she mentors new moms, since 2010. Rosemary and her husband, Jim, moved back to Vancouver from Alaska in 1994, and currently attend Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. They have 5 grown children and 13 grandchildren.
Lisa was a stay-at-home mom for many years and then she returned to college and studied to be an ultrasonographer in Bellevue, Washington. As she puts it, "I went away to college when my kids when away to college. My poor husband stayed home and had to pay the bills." It was worth it as she loves the profession and currently works for Legacy Hospitals at their Mt. Hood location. Lisa volunteers on her off days at the Pathways clinic in Camas.
Julie began volunteering for Pathways in September 2013, when she began training to perform ultrasounds. She has 8 years of experience in Family Practice and Community Health, and was led to Pathways while searching for a way give back to our community. Julie and her husband, Brian, live in Camas and attend St. Thomas Catholic Church. They have 4 wonderful children.
Pathways Pregnancy Clinic is a faith-based organization and does not offer annual exams, birth control devices, mid-life services, abortion services or referrals, mammograms or breast
You will receive a referral list of local physicians for continued reproductive care..
screenings, in-vitro fertilization services, pre or post-natal care, treatment of infertility, or treatment of reproductive tract infections.