Angie F. Bean, PA-C
Angie Bean received her Physician Assistant degree at the University of Washington in 2005. She is board certified through the National Commission for Certified Physician Assistants. She worked in Family Practice / Urgent care in Camas, Washington prior to moving to Oregon. In Corvallis, she worked in Neurology where she specialized in migraine treatment.
Angie enjoys being on staff at Corvallis Family Medicine because it is a small private practice and has a caring, family feel. She enjoys the relationships she builds with patients and their families in family practice. She has compassion for women’s health and loves helping adolescents navigate that stage of life. She prides herself on being able to connect with her patients in a non-judgmental way. She truly believes in being a part of a team with her patients so they can come to a healthcare decision together. She feels this empowers the patients in their own healthcare.
She has worked for Planned Parenthood. Angie belongs to the Oregon Society of Physician Assistants, American Headache Society and Academy for Eating disorders. She is a current board member of the Quality Management Committee through Samaritan Health. In 2011 and 2012 she volunteered at the Kearney Breast Care Center in Vancouver, Washington as a provider doing education and breast exams for under-insured or uninsured women.
Angie has precepted Physician Assistant students for many years. She currently has pre-Physician Assistant students from OSU job-shadowing her. While practicing in Washington she volunteered for several years at speaking engagements for Soroptimist Women’s Organization.
Angie is an avid outdoorswoman and spends time with her husband and dogs camping, hiking, and riding quads. She also enjoys photography and taking care of her various farm animals.
University of Washington School of Medicine, MEDEX Physician Assistant Program: 2005
Board Certified through the National Commission for Certified Physician Assistants (NCCPA):
Certified Physician Assistant (PA-C): 2005