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Our Services

We offer 60-minute visits for new patients and same-day or next-day appointments for acute visits. Our services are now available online with Telehealth. Call now to schedule your initial visit!

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Prevention & Wellness

Prevention & Wellness

Primary care, men’s & women’s health, and family practice.

Prevention & Wellness

Assessment & Treatment

Injury treatment, general illness, skin treatment, chronic disease management, and referrals to specialty care.

Prevention & Wellness

Diagnostic Testing

In-house testing for pregnancy, strep throat, influenza, urinalysis, blood glucose, and overnight lab results for most other labs.

Prevention & Wellness


We offer all required immunizations for infants, children, teenagers, and adults. Click below to see our full list.

Prevention & Wellness

Behavioral Health

Your mental and behavioral health is just as important to overall wellness as your physical health. Our primary care providers are trained to assess your full health while our behavioral health clinicians are available to help with mental health, addiction, nutrition, and life planning.

Pediatric Care

Pediatric Care

Sports physical, children care, and children immunizations.

School Health Clinic

School Health Clinic

Our partnership with the Oregon Trail School District provides no-cost health care to all k-12 students and their families.

School Health Clinic

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Our Story.

Orchid Health was founded with the mission of solving the problems and inefficiencies of modern American healthcare and to make sure that no patient or community lacked access due to the current system. Our founders, Orion Falvey and Oliver Alexander spent years working with a number of Oregon’s top healthcare policy leaders, primary care providers, and most importantly community members themselves in order to improve the health and well-being of all patients and to create a model of health care based on quality, compassion, and innovation.


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Exceptional Patient Experience.

Our goal is for our patients to feel listened to, have enough time to ask necessary questions, and be able to discuss what’s most important to them with their provider. In order to accomplish this, we offer hour-long initial visits either online or in-person and 30-minute follow-up visits. Additionally, we understand the need for accessible primary and urgent care when a health concern arises, which is why we offer same-day visits (by appointment) for children and adults, and expedited new patient visits. In order to continuously improve the experience our patients receive, we constantly ask for feedback and involve patients in our decision-making process.



Orchid Health is proud to accept most major health insurance plans, including the Oregon Health Plan, Kaiser, Moda, and most Medicare plans.

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At Orchid, we believe you deserve quality healthcare, no matter what. Anyone can be an Orchid patient, whether or not you have insurance. We have many flexible options available to make our care accessible.

We offer a sliding scale program. Review our pricing + apply for the program. If you don’t qualify for our sliding scale program, please review our set cash pay pricing.

Orchid Health's policy is to provide essential services regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. Discounts are offered based on family size and annual income.

La política de Orchid Health es proporcionar servicios esenciales independientemente de la capacidad de pago de los pacientes. Los descuentos se ofrecen en función del tamaño de la familia y los ingresos anuales.

Please call us with any questions! We’re happy to walk you through our process.

Note: Note: Orchid Health cannot accept cash payments from Medicaid or Medicare patients in lieu of insurance billing. The cash price services listed are covered by Medicaid and Medicare if your are a Medicaid or Medicare beneficiary.

Student Pricing

Our partnership with the Oregon Trail School District provides no-cost health care to k-12 student children and adolescents in the district. These include students at Cedar Ridge Middle School, Oregon Trail Academy, Naas Elementary School, Welches School, Firwood Elementary School, Kelso Elementary School, Sandy Grade School, Boring Middle School, and Sandy High School.

Students between the ages of 12 and 19 who visit the SBHC may be asked to complete an anonymous survey after their visit. The survey asks about the student’s satisfaction and experience at the SBHC, as well as some general questions about their physical and mental health status. Students can refuse to take the survey and this will not affect their ability to get care at the SBHC. To see a copy of the survey, please go to the “SBHC Data Requirements” link from http://healthoregon.org/sbhc. If you have questions about the survey, please contact the SBHC State Program Office at sbhc.program@dhsoha.state.or.us.

Your Providers


Shelby Lee Freed, DNP, FNP-BC, APRN

Family Nurse Practitioner

Specialty: Family Medicine

Clinical Interests: Chronic Disease Management, Preventative Care, Family Planning, Women’s Health, Substance Use Disorders, Health Policy

Languages: English

Education and Certification:

2004 Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, Fairfield University Fairfield, CT

2011 Bachelors of Science in Nursing, MGH Institute of Health Professions Boston, MA

2011 Masters of Science in Nursing, MGH Institute of Health Professions Boston, MA

2021 Doctor of Nursing Practice, Oregon Health & Science University Portland, OR


Shelby grew up in Connecticut and moved to Boston, Massachusetts where she lived for 10 years prior to following her husband and love of the outdoors to Oregon.

While in Boston, Shelby pursued a career in nursing. During nursing school she spent 3 months in Teton Valley, Idaho serving a rural mountain farming community, where her family lives today. After completing her nursing program, she was accepted into the country’s second Nurse Practitioner residency program at a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Worcester, Mass. Upon completion of this residency program, she assumed a variety of leadership roles including Director of the Nurse Practitioner residency program and Director of Advanced Practice Clinicians (Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants).

In Oregon, Shelby worked for the East County Clinic in Gresham and then OHSU’s only FQHC, the Richmond Clinic, located in SE Portland. Prior to COVID-19, Shelby started OHSU’s Doctor of Nursing Practice Program. Her clinical work and DNP project focused on the development of an outdoor and indoor respiratory clinic to support the ongoing care, testing, and treatment of high-complexity, high-risk patients throughout the pandemic. She won several awards and was featured on Oregon Public Broadcasting for her work. She is excited to transition from FQHCs to serving more rural communities.

In addition to her clinical role, Shelby also teaches at the OHSU School of Nursing and is an active member of the Oregon Nurses Association, American Association of Nurse Practitioners, and is the Chair of the Health Policy Committee for Nurse Practitioners of Oregon.

When not at work, Shelby enjoys running, hiking, backpacking, gardening, cooking, and reading. She also loves spending time with her family and road tripping the great states of Oregon, Washington & Idaho.


Drew Edwards, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Specialty: Family Practice, all ages, Primary Care

Languages: Spanish

Education and Certification:



Originally from Chicago, Drew brings a diverse background and passion for healthcare to Orchid Health Sandy Clinic. Drew's journey started as a Wilderness Therapist in Colorado, guiding at-risk teens on transformative backpacking trips, his wilderness medical training at that time sparked a love for medicine. Following a decade of international experience leading service-based trips throughout India, East Africa, South America, and the South Pacific, Drew pursued a BSN and MN as an FNP at OHSU.

Drew's last two years at one of the Multnomah County clinics affirmed the transition to healthcare was the right path. At Orchid Health, Drew emphasizes a holistic approach to primary care, particularly within a High School setting. Outside the clinic, Drew enjoys creating imaginative games with his three-year-old son, embracing nature, and indulging in beach volleyball on sunny days. Currently immersed in the works of Abraham Verghese who champions a very patient first approach to medicine, Drew brings a unique perspective to enhance the healthcare experience.


Behavioral Health Counselor

Specialty: Family Medicine


Our Behavioral Health Counselor has extensive experience. With a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling, they bring a wealth of knowledge to their practice. With over a decade of experience, they have provided counseling services to clients of all ages, specializing in outpatient and school-based settings. They are also a certified EMDR therapist, focusing on complex trauma and anxiety.Above all, their approach centers around establishing safety and trust within the therapeutic relationship, creating an environment where clients can freely express themselves.

Your Support Team


Missy Albrich

Clinic Manager

Languages: English

Education and Certification:

Associates from Ouachita Technical College


Missy grew up in a small rural Oregon town until she was 13 years old when she and her family moved to an even smaller rural town in Arkansas, with a population of 317. When she was 29, she moved back to Oregon to start her family.

Missy graduated from Ouachita Technical College with an Associate degree and began her career in healthcare nearly 20 years ago. She is currently focused on learning about the ins and outs of rural healthcare while creating a work-life balance.

In her spare time, Missy enjoys spending time with her family. She and her husband have two boys and they enjoy watching their children participate in the School’s Drumline and Middle School football/baseball. Additionally, Missy and her family love traveling and taking vacations together!


Derek O’Guin

Patient Support Specialist

Specialty: Derek supports our patient care team and is your go-to for scheduling appointments, eligibility questions, and ensuring you have a smooth experience at Orchid.

Languages: English


Marisa Garcia-Ruiz

Medical Assitant

Languages: Spanish

Education and Certification:

Heald College


Marisa Garcia-Ruiz is an experienced healthcare professional with a career spanning back to 2003. Her journey began as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) immediately after high school, at the age of 18. Marisa's early years in the medical field allowed her to explore her passion for patient care and inspired her to pursue further opportunities.

In October 2012, Marisa transitioned to become a Medical Assistant (MA), marking a significant step in her career. She embarked on her MA journey at Providence in February 2013, initially working in the float pool. Over the course of one year, she honed her skills and sought the ideal clinical environment.

In March 2014, Marisa found her calling at Providence The Plaza IM/FM clinic, where she spent invaluable years of growth and learning. During her tenure, she assumed the role of Lead MA, emerging as a go-to resource for her colleagues and supervisors. Marisa's unwavering dedication to helping others and her genuine passion for patient interaction made her a standout professional in her field.

Marisa's professional life is marked by her deep commitment to patient care and her extensive knowledge of medical procedures. Her career has been an ongoing journey of self-improvement and an unyielding desire to provide the best care possible.

Outside of her profession, Marisa is a devoted mother to five children with a wide age range. She is deeply committed to spending quality time with her family and cherishes moments with her kids. Her personal interests include reading, hiking, engaging in outdoor activities, and sharing precious moments with her loved ones, including her pets, a chihuahua named Lucy and two cats named Prince and Princess.

Family remains at the core of Marisa's life, and her dedication to her children is evident in her choice to spend her off-time with them. She is a homebody by nature, finding comfort and fulfillment in creating a nurturing and loving environment for her family.


Stefani Vandenberg

Community Health Worker

Languages: English

Education and Certification:

Bachelors in International Studies with a focus on Education and Communication


Stefani is from Oregon, mostly in Eugene and Gresham. Her family has been in Sandy for a few years now. She went to the University of Oregon and graduated in 2020. Her professional background is mainly with disabled adults and people of diverse backgrounds. Stefani’s current focus is on serving the people in her community and helping them any way she can. In her spare time, she likes to read and travel.

Leadership Team


Orion Falvey

Co-founder, Executive-director


A graduate of the University of Oregon Business School, Orion has served as a consultant for several local businesses, was named the 2013 Oregon Student Impact Entrepreneur of the Year by Portland State University, and was awarded as a Freeman Fellow while working on a healthcare project in Cambodia. His passion for improving the healthcare system stems from his experiences growing up in a rural Alaska, and the opportunity for large-scale positive impact.


Marty Grasmeder

Medical Director


MD, pediatrician, and supervising physicians

Clinical Interests:

general pediatric, developmental and behavioral pediatric, and children’s kidney Health



Education and Certification:

Bachelor of Science from Stanford University, MD from Penn State & residency at OHSU at pediatrics


Dr. Marty Grasmeder grew up in Philadelphia and moved out to the west coast with his family while entering college. Upon his move, he was accepted into Stanford University where he got his degree in Biology, followed by earning his MD from Penn State University.

After his university, Dr. Grasmeder held a residency in pediatrics at OHSU. Dr. Grasmeder did his fellowship in children's kidneys at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Later in his career, Dr. Grasmeder decided to expand his calling and took a role as a Pediatrician in Sika, Alaska. His service extended to local indigenous tribes and he was the only pediatrician on an island town of 8,500. His career grew and flourished while in Alaska, however, his heart was in the Northwest.

After nearly 20 years serving rural populations in Alaska, Dr. Grasmeder returned to the west coast as Multnomah County’s Medical Director. His impact at the county lasted for nearly 7 years until he semi-retired.

Now he is returning to his roots in rural healthcare to help expand care for everyone and to improve the social fabric and network to help people thrive in their communities while creating healthy communities.

When Dr. Grasmeder is not working; he enjoys spending his time fishing, learning about European history, spending time with his family and children, riding bikes, and woodworking.


Jennifer Harris

Director of Operations


Jennifer is a native Oregonian who grew up in a community much like Estacada. After working for over 20 years in large healthcare systems, she is excited to have joined Orchid Health where she can bring her experience to have a direct impact to the community in a more personal way. Her passion is for enhancing the patient experience through improving processes, eliminating obstacles to care, and building quality healthcare teams.

When she's not working, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, dancing, and loves basketball. Jennifer and her daughter often give back to the community by volunteering serving meals and other community service projects.


Bill Roller

Billing & Administrative Director


Before joining Orchid he has worked in many various roles within Community Health Clinics and also more recently an insurance organization. Hobbies include, bowling, hiking and generally being outdoors. He has a love for dogs.


Eric Park

Design & Innovation Director


Eric is a creative leader, committed to helping ambitious, purpose-driven leaders and organizations build better futures. He was in the audience at PSU’s social impact conference in 2013 when Orion and his co-founder pitched the idea that became Orchid, and is thrilled to join the Orchid family in 2022!

A graduate of M.I.T. and Stanford, Eric worked for over twenty years as a design and innovation consultant helping to envision and launch new products, services, and consumer experiences. He led multi-disciplinary teams whose work was recognized with numerous national and international awards for research, strategy, and design of commercial, medical, and consumer products.

Most recently Eric worked at Cambia Health Solutions as part of an innovation team that launched transparency tools and bill payment services to help consumers navigate our increasingly complex healthcare system.

Eric is an active board member, bringing his expertise in brand and experience innovation to support social impact organizations in the areas of sustainability and education. Outside of work, Eric enjoys playing music with friends, rehabbing his aging body to play ultimate, and trying to be useful to his now adult children.


Michael Mahler

Director of Human Resources


Michael has a passion for fostering cultures of well-being and has spent his career working with socially-conscious businesses and nonprofit organizations to design and implement people-positive, complexity-conscious systems. He brings a wide and diverse skillset to the table and is happiest connecting with others in ways that facilitate understanding and growth.

Michael graduated from Western Washington University, and although he lived all over growing up, he has been happily rooted to the PNW most of his adult life. In his free time, he loves diving into board games, traveling to new destinations, and hitting the park with his dog.

Sandy Clinic

Orchid Health Sandy Clinic
37400 Bell St, Sandy, OR 97055

Located in Sandy High School, the Sandy Clinic welcomes every body at every age. The area is known for its access to the Clackamas River, Mt. Hood, wineries, farms, and its abundance of natural areas and wildlife.

Phone: 971-220-2701

Fax: 503-210-8681

Email: missyalbrich@orchidhealth.org

Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 5pm

Appointments can be made by calling the clinic during these hours. In the case of an emergency, please dial 911.

*If you are requesting a prescription refill, please call your pharmacy who will contact us to refill your prescription. Please allow us up to 72 hours to fill your prescription.

The Department of Consumer and Business Services issued a certification to this practice. You can contact consumer advocates at the Department of Consumer and Business Services at (888) 977-4894, dcbs.insmail@state.or.us, or www.insurance.oregon.gov

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Sandy at a Glance

Population: 12,743 (2021 U.S. Census)
County: Clackamas


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Located in Sandy High School, the Sandy Clinic welcomes k-12 students of the Oregon Trail School District and their families. The area is known for its access to the Clackamas River, Mt. Hood, wineries, farms, and its abundance of natural areas and wildlife.

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