Richard Steinberg, MD, grew up in the New York City suburbs. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard College in 1965. After receiving his MD degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Bronx, NY), he did his internship and residency in pediatrics at the Montreal Children’s Hospital in Canada. He became board certified in pediatrics in 1975. Dr. Steinberg has practiced in Woodburn for his entire career, two years with the migrant health clinic and, since 1975, in private practice.
Dr. Saritha Seru grew up in Visakhapatnam, India. She completed her medical school from Andhra Medical College, before she moved to the United States in 2004. She completed one year of research at the Oregon Health & Science University, OR. She did her pediatric residency at Crozer Chester Medical Center, PA. While pursuing residency, she had the opportunity to work in The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Dr. Elena Kormaskova grew up in St. Peterburg, Russia. She earned her medical degree and practiced OB/GYN and cared for newborns and infants. In 2009, she continued her education at Newark Beth Isreal Medical Center in Newark, New Jersey. She joined our clinic July of 2012.
Dr. Kormaskova is married and has two children and has moved to the country. Her other interest include fishing, hiking, and camping with her family.
Li grew up in Taiwan. She received her nursing degree there in 1980. She earned a master’s degree in Adult Health Nursing from California State University (Chico) in 1986. After working in various areas of nursing, including medical, surgical, burn units, emergency rooms, and critical care units, she made her decision to specialize as a trauma and critical care nurse at OHSU. She is also on the nursing faculty at the University of Portland.
Miriam Habafy was born and raised in Morocco. She moved to the United States at the age of 18 to study in New Hampshire and graduated in 1991. She received her Physician Assistant Master’s degree from Emory University in Atlanta in 1997.