"Dr. Mosher grew up in the Portland Metro area of Gresham, Oregon from the the fourth grade and started his career towards medicine shortly after graduating from Gresham High School. He was fortunate to marry his high school sweetheart and best friend Savannah at the age of 19 who has been a constant companion ever since. He worked full time in trades-related jobs of carpentry and building maintenance while attending community college at night until earned his Associates Degree in Basic Sciences. He then transferred to Portland State University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Microbiology. He started medical school in Lebanon, OR at Western University of Health Sciences - College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific - NW in 2012 and fell in the love with the area. After traveling across the Mid-Willamette valley for clinical rotations ranging from Sweet Home to the Oregon Coast, he found his passion in Family Medicine. In 2016, having a strong desire to stay within Oregon for all of his higher education, he pursued training in the broadest scope where he matched to the reputable rural training program at OHSU Cascades East Family Medicine Residency in Klamath Falls, OR where he had the privilege of being elected as one of two chief residents in his third year. Klamath Falls served as a proving ground for his long term career goals. Finding a draw back to the green fields and hillsides of the Willamette Valley, the region where all of his medical training started, Albany was a natural landing place for him to settle into practice. Being trained as a Doctor of Osteopathy, he enjoys the hands-on aspect of medicine which bring him back to his roots as a tradesman. His rural Family Medicine training is complimented by Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy which is an asset to Primary Care and a core of his medical training from the outset. His interests outside of medicine revolve primarily around his young family of his wife Savannah and three young children Enderson, Ransom, and Jane. Finding joy in parenting and maintaining a curiosity for learning with his children drives many of his hobbies which include building model rockets, blacksmithing, amateur bow making, gardening, vermicomposting, baking naturally leavened bread, and reading. He is open to finding interest in anything his kids are doing which makes for a life long pursuit of learning together."
"Physicians and patients alike are frustrated with the current system. The push to get more and more people in and out of the clinic rooms is disappointing on both ends. Our aim is to make the physician-patient relationship the focus of your medical care. You will always get the one-on-one time you need to not only help you when you are ill, but to work together to build healthier individuals, families and communities. Keeping you healthy in mind body and spirit is our aim. Seeing people as more than just numbers or a list of medical problems is getting back to the roots of medicine. This is the goal of Veritas DPC plain and simple."