Rachelle Roulier, PA-C, has always been interested in medicine and wanted to become a medical provider to help alleviate people's suffering. She enjoys building long-lasting relationships with her patients and helping them achieve wellness. When asked to describe her philosophy of care, Rachelle said she tries to "treat every patient as if he/she were my family member or loved one." She says her primary responsibility "is to educate my patients and guide them compassionately and safely to achieve better health and wellness for themselves."
Born and raised in Colby, Kansas, Rachelle came to the West Coast to attend University of California, Los Angeles, on a basketball scholarship while majoring in psychology. After earning her undergraduate degree, she worked as an EMT, paramedic and college professor in Southern California before moving north to attend the Stanford Primary Care Associate Program obtaining her physician assistant (PA) certification and licensure. In addition to graduating from Stanford's PA program, she also earned her master's of medical science degree from Saint Francis University.
Rachelle initially worked in internal medicine and psychiatric facilities as a PA in San Diego before moving to the Bay area where she worked in various area emergency departments and served as a full-time faculty member at Stanford University. She eventually moved to the Rogue Valley to practice as a physician assistant.
In her free time, Rachelle enjoys spending time with her family, her two Pugs, sports and being outdoors.
Field of Study
University Of California-Los Angeles
Bachelor Of Arts Degree
Saint Francis University
Master’S Of Medical Science Degree
Stanford School Of Medicine
Primary Care Associate Program For Physician Assistants