We are committed to advocating for children and families, and to meeting your child’s health needs. We are honored to provide care for your children and be an extended part of your family.
A CPNP is a registered nurse who has professional clinical skills and is educated in child health care. Working with physicians and other health professionals, CPNPs provide a broad range of primary health care services for children from birth through adolescence.
Deborah Ayoli, CPNP
Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Debbi is a member of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and the Oregon Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Association. She was educated at California State University, Fresno, and received her training at Valley Medical Center and Children’s Hospital in Fresno.
Tracy has been in the medical field for 26 years, the last 15 in pediatrics. She has been licensed in life and health insurance and has completed multiple courses in coding and billing. Tracy has three children and three grandchildren.
Front Office / Reception
Cheryl is a Grants Pass native. She is married with three children and has worked in pediatrics since 2001. Before working in pediatrics, she worked in California in a Child Development Program for eight years.
Clinical Certified Medical Assistant
Delta has been a healthcare professional for more than twenty-five years. She serves others with compassion, and empowers children and adults to discover their authentic self through creative art. Delta enjoys spending time with her family, quilting, hiking, and living life one day at a time.
Certified Medical Assistant and PCPCH Coordinator
Amanda, a Grants Pass native, has worked in Pediatrics since 2007. She became a mom in February 2015 and feels blessed every day to be a wife and mother. In her free time she likes to read, swim, work in her garden, and spend quality time with her family. Amanda's life goal is to make a difference in someone's life everyday.
• Well-child exams, lab tests, and health screenings
• Treatment of common chronic illnesses
• Teaching families about normal childhood growth and development, safety, and nutrition
• Counseling families about childhood behavioral problems or family issues that affect children
• Assessment and management of acute conditions such as asthma, diabetes, sprained ankles, and developmental or
The well-child exam is an opportunity to talk about questions and concerns you have about your child’s development, behavior, and general well-being. During your visit, Debbi will discuss common concerns with you, such as your child’s eating, sleeping, and social behaviors, as well as any attention or learning difficulties. This type of visit differs from a “sick visit” in which you might take your child to our office for a specific problem like an allergic reaction, an ear infection, or breathing trouble. Having regular well-child exams at which you can raise the concerns that matter most to you helps Debbi know you and your child better and forms a reliable and trustworthy relationship.
Pediatric TLC 1825 Nebraska Avenue Grants Pass, OR 97527
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