Phoebe Rich, MD
Phoebe Rich, M.D. has been a practicing dermatologist in Portland, Oregon for 28 years, and is a clinical adjunct professor of Dermatology at Oregon Health & Science University, which is also where she obtained her medical degree and completed her dermatology residency. Her clinical and research interests focus on nail diseases and disorders, nail biology, and the medical and surgical management of nail conditions. She is actively involved in clinical research with a focus on onychomycosis, fungal/viral infections of the skin and nails, acne, rosacea, psoriasis, and precancerous and cancerous skin conditions. She is an active member of the American Academy of Dermatology, Oregon Dermatology Society, Women’s Dermatology Society, American Society of Derm Surgery, International Dermatology Society, and the Council for Nail Disorders where she was past president. Dr. Rich is also recognized nationally and internationally for her superior knowledge on nail biology, and has been the principal investigator for over 300 clinical studies.
Jill Moore, MD
Dr. Moore attended medical school at the University of Iowa, and completed her internship in Iowa as well. In June, 2014 she completed her three year residency in Dermatology at Oregon Health and Science University. Many of our patients may remember Dr. Moore from her two year fellowship with our practice from 2009 to 2011, prior to her dermatology residency at OHSU. She assisted Dr. Rich with dermatologic patient care for many of our patients, as well as shadowed her and gained hands-on experience with nail diseases and nail surgery. While here, she served as a sub-investigator for many of the clinical trials in our research center. Dr. Moore is an avid violinist, enjoys hiking in the northwest, and spending time with friends and family. We hope you are as excited as we are to welcome Dr. Jill Moore as the newest member of our dermatology care team!
Amy Simpson, PA-C
Amy Simpson, PA-C, has worked with Dr. Rich since 2004. Using a team-based model approach for patient care, Amy works in unison with Dr. Rich to provide an extensive and thorough examination for conditions such as, but not limited to, precancerous and cancerous skin conditions, acne, warts, eczema, and psoriasis. She obtained her physicians assistant degree from Oregon Health & Science University in 2001. She is co-founder and past president of Oregon Society of Dermatology Associates, an education and networking source for PAs and nurse practitioners working in dermatology. Amy also regularly attends educational meetings for the Oregon Dermatology Society, American Academy of Dermatology, and Oregon Society of Physician Assistants. During her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband and children, hiking, reading, cooking, and traveling.