Dr. Rob Rosborough

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Dr. Rob is a board-certified family physician with 25 years experience practicing in the Silverton, Mount Angel, and Molalla communities caring for infants through elders.  Dr. Rob is a graduate of the University of Oregon, Oregon Health Sciences University and University of Minnesota Duluth family practice residency program. He started practicing in Silverton and Molalla  in 1996.  He is board certified by the NBPAS and a 30 year member of the American Academy of Family Practice.   Since starting Township Health DPC, he has presented at DPC National Conferences, became a founding member of the DPC Alliance and is currently on the DPC Alliance Advisory Board.

 

“My greatest joy in practicing medicine is in the relationship that I have with my patients.  My transition to Direct Primary Care is to insulate my patients from the burdens of the insurance industry, provide them with excellent access to up to date primary care, and in the end, save them out of pocket expenses on health care.  A personal relationship with your physician is a gift to not only you, but me.”

Ashley Morally

 

Ashley Morally is a Family Nurse Practitioner. She has lived in Oregon all her life and moved to her family to Silverton in 2017 after admiring the town for many years.

Ashley attended Oregon State University, graduating in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science with minors in Chemistry and Statistics. She moved to Portland to work as a Veterinary Technician. After meeting her husband in 2011, she decided to pursue her lifelong dream of working in human medicine.

She attended Walla Walla University, graduating with a Bachelors of Nursing with honors degree in 2016. She took a position at Salem Hospital working as a Float Nurse for over 4 years. While she was working, she achieved a Masters in Nursing Science, graduating with honors in 2020 from Frontier Nursing University. After her graduation, she began working for Daiya healthcare working in post-acute and long term care.

In 2021 she transitioned to full time Family Medicine, joining Township Health DPC in October. 

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Janet Daffron

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Hi I’m Janet,  I consider myself very blessed to have been married for 46 years to my husband, Rick and have three amazing daughters Sara (Mike), Jennifer (Dave),  and Janell (Brook) and  seven Grandchildren. Silverton has been my home for 37 years.  I’ve been working in family medicine with Dr. Rosborough for the last 20 years.  I am excited about Township Health and what it brings to the community.

 

I enjoyed working in management in a fast growing Family Practice for almost 30 years, traveling between Silverton and Molalla. Both towns are dear to my heart. I made a decision to retire from my previous position to see what else life had for me. I had discovered through the years that taking care of people is my passion and with all the changes that were taking place in the traditional form of practicing medicine, I knew that it really was not for me anymore.

I could see Dr. Rosborough’s vision of Direct Primary Care and I became every interested in what it had to offer.  After exploring the opportunity I decided to come along and help take family medicine in a different  direction.  I enjoyed my career the most in the beginning when the practice was small, when the whole staff had the time to get to know patients on a more personal level.  Township Health Direct Primary Care’s model of practicing medicine has that to offer and more. I could not be more excited to continue locking arms with Dr Rob in following a vision and passion, making a positive impact in the lives of our patients.