RN, CLNC, WCCOMS
Michelle MacGregor is a native to Southern Oregon and enjoys all the beauty the region has to offer. She is a Registered Nurse and Advanced Certified Wound Ostomy Specialist. She has over 17 years experience in the medical field and has worked in various fields such as, PACU, ER, Ortho/Neuro, Home Health, Wound Care, Med-Surg., Administration, and OSBN instructor.
After years in the Medical field, she saw the opportunity to bridge the gap between an Individualized/holistic approach and traditional medicine. She set out to develop outpatient wound clinics with a focus in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy and worked to develop a Tribal Health Program for Native Americans utilizing a Lean Healthcare approach.
She has developed educational programs for various levels of medical providers to ensure best practices and excellence in care. Her heart for patient advocacy led her to establish her own company in 2013. As a Legal Nurse Consultant, Michelle extends her advocacy to injured patients and workers, helping secure positive outcomes for her clients.
RN, BSN, CLNC
Growing up in the Midwest and married with five children, Jeff earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing after developing and operating a successful subcontracting company.
He worked as an Registered Nurse at a community hospital in the Los Angeles area specializing in Medical-Surgical, Heart Center, Telemetry, Emergency Department, and the Intensive Care Unit.
In 2014, He moved to Oregon from Southern California to work in the ICU at Rogue Regional Medical Center, a top 100 Solucent hospital system. Jeff specializes in high risk index cases with multiple complexities.
He is the Readmissions Case Manager in the ER, and strives to reduce readmissions to the hospital through extensive case review. The workflow for achieving this goal involves thoroughly screening charts of high-risk patients, looking for any possible deficiencies in hospital or community-based care. He daily exercises the critical-thinking process, detail-oriented chart review, and care coordination. Jeff believes it is especially rewarding to impact deficiencies in healthcare and case management. As a NALNC member, he is proud to make an impact in the legal field.
I currently live in White City Oregon with my two children and amazing husband. We raise chickens, have a big garden, and love Southern Oregon. I am currently the cubmaster for the eagle point cubscouts, and an avid outdoorswoman.
I have had a passion for helping people, I began working with individuals that were developmentally and physical disabled when I was 18. I worked with this population for over 10 years. I began my nursing career after I became a mother, and it has been a wonderful journey.
I'm always looking to expand my knowledge. I graduated RCC with my LPN in 2013 and worked in skilled nursing facilities for 2 1/2 years as a resident care manager assistant. I have been a home health nurse for over 2 1/2 years and specialize in wound care. I triage post surgical patients and provide wound care for acute and chronic patients. I am also a private duty nurse and advocate. I have worked closely with caregivers, primary care clinics, and physical therapy. I am passionate about providing quality care to the patients that I serve.
I was born and raised in a small town in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I first started in the medical field in high school as candy striper in a local hospital almost 30 years ago. From there, my passion for helping others did not end! After graduation, I obtained my CNA and continued to care for the elderly at a nursing home.
I relocated to the amazing Rogue Valley, I met my husband and amazing step daughters. I enjoy the Northwest and have lived in various cities in Oregon and Washington. I wanted to do more with my career and pursued getting my RN at Lake Washington Institution of Technology. While in Washington, I did an array of nursing jobs as the opportunities are endless! I love wound care and specialize in hard to heall acute and chronic wounds. I obtained my certification in wound care and hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
My family has continued to thrive here in Southern Oregon and I am now a proud grandmother. I am enjoying every moment. I find it extremely rewarding to be able to help and assist people in time of need and sincerely care for my patients.