Madison Odiorne is a Bend, OR native and is proudly providing healthcare in central Oregon. She played Division 1 PAC-12 Women’s Golf at Washington State University and completed her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and Sports Science. Madison was named four-time Women’s Collegiate Golf All-American Scholar (2016-2019) and received the “Outstanding Critical Thinking” award at the 2019 WSU Bruya-Wood Undergraduate Research Conference. Madison is grateful for her experience as a student-athlete and values the collaboration of teamwork. Go Cougs!
Madison then graduated from the University of California, Davis Physician Assistant Program in 2023. Her medical interests include geriatrics, pediatrics, women’s health, and the management of hypertension and diabetes. She is also certified in advanced wildlife first aid medicine. Madison is passionate about providing patients with an applicable understanding of their health and instilling self belief. Madison chose family medicine because she enjoys creating purposeful relationships with patients and continuity of care. She desires to be a figure of advocacy and support for patients and their health. She is a current member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA).
Outside of medicine, Madison enjoys all areas of fitness including running, cycling, weightlifting and swimming. You may also see her at OrangeTheory Fitness or running the river trail. Madison also enjoys volunteering at Healing Reins Therapeutic Riding Center. She is grateful to be surrounded by her family, friends and the community of Bend, Oregon. There’s no place like home!