The Riffe Medical Center serves East Lewis County residents at 745 Williams St. in Mossyrock. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2 p.m-5 p.m.
Our primary care providers treat all aspects of family medicine, birth to adult.
Dr. Don Allison specializes in Family Medicine. He initially joined the Morton General Hospital medical staff in 2007, based at the Randle Medical Clinic. He later joined the Riffe Medical Center staff in 2016.
Dr. Allison was originally from Oklahoma. However, he earned his medical degree at the University of Texas in Galveston, Texas in 2003. He completed his residency in Family Medicine in Waco Family Medicine in Waco, Texas in 2006 followed by an additional one-year fellowship in Rural Medicine.
Dr. Keiran Shute joined the medical staff at Morton General Hospital and Riffe Medical Center in 2016. He was born and raised in Coastal British Columbia, completed his medical degree at Saba University of Medicine in the Dutch Caribbean and completed his residency at the University of Florida. Serving as chief resident in his final year, he was honored as being selected the “Teacher of the Year” and “Resident of the Year” in his residency program.
Dr. Shute greatly enjoys the engagement he experiences in his work, noting that never is a day the same as the one before. He loves spending his life’s energies and enthusiasm working with people to make their own best decisions about their lives.
Physician Assistant Robin Rice’s professional healthcare career started after graduation as an RN in 1982 from Antelope Valley Community College in Lancaster, CA. She later returned to college to earn her Bachelor of Science-Nursing degree from California State University in Dominguez Hills in 1995. During those years, she worked many types of nursing jobs from emergency department, critical care, home health nurse, and home hospice nurse. Robin returned to college at the University of California in Davis to begin her training as a physician assistant, graduating in 1997.
Robin has worked primarily in family medicine but has also served as an emergency department provider, urgent/walk-in care provider, manager of acute inpatients and long-term care residents. She has also been a corrections care provider at the Lewis County and Cowlitz County jails.
Robin has two grown children who live in Western Washington as well as one wonderful grandson.
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