Dr. Nielsen would like to welcome Dr. Magdalenne Corso in joining her practice!
I welcome you to my practice at Oregon City Pediatric Building! It is a privilege to watch children grow and develop and help parents navigate the challenges and delight in the joys of each unique stage of development from infancy through the teen years. My mission is to provide the highest level of personalized and compassionate care for each and every child, one patient at a time. I try to foster an atmosphere where patients and families feel free to ask questions, raise concerns, and express their values when it comes to their medical care. We are a team working together and parents and caregivers really know their children best!
I have been a board certified pediatrician practicing in the Portland area since 2004. I attained my Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Notre Dame in Indiana and my medical degree from Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in Illinois. I completed my pediatric residency at Loyola University Medical Center, just outside of Chicago. After residency my husband and I moved to Oregon and have enjoyed exploring its landscape ever since. When I’m not in the office, I’m usually spending time with my husband and our three daughters. We are avid college football enthusiasts but the most exciting sports games to watch are always our kids’.
Magdalenne Corso, M.D.
Dr. Corso's Medical Assistant
Amanda started her medical assisting career in 2011. She worked in Salem, Oregon before getting married and moving to Oregon City in 2016. She has worked in all areas of primary healthcare, but has found pediatrics to be the best fit. She loves being a part of the development and growth through all stages of her patients’ lives and strives to foster an atmosphere of comfort, care and compassion for all.
When it comes to things outside the clinic, she is an avid outdoorsman, loves spending time with her family and sports. She has played softball since a young age and continues that passion through coaching at the high school level. You will find her keeping a positive attitude through any situation and trying to make the best of the moment. Who says going to the doctor has to be scary when sometimes you just need your super power boost?