Troy C. Stoeber MD
What Dr. Troy Stoeber likes most about pediatrics, is working with parents to present options and arrive at healthy decisions regarding their child’s care. His goals are to promote clear communication and establish trust with the families he serves. “Parents must play an active, informed role in their child’s care; I’m blessed to be a leader in facilitating that process,” he says.
Dr. Stoeber completed his undergraduate degree in biology at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. He remained at Creighton for medical school before receiving specialty training in Pediatrics at the University of Kansas School of Medicine- Wichita. He has lived in the Portland area for 16 years.
Dr. Stoeber has two children, ages 12 and 10. In his free time, he enjoys exercising, traveling, reading, and volunteering in community activities. He has been named to the Board of Directors of the Children’s Center, an organization serving victims of child abuse and their families.
Dr. Stoeber’s Medical Assistant
Michelle Salvetti is a recent addition to Pioneer Pediatrics!
Michelle became a Medical Assistant in 2008 and has spent most of her 20-year healthcare career in pediatrics. By supporting families in new and innovative ways, she loves being a part of children’s lives from newborn to adolescence.
Michelle loves playing an active role in her twin son and daughter’s lives. She keeps very busy with their extracurricular activities and even volunteers when needed! Her family loves the “Star Wars” franchise and named their long haired chihuahuas Chewbacca and Kneesaa (after an Ewok Princess).
In her free time, she enjoys reading, gardening, following the Blazers (even when they are terrible), and barbecuing with friends. She is happy to report that getting up to come to work is easy since everyone at Pioneer Pediatrics is caring and treats you like family!