by: SUSAN MATHENY/MADRAS PIONEER - Drs. Wendy Grace, left, and Katrina Terry have joined Mosaic Medical in Madras. Both will provide primary care to patients of all ages.Dr. Wendy Grace and Dr. Katrina Terry, have joined the staff at Mosaic Medical and will be seeing patients of all ages for primary care at the clinic in Madras.

Additionally, Dr. Grace will be providing obstetrics and on-call hospital services in collaboration with Madras Medical Group.

Grace is board certified in family medicine, with an interest in obstetrics and women’s health. She joined Mosaic Medical in August.

Grace attended the University of Montana and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry before attending Johns Hopkins University, where she earned a Master of Science.

She did research at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases for several years before attending medical school at Case Western Reserve University. While at CWRU, she also completed a Master of Arts in Bioethics.

Grace completed her residency at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho in Boise.

She is married and has one very spoiled dog. When not working, Grace enjoys mountain biking, running trails and kayaking. She is also an avid gardener and loves to travel.

“I am excited to be living and practicing in such a wonderful place and am committed to serving the residents of Central Oregon, and particularly of Jefferson County,” said Grace.

Dr. Terry

Dr. Terry is board certified in family medicine and joined Mosaic Medical in September 2013.

She grew up in LaGrande, and is a graduate of George Washington University Medical School in Washington, D.C. She completed her residency at the University of New Mexico and spent 10 years working for Indian Health Service in New Mexico before returning to Oregon five years ago to work at Warm Springs Health and Wellness Center.

Terry has spent her entire professional career working with underserved populations and health promotion programs.

She has also been involved in providing medical care internationally, including developing health programs for Tibetan refugees in Nepal. She is committed to providing compassionate care for all her patients.

When she is not working, Terry enjoys spending time with her two young sons, biking, skiing, camping and gardening.

“Since moving to Madras, I have had many opportunities to witness the dedication of members of the Mosaic Medical team in providing quality healthcare to all Central Oregonians. I am excited to now be part of this amazing team” said Dr. Terry.

Mosaic Medical is a nonprofit healthcare organization with primary care clinics in Madras, Prineville, Bend, and Redmond. Mosaic Medical serves the insured and uninsured, regardless of ethnicity or income.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Grace or Dr. Terry, or for more information, contact Mosaic Medical at 541-475-7800 or visit

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