All of the East Portland Pediatric Clinic physicians are board-certified pediatricians and Fellows of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Please click on a picture below to get more information.
David Skau, MD FAAP, joined East Portland Pediatrics in 1989. After completing medical school and pediatric residency at Loma Linda University in 1982, he worked in Malaysia as a pediatrician before returning to the United States.
Dr. Skau lives in Portland with his wife, Helen, in their empty nest. When the children visit they enjoy hiking, camping, and canoeing while watching their father chase fish with the flies that he ties.
Dr. Skau sees patients every day but Mondays. He is currently accepting new patients.
Kamela (Kami) Stilwell, MD FAAP, joined East Portland Pediatric Clinic in 2000 after previously practicing pediatrics for two years in Yakima. Raised in Aberdeen, WA, Dr. Stilwell then graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma. She then traversed the country to receive her medical degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Coming back to the Northwest, Dr. Stilwell completed her pediatric residency (with an additional year as chief resident) at Oregon Health & Science University.
Dr. Stilwell and her husband Ed have three daughters. She developed a special interest in spina bifida, after their youngest daughter was born with this challenge. The Stilwell family enjoys church activities, playing music, water skiing, snow shoeing, hiking, gardening, reading, and traveling.
Dr. Stilwell sees patients on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. She is currently accepting new patients.
Ashley [Treece] Holsen, MD FAAP, joined East Portland Pediatric Clinic in 2015 after completing residency at Oregon Health & Science University in pediatrics. She is originally from Clovis, CA, received her B.S. in genetics at University of California, Irvine and her medical degree at University of California, Davis. She met her husband Jordan in Portland, which they now call home.
They now have two fun and beautiful children, who have walked Dr. Holsen through the other side of pediatrics and taught her a lot.
Along with general pediatric medicine, she has interests in newborn care, ethics, and narrative medicine. Outside of work she enjoys dancing ballet, hiking, reading, traveling (when possible) and loving on her family!
For those of you used to calling her Dr. Treece, she got married in 2017 and is now Dr. Holsen!
Dr. Holsen sees patients every day but Thursdays. She is currently accepting new patients
Sharlene Matthieu, MD FAAP has been around the office in one capacity or another for more than thirty years. She first joined East Portland Pediatric Clinic as a patient, and later as an employee. Her first job in the office was receptionist, and she went on to become a medical assistant before completing her schooling. She attended medical school at Oregon Health & Science University, graduating in 2002. She then moved to Ohio to complete her pediatric residency at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. In 2005 she returned to her Northwest roots and, not surprisingly, to East Portland Pediatrics.
Dr. Matthieu's husband, Eric, is a stay-at-home dad who helps keep her sane, takes care of their three children, including one with special needs, and curates some amazing live-planted aquariums. Together, they like to spend their free time playing with their kids, volunteering at school and church, reading, hiking, cooking and exploring new foods. While Dr. Matthieu enjoys her busy schedule and even busier kids, she does long for the days when she could actually finish a knitting project.
Dr. Matthieu sees patients every day but Fridays. She is not currently accepting new patients.
Jim Coughlin graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine in 2000. Dr. Coughlin completed his pediatric residency at Oregon Health & Science University in 2003. He is board certified in pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Coughlin has practiced general pediatrics in Portland since 2003. He enjoys providing medical care and advice for patients and their parents throughout childhood and adolescence. When not working, Dr. Coughlin enjoys being a father to his own two children and volunteering in their classrooms, reading, biking, and finding new ways to enjoy the outdoors.
Dr Coughlin sees patients on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. He is currently accepting new patients.