Columbia River Women’s Center Providers
Analene Pentopoulos, M.D.
Analene Pentopoulos, M.D. joined Columbia River Women's Clinic in August
2006. Her education history includes graduating Magna Cum Laude at the
University of California, San Diego in Microbiology. She received her
medical degree from the Yale University School of Medicine and completed
her residency at OHSU in 2006. She is certified by the American Board
of Obstetrics & Gynecology. Dr. Pentopoulos enjoys spending time with
her family as well as traveling, baking and reading a good book!
Rachel Guild, M.D.
Dr. Rachel W. Guild is an OB/GYN at Columbia River Women’s Center.
She is Neonatal Resuscitation Program, American Red Cross BLS and ACLS
certified. Dr. Guild completed her undergraduate training summa cum laude
at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and received her MD degree
from the University of Illinois Chicago College of Medicine, where she
was accepted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society.
After completing an Obstetrics and Gynecology Internship at the University
of Illinois Chicago, Dr. Guild took her residency at Oregon Health and
Science University in Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Guild believes the foundation of a successful and therapeutic doctor-patient
relationship is mutual respect and shared decision-making. She enjoys
getting to know her patients, working with them to select care plans,
tests and treatments, and helping them through the difficult and joyous times.
She fell in love with the Gorge as a child, on a road trip from Chicago
to the Oregon Coast. Dr. Guild is a member of the American Congress of
Obstetricians and Gynecologists and is proficient in Spanish.
Mandelynn Pray, CNM
Mandy Pray, C.N.M. is a certified nurse midwife and joined our practice
July 2010. She received her bachelor's degree from Linfield-Good Samaritan
School of Nursing in Portland. She worked as a labor and delivery nurse
and childbirth educator at Mid-Columbia Medical Center prior to earning
her master's degree in nursing from Oregon Health Sciences University
in 2010. Mandy grew up in The Dalles and is honored to be serving women
of the region she knows so well. She is busy raising two children.
Jennifer Hanlon-Wilde, FNP
Jennifer has practiced in the Mid-Columbia region since 1998 and joined
Columbia River Women's Center in 2004. She decided to become a nurse
after working as a volunteer at a maternity hospital, which also spurred
her interest in women's health issues, not just locally but around
the world. An avid musician, Wilde grew up playing music and singing with
her family. She plays locally in bands and uses her musical talents to
help raise money for women's health causes. Jennifer is the mother
of three children. In addition to music, she enjoys traveling, literature