Columbia River Women’s Center Providers
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
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!
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.
Kathleen Wilder, MD
Dr. Kathleen J. Wilder is an OB/GYN at Mid-Columbia Medical Center’s
Columbia River Women’s Center. Dr. Wilder received her medical degree
and residency training in obstetrics and gynecology from OHSU and went
on to work with the Indian Health Service on the Navajo Reservation 2007-2011.
Family called her back to Portland, Oregon where she joined the Division
of General Obstetrics and Gynecology at OHSU. She was Co-Medical Director
for Planned Parenthood of the Columbia-Willamette and Co-Director of the
Center for Women’s Health Fibroid Program at OHSU. Over the past
few years, Dr. Wilder has worked with Doctors Without Borders in South
Sudan, Sierra Leone, and Nigeria. As an OB/GYN, Dr. Wilder supports women
through some of the most important transitions in their lives: puberty,
pregnancy and menopause. She is honored to care for, educate, and support
her patients through all of these important life stages. Dr. Wilder enjoys
staying up-to-date on the latest research and surgical techniques to provide
patients with the highest quality medical care. Her specialties include
minimally invasive surgery, family planning, native health, underserved
and rural women’s health, and quality assessment/improvement. She
serves as Chair for the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Committee for American Indian/Alaska Native Programs. In her free time
Dr. Wilder enjoys spending time with friends and family, and staying active
by gardening, hiking, going to the gym, and other outdoor activities.
She has traveled in 33 countries, worked in 7 countries, and speaks Spanish.