Personable Gynecological Care

Our office at Cascade Women's Health PC is small and relaxed. The environment is pleasant and Portland-casual, but we aim for efficient respectful care. Our schedule is set up with accessibility in mind. Our receptionists and medical assistants are long-term members of the clinic and can help you with prompt appointments. They have ready access to our clinicians who can help with refills, suggestions for home care, and answers to your questions.

Our Providers


Edna Kung, MD

Lydia Collins, MD — Gynecological Care in Portland, OR
Dr. Edna Kung is a graduate of Wellesley College. She earned her MD from the University of Tennessee School of Medicine in 1987. She is a board-certified physician and surgeon and a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Dr. Kung performs surgery at Legacy Good Samaritan and Providence Portland Hospitals.

Dr Kung is married and the mother of three sons. She enjoys traveling, reading mysteries and knitting. For exercise, she practices Tai Chi and walks or bikes to work and around Portland.

Dr. Kung is accepting new patients.

Carol Suzuki, MD, MPH Physician & Surgeon, GYN

Renae Lind, MD — Gynecological Care in Portland, OR
Dr. Suzuki was born in Pasadena, California and spent most of her childhood in Amherst, Massachusetts. She earned dual bachelor's degrees in Microbiology/Immunology and Social Welfare from the University of California at Berkeley and a Masters of Public Health in the area of Maternal and Child Health from UCLA. in 1996, she obtained her medical doctorate from the University of California at Davis, and in 2000 completed her residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Oregon Health & Science University. Dr. Suzuki entered private practice in September 2000 and has been board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology since 2002.
Dr. Suzuki feels privileged to have the opportunity to work with a wide variety of women through all the stages of their lives. She has a strong commitment to helping her patients make choices that are appropriate to their needs and consistent with their desires. To achieve this she feels it is important to understand each patient as an individual and seeks to have patients be active participants in their care.
In her free time, you might find her at the Portland Farmer's Market or at various children's activities around town with her son and daughter. She is forever grateful for the wonderful (and often challenging) lessons she has learned as a parent, which she utilizes daily in her practice. She loves food to a fault and is fond of running, hiking, swimming, salsa dancing and cooking. She has also been known to dabble in piano and knitting.
Please note that Dr. Suzuki is not accepting new patients at this time but continues to see her established patients.

Lydia Collins, MD

Carol Suzuki, MD — Gynecological Care in Portland, OR
Dr. Lydia Collins has extensive experience in office procedures including colposcopy, endometrial biopsy, LEEP, and difficult IUD insertions and removals. She manages a full range of gynecological problems but is also happy to provide routine care
Please note that Dr. Collins is no longer accepting new patients but continues to see her established patients.

Renae Lind, MD

Edna Kung, MD — Gynecological Care in Portland, OR
Renae Lind, MD is a board certified physician in obstetrics and gynecology and has been a fellow in the American College of OB/GYN since 1993. Dr. Lind received her undergraduate degree from Concordia College, in Minnesota and was awarded a medical degree from the Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota in 1987. She then went on to complete her specialty residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Oregon Health Sciences University in 1991.
In Portland, Dr. Lind has worked for HealthFirst Medical Group, Columbia Women's Health and Cascade Women's Health, PC. Since 2008, she has also served as a MD volunteer at the Portland Adventist Community Services Medical Clinic.
Dr. Lind is accepting new patients.

Beth Riley, MD

Beth Riley, MD — Gynecological Care in Portland, OR
Dr. Beth Riley covers for the other doctors when they are out of the office and unavailable. She can see established patients of all the doctors and new patients who are trying to establish with Dr. Kung if they have urgent needs and the other doctors are not available.
Dr. Riley, originally from Pennsylvania, completed her undergraduate studies at Harvard, and earned her Medical Degree from Stanford University in 1992. After Completing residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at University of California San Diego, she settled in Portland. She is Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and is a fellow of The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Dr. Riley practiced at Providence Columbia Women's Clinic for eight years, then at Kaiser for over five years. She also Volunteers doing Gynecology consults at Outside In Clinic in downtown Portland. She states, “I deeply appreciate the opportunity to care for women through various stages of their lives. I believe it's really important that patients feel comfortable, are involved in their healthcare decisions, and have all their questions answered.” Dr. Riley is married with two children. She is an enthusiastic sports fan, and enjoys volunteering at her kids' school.

Michele Cathey-Hamley, Family Nurse Practitioner

Michele Cathey-Hamley, Nurse — Gynecological Care in Portland, OR
Michele provides skilled preventative and diagnostic gynecological and primary care. She is welcoming new patients.
Michele Cathey-Hamley, FNP, received her Bachelors of Science in Environmental Planning from the University of Oregon in 1990. After spending 2 years in the rain forests of The Congo building fish ponds and teaching integrative agriculture, she returned home with a deep sense of the connection between environmental health and human health and felt the need to impact both. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Masters of Nursing and Family Nurse Practitioner program at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee in 1997. Michele has cared for people and their families in a variety of settings: family practice, emergency medicine, house call practice and most recently hospice and palliative care.
“I value listening to a persons' story, to understand how their physical and emotional health has been impacted. I value working with people to empower them to be the best physically and emotionally that they can be while providing them the best health care possible and the most up to date research.” My work with hospice patients and their families taught me to ask more questions to seek deeper understanding and to work in partnership with patients. My work in emergency medicine taught me when it was appropriate to be the one making the decisions. In the end my practice is one of balance… something we could all use a little more of!
Michele has two teenage boys that keep her running. She loves to watch her boys play Rugby! She enjoys backpacking, skiing, fly fishing and most of all “dirt therapy” (extreme gardening). She travels often and volunteers her extra time teaching community health workers in Kenya and South Sudan. “As I have matured (laugh and snort) I find creating healthy communities is one of my number one priorities, I think we do this best around good food… we all have to eat!”


Office Staff

Liz, Receptionist

Liz, Receptionist — Gynecological Care in Portland, OR
I enjoy being part of the Cascade Women's Health team. I value customer service and strive to make our patient's experience here comfortable and enjoyable. I thrive on the daily challenges of meeting the patient's needs as well as those of the providers. I look forward to meeting and helping those of you in need of our services.

Judy, Registered Medical Assistant

Judy, Medical Assistant — Gynecological Care in Portland, OR
Patients can meet me in almost any area of the clinic. I spend most days assisting in the exam areas and triaging questions on the phone, but I also help in setting up tests and arranging appointments. My goal is to be an integral part of the healthcare team assisting in patient care; to perform all tasks given with extreme care and professionalism. Since the start of our clinic in 1999, I've enjoyed getting to know our patients and their families. They are the people who make my work worthwhile.

Sabrina, Medical Assistant

Sabrina, Medical Assistant — Gynecological Care in Portland, OR
Helping people is one of my passions. Ensuring a patients experience is comfortable and supportive is my main focus. Cascade Women's Health is a great practice where every doctor cares about all patients as an individual. Patients can find me greeting them with a warm smile and making sure they are receiving the best care possible. Setting up for exams, phone triage and rooming patients are my specialty. I enjoy every patient's company and do my best to help take care of any concerns they may have.

Nancy, Billing and Administration

I take care of administrative and billing aspects for the practice and have done so since 2007. If you have a billing issue or concern, please let me know. I'm happy to work with you. Please contact me either by portal message or by phone and feel free to leave as long a message as you need on my secure line. I am not in the office every day, but will get back to you promptly.