A native of the Pacific Northwest, Dr. Nazaneen Eshragh grew up in Vancouver, Washington where her entire family still resides. She earned a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Psychology with honors from Washington State University where she received the Outstanding Undergraduate Science Student Award. During her undergraduate studies, she worked as an Emergency Room scribe – her first foray into the medical field.
Dr. Eshragh’s sense of adventure led her to medical school abroad at Saba University Medical School and returned to the states to complete her pediatric residency at the University of Arizona, where she was also involved with advocacy and quality improvement. Subsequently, Dr. Eshragh came back to the Pacific Northwest for specialty training in Pediatric Endocrinology at Oregon Health and Science University, which she completed in July 2018. During her fellowship, she performed a clinical research study characterizing clinical and biochemical findings in children diagnosed with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia on newborn screening. Wanting to continue working in General Pediatrics, Dr. Eshragh worked at Randall Pediatric Urgent Care throughout her fellowship.
Dr. Eshragh enjoys the primary care setting and caring for children from infancy into adolescence. At Oregon Pediatrics, she looks forward to watching children grow and building relationships with her patients and their families in order to individualize care.
In her free time, Dr. Eshragh enjoys spending time with family and friends, enjoying the outdoors, traveling and staying active.
Certified – American Board of Pediatrics
Oregon Pediatrics – Meridian Park
Legacy Meridian Park Hospital