meet our providers
Dr. Jess Gee ND, MPH //
Candace Martin //
Candace moved to the Pacific Northwest by way of Philadelphia to complete her bachelor’s degree in Health Psychology with an emphasis in Public Health and Social Advocacy at Bastyr University. She joined yarrow community care & clinic as a full-spectrum doula, childbirth educator, and community health educator. Candace is currently a student midwife, working closely with our friends at Bayside Birth & Midwifery.
To schedule a full-spectrum doula consultation with Candace.
To see her upcoming workshops, events, and classes.
Jess Gee is a physician, community health educator, researcher, professor, author, and parent. In all roles, Dr. Jess Gee focuses on evaluating and addressing the role of systemic injustice and inequities in the health and healing of communities.
Before working in health care, Dr. Jess studied neurobiology, physiology, & behavior (BS, UC Davis, ‘09) and worked in not-for-profits focused on maternal-child health and global health education. Their training began in midwifery in marginalized communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Gee relocated to the PNW to complete their naturopathic doctorate degree from (ND, Bastyr University, ‘17) and a masters degree in public health (MPH, Bastyr University, ‘19).
Dr. Gee is a licensed naturopathic primary care physician in WA State (WA Lic #NT60897091, NPI #1295214740 ).
Outside of their clinical work at yarrow community care & clinic, Dr. Jess Gee is a professor & researcher at Bastyr University working with future physicians, counselors, and midwives to deliver conscientious, excellent care. Dr. Jess is also involved with the Center for Social Justice & Diversity as the Program Coordinator, and serves as the director of the ALANA Mentorship for students of color.