Dr. Donahue is a rural family medicine-generalist physician with a passion for preventative and community health. He completed his doctorate at the University of Washington. He has experience in international public health and community development.
He is a writer and researcher with several published articles in both academic research and health-related news. He has been an editor and writer with Pager Publications working on such magazines as in-House, in-Training and The Palate.
He practices full-scope family medicine that includes pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, emergency medicine, hospitalist medicine, and ambulatory primary care in rural Idaho. He owns Orchard Family Health, a healthcare blog, and concierge practice.
“Truly, a physician is the coalescence of a scientist and a healer. I hope to be a guide for my patients so that they can live the best possible life. Whether my patient is newborn or well versed in birthdays, I strive to be honest and real. I hope to also be kind and considerate, knowing the dynamic challenges that life and illness present. I see my patients as team members, where success is best achieved when we both are committed to making positive change.” ~Dr. Donahue
Area of Expertise
Family Medicine with a rural and global emphasis
Awards and Accomplishments