Womens Imaging & Intervention (WII) is committed to providing individualized, innovative, healthcare to women. Our center offers treatment of the whole woman, including breast and other female imaging services. Our Radiologists, Dr. Amy Thurmond, and Dr. Robert Seapy, have been community leaders in women’s imaging for over 30 years. The Radiologists, as well as the Technologists, are closely involved in the diagnostic exam of each patient. WII is unique in that every mammogram is read by the Radiologist at the time of the appointment. The woman can be given her results and has the opportunity to ask questions. If additional imaging is being recommended, this can be scheduled at the same time and often performed on the same day including breast MRI and imaging-guided breast biopsy.

About Us

Amy S. Thurmond, M.D. brings 25 years excellence in Women's Imaging. Dr. Thurmond's professional accomplishments include international recognition for her research and continuing work in women's health and reproductive issues, including development of Fallopian Tube Recanalization, a nonsurgical treatment of infertility. She has had numerous publications, editorials and awards, and regularly presents her research at scientific meetings. Her most important work is the day to day diagnosis of breast problems, abnormal vaginal bleeding, infertility, and other pelvic and pregnancy issues.

After graduating from UCLA Medical School in 1982, Dr. Thurmond completed an internship in surgery at Oregon Health Sciences University, a fellowship in cardiology at St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland, Oregon, and both a residency in radiology and a fellowship in interventional radiology/research at OHSU. She was the Director of both Women's Imaging and Ultrasound at OHSU until 1993, worked as a staff radiologist at Legacy Meridian Park Hospital until 2005, and helped found EPIC West in 2000 working there until 2010.

Dr. Thurmond owns "Bill's Old Fashion Service" in Lake Oswego with one of her four children, plays trumpet in the band Kode Bluuz, and dabbles in chicken raising, basketball, and flowers.

 Dr. Amy Thurmond