Dr. Wooll, proprietor of Eagle Creek Family Medicine, received her Bachelor’s of Science in Biochemistry and Master’s of Public Health, Epidemiology degrees from the University of California in Los Angeles. She obtained her medical doctorate from the Central University of Venezuela in 1996 and trained at Corpus Christi Family Practice residency program from 1997-2000. Completing residency, she was awarded the Harry F. Harren MD Award of Excellence in Family Practice and obtained national certification from the American Board of Family Medicine.
Dr. Wooll has been in private practice since residency and established Eagle Creek Family Medicine in 2006. She actively pursues professional duties in a variety of areas. Since 2011, she has served the Board of Trustees of the Idaho Medical Association as the Alternate Delegate to the American Medical Association. Nationally, she advocates in Washington DC for the National Physician's Counsel for Healthcare Policy as the Co-Vice Chair of Family Medicine. Dr. Wooll has served on the Board of Directors for the Independent Doctors of Idaho (IDID) and also serves as Medical Director for Stanton Healthcare, which is a life-affirming clinic specializing in unexpected pregnancy. She served 6 years on the Board of Directors for the Ada County Medical Society and Genesis World Mission.
Dr. Wooll is a graduate of Leadership Boise of the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce and remains committed to staying involved with multiple advocacy activities at local, state and national levels focusing on health care access and reform. In 2011, Dr. Wooll received the Women of Today and Tomorrow Silver Sage Award given by the Girl Scouts. She has thoroughly enjoyed medical mission work including multiple trips to Africa, India, Central and South America. She is fluent in Spanish and enjoys time spent with her two lovely daughters, son-in-law, traveling, camping and cooking.