Meet Our Providers
Terry Copperman, MD
Dr. Terry Copperman was born in New York City, and enjoyed the snowy winters of Buffalo until age thirteen, when his family moved to Mill Valley, California. He attended the University of California-Santa Cruz and graduated from medical school at the University of Hawaii, where he met his wife, Lynne. A resident of Eugene for 35 years, his family practice is known for the quality of attention and personal warmth he offers each patient, young and old. He focuses his care on prevention, and believes in the benefits of helping patients realize a sustainable and healthy lifestyle.
"My guiding principles are simple: to combine the scientific knowledge of medicine with empathy and respect for each patient. I partner with my patients; together we make choices to help them maintain and improve their health."
Besides personal service to his patients, Dr. Copperman strongly believes in service to the community. A sixth degree black belt in Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido, and Director of the Personal Kiatsu School of the Oregon Ki Society, he has volunteered thousands of hours teaching how to develop positive attitudes, relaxation and concentration through the martial art of Aikido and the hands-on therapy of Kiatsu to hundreds of children and adults in the Eugene-Springfield community and in Portland. He is also a longtime volunteer at Whitebird Medical Clinic and Volunteers in Medicine, helping to serve those in need.
As his patients know well, Dr. Copperman practices what he preaches. For many years, Dr. Copperman has biked six miles to work and six miles back, rain or shine. He loves to spend his weekends hiking forest trails, kayaking the McKenzie and Rogue, and gardening or tending his fruit trees. He and his wife Lynne have two grown sons, and he enjoys nothing more than taking his grandsons to explore a river or trail—except perhaps the chance to tell the boys a bedtime story where they save the day through their own resourcefulness, allowing everyone to live happily ever after.
Brittany Alloway, DO
Dr. Brittany Alloway was born in a small town on the Oregon coast. She later moved to Eugene with her family where she attended Sheldon High School. From a young age she had plans to become a physician.
She attended Oregon State University and received a degree in biology before becoming a stay at home mom to her son and daughter. After six years of caring for her children she made the decision to go to medical school which proved to be quite a life transition.
She attended Western University of Health Sciences from 2013-2017. Following medical school she entered into Family Medicine residency at Samaritan Hospital in Corvallis, Oregon. She is eager to establish her practice at South Hilyard Clinic, a clinic that feels like home. She enjoys full spectrum family medicine including procedures, and has a special interest in pediatrics.
She stays busy with family including her husband Tim, and their two active children. In her spare time you can find her sitting along the sidelines of her children's sporting events, thrift shopping or baking with her daughter. She has a passion for teaching youth and takes every opportunity to teach hands on anatomy at local schools.
Lindsey Wilson, FNP
Lindsey Wilson was born in Eugene, and is a sixth generation Oregonian. She was raised on an 80 acre farm with livestock, old growth timber, and giant breed dogs.
She attended Oregon State University, in Corvallis, OR with a major in Exercise and Sport Science. She attended University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL for undergraduate and graduate nursing degrees. She is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner.
Her nursing career started as a community health nurse during the H1N1 outbreak in 2009-2010. She worked as an operating room circulating nurse at Cleveland clinic Florida from 2010-2016. She built lifelong friendships in the surgical department that she still is in contact with today.
Her nurse practitioner career started at Cleveland Clinic Florida with pre-anesthesia testing and primary care from 2016-2017. She joined PeaceHealth from 2018-2020 in primary care. She started at South Hilyard Clinic in 2021, and is excited to call this clinic home.
She has a focus on preventative care and a philosophy of wellness that includes mind, body and spirit.
In South Florida, she enjoyed the culture, food, and sunshine where she met her current partner, Steve. They have a Great Dane, Afina and a cat, Mia. They moved back to Oregon in 2017 after two cross country road trips. They have family in Oregon and Florida.
She enjoys travel, nature, cuisine (especially Cuban food) and feeding the deer off her back patio!