Dr. Hankins received a B.S. in Neuroscience from Washington and Lee University in Virginia. She then went on to attend Indiana University Medical School, where she received her medical degree. Upon realizing she had a passion for pediatric medicine, Dr. Hankins attended the University of Arizona in Tucson to complete her residency in Pediatrics. In addition, she completed an additional year of study in Chicago for Pediatric Pulmonary. While she’s committed to all areas of health and wellbeing for children, Dr. Hankins also excels at her passion in pediatric asthma and helping children with these specific challenges. Dr. Hankins moved to Hood River with her husband in 2003. Since then, she has continued her work in inpatient pediatric medicine at Randall Children’s Hospital and also worked at Mid-Columbia Medical Center in The Dalles and Northwest Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine in the past. Today, she is very happy to find a new “home” at One Community Health where she hopes to give the best possible care to her pediatric patients. She is very excited to be part of the One Community Health team. In her free time, Dr. Hankins enjoys spending time with her three children for whom she loves to volunteer doing local activities and sports. She also enjoys playing soccer, skiing and reading.