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Our Graduates

Our graduates are prepared to pursue careers in a myriad of directions. Most choose a patient-centered career ranging from outpatient general medicine, hospitalists, and subspecialty training.

Many carry the values of the program forward by focusing their practices on caring for the underserved (Multnomah County Clinic, Indian Health Service, or rural practice), or by working to improve the healthcare system (Medical Director, Salem IPA, Director of Quality Improvement of Providence Health Plans).

Fellowships Obtained

Allergy/Immunology
Mayo Clinic

Endocrinology
University of New Mexico
University of Texas, San Antonio
University of Washington

General Medicine
Harvard University

Geriatrics
Oregon Health Science University
University of Washington

Gastroenterology
University of Tennessee
University of Texas, San Antonio
University of Utah

Hematology/Oncology
Bay State Medical Center
Dartmouth University
MD Anderson

Infectious Disease
Indiana University
Oregon Health Science University
University of California, Los Angeles
University of Texas Southwestern
University of Utah
University of Washington

Informatics
Harvard University
Oregon Health Science University

Occupational Medicine
University of Colorado

Palliative Care
Oregon Health Science University

Pulm/Critical Care
Medical College of Wisconsin
National Institutes of Health
University of California, Los Angeles
Cleveland Clinic
University of Washington
Virginia Commonwealth
Oregon Health Science University

Rheumatology
University of California, Davis
Oregon Health Science University

Sleep Medicine
Oregon Health Science University
































Practice Locations Obtained

OREGON: Bend/Redmond/Hood River/McMinnville/Pendleton/Newberg
The Dalles/Grants Pass/Ontario

WASHINGTON: Longview/Olympia/Long Beach/Yakima

ALASKA: Anchorage/Soldotna

Martha’s Vineyard, MA
Billings, MT
Carson City, NV|


"Our residents consistently get the positions they want. Residents who want prestigious fellowships find them. Residents who want an outpatient or hospitalist practice find many opportunities in Portland or elsewhere. Our faculty are well known and well connected and coming out of this program can really make a difference. Faculty will do whatever is helpful to get us to our next step - mentoring, collaborating, writing letters, making phone calls..."
Jeff Campbell, M.D.