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Linda L. Humphrey, MD, FACP


Date/Place of Birth: Corvallis, Oregon March 24, 1956
Education: Oregon State University B.S. 1979; Oregon Health and Science University MD 1983
Post Doctoral Training: General Medicine Fellowship-Mayo Clinic 1986-1987, Preventive Medicine- Mayo Clinic 1987-1989, Masterís of Public Health (Epidemiology) University of Minnesota, 1987-1989
Certification: ABIM 1986; American Board of Preventive Medicine 1993
Present Position: Staff Physician Portland VA Medical Center; Associate Professor of Medicine, Public Health and Preventive Medicine and Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology
ACP Activities: Member-1986; ACP Access and Reform Network 1991-1992; Fellowship 1999 Member-Program Planning Committee for regional meeting 1997-1999, 2007-present; Chair, Planning Committee for regional meeting 1999-2002; Co-Chair Program Planning committee 2003-2006; Chair-Awards Committee, Oregon Chapter ACP 2004-present; Commentaries- ACP Journal Club; Publications- Annals of Internal Medicine; Presentations at regional meetings 1990, 1993, 2002; Reviewer-Annals of Internal Medicine
Hospital/Community Service: VA: Ethics Committee 1989-91, Chair Committee on Clinical Practice and Standards 1999- on, Co-Chair-Preventive Medicine team, Director-Womenís Health Fellowship 1996- present, OHSU: Faculty Council, Woman Liaison Officer to the AAMC, Admissions Committee/ interviewer 1995-1998, Principles of Clinical Medicine preceptor, Community: Beaverton School District Wellness Committee 2006, Beaverton Public Schools, Portland Health Reserves Corp, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Portland Revels, Vice-Chair/Chair-Oregon Breast and Cervical Cancer Coalition 1997-2000
Areas of Professional Interest/Expertise: Evidence-based Medicine, clinical prevention, chronic disease epidemiology, womenís health

Vision Statement

I am honored to be nominated for Governor and if elected would focus on 4 issues:

  • Adolescent health, particularly obesity and inactivity--- I believe that the College should contribute to local and national discussions and efforts to fight obesity via legislation and education of the public and political bodies;
  • Internal Medicine physician shortage---I would support the efforts of the ACP to improve the quality of internal medicine practice, including reimbursement reform and development/dissemination of practice management tools;
  • Health care reform--- I believe the current political and business climates are ready to address this issue and would strongly support the advocacy of the ACP for universal, high-quality, evidence based health care;
  • Education--The ACP is an important local and national source of education for internists and I would work to ensure that our local meeting remains an excellent source of CME and consider other regional educational venues as well.

Contact Information

Thomas G Cooney, MD, MACP
Oregon Chapter Governor

Mary Olhausen
Phone: 360-892-1814
Fax: 360-326-1844