|Portland||Chair||Feb. 28, 2016*|
Dr. Girard is a Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean for Graduate and Continuing
Medical Education at OHSU's School of Medicine. He is also the program director of internal medicine and has been serving on the OHSU faculty
since 1975 and is engaged in patient care, teaching and academic pursuits. Dr. Girard
has also participated in professional organizations at the state and national levels.
Dr. Girard is past president of the Medical Society of Metropolitan Portland, and
is a past member of the Oregon Medical Association Executive Committee. He served
four years as governor of the American College of Physicians' Oregon Chapter,
and has participated in the College nationally. He is also president the Association
of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, and has been active in the Association
of American Medical Colleges.
Outside the medical field, Dr. Girard is an enthusiastic cyclist, and collector
of antiquarian medical books.
Dr. Girard attended Pomona College in Claremont, California, where he received his
Bachelor of Arts degree. He earned his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine
in Houston, Texas, before completing internship at Harborview-King County Hospital
in Seattle, Washington, and residency at University of Texas, Joseph Hospital in
Houston, Texas and University of Oregon Medical School.
|Bend||Vice Chair||Feb. 28, 2017*|
Dr. Mastrangelo is a board certified general surgeon and Chief of General Surgery
at St. Charles Hospital in Bend. He is also in private practice at Bend Surgical
He served on the faculty of the University of Kentucky prior to moving to Oregon
in 2003. Dr. Mastrangelo has established a successful clinical practice in Oregon.
He is active as an Affiliate Associate Professor at Oregon Health and Science University,
Clinical faculty at Western University of Health Sciences, a member of numerous
hospital committees and a trustee of the Oregon Medical Association.
Dr. Mastrangelo received his Bachelors of Science in biology and Masters of Science
in physiology and biophysics from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. He
earned his medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine and completed
his general surgery residency at the University of Illinois College of Medicine.
He also completed advanced fellowships in Minimally Invasive Surgery at the University
of Maryland and Pancreaticobiliary surgery and ERCP at the University of Louisville.
|Portland||Secretary||Feb. 28, 2016*|
Dr. Koval is a practicing gastroenterologist who is Board certified in medicine and gastroenterology. He serves as managing partner and Director of Research for the West Hills Gastroenterology Division of the Oregon Clinic. For the past 20 years, Dr. Koval has been Chair of the Credentials Committee at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center. He also serves on the Regional Credentials Committee for the Portland Service Area of the PHS, the Health and Safety Committee for the Oregon Medical Association and previously for the Institutional Review Board of the Legacy Health System in Portland. In 2006, Portland Magazine awarded Dr. Koval the “Top Doctors Awards”.
Dr. Koval attended the University of Pittsburgh where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. He earned his medical degree from The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr. Koval completed internship and residency at Michigan State Affiliated Hospitals before continuing on to complete a fellowship in gastroenterology at Oregon Health Sciences University.
|Happy Valley||Feb. 28, 2016|
Dr. Fisher is an internal medicine physician practicing at Adventist Mt. Scott Medical
group in Portland. She also acts as a preceptor and clerkship director for Western
University of Health Sciences, COMP-NW.
Dr. Fisher attended the College of Idaho in Caldwell, Idaho, where she earned a
Bachelors of Science in biology, English and human ecology dimension.
She earned her medical degree from the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
in Pomona, California. She completed an osteopathic rotating internship at Eastmoreland
General Hospital in Portland. Dr. Fisher completed internal medicine internship
and residency at Emanuel Hospital, also in Portland.
|Portland||Feb. 28, 2017|
Dr. Gubler is a surgeon in private practice with Pacific Surgical. He is certified by The American Board of Surgery in both Surgical Critical Care and General Surgery. Dr. Gubler received a Masters of Public Health and completed a Preventive Medicine residence and was certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Gubler served with the United States Marines as a flight surgeon and trained in tropical medicine before completing his residencies in general surgery and preventive medicine and fellowship in trauma and surgical critical care. At the time of his retirement as CAPTAIN (O-6) from the United States Navy he was Director of Surgical Services on the 1000 bed casualty receiving ship USNS MERCY and Head of a Division of General Surgery at the Naval Regional Medical Center San Diego. With Navy retirement, he was recruited to the Legacy Emanuel Trauma Program where he served as the Medical Director of Surgical Critical Care until January 2013.
Dr. Gubler’s clinical experience includes all aspects of general surgery, surgical oncology, endoscopy, minimally invasive surgery, and surgical critical care. He has a clinical interest in abdominal reconstructive procedures. He has maintained an interest in clinical research and has published extensively.
Dr. Gubler received his BS from the University of Utah, his medical degree from the College of Osteopathic Medicine/Surgery and his masters of public health at the University of Washington. Dr. Gubler completed his family practice internship at Naval Hospital Bremerton, Washington, his general surgery residency at the Naval Regional Medical Center Oakland, California, his residency in preventive medicine at the University of Washington and his fellowship in surgical critical care and trauma at Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington.
|Portland||Feb. 28, 2017|
Clifford Mah, DPM, is a Board certified podiatric physician from Portland. He is
a practitioner at Cascade Foot and Ankle Specialists, LLC. Dr. Mah is the Scientific
Chair for the Oregon Podiatric Medical Association. He currently provides continuing
medical education seminars on foot and ankle treatments to Oregon podiatrists.
Dr. Mah attended Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington and earned a Bachelor
of Arts degree in Biology-Chemistry. He attended podiatric school at California
School of Podiatric Medicine and completed residency at Northlake Medicine Center
in Tucker, Georgia.
|Eugene||Feb. 28, 2016|
Dr. McKimmy is a Board certified urologist with subspecialties in pediatric and
reconstructive urology, and neurourology and incontinence. He is in private practice
at the Oregon Urology Institute in Springfield with additional clinics in Roseburg
and Florence. Dr. McKimmy serves as the Principal Investigator of the Oregon Urology
Institute’s Division of Clinical Research.
He is a Trustee of the Oregon Medical Association, former President and Trustee
of the Lane County Medical Society, and former Chair of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics
Committee at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Eugene.
Dr. McKimmy attended Oregon State University College of Pharmacy where he earned
a Bachelors of Science in Pharmacology. He practiced as a successful hospital pharmacist
for five years before earning his medical degree from Oregon Health Science University
School of Medicine. He completed his general surgery and urology residencies at
Albany Medical Center Hospital in Albany, New York.
|Springfield||Feb. 28, 2016|
Ms. Smith, a Springfield resident, is the Human Resources Manager of Campus Operations
for the University of Oregon.
Ms. Smith graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Science in
Sociology and a Masters of Public Administration. She has a Senior Human Resources
Professional certificate from the Human Resources Certification Institute.
Ms. Smith has been a member of numerous community organizations. Most recently,
she acted as the coordinator for the Brown Bag Christmas Project and a tutor for
Lane Community College's English as a Second Language Program.
|West Linn||Feb. 28, 2017*|
Dr. Sukumar is Board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. She is on staff
at the Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Legacy Health System, adjunct
Assistant Professor of Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University, and a member
of the American Geriatrics Society and Oregon Medical Association. Dr. Sukumar has
worked as a primary care physician on the Oregon coast and served as geriatrician
and medical director for several multilevel nursing facilities in the Portland area.
Currently, she works with the Home Based Primary care program at the Portland VA
providing care to homebound veterans. Her areas of focus include safe prescribing
practices, care of the elderly, immunization and infection control, osteoporosis,
Dr. Sukumar received her medical degree from the Christian Medical College and Hospital
in Vellore, India, where she was Valedictorian. She completed her internship and
Internal Medicine Residency at Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center and Oregon Health
and Science University. She subspecialized in Geriatrics and completed her Fellowship
at the Oregon Health and Science University in 2002.
|Portland||Feb. 28, 2015|
Mr. Turner, a native of San Diego, California, is the Executive Director of Emanuel
Medical Center Foundation. Emanuel is part of the Legacy Health System, which provides
health care throughout the Portland, Oregon and Southwest Washington region.
Mr. Turner has spent his entire career, spanning eighteen years, in major gifts
development for health care and educational organizations including Legacy Health,
Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C., the University of
California - San Francisco School of Medicine, Scripps Health in San Diego, California
and the American Cancer Society.
Mr. Turner graduated from National University in La Jolla, CA, with a degree in
psychology. He also attended San Diego State University and received a graduate
school level certification in development, capital campaigns and major gifts from
Indiana University's Center on Philanthropy.
Previously, Mr. Turner served as Vice President and Public Member of the Osteopathic
Medical Board of California.
|Portland||Feb. 28, 2016*|
Dr. Williamson is a vascular surgeon in private practice with Pacific Vascular Specialists.
He is Board certified in both general and vascular surgery. He serves as Medical
Director of the Non-Invasive Vascular Lab at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center,
and is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Vascular Surgery at Oregon Health Science
Dr. Williamson participates in the Surgical Care Improvement Project, National Surgery
Quality Improvement Program, and chairs the Providence Regional Endovascular Committee.
He has a strong belief in the physician peer-review processes. This belief inspired
him to start the regional morbidity and mortality peer-review process and a comprehensive
outcomes registry within Providence system.
Dr. Williamson attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he
received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. He received his medical degree
from the Bowman Gray School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Dr. Williamson
completed internship, general surgery and vascular surgery residency at Oregon Health