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This board meets annually with the next meeting scheduling in Spring of 2019. They develop policy, recommend budget and review the Chief Medical Examiner’s report. Please review ORS 146.015 and 146.025 for more details.
We offer a 40-Hour Oregon Certified Medicolegal Death Investigator Course. This course is a standardized training program following national guidelines for death investigations developed by the National Institute of Justice.
The course is offered to the following groups in this priority order: Medical Examiners, Full-time Deputy Medical Examiners, District Attorneys, Part-time Deputy Medical Examiners, Attorneys, Law enforcement and Medical Professionals.
Typically the course is offered once a year at our Clackamas, Oregon location. The course is free, but students are responsible for books, travel, per diem, lodging, etc.
We will update this space with further information and application details as it becomes available.
How do I request medical examiner reports? What do I need to include in my request?
These charts will show you the breakdown of drug related deaths in Oregon by county and drug type. We will improve on these reports over time. Drug related deaths
Chief Medical ExaminerMichele Stauffenberg, M.D.
Deputy State Medical ExaminerRebecca A. Millius, M.D.
Deputy State Medical ExaminerClifford Nelson, M.D.
Deputy State Medical Examiner - Lane CountyDaniel W. Davis, M.D.
Deputy State Medical Examiner - Southern OregonJames Olson, M.D.
State Forensic AnthropologistVeronica “Nici” Vance, Ph.D.
Forensic AdministratorKelsey Evans
State Medical Examiner13309 SE 84th AvenueSuite 100Clackamas, OR 97015Phone: email@example.com
Hours8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday
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