Dr. Patrick Brown, board-certified radiologist, is Bend’s first fellowship trained interventional radiologist and a native Oregonian. After receiving an undergraduate degree in chemistry from Gonzaga University, he earned his doctorate degree at OHSU, and completed a four-year diagnostic radiology residency through the University of Utah Medical Center. A fellowship at the University of Washington Medical Center completed his formal training years.
Dr. Brown joined CORA in 1989. Interventional radiology, women’s imaging, and general radiology are his primary clinical focuses. He was instrumental in creating one of the Northwest’s largest imaging networks. He has also been very active in physician leadership over his decades of practice. This has included positions as St. Charles Imaging Department Medical Director, chairing the St. Charles Medical Quality Assessment committee, and also sitting on the St. Charles Medical Executive and Credentials/Bylaws committees.
Dr. Brown has always felt lucky to live and work here in Central Oregon, where he and his wife raised their two sons. When not at work or in committee, you’re likely to find him at the gym, gardening, bicycling, or hiking with his wife, Lottie.