Melanie Sauvain, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P.
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics
Education and Training
B.A. - University of Washington, 1980
M.D. - University of Washington, 1984
Internship and Residency
Internship - General Internal Medicine, OHSU, 1985
Residency - General Internal Medicine, OHSU,. 1987
M.P.H. - OHSU, 2006
My passion for health attainment and maintenance is focused on the integration of medical occupational and emotional health. Diagnostic accuracy and integration of these three key facets are a focus for the comprehensive care and illness recovery that we all strive for at OHSU. Exercise, life-balance, and pursuit of avocations have been shown to attenuate a vast majority of long-term illnesses and progressive weight gain, which is the current health epidemic in America. Internal Medicine and Geriatrics at OHSU integrates the electronic medical records with access to a vast array of subspecialists to provide integrative, knowledgeable, and comprehensive care to best serve our patients in a individualized, caring, and thoughtful way. I and my Internal Medicine team look forward to assisting you in your personal health goals.
American Board of Internal Medicine, 1987
Patient Care Locations
General Internal Medicine Clinic, Physicians Pavilion
Postgraduate Occupational and General Internal Medical Education
I am the sole clinical occupational medicine physician at OHSU. As such, my educational roles are quite varied in scope and formality. My longitudinal teaching activity includes a half day a week occupational medicine experience for second and third year internal medicine residents. We take time to discus occupational balance and career choices for the young physicians. I customize their experience depending on the future career choices of the individual physician.