Alexander Domingo, M.D. (he/him)

  • Assistant Professor, Family Medicine, School of Medicine


Alex was born in Texas and grew up near St. Joseph, Missouri where he spent his childhood working on the family farm and exploring the countryside with his 3 siblings. His parents, a spiritual healer and an organic farmer inspired his passion for the care of people and the environment. He returned to Texas to attend the University of Texas at Austin, where he studied psychology and environmental science to prepare for a career bridging humanistic medicine and sustainability. 

Alex felt that family medicine was the field most in-line with his mission to provide holistic medicine to people at all stages of life. He pursued medical training at Yale, and was drawn to OHSU for residency and beyond by the amazing family medicine community. He appreciates the role that family doctors here have in providing comprehensive care from prenatal care and birth to end of life, and in settings ranging from clinic, the medical wards in the hospital, the labor and delivery unit, and at times in patient homes or care facilities. 

One of the best parts of his job is pregnancy, postpartum and newborn care. He is ALWAYS OPEN to taking new patients who are expecting (even if his bio says "closed to new patients"), and working closely with families to help provide personalized and empowered prenatal care and birthing experiences.  To facilitate this, he and his colleagues in family medicine at OHSU provide continuity of care throughout the prenatal period, come in for deliveries of their own patients whenever possible, and continue to provide care in the postpartum period. After delivery, if desired by families, he loves serving as the primary care provider for mom, baby and any close family members! In terms of family planning, he is also trained in providing vasectomies. 

Outside of his work as a primary care physician he teaches students at OHSU on planetary health and sustainability and serves as an Associate Board member at Health in Harmony nonprofit organization. In his free time, Alex enjoys spending time outdoors with his family. He also enjoys yoga (he is a registered instructor), meditation, cooking and playing ukulele.

Education and training

    • B.S., 2011, University of Texas at Austin
    • M.D., 2017, Yale University School of Medicine
  • Residency

    • Family Medicine, Oregon Health & Sciences University, 2017-2021

Memberships and associations:

  • American Academy of Family Physicians


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