Eric M. WiserM.D.

  • Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, School of Medicine

Expertise

  • Family Medicine

Special focus on

  • Maternity / Obstetrics
  • Preventive Medicine

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Biography

Dr. Eric M. Wiser is a family physician. His clinical interests are maternity care and women's health, rural health care education and general primary care. As the child of two public school teachers, Dr. Wiser values education and believes patients should know as much about their health as their provider does. He tries to eliminate any barriers that patients may encounter while navigating the complex medical environment.

Dr. Wiser cherishes the personal relationships that form between patients and family physicians. He always brings a family approach to primary care, and enjoys the comprehensiveness of family medicine - everything from birth to end-of-life.

Dr. Wiser was born and raised in between small towns in Pennsylvania, where he completed most of his education. After leaving Pennsylvania to complete a fellowship in obstetrics in Spokane in 2007, he moved to Oregon. He and his wife, who is also a family medicine physician, started a family practice together in the small town of Sublimity before coming to OHSU.

In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter. He trains for triathlons and has completed multiple Ironman events. He also enjoys being outside hiking, biking and fly fishing.

Education

  • M.D., 2003, Temple University School of Medicine
  • Residency:

    • St. Vincent's family medicine residency program, 2006
  • Fellowship:

    • Obstetrics, family medicine Spokane, 2007
  • Certifications:

    • American Academy of Family Physicians, 2006

Languages

  • English

Memberships and associations

  • American Academy of Family Medicine

Patient ratings

4.8 out of 5 (97 Ratings, 45 Comments)

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