John W. SaultzM.D.

  • Adjunct Professor of Family Medicine, School of Medicine

Expertise

  • Family Medicine

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Biography

Dr. John Saultz is a family physician. He was named Oregon family physician of the year in 2013 by the Oregon Academy of Family Physicians. The annual award recognizes doctors who provide compassionate, comprehensive family medicine on a continuing basis. It also recognizes doctors involved in community affairs and who serve as role models to their community, their fellow health professionals, medical residents and medical students.

Dr. Saultz has written four books and more than 150 journal articles and book chapters. His current research focuses on continuity of care in the doctor-patient relationship and medical decision-making. His research also focuses on primary care medical education and the future of family medicine.

Dr. Saultz has served as director of Oregon's statewide Area Health Education Centers program and as assistant vice president of OHSU for regional education and outreach. He was the 2013-14 national president of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. He was the 1993-94 president of the Association of Family Practice Residency Directors and the 1996-97 president of the Oregon Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Saultz has served on the Residency Review Committee for family practice from 1999-2005 and on the accreditation council for Graduate Medical Education from 1992-98. In 2003-04, Dr. Saultz was named a Bishop Fellow of the American Council on Education.

When he's not working, Dr. Saultz's interests focus on his wife, children and grandchildren.

Education

  • Residency:

    • Family medicine, Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Augusta, GA
  • Fellowship:

    • Family medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Certifications:

    • American Board of Family Practice

Languages

  • English

Patient ratings

4.6 out of 5 (133 Ratings, 68 Comments)

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