Dr. Kevin Piro is currently a hospitalist at OHSU. He graduated from University of Pennsylvania with a BA in biochemistry. Subsequently, he worked on multidrug resistance research at MD Anderson Cancer Center before enrolling in medical school at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. After medical school he returned to his home state to complete his internal medicine residency at OHSU. Following residency, he participated in and helped build a point-of-care ultrasound fellowship at OHSU, becoming only the second general medicine-focused ultrasound fellowship in the nation. Upon completion of his fellowship, he has taken on the roles of hospitalist, urgent care provider, and Director of Internal Medicine Ultrasound Education. He is passionate about using point-of-care ultrasound in clinical decision making and patient education, resident curriculum design, and teaching. Outside of work, he loves digging in his garden, following the ups-and-downs of the Portland Trail Blazers, and outdoor adventures with his family.
- B.A., 2006, University of Pennsylvania
- M.D., 2013, University of Texas Medical Center at Houston
- Oregon Health & Science University, 2014
- Oregon Health & Science University, 2016
- General Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship, Oregon Health and Science University, 2017