Mark Baskerville, M.D., J.D., M.B.A.
Not currently accepting patients
- Attending intensivist – cardiovascular intensive care unit – Knight Cardiovascular Institute - OHSU
- Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, School of Medicine
- Emergency Medicine
- Addiction Medicine
- Critical Care
Dr. Mark Baskerville is an assistant professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine. He is actively involved with medical education, serving as the CVICU clerkship director and a curriculum developer for the new MD program. He brings a vast array of experiences and skills to our multidisciplinary ICU - including formal training in business, law, ethics, and health policy. His research interests include leveraging high fidelity simulation to improve patient care and team performance across the perioperative arena.
Dr. Baskerville enjoys spending time with his family, including his wife who is a nurse and his three children. He enjoys hiking with his three labs and fly fishing.
Education and training
- B.S., 1991, University of Wisconsin
- M.D., 1995, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- M.B.A., 2011, OHSU - Portland State University
- J.D., 2012, Willamette University
- M.A., 2016, Loyola University Chicago
- Emergency medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1999
- Anesthesiology, John Hopkins Hospital, 2000
- Critical care medicine, OHSU, 2013
- American Board of Emergency Medicine, 2000 & 2010
- American Board of Anesthesiology , 2001 with recertification in 2012
- ABA Critical Care Subspecialty, 2013
- American Board of Addiction Medicine, 2012
Before scheduling your appointment, we recommend you contact your insurance company to verify that the OHSU Health location or provider you plan to visit is included in your network. Your insurance company will also be able to inform you of any copayments, co–insurance, or deductibles that will be your responsibility. If you proceed in scheduling an appointment and your health insurance benefits do not participate with OHSU providers, your out of pocket liability may be higher. Visit the billing and insurance section of our site for more information.