- Internal Medicine
Special focus on
- HIV and Internal Medicine
- M.P.H., University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles California 0
- M.D., University of Health Sciences, Chicago Medical School, Chicago Illinois 0 1997
- Internal medicine, Yale University School of Medicine
- Health services research, VA Ambulatory Care/UCLA Fellowship
- Internal medicine
Dr. Korthuis is a practicing general internist, addiction medicine provider, and clinician scientist. He began his clinical career treating patients living with HIV and became board-certified in addiction medicine in 2010. His research focuses on improving integration of addiction treatment in diverse health care settings, including HIV clinics. He serves as Principal Investigator for two international trials funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse: The CTN-0055/0067 CHOICES trial of clinic-based extended-release naltrexone in North American HIV clinics, and the BRAVO trial of clinic-based buprenorphine for opioid use disorder in Vietnam HIV clinics. He is co-investigator in the National Institute of Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network Western States Node, collaborating in clinical trials of opioid, methamphetamine, and cocaine treatment. Honors include the 2008 Lawrence S. Linn Award for research that improves the lives of people living with HIV and a 2012-2013 Fulbright Scholar award to study integration of HIV and addiction care in Vietnam. Dr. Korthuis serves as Program Director for the OHSU Addiction Medicine Fellowship and Co-Director of the Oregon Addiction Education and Prevention Initiative that provides training and support for rural primary care providers in pharmacotherapy for substance use disorders.
Memberships and associations
- Society of General Internal Medicine
4.7 out of 5 (57 Ratings, 12 Comments)
The patient ratings score is an average of all responses to physician related questions on our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey
- Friendliness/courtesy 4.8
- Explanations about your problem/condition 4.8
- Concern shown for your questions/worries 4.7
- Effort made to include you in treatment decisions 4.8
- Used words you could understand 4.8
- Amount of time spent with you 4.7
- Your confidence in care provider 4.7
- Likelihood of recommending to others 4.7
- Sep 21, 2017
Dr Korthuis is the absolute best physician I have have ever had. I will miss him.
- Jun 01, 2017
- Apr 11, 2017
Ive been to a LOT of doctors and (other than Dr Paul Vary at OHSU pain clinic) Dr Korthius is EXCELLENT. I am a recent amputee with a lot of issues and he rates at the TOP of my list for great doctors.
- Jan 19, 2017
As mentioned earlier, my only hesitation to recommend is that Dr K is so busy now, it's sometimes hard to get an appointment. But he's the best doctor I've had in a long time for my HIV care. I have complete confidence in him; he even called me at 7pm to tell me about a Rx he was adding (B12) that we had not had time to cover in our appointment (because I talk so much, probably....) That's above and beyond the call of duty, considering it was nine hours since our appointment!
- Dec 15, 2016
dr. Todd is the best!
- Dec 08, 2016
Dr. Todd took extra time with me and provided excellent care. I am very thankful for his support and understanding.
- Nov 10, 2016
I do not think i could get better care period!
- Nov 10, 2016
I had a few questions to ask and the doctor seemed a bit rushed, which is usually not the case. Is it that silly "On Time" monitor in the waiting room that he is trying to keep current with? If so, it not a smart idea. My doctor was on time, but as I said, he actually said we were running out of time and he was running around in the last few minutes to retrieve a few things. That board does nothing but make people in the waiting room anxious. Get rid of it.
- Sep 01, 2016
never want to see this doctor again
- Jun 20, 2016
seemed to only be concerned about a complete misunderstanding about medicine I received that ohsu Doctor repeated the sound bite "you didn't follow our agreement" I was stunned and totally dismayed that I was treated as someone less than favorable because he disagreed with a step I felt I needed to take in medication to help me from having a total melt down. I was ACCUSED of not following our agreement. Now being treated as some common criminal that needs to be reined in.