Jessica Gregg, M.D., Ph.D

Jessica Gregg, M.D., Ph.D.
Jessica Gregg, MD, PhDAssociate Professor of Medicine
Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics

Education and Training

B.A. - Stanford University, Anthropology, 1988

Medical Degree:
M.D. - University of New Mexico School of Medicine, 1997

PhD. - Emory University, Anthropology, 2000

Residency - Oregon Health & Science University, 2003


Dr. Jessica Gregg received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University, her medical degree from the University of New Mexico, and her doctorate in medical anthropology from Emory University.  She is board certified in internal medicine and addiction medicine. Dr. Gregg's research has focused primarily on social and cultural barriers to disease prevention among underserved communities in Oregon. She is also co-director of the OHSU Department of Medicine's Social Medicine curriculum, which offers OHSU internal medicine residents opportunities to provide care for, and learn from, individuals struggling with addiction, homelessness, and mental illness.   In addition, she is the medical director of the Hooper Detoxification and Stabilization center, which provides medically supervised drug and alcohol detoxification to primarily homeless and uninsured Oregonians, and is medical director of the Oregon Health Professionals Services' Program, which provides statewide confidential monitoring program for health professional's struggling with substance use problems and/or mental illness.

Board Certification

Internal Medicine

Selected Publications

    1. Gregg J., Nguyen-Truong CK, Wang PR, Kobus A. Prioritizing prevention: culture, context, and cervical screening among Vietnamese American Women. J Immig Minor Health. 2011 Dec;13(6):1084-9.
    2. Iles-Shih M, Sve C, Solotaroff R, Bruno R, Gregg J. Health and illness in contact: a pragmatic, interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning applied public health within an urban safety net system. J Public Health Pract. 2011 Jul-Aug;17(4):308-12.
    3. Gregg J. An unanticipated source of hope: stigma and cervical cancer in Brazil. Med Anthropol Q. 2011 Mar;25(1):70-84.

Patient Care Locations

Central City Concern
Hooper Detoxification Center

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