Man Tran, M.D., is board certified in internal medicine. He enjoys helping patients manage and overcome complex health problems. "I truly value the long-term relationships that I have been able to build with my patients," he says.
Dr. Tran received his undergraduate degree in chemistry from Oregon State University. He earned his medical degree from Northwestern University. After completing his residency at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, Dr. Tran served as chief resident for the facility. He is a member of the American College of Physicians, the leading professional organization for internal medicine practitioners.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Tran's interests include sports, photography, home improvement and watching movies.
Personal Statement: There are so many great reasons why I joined PSVMC. If I had to choose one, it would be the people here - ranging from my colleagues and the housestaff, to the medical and support staff. It's hard to leave my girls each morning, but I can't think of a more pleasant place to go to work.
Areas of Academic/Clinical Focus:Evidence based medicineTechnology in Medical Education
Personal Interests: I have far too many interests outside of medicine, though currently, most of my time is spent with my two lovely attention craving daughters. First and foremost, I'm a sports fanatic, especially Pac-10 football, NBA, and NFL. I'm also a tech junkie and love to accumulate gadgets. My main hobby is photography which I try to incorporate into my daily life. As much as my family can tolerate it, I grill and BBQ rain or shine.
Undergraduate: Oregon State University, summa cum laudeMedical School: Northwestern University, The Feinberg School of MedicineResidency: Providence St. Vincent Medical CenterChief Resident: Providence St. Vincent Medical Center