Nancy Loeb, M.D., brings healthy doses of experience, energy and enthusiasm to her practice. Her goal is to be an advocate for her patients’ medical issues. “I believe in education, a collaborative relationship and honest communication,” she says. “This helps patients better understand their medical conditions and options so they can make informed decisions about their care.” Dr. Loeb earned her medical degree at the University of Iowa College of Medicine, and completed her residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 1982. She is board certified in both internal medicine and emergency medicine. An Iowa native, Dr. Loeb loves Oregon, which she describes as “heavenly.” Her interests outside of medicine include wilderness activities, conservation, friendship and humor. Personal Statement: I joined the faculty practice after 10 years practicing as an Internist at Kaiser Permanente in Portland. I had previously taught at the University of Nebraska. What attracted me to this program was the creativity and institutional support. With a smaller faculty in a community program, we have much more freedom to innovate than I experienced in large institutions such as Kaiser and University setting.
Clinical InterestsWomen's healthMedical orthopedics
Internal medicine; emergency medicine
Undergraduate: University of IowaMedical School: University of Iowa College of MedicineResidency: University of Nebraska Medical Center