Dr. Rodriguez joined Providence Health & Services in 1997 as a family physician and regional director of Population Health Improvement Programs. In 1998, he became Medical Director of Health Services Integration. In 2000, he took on added responsibilities for Quality Improvement — an area to which he is passionately committed. Dr. Rodriguez speaks nationally on quality improvement issues and has implemented clinical improvement programs in a variety of settings.
Dr. Rodriguez is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. He completed his family practice residency in the University of Washington network at Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound. He is board certified in family practice, and has a Certificate of Added Qualifications in geriatrics. His practice at Providence Medical Group-Southeast emphasizes geriatrics.
Before joining Providence, Dr. Rodriguez was the medical director of PacifiCare of Oregon. He also has served as director of patient care and assistant professor of family medicine for the Department of Family Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), and as clinical director for the U.S. Public Health Service Indian Health Service, Navajo Area, in Crownpoint, New Mexico. He is currently an adjunct associate professor of family medicine at OHSU. Dr. Rodriguez was instrumental in establishing the Providence Milwaukie Family Practice Residency.
Medical degree: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, OhioResidency: University of Washington School of MedicineAdditional training: Certificate of added qualifications - GeriatricsDr. Rodriguez is board certified in family medicine.