Providence Medical Group Names Medical Director for Cardiovascular Clinical Services

January 18, 2012
Daniel Oseran

PORTLAND, Ore. – Providence Medical Group announced today that Daniel Oseran, M.D., has been named medical director for cardiovascular clinical service. In this expanded role, Dr. Oseran, who also serves as medical director of Providence Heart and Vascular Institute, will be working closely with PMG’s cardiology clinics.

“In the past two years, Providence Medical Group has vastly increased the number of cardiology clinics and providers,” said Gil Rodriguez, M.D., PMG’s chief medical officer for specialties. “We now have more than 40 employed specialists throughout the state. Dr. Oseran will be working to integrate the program goals and objectives of Providence Heart and Vascular Institute within our PMG clinics, helping us to provide a more connected experience of care for our patients and physician partners.”

A native of Oregon, Dr. Oseran is board certified in cardiology and clinical cardiac electrophysiology. He completed his cardiology training at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. After spending several years on the medical staff there, he returned to Portland, where he started Providence Arrhythmia Services at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in 1991.

In 2010, Dr. Oseran joined Providence Medical Group as an employed specialist with Providence St. Vincent Heart Clinic-Heart Rhythm Consultants.