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Feb 03, 09:26 PM

Straight from the press room, read about news and happenings at The Corvallis Clinic. For media representatives, our providers are available as experts on health care topics by contacting the Marketing and Public Relations Department, 541-758-2747.


The Corvallis Clinic adds new sleep medicine, physical therapy providers. Read More.

Wrestling with low testosterone? Read one patient’s success story with testosterone replacement therapy.

The Corvallis Clinic offers a new personalized approach to weight loss. Learn more.

Popular summer exercise program, Walk with the Doc, expands. Read more.

Robotic-assisted surgery was a success for patient Leslie Hammond. Read more.

The Corvallis Clinic has received the state’s top-rating as Patient-Centered Primary Care Home. Read More

Certified Physician Assistant Melissa Scott joins Orthopedics.

Terry Crowder, PhD, RPh, joins Clinic as new Pharmacy Manager

Itching for relief from dry winter skin? Read more in Healthy Living by Dermatologist Kyle Van De Graaff, M.D.

Physician Recruiter Karrie Wuerch joins The Corvallis Clinic.

Christabeth Boyd, M.D., joins Immediate Care Center.

Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner Yvonne Keep joins Internal Medicine.

Pediatrician Veneta Vanguelova, D.O., joins The Corvallis Clinic.

Eye surgery patients notified of medication recall.

Dr. Lindsay Bromley joins The Corvallis Clinic Endocrinology Department.

The Corvallis Clinic Philomath Family Medicine welcomes family physician Lauren Gray, D.O.

The Corvallis Clinic at North Albany Village welcomes family physician Benie Pham, D.O.

David Cutsforth, M.D. and David Grube, M.D., a Pair of Docs for the Ages retire.

The Corvallis Clinic Foundation awards health care education scholarships

The Clinic’s new Medical Director Dennis Regan, M.D., internist Brian Curtis, M.D., and Operations Chief Rod Aust were featured in articles that appeared in Innovation in Health Care, a special publication of Mid-Valley Newspapers. Dr. Regan was interviewed about the use of electronic medical records. Aust and Dr. Curtis were interviewed for an article about how doctors are using e-prescriptions to reduce errors and keep patients safe.

Clinic CEO Andrew Perry and other local health care leaders respond to the Supreme Court decision upholding health care reform. Read more.

Endocrinologist Susan Sanderson, M.D., joins The Corvallis Clinic.

The Corvallis Clinic Foundation is supporting the health care careers of future doctors, nurses and other medical professionals by offering scholarships for college and high school students to study in health-related careers.

Oregon OSHA has awarded The Corvallis Clinic SHARP certification for the third straight year for its commitment and diligence to safety. The Clinic joins seven other health care facilities in Oregon with this award.

Clinic hires Dr. Dennis Regan as new Medical Director.

Patrick Wylie named new Director of Information Technology Services

Dieting by Personality Type, a column by Dietitian Deborah Bella, Ph.D. in Mid-Valley Newspaper’s Healthy Living column.

Clinic hires Mohamed Alyajouri as Director of Quality Improvement

Pain medicine specialist, Kevin Cuccaro, M.D. is accepting new patients by referral.

Internist Stan Adkisson, M.D. joins The Corvallis Clinic at North Albany Village.

Rod Aust named Chief Operating Officer.

OB/GYN Emily Rangel, M.D. joins The Corvallis Clinic. Also, women’s health specialist Zoryana Thompson, PA-C, will see patients at the Waverly Drive/Albany office.

Read about the benefits of medical research happening at The Corvallis Clinic in To Your Health. For a list of research studies currently enrolling, see

The Corvallis Clinic Oncology & Hematology Department welcomes Lamia Boric, M.D.

The Corvallis Clinic Foundation awards 2011 scholarships.