Evan Saulino is a family physician who cares for patients at the Providence Southeast Family Medicine Clinic – a residency training site with an economically and culturally diverse patient population. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of California – San Diego, and his medical degree and PhD in Microbiology from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. After time doing research in a lab studying anthrax at Harvard Medical School, he shifted gears and completed his Family Medicine residency training at Oregon Health and Science University.
Through his position at the Center for Outcomes Research and Education (CORE), Dr. Saulino acts as the Clinical Advisor for Oregon’s Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) Program, which works with clinics serving over 3 million patients across Oregon.
He is a Past-President of the 1,600 member Oregon Academy of Family Physicians, and works on a variety of health policy, advocacy, and communications issues in coordination with community and physician groups, as well as with legislators in Oregon and nationally.