Our resident doctors have all completed four years of medical school and have chosen to specialize in family medicine. Their continued training consists of three years in Hood River and Portland where they learn to take care of patients of all ages—everything from taking care of pregnant women to delivering babies, caring for newborns, children and adults, plus providing end-of-life care. At One Community Health, these residents serve as primary care physicians under the supervision of our experienced doctors.

The Providence Rural Family Medicine Residency Program was founded by Dr. Robert Gobbo, one of One Community Health’s veteran clinicians. In addition to his clinical duties with us and at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital, Dr. Gobbo is the residency director, supervising the trainees in clinic and in the hospital.

 

One Community Health Residency Program

Dr. Robert Gobbo is the Program Director of the Residency Program