Shawn Patrick, MD, FACC
I thoroughly enjoy collaborating with my patients to treat their acute cardiovascular needs and assist them in achieving their long-term goals for reducing their cardiovascular risks and improving their quality of life.
Dr. Patrick was born and raised in Redmond, Oregon. The youngest of four boys, he worked in his family’s drug store and hardware store throughout his adolescence. After receiving his undergraduate degree in Biology at Willamette University, he left Oregon to complete his medical degree at The Medical College of Wisconsin. He performed a residency in Internal Medicine at Vanderbilt University, where he also served as Chief Resident, and then completed a fellowship in Cardiovascular Diseases at Wake Forest University, where he also served as Chief Fellow. He then returned to Oregon where he has been in private practice with Northwest Cardiovascular Institute since 2001. He has served multiple terms as the Section Chief of Cardiology at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center and has been the Medical Director for Cardiovascular Services at Legacy Health since 2010. He has been the Cardiology education coordinator for the Legacy Internal Medicine Residency Program since 2001.
Outside of the office, Dr. Patrick enjoys spending time with family, coaching girls lacrosse at Oregon Episcopal School, and triathlons.
- Internal Medicine
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Fellowship, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, 2001
- Internship and Residency, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN, 1998
- MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 1994
- BS, Biology, Willamette University, Salem, OR, 1989
- Attending Teaching Award at Legacy Portland Hospital
- House Staff Role Model Award at Vanderbilt University
- 1. Patrick ST, Zubkus J: A case of paraquat poisoning. Tennessee Medicine 91: 112, 1998
- 2. Watterson MK, Patrick ST, Coleman MD, Morgan HJ: A non-insulin dependent diabetic man with metabolic acidosis. Tennessee Medicine 91: 469-470, 1998
- 3. Patrick ST, Glowniak JV, Turner FE, Robbins MS, Wolfangle RG: Comparison of in vitro RBC labeling with the Ultra Tag RBC kit versus in vivo labeling. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 32: 242-244, 1991
- 4. Glowniak JV, Patrick ST, Urman SM, Turner FE: Effects of hypothyroidism and thyrotoxicosis on metaiodobenzyguanidine kinetics in the rat heart. Nuclear Medicine Commmunications 12: 879-884, 1991
- 5. Patrick ST, Glowniak JV, Hovaguimian H, Gad M: Assessment of sternal viability after sternotomy in patients with and without internal mammary artery bypass (abstract). Journal of Nuclear Medicine 32: 1025, 1991
- 6. Glowniak JV, Patrick ST, Urman SM, Turner FE: Effects of thyroid status on the kinetics of I-125 metaiodobenzylguanidine (MIBG) in the rat heart (abstract). Clinical Nuclear Medicine 15: 766, 1990
- 7. Patrick ST, Glowniak JV, Hovaguimian H: Assessment of sternal viability after sternotomy in patients and without internal mammary artery bypass (abstract). Clinical Nuclear Medicine 15: 765, 1990
- Medical Director, Legacy Health Cardiovascular Services, Current
- Echocardiography Laboratory Director