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Dr. Wendy Kohatsu

Assistant Professor and Co-Director of the Integrative Family Medicine Fellowship

Oregon Health & Science University

HQ Phone: (503) 494-8311

Oregon Health & Science University

3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Rd

Portland, Oregon 97239

United States

Company Description

Oregon Health & Science University is the state's only academic health and research university. As Portland's largest employer with approximately 14,000 employees, OHSU's size contributes to its ability to provide many services and community support not f... more

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Affiliations

Faculty Advisor
University of California Los Angeles School of Medicine UCSF - San Francisco General Hospital Residency University of Arizona Integrative Medicine Fellowship Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency Program - Faculty Board Certified

Faculty Advisor
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Graduate Fellow and Visiting Assistant
Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center

Member of Advisory Board
Many Streams Healing Systems

Board Member
American Medical Association

Education



East Tennessee State University



UCLA's medical school

B.S.
biology
University of California at Irvine

M.D.

Rush Medical College

M.D. degree

University of California at Los Angeles

MA

MD

University of Arizona

medical degree

UCLA

medical degree

UCLA School of Medicine

medical degree

University of California at Los Angeles

medical degree

University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine

professional culinary degree

Oregon Culinary Institute

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Wendy Kohatsu, MD

Wendy, a graduate of the inaugural class of Fellows from the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, is a family medicine faculty member at Oregon Health Science University. Dr. Kohatsu is certified in shiatsu massage, a clinical researcher and lecturer locally and nationally, with the goal of promoting integrative medicine in the academic environment. She has worked to increase utilization of integrative medicine in underserved populations, and is the editor ofComplementary and Alternative Medicine Secrets, (June 2002) and co-author of chapters on the History of CAM in the US, Nutrition, Supplements, Low Back Pain, and Integrative Medicine. Dr. Kohatsu will assist in HEART faculty selection and serve as lecturer.


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Wendy Kohatsu, MD

Wendy, a graduate of the inaugural class of Fellows from the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, is a family medicine faculty member at Oregon Health Science University. Dr. Kohatsu is certified in shiatsu massage, a clinical researcher and lecturer locally and nationally, with the goal of promoting integrative medicine in the academic environment. She has worked to increase utilization of integrative medicine in underserved populations, and is the editor of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Secrets, (June 2002) and co-author of chapters on the History of CAM in the US, Nutrition, Supplements, Low Back Pain, and Integrative Medicine. Dr. Kohatsu will assist in HEART faculty selection and serve as lecturer.


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Wendy Kohatsu, MD

Wendy Kohatsu, M.D. received her medical degree from UCLA in 1994, and completed her residency in family and community medicine at UCSF/San Francisco General Hospital in 1997. She graduated as one of the inaugural Fellows in the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, under the direction of Dr. Andrew Weil in 1999.
She has served on the faculty at East Tennessee State University, working with a rural, underserved community, and then as Co-Director for the Integrative Family Medicine Fellowship at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Oregon until 2008. Dr. Kohatsu's clinical practice is the integration of primary care medicine with nutrition, lifestyle enhancement, mind-body therapies, and complementary modalities such as botanical and manual therapies. She is the editor and author of the book Complementary and Alternative Medicine Secrets, published in 2002.
Dr Kohatsu is also a chef! -- She received her professional culinary degree from the Oregon Culinary Institute in 2008 and loves to teach healthy cooking classes at local clinics and wellness centers, national conferences, farmer's markets, and in the humble space of her home kitchen. Her areas of expertise include the Mediterranean diet, Asian cuisine, and gluten-free cooking. Dr. Kohatsu's dream is to create an interactive TEACHING KITCHEN to cook with, educate, and inspire people to not only eat healthier, but to use food as medicine, and savor life.
She now serves as Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine, UCSF, and is the Director of the Integrative Medicine Fellowship at the Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency program in Santa Rosa, CA.


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Wendy Kohatsu, MD

Wendy Kohatsu, M.D. received her medical degree from UCLA in 1994, and completed her residency in family and community medicine at UCSF/San Francisco General Hospital in 1997. She graduated as one of the inaugural Fellows in the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, under the direction of Dr. Andrew Weil in 1999.
She has served on the faculty at East Tennessee State University, working with a rural, underserved community, and then as Co-Director for the Integrative Family Medicine Fellowship at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Oregon until 2008. Dr. Kohatsu's clinical practice is the integration of primary care medicine with nutrition, lifestyle enhancement, mind-body therapies, and complementary modalities such as botanical and manual therapies. She is the editor and author of the book Complementary and Alternative Medicine Secrets, published in 2002.
Dr Kohatsu is also a chef! -- She received her professional culinary degree from the Oregon Culinary Institute in 2008 and loves to teach healthy cooking classes at local clinics and wellness centers, national conferences, farmer's markets, and in the humble space of her home kitchen. Her areas of expertise include the Mediterranean diet, Asian cuisine, and gluten-free cooking. Dr. Kohatsu's dream is to create an interactive TEACHING KITCHEN to cook with, educate, and inspire people to not only eat healthier, but to use food as medicine, and savor life.
She now serves as Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine, UCSF, and is the Director of the Integrative Medicine Fellowship at the Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency program in Santa Rosa, CA.

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