Anne Smeraglio, MD

Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)

Dr. Smeraglio attended Oregon Health & Science University for medical school then completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Stanford University where she co-launched a hospitalist track at Stanford in 2015, while still a resident, called SHAPE (Stanford Hospitalist Advanced Practice & Education).  In 2016, she joined the Division of Hospital Medicine at Portland Veterans Hospital. Since returning to Portland, Dr. Smeraglio has served as a clinical teacher/attending physician for medical students and residents on the Portland VA acute care wards.  She is the director for Quality Improvement and Health Systems Science for OHSU’s internal medicine residency program and runs a year-long longitudinal curriculum called Wellbeing and Improvement Science Curriculum (WISC) for the internal medicine residents. She has also served as OHSU’s STARS site director since 2018.  She has research interest in the cross-section of education and health system sciences. Specifically, how to engage trainees in using improvement science to provide better, more affordable, more equitable and safer care for our patients.