Rudy Greene, MD
Dr. Greene graduated from the University of Toronto, Canada, with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and went on to obtain his medical degree in 1978 also from University of Toronto.
He completed internship and one year of family practice residency at Riverside General Hospital, California. Then an internal medicine residency at St. Mary’s Hospital, Long Beach, and Rheumatology Fellowship at University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
He became Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Rheumatology after completing all his training.
Dr. Greene was an Associate Professor of Medicine at USC and taught students, residents and Fellows at USC and White Memorial Hospital, Los Angeles from 1985 to 1998. He also had a Rheumatology practice in Los Angeles during that same period. In 1998 he moved to Oregon and established a thriving practice and is still involved in teaching.
Dr. Greene is a member of the Oregon Rheumatology Alliance, Jackson County Medical Society, a Fellow Member of the American College of Rheumatology and the Arthritis Foundation. He is a Clinical Associate Professor of Family Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Green has lectured extensively from 1984-2012 on a variety of Rheumatology topics to medical and non medical audiences.
In his spare time, Dr. Greene is a runner, biker and swimmer, and participates in triathlons. He has completed 27 marathons. Most recently he has published Rudy’s Ruminations on Rheumatology. He is married and he and his wife enjoy the outdoors and their pets.