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Dr. Aaron Brown joined CMH in January 2019 as the fifth provider in the Astoria Primary Care Clinic. He practiced medicine in Clatsop County for two years prior to joining CMH, most recently in Warrenton.
Dr. Brown grew up in a small town in Kansas where his family doctor inspired him to pursue a career in medicine. "The family physician is someone you can rely on," he says. "They're a friend, an advisor, someone you can trust to support you in tough times."
His interests in science, physiology and Sherlock Holmes mysteries led him to earn bachelor's and master's degrees in criminology. He went on to earn his medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Bradenton Campus in Florida, and he completed an internship and residency training at Verde Valley Medical Center in Cottonwood, Arizona.
As a doctor of osteopathy, Dr. Brown believes in caring for the whole person and listening carefully to what his patients say. Dr. Brown has volunteered as the team physician for Seaside High School football. His wife is a teacher at Warrenton Grade School. They enjoy cooking, traveling, exercising, hiking, attending sporting events and playing with their pets.
Diabetes, health and wellness, sports injuries, blood disorders, osteopathic manipulations
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