BMC expands nephrology department; hires Michael Fedlman, MD
Jun 22,2007 00:00 by Bend_Weekly_News_Sources

BEND, Ore. – Michael E. Feldman, M.D. has recently joined Bend Memorial Clinic’s Nephrology Department. 

Dr. Feldman comes to Bend Memorial Clinic from the United States Air Force, where he served as Chief of Nephrology and Director of Dialysis and Apheresis Services at David Grant Medical Center. While in the service, Dr. Feldman established and directed the largest dialysis practice in the United States Air Force, created and directed the first and largest Air Force CKD clinic (which now manages 130 pre-dialysis patients), and established and directed the first Air Force multidisciplinary kidney stone clinic.

Michael Feldman, M.D. 
In 2006, Dr Feldman received the Major General Archie Hoffman Award as Outstanding Air Force Clinician of the Year and was recognized by Major General Hawkins of the 18th Air Force for Clinical Excellence and Program Development.

After receiving his degree in medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine- Bronx, New York, Feldman completed his residency in Internal Medicine from David Grant Medical Center, Travis AFB and his Fellowship Training in Nephrology at Stanford University.

Dr. Feldman will be located at the Main Clinic located at 1501 NE Medical Center Drive in Bend Oregon. He will work closely with the current Nephrology Department Physicians with Dr. Richard S. Kebler, Dr. Richard A. Parker and Dr. Robert V. Pinnick.

About BMC: Bend Memorial Clinic includes over 80 physicians representing 15 branches of medicine and 30 service specialties. It is the largest multi-specialty group east of the Cascades and functions as a comprehensive referral center for physicians and communities throughout the state. The Clinic has provided primary and specialty care since 1946.