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Oregon Medical Board
1500 SW 1st Ave
Suite 620
Portland, OR 97201
Phone: (971) 673-2700
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Information current as of 11/25/2020 07:50:16 AM

Hancock, Christopher Rigas, MD

MD License: MD180107

  • 10/27/2016
  • Active
  • 1/1/2020
  • 12/31/2021
  • USMLE
  • Yes

Licensee Information

Male
Radiology, Neuroradiology
Specialty is self-reported by the licensee. It does not necessarily indicate specialty board certification.
Not Approved
English

Practice Location(s)

Street City, State Zip County Phone
9205 SW Barnes Rd Portland, OR 97225 Washington 503-216-2181

Education

School Name Location Degree Date Degree Earned
MED COL OF GEORGIA SCH OF MED AUGUSTA, GEORGIA USA 05/03/2002 MD

Post-Graduate
Training
School Name Location From To Specialty
Internship Carolinas Medical Center Program Charlotte, NC United States 07/2002 06/2003 Internal Medicine
Residency Jackson Memorial Hospital/Jackson Health System Program Miami, FL United States 07/2003 06/2007 Radiology
Fellowship Jackson Memorial Hospital/Jackson Health System Program Miami, FL United States 07/2007 06/2008 Neuroradiology

Medical education and post-graduate training may not have been verified with the primary source if licensed through Expedited Endorsement.

Board Orders

There are no current or prior Board orders or agreements on file for this licensee.

Malpractice

Malpractice claim information is compiled by the Oregon Medical Board from claim reports it receives from primary insurers; public bodies required to defend, save harmless and indemnify an officer, employee or agent of the public; a self-insured entity; or a health maintenance organization. Claim reporting and disclosure requirements are governed by ORS 742.400.

The settlement of a medical malpractice claim may occur for a variety of reasons that do not necessarily reflect negatively on the professional competence or conduct of the provider. Therefore, there may be no disciplinary action appearing for a licensee, even though there is a closed malpractice claim on file. A payment in the settlement of a medical malpractice action does not create a presumption that medical malpractice occurred. This database represents information from reporters to date. Please note: Not all reporters may have submitted claim information to the Board.

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