Nicholas F. Carulli, MD, ACP

My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...

I went into medicine to help people live longer and healthier lives.  Being a doctor means having a relationship with each individual patient and knowing their unique needs and desires.  I want to know my patients as people and relate to them as a friend and physician.  When a patient is ill, I am persistent in arriving at the correct diagnosis and treatment.  I have equal passion achieving and maintaining wellness for a long and healthy life.

Physician Profile

Education

Undergraduate
University of Portland
Portland, OR
Bachelor of Science, Biology 1981
Medical School
Oregon Health Science University School of Medicine
Portland, OR
Doctorate of Medicine 1987
Internship
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, MN
General Surgery 1987-1989
Residency
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, MN
1988-1989
St. Vincent Hospital
Portland, OR
Internal Medicine 1990-1993

Licensure

Washington
Oregon

Professional Society Memberships

American Medical Association
American College of Physicians
Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine

Professional Affiliations and Appointments

Board of Directors, Southwest Washington Medical Center 2005-present
Member, Vancouver Business Executives 2004-present

Hospital Affiliations

Peace Health Southwest Washington Medical Center
Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital

Interests

Photography, tennis and hiking

Certifications

Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine

Patient Testimonials

  • Member: Mary

    As a result of the care given by my doctor I have been enabled to reduce many of the medications I had been taking in the past. I ...

  • Member: Scott

    This is my first experience with MDVIP, and I have to say that it has been my most satisfactory and professional medical experienc...

  • Member: Michael

    We moved to the area a little over a year ago and were concerned that we would have to get our medical care from a group of physic...

  • Member: Gary

    I have personally known Dr. Carulli for over 30 years and he has been my personal physician for about a third of that time. I find...