Brandon Temte, DO

Brandon Temte, DO

Brandon is the current Chief Medical Resident at Providence Portland Medical Center in Portland, OR. He grew up in La Crosse, Wisconsin, and attended the University of Iowa for undergrad, followed by Des Moines University for medical school. He found his passion for Internal Medicine while in medical school and has always enjoyed connecting with patients. His interests include clinical education, and he was part of a group that created a “Residents as Teachers” program during residency. He will begin a Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship at the University of Wisconsin in 2022. Brandon’s joy outside of medicine comes from the great outdoors and hanging around Mt. Hood. When he’s not at work, he can often be found hiking, camping, or snowboarding with his partner and their dog, Tilly.

All posts by Brandon Temte, DO

June 2nd, 2022

The Importance of Psychological Safety

Even before starting residency, I knew I wanted to be a critical care doctor. I chose my residency program and drove halfway across the country to get a solid hands-on clinical experience. As an intern in the ICU, I was eager to get involved in every possible way. One morning after team rounds, fully caffeinated […]

April 26th, 2022

Enjoy the Journey – You Deserve It

A few years back, I was a third-year medical student, exhausted on my general surgery rotation. I woke up at 4 am to the sound and smell of my coffee maker, muttering to myself, “only 1 week left.” I did not intend to become a surgeon, but I showed up early each day to get […]

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