James Morrow D.O.
Emergency Room Physician
Walk-In Clinic Physician
Education and Training
Dr. Morrow has practiced in a wide variety of settings from private practice, emergency room practice, hospitalist practice to the United States Olympic Committee and as Chief Medical Officer and Chief Flight Surgeon for the United States Army, Kwajalein Atoll missile defense base in the Marshall Islands.
Dr. Morrow is board certified in family practice. He received his undergraduate degree in zoology from the University of California, Davis and his medical degree from A.T Still University in Kirksville, MO. His residency training was in Farmington, MO as well as at UC Davis Medical Center.
He is certified in Advanced Trauma Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support. FEMA certified. He is also a Senior Aviation Medical Examiner for the FAA.
Professional interests: Emergency Medicine, Aviation Medicine, Dive Medicine, including certification for treatment of scuba diving related injuries in a hyperbaric chamber, and drug and doping evaluations in athletes.
Personal interests: music, reading, cooking, scuba diving, travel, flying and raising two Morgan horses. He also, sort of, enjoys having his wallet emptied by his two children whom are currently attending college.
Medical Staff Privileges
Lower Umpqua Hospital District 4/4/2013 – Current