Mark E. Rampton, M.D.

Dr. Mark Rampton was born and raised in Corvallis and received his engineering degree from Oregon State University. He received his medical degree at Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU) and served in the U.S. Army in Georgia and California. In 1984 Dr. Rampton and his wife Alice returned to Corvallis where they helped create Corvallis Family Medicine.

Dr. Rampton has enjoyed practicing medicine in his hometown where he has had the privilege of providing medical care to many, including former teachers and classmates. He is an advocate of the Family Medicine philosophy in which the scope of care includes all individuals, regardless of their age or gender. His practice includes newborn and pediatrics, general adult care, office surgery, sports medicine and emergency care.

Volunteering locally and abroad has been one of Dr. Rampton’s interests. He was part of a medical team that went to Haiti immediately following the earthquake in 2011 and has been recognized internationally for his efforts to establish Family Medicine in western Ukraine. Dr. Rampton enjoys teaching medical students and residents at OHSU in Portland and at Samaritan Health Services in Corvallis.

In 1996 Dr. Mark Rampton was awarded the Oregon Family Physician of the year. He has received several other awards including the Howland Special Achievement award in 2001 and the OHSU Volunteer Faculty recognition award in 2008.

Dr. Rampton has served as a Sunday school teacher, scout leader and Bishop of his local congregation. He enjoys hiking, canoeing and canoe building, gardening, fishing, singing and playing the guitar. He is the proud husband of Alice, father of five daughters and two sons, and grandfather of nineteen grandchildren.

  • Education

    University of Oregon Health Sciences Center (OHSU)

  • Residency

    Family Practice Internship and Residency:

    Dwight D. Eisenhower Medical Center in Ft. Gordon, GA

  • Credentials

    Board Certification, American Board of Family Practice: 1980

    Society of Teachers of Family Medicine: 1981 to 1990