|Albert Brady, MD|
Associate Professor of Internal Medicine
Dr. Brady attended medical school at the University of Los Angeles (UCLA) before entering Internal Medicine Residency at Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU). He served two years as a Commander in the Navy at the National Institute of Health. Following his fellowship in Oncology at University of Minnesota, he partnered in private practice in Portland, Oregon for 12 years.
Dr. Brady worked to establish multidisciplinary Oncology Programs. The programs sought to better serve cancer patients by bringing together all physicians involved in the patient’s care to develop a single, cohesive, coordinated plan of care for the patient. This pursuit led him to hospital systems in Denver, Fort Worth, and suburban Detroit. Following the high school graduation of his youngest daughter (of four), he and his wife returned to the Pacific Northwest to be near family. He headed a private practice in hematology/oncology in Yakima from 2005-2015, while continuing his passion for teaching by counselling medical, nursing, and physician assistant students throughout his career.
Professional societies include: American Society of Clinical Oncology, American Society of Hematology, American College of Physicians, American Medical Association and Washington State Medical Society. He is a Fellow in the American College of Physicians.