Brian Liddy

Practice Location

  • McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center

Education and Training

  • University of Vermont College of Medicine

Residency

  • University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics

Board Certified


Languages Spoken

  • English

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J. Brian Liddy, M.D.

Dr. Liddy completed his undergraduate studies at the University of California–Santa Barbara before heading to the University of Vermont College of Medicine in Burlington, Vermont, where he received is doctor of medicine. Dr. Liddy completed his internship and residency in emergency medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine—Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts. He then joined the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics in Madison, Wisconsin, where he completed his residency in anesthesiology. While there, he was also a clinical assistant professor in emergency medicine and a med-flight critical care transport physician. After that, Dr. Liddy was a staff anesthesiologist at York Hospital in York, Maine, where he created the York Hospital Acute Pain and Regional Anesthesia service. During this time Dr. Liddy also received an ASA Certificate in business administration. He then headed to Three Rivers Anesthesia in Eugene, Oregon, where he practiced for a short time before joining OAG at McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center. After leaving OAG, Dr. Liddy was a principal consultant for PAX Anesthesia, providing anesthesia and pain management service to ASCs. He then practiced as a pain management physician at NeuroSpine. During this time, Dr. Liddy also completed a fellowship in interventional pain medicine. Dr. Liddy is fluent in Spanish, and nearly fluent in Portuguese and Italian.

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