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Jennifer LeTourneau, DO, MCR

Clinical Faculty
Department of Medical Education and Clinical Sciences


  • University of Puget Sound, Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
  • Western University of Health Sciences, Doctor of Osteopathy
  • Oregon Health & Science University, Master of Clinical Research

Past Academic Positions

  • Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, OHSU School of Medicine


Bihorac A, Chawla L, Shaw A, Al-Khafaji A, Davison D, DeMuth G, Fitzgerald R, Gong M, Graham D, Gunnerson K, Heung M, Jortani S, Kleerup E, Koyner J, Krell K, LeTourneau J, Lissauer M, Miner J, Nguyen HB, Ortega L, Self W, Sellman R, Shi J, Kellum J, Straseski J, Szalados J, Wilber S, Walker M, Wilson J, Wunderink R, Zimmerman J. Validation of Cell-Cycle Arrest Biomarkers for Acute Kidney Injury Using Clinical Adjudication. AJRCCM 2014;189(8):932-9

Slatore CG, Cecere LM, LeTourneau JL, O’Neil ME, Duckart JP, Wiener RS, Cooke CR. Intensive Care Unit Outcomes among Patients with Lung Cancer in the SEER-Medicare Registry. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2012; 30 (14):1686-1691

LeTourneau JL, Pinney J, Phillips CR. Extravascular lung water predicts progression to acute lung injury in patients with increased risk. Crit Care Med 2012;40(3):847-854

Vernon C & LeTourneau JL. Lactic Acidosis: Recognition, Kinetics, and Associated Prognosis. Critical Care Clinics 2010;26:255-283

LeTourneau JL, Hagg DS, Smith, SM: Baclofen and gamma-hydroxybutyrate withdrawal. Neurocritical Care 2008; 8 (3): 430-433


  • Presidential Citation: For Outstanding Contributions to the Society of Critical Care Medicine, December 2012

Additional Information

Dr. Jennifer LeTourneau is a Northwest native who spent three years delivering primary care on Whidbey Island, Wash. after her internal medicine residency. She returned to OHSU for critical care fellowship and served as faculty at OHSU and VA Portland for eight years. At VA Portland, Dr. LeTourneau served as the Associate Chief of Staff for Medical Education, the VISN 20 (NW Region) Academic Affiliations Officer, and as Graduate Medical Education Officer for VA Central Office.

At Legacy Health, Dr. LeTourneau is responsible for oversight of Continuing Medical Education, Graduate Medical Education, and Undergraduate Medical Education. Her academic interests include antibiotic stewardship, sepsis diagnosis and management, teaching diagnostic reasoning, and outcomes of delirium in critically ill patients. In her spare time, Dr. LeTourneau enjoys hiking, teaching her children patience through trout fishing, and satire in its many forms.

Jennifer LeTourneau, DO, MCR
Clinical Faculty