Full Name
Adam Soloman MD, MMM, FACP
Job Title
Chief Medical Officer
MemorialCare Medical Foundation
Speaker Bio
Adam Solomon, MD, MMM, FACP is the Chief Medical Officer of the MemorialCare Medical Foundation, providing clinical oversight for both the MemorialCare Medical Group and Greater Newport Physicians Independent Practice Association (IPA). After receiving his Medical Degree from the University of Maryland, Dr. Solomon went on to complete his residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Subsequently, he joined The Doctors’ Clinic, a well-respected Oregon medical group with roots dating back to 1903. During his 14 years of clinical practice, Dr. Solomon served as Managing Partner of the group for 10 years, directing their growth in size along with their reputation for quality. He also became intimately involved with Mid-Valley IPA (now the WVP Health Authority) where he served as a board member and held several offices, including president.

Beyond providing direct clinical services to patients, Dr. Solomon became more involved in the greater community by serving as President of the Physician’s Choice Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to facilitating communication and cooperation between medical providers and community resources to improve the health of the population. Simultaneously, he served on DOC PAC, a Political Action Committee that worked to improve legislators’ understanding of how Oregon Laws impacted the health of its citizens.

Dr. Solomon furthered his education in the business of medicine at the University of Southern California where he earned his Master in Medical Management degree. He was asked to come back to the Marshall School of Business in 2014 as an Adjunct Professor to assist in the training of the incoming group of new physician leaders. He remains Board Certified in Internal Medicine and has been honored with a Fellowship by the American College of Physicians.

A proud father of two, Dr. Solomon has been married to his wife, Annette, for 25 years. Their daughter, Christine, is finishing nursing school at Cal State Chico with plans to be a Certified Nurse Anesthetist, while their son, Kesten, is studying pharmaceutical chemistry at UC-Davis.
Adam Soloman