Specialties: Abdominal Surgery, Colorectal Surgery, Laparoscopic Surgery, Upper and Lower Endoscopy, Trauma Surgery, Breast Surgery
Medical school: Creighton University—Omaha, Nebraska 1965 – 1969
Internship: The New York Hospital, Cornell Medical Center—New York, New York 1969 – 1971
Surgical Residency: Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska 1971 – 1974
Military Service: 1974 – 1978
Board-certified: American Board of Surgery 1977, 1984, 1994, 2004
Memberships: Fellow of The American College of Surgeons (F.A.C.S.) 1977 – 2012,
North Pacific Surgical Association, Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (S.A.G.E.S), Clatsop County Medical Society (Treasurer)
Appointments: Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery, OHSU 1998 – 2012; Director of Trauma, Columbia Memorial Hospital 2001 – Present; Chief Medical Information Officer, Columbia Memorial Hospital 2008 – Present
Hospital Affiliation: Columbia Memorial Hospital, Providence Seaside Hospital
Publications: Listing of Dr. Wayne’s publications
Special practice interests: Colonoscopy, Surgery of Intestines and Gallbladder
Associate Physicians: Lee Swanstrom, MD, Richard Crass, MD, Edourd Duret, MD
Leisure: Computers and horseback riding
Personal: Married to Jean for 40 years. We have 3 horses, and 1 1/2 cats.
Most Interesting Case: Shark bite 1979
Philosophy: Do No Harm
Best Adventure: 1) Ireland Bed and Breakfast on horseback for 7 days. 2) Nepal – monitoring bears from elephant backs.
ROBERT WAYINE MD FACS – BRIEF BIO
A resident of the North Oregon Coast for 32 years, Dr. Wayne has developed a wide range of expertise in most surgical disciplines with extra emphasis on intestinal surgery, breast surgery and trauma. He was certified by the American Board of Surgery in 1977 and re-certified in 1984, 1994, and 2004. He has a particular interest in endoscopy (both lower and upper) and laparoscopic gallbladder surgery.
Dr. Wayne completed medical school at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska and his internship at Cornell Medical Center in New York. After a surgical residency at Creighton, he moved to Seattle to pursue active duty with the U.S. Public Health Service. It was there that Dr. Wayne and his wife Jean discovered the Oregon Coast. They moved to Cannon Beach in 1978.