MSMP Senior Physicians Group


Medical Society of Metropolitan Portland (MSMP) recently announced their plans for closure. You can read the official announcement at www.MSMP.org.

We recognize there are vital programs currently being utilized by our members and medical professionals throughout the state of Oregon.

The Senior Physician Group was formed as part of MSMP’s emphasis on encouraging doctors’ well-being and to allow senior physicians the opportunity for fellowship, conversation and information sharing. Dr. Mary McCarthy is collaborating with the Oregon Medical Association to continue the group and notice of future meetings will be sent out before the end of the year.

MSMP's Senior Physician Group will not be meeting in November or December 2020.


We looking forward to seeing you in 2021.


Senior Physician Resources

Care Management
Grays Anatomy for Later Years: Future Planning as Care Needs Increase (PowerPoint presentation)

Eldercare 101: A Practical Guide to Later Life Planning, Care, and Wellbeing A guide covering all aspects of aging and end-of-life care for caregivers, including legal, financial, living environment, social, medical, and spiritual pillars.

  • Access ElderCare 101: Getting Organized Forms the supplement to the book, ElderCare 101 here.

Retirement Connection
Booklet of all independent, assisted, memory care, rehab options including several other resources.

Ture Link Debit Card
Financial services for older adults, people with disabilities, and people in recovery.

Aging Advisors
Aging life care management for older and disabled adults.

Right Fit Senior Living Solutions
A professional and
trusted advisor to help navigate you through the many challenges and choices of finding a senior living community or other resources. 

Oregon Senior Referral Agency Association
Senior referral and placement agents provide you with qualified senior housing referrals in your area.

National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA)
Attorneys who are experienced and trained in working with the legal problems of older Americans and individuals of all ages with disabilities.

OHSU Library

OHSU library does not offer “UpToDate” for physicians who are fully retired, and instead recommends PubMed Central which is a large database of free materials available to fully retired physicians.

PubMed Central allows full access to journal articles for PubMed references and can be found using the following link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/.


Phone: (503) 222-9977

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