Greg Ogrinc, MD
Professor of Medicine
Professor of The Dartmouth Institute
Professor of Community and Family Medicine
The Dartmouth Institute
Community and Family Medicine
Case Western Reserve Univ. School of Medicine, MD 1997
Dartmouth Medical School
Hanover NH 03755
Office: VA Hospital White River Jct. VT
Greg Ogrinc is a general internist at the White River Junction VA Hospital in White River Junction, VT. He is the Associate Chief of Staff for Education and has served as the Senior Scholar for the White River Junction VA Quality Scholars Fellowship. At Geisel, he is the Director of the Office of Health Systems and Clinical Improvement (OHSCI), and an Associate Professor of Community and Family, of Medicine and of The Dartmouth Institute. Dr. Ogrinc graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in 1997 and completed his residency in internal medicine at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland. He also completed the VA National Quality Scholars Program at the White River Junction VA and his Masters of Science in Clinical Evaluative Sciences from Geisel in 2002. Dr. Ogrinc is the Director of the Quality Literature Program at Dartmouth which developed the Standards for Quality Improvement Reporting Excellence (SQUIRE) guidelines, a standard structure for sharing improvement work through published literature.
Greg is interested in the intersection between clinical care delivery and educational systems, particularly as it pertains to interprofessional health professions education. He is interested in discussing and mentoring about course design, evaluation, how to create and pilot test novel educational opportunities, and publishing and presenting educational work.
Singh MK, Ogrinc G, Cox KR, Headrick LA, Dolansky M, Brandt J, Morrison LJ, Harwood B, Petroski G, West A. The Quality Improvement Knowledge Application Tool Revised (QIKAT-R). Academic Medicine.
Ogrinc G, Ercolano E, Cohen ES, Harwood B, Baum K, van Aalst R, Jones AC, Davies L. Educational System Factors that Engage Resident Physicians in an Integrated Quality Improvement Curriculum: A Realist Evaluation. Academic Medicine.