Randy Moore, D.O.
OHSU Radiation Oncologist
College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, Pomona, Calif.
Rocky Mountain Osteopathic Hospital
Radiation Oncology, AMI Hospitals/University of Colorado Hospitals
Q. Where did you grow up?
A. I was born and raised in southern Idaho in Twin Falls.
Q. What’s your favorite part of your job?
A. f it weren’t for the patients, this would be a difficult job. It’s a privilege to work with people during a time of transition in their lives and help them through that journey.
Q. What do you appreciate most about CCC?
A. The Cancer Center’s philosophy of individualized care is both personal and effective. The board of directors are all from here so it’s local control from people who live in the community. Everything is local.
Q. What words or phrase best describes CCC?
A. High quality, state-of-the-art, whole-body treatment.
Q. What are some of your favorite “Oregon” things to do?
A. Fishing, camping, hiking trails and Wildlife Safari.
Q. What’s your favorite song of all time and why?
A. Joe Walsh’s ‘Life’s Been Good,’ because life has been pretty good.
Q. What’s a fun fact about you that others might be surprised by?
A. I served in the Army Reserve across four states over a 20-year career.