Greg Ogrinc, MD, MS

Associate Professor of Community & Family Medicine, of Medicine and of The Dartmouth Institute
Senior Scholar, White River Junction VA Quality Scholars Program
Director, Office of Research and Innovation in Medical Education, DMS

Greg Ogrinc, MD, MS



(603) 653-3225


  • MS, Dartmouth Medical School
  • MS, Clinical Evaluative Sciences with a concentration in Improvement Sciences
  • MD, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine,
  • BS, John Carroll University,

Curriculum Vitae

Greg Ogrinc CV


The Dartmouth Institute
White River Junction VA

Areas of Expertise

Medical student education
Resident physician education
Quality improvement in health care and medical education
Interprofessional healthcare delivery and education


5/09 Alpha Omega Alpha Medicine Honor Society, Dartmouth Medical School Chapter
5/08 Dartmouth Medical School Thomas B. Almy Chapter of the Arnold P. Gold Humanism in Medicine Honor Society
11/04 White River Junction VA Special Contribution Award for achievements in clinical activities at the White River Junction VA
7/04 White River Junction VA Special Service Award for achievements in clinical, administrative, and educational activities at the White River Junction VA
10/03 Department of Veterans Affairs, Undersecretary for Health Certificate of Appreciation for exceptional contributions to the national Risk Management Task Force
7/03 White River Junction VA Special Service Award for contribution to national collaborative for improving compensation and pension examinations for veterans
6/03 Nominated for Dartmouth Medical School Distinguished Small Group Leader Award
7/94 – 6/95 CWRU MetroHealth Medical Center Student Pathology Fellowship
4/94 Best Resident/Medical Student Presentation – 12th Annual Research Day, Ohio Academy of Family Physicians
6/93 – 9/93 CWRU Department of Family Medicine Summer Research Fellowship
8/92 – 5/93 Frank J. Lauche Graduate School Scholarship
5/92 Magna cum Laude and Dean’s list, John Carroll University
5/91 – 8/91 American Cancer Society Silber Grant Award for Summer Research
5/90 – 8/90 CWRU Department of Pathology Summer Research Fellowship

Published Research

Building experiential learning about quality improvement into a medical school curriculum: the Dartmouth experience.
Health Aff (Millwood), Apr. 2011;30(4): 716-22
Realist evaluation as a framework for the assessment of teaching about the improvement of care
Journal of Nursing Education, December 2009;48: 661-7 The Department of Veterans Affairs National Quality Scholars Fellowship Program: experience from 10 years of training quality scholars
Academic Medicine, December 2009;84: 1741-8 Knowing is not enough. Executives and educators must act to address challenges and reshape healthcare.
Healthcare Executive, March/April 2009;24: 68-70