Daniel W. Dick, MD

Physician, Adult Psychiatry

Hillsboro Clinic

Dr. Daniel Dick, a double board certified physician in both general and forensic psychiatry, earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Studies from Ohio's Oberlin College in 1992.  

His decision to study medicine took him to Virginia Commonwealth University however, where he earned a perfect grade point average in his Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Physics Pre-Med coursework in 1996.

Dr. Dick went on to attend the University of South Carolina's School of Medicine, becoming a member of the school's Saunders Humanism Honor Society, as well as the proud recipient of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation's 2005 Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Aware.  

Upon receipt of his Medical Degree, Dr. Dick extended his time at the University in order to complete an Internship with the Department of Neuropsychiatry.  His passion for the study of psychiatry then took Dr. Dick to Portland, Oregon, where he accepted a position in the Psychiatry Residency program at Oregon Health and Science University.  

While working to complete the program, Dr. Dick sought our extra education in psychotherapy at the Oregon Psychoanalytic Institute and served on the department's Retreat Planning Committee, as well as Resident Representative on the OPA Executive Council.  

Dr. Dick completed a Fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry upon completion of his residency program at OHSU, during which he was introduced to the Forensic Evaluation Services department at the Oregon State Hospital.  

Upon completion of his fellowship program in June of 2010, Dr. Dick continued to work at the state hospital as a Forensic Evaluator, Unit Physician, and Chair of the Hospital Ethics Committee from 2011 until his departure in 2015.  He also continued his connection to OHSU as Assistant Professor to the Department of Public Psychiatry and Forensic Psychiatry, where he served as Resident Supervisor, Forensic Lecturer, Mock Board Examiner and Resident Retreat Faculty Representative.  

In addition to being an active member of the American Psychiatric Association since 2003, the Oregon Medical Association since 2007, and the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law since 2008, Dr. Dick has played an extremely active role in the Oregon Psychiatric Physicians Association since as early as 2007.  When not at the office, Dr. Dick can be found bicycling, strumming his guitar and spending time outdoors with his family and friends. 



  • Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

  • Graduate, Adult Psychiatry Residency, Oregon Health and Science University

  • Graduate, Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship, Oregon Health and Science University

  • Affiliate Professor of Psychiatry, Oregon Health and Science University 



  • Providence St. Vincent Hospital - Active Staff

  • American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law

  • American Psychiatric Association

  • Oregon Medical Board

  • Oregon Psychiatric Physicians Association