Mary Manfredi, MD

Mary Manfredi, MD

Specializing In

  • Internal Medicine

“Dr. Manfredi enjoys all aspects of internal medicine, but is particularly interested in preventive care, women’s health, complex medical patients, and post-hospital care.”

Dr. Mary Manfredi grew up in Helena, Montana. She attended college at Pomona College in Claremont, California, where she earned a degree in Microbiology. After graduating summa cum laude from Oregon Health Sciences University, Dr. Manfredi completed her Internal Medicine training at Stanford University Hospital. Dr. Manfredi then practiced as a primary care physician for nearly six years at the Menlo Medical Clinic before moving to Bend in 2006 with her husband to better satisfy their active lifestyle and love of the outdoors. Before joining High Lakes Health Care, Dr. Manfredi worked as a hospitalist at St. Charles Medical Center in Bend for over three years, which has allowed her to become familiar with the Central Oregon medical community. Dr. Manfredi has really enjoyed returning to primary care at High Lakes Health Care.

Dr. Manfredi enjoys all aspects of internal medicine, but is particularly interested in preventive care, women’s health, complex medical patients, and post-hospital care.

Dr. Manfredi and her husband have two small children, and enjoy running, cycling, downhill snowboarding/skiing, and cross country skiing.

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