Benjamin H. LeBlanc, MD
Internal Medicine, Providence Health & Services
Dr. LeBlanc is the Chief Medical Officer for Providence Medical Group in the Oregon Region of Providence Health & Services, a five-state health delivery system. In this role, Dr. LeBlanc oversees 300 physicians and 150 advanced practice providers in 60 primary care clinics throughout Oregon.
Dr. LeBlanc received his undergraduate degree from Duke University, where he graduated magna cum laude with dual degrees in biomedical and electrical engineering. He earned his medical degree from Yale University and completed his internship in internal medicine at Stanford. Dr. LeBlanc has spent his career in professional practice as a general internist and in leadership roles at Providence. While a faculty physician at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, he earned his master’s degree in biomedical informatics from Oregon Health & Science University, where he held an appointment as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. During his tenure at Providence, Dr. LeBlanc has served as medical director for quality and research, area medical director, director of clinical informatics, and chief medical officer for ambulatory quality and population health.