Gregory Knopf, M.D. is an associate clinical professor in Family Medicine at Oregon Health Sciences University and the founder and medical director of Gresham-Troutdale Family Medical Center where he cares for over 100 people each week. He is considered an expert in the understanding and use of anti-depressant medications. He regularly speaks to pastors and ministry leaders as well as to varied lay audiences, including medical professionals, Christian organizations, churches, Bible Colleges and Seminaries.
As a family practice physician for over 30 years, he educates and helps people understand the dynamics of depression, as well as treating whatever illness a person may be facing, offering hope and treatment options through a multi-disciplinary approach.
Dr. Knopf has served in church leadership positions, as an elder and co led a church plant. He lives on a 26 acre working farm with his wife, Bonnie, and has three adult children.