Bukhosi Dube, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Bukhosi Dube, MD, is Cascadia’s Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Dube is a hospitalist and primary care physician with more than 10 years of experience in internal medicine, intensive care, health policy, and public health.
Dr. Dube was born and raised in Zimbabwe. He earned his medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine, then completed his internal medicine residency at UCLA Olive View Medical Center. He worked as a hospitalist for both Northwest Permanente and Legacy Health before joining Multnomah County as a primary care physician at a Federal Qualified Health Center. In 2020, Dr. Dube joined the Oregon Health Authority’s COVID-19 Response and Recovery Unit, where he served a crucial role in guiding the state’s pandemic response and reopening plan.
Dr. Dube has served as a community advocate during the COVID-19 pandemic, aiming to raise vaccination rates. He cohosts the radio show and podcast “Ask a Black Doctor” with local radio station The Numberz FM, where he answers questions about the COVID-19 pandemic with the goal of dispelling myths and addressing community concerns.
Dr. Dube joined Cascadia in 2021 as Chief Medical Officer. He leads Cascadia’s integrated health care services, which span mental health, addiction, and primary care.