Dr. Emma Davidson Peiris is an Internist and Hospitalist at Mid-Columbia
Medical Center. She is a board certified in Internal Medicine, and ACLS
and BLS certified.
Dr. Peiris completed her undergraduate training magna cum laude at the
University of North Carolina Asheville. She received her MD degree from
the East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine
in Johnson City, Tennessee, where she was elected into the Alpha Omega
Alpha Honor Society.
During her medical training at Quillen College of Medicine, she also volunteered
as a nutrition and exercise educator at Indian Trail Middle School in
Johnson City, Tennessee, a sexual health educator at Liberty Bell Middle
School in Johnson City, Tennessee, and a medical care provider for underserved
and impoverished communities in Bristol, Tennessee through Remote Area Medical.
Dr. Peiris took her residency at Oregon Health and Science University in
Portland, Oregon and has published and presented research on a number
of internal medicine topics.
Her general practice focus is on internal medicine. She believes that building
relationships with her patients and their families allows her to provide
outstanding medical care. She enjoys guiding patients through the medical
system and making sure they understand her recommendations and recommendations
made by their other doctors.
A passion for rural healthcare and love for the outdoors brought Dr. Peiris
to MCMC. During her free time she enjoys spending time with her family
by baking, camping, hiking, and watching movies.
Dr. Peiris is a member of the American College of Physicians and the Society
of General Internal Medicine.
Doctor of Medicine, Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University
Post Baccalaureate Studies, University of North Carolina
Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, University of North Carolina
Oregon Health & Science University
ACLS, active 2018
BLS, active 2018
Oregon, Active Limited Medical License 2014-current
Internal Medicine Board Certified August 2017