Victoria Murrain, DO

Assistant Dean, Graduate Medical Education
Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine - (Clinical Scholar Track)

Dr. Murrain is a graduate of the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific (now Western University) in Pomona, California.  After completing the Family Medicine residency at The University of Arizona, she took a position at the South Plains Community Health Center in the panhandle of Texas.  After 3 years of providing care to migrant and seasonal workers coupled with dodging tornadoes, she returned to the University of Arizona Family Medicine program as a faculty member.   Dr. Murrain’s special areas of interest are: Diversity, Community Medicine, Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Managed Care. She enjoys maternal-child healthcare provision and works closely with the rural health obstetrical program, in conjunction with the mobile health clinic.  She is fluent in Spanish and enjoys advocating for the provision of healthcare to the underserved.  She has helped to establish the Homeless Teen Program here in Tucson.  She is looking forward to working with our residents as they begin working with the mobile health clinic as part of the new family medicine residency program.

Research Interests: 

Maternal/child health

Degrees
  • DO: Western University of Health Sciences, 1985
Honors and Awards
  • Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education
  • Voted in "Best Doctors in America 2009, 2010, 2011" Best Doctors in Tucson
  • Augusto Ortiz, MD Clinical Achievement Award
  • University of Arizona Focus on Faculty, 2008
  • Tucson Lifestyle Magazine, Tucson Best Doctors, 2000
  • Family Medicine Program Director, 1995-1999
Residency
  • Arizona Health Sciences Center, Family Practice
Internship
  • Dallas/Fort Worth Medical Center, Grand Prarie, 1986
Fellowship
  • University of Arizona Faculty Development, 1994
  • National Institute of Program Director Development, 1996
Board Certifications
  • American Board of Family Medicine