Dr. Dustin Deloyce Shackleton, MD

Portland, OR 97216 (3 other locations)
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About Dustin Deloyce Shackleton MD

Dr. Dustin Deloyce Shackleton, MD is a health care provider primarily located in Portland, OR, with other offices in Torrance, CA and Rancho Dominguez, CA. He has 18 years of experience. His specialties include Pathology. Dr. Shackleton is affiliated with Adventist Medical Center.


Dr. Dustin Deloyce Shackleton has 4 locations

Adventist Medical Center 10123 SE Market St Portland, OR 97216
Dr. Dustin Deloyce Shackleton 3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd Portland, OR 97239
Adventist Health 19951 Mariner Ave Ste 155 Torrance, CA 90503
Affiliated Pathologists Medical Group 2374 E Pacifica Pl Rancho Dominguez, CA 90220


Dr. Dustin Deloyce Shackleton has the following specialty

Specialty Expertise

Dr. Dustin Deloyce Shackleton has the following 3 areas of expertise

  • Blood Testing
  • Fluid Testing
  • Tissue Biopsy


18 Years Experience

University Of California Davis School Of Medicine

Graduated in 2005

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More about Dr. Dustin Deloyce Shackleton

I moved to Portland for residency and fellowship training after attending medical school and college in Northern California. My wife and I are very active in community arts and sports programs with our three small children. About my practice The Pathology Department at Kaiser Permanente is well-known for high diagnostic quality and is also composed of some of the best people I can imagine working with. We staff/manage the regional laboratory and several local practice sites, providing expertise in anatomic and clinical pathology in the inpatient and outpatient settings. My own interests are in gastrointestinal and liver pathology.How I thrive Even when I can't exercise (which is often), I am diligent in my culinary choices and prefer to avoid red meat, simple carbohydrates, and eating before bed. Chasing a basketball around the court or chasing my daughters around the house also serve to work up a sweat and always puts my mind at ease.


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