Patrick Goggin, MD, FACP, lives and works in his hometown, Cambridge, Ohio. He attended the University of Notre Dame for undergraduate studies, where his major was Anthropology. He earned his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati and completed his residency training at UC Medical Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Dr. Goggin has over twenty years’ experience in internal medicine, with special interest in population health and management of medically complex older adults. He is the President of Medical Associates of Cambridge, an independent primary care practice that was founded by his grandfather and expanded by his father before him. He currently serves as the Vice President for Physicians Group of Southeastern Ohio and the Medical Director for PGSEO Senior Health Connect, driving engagement and collaboration for 30 independent primary care practices who manage 15,000 Medicare lives.
Prior to his current roles, Dr. Goggin served as Chief Resident in Internal Medicine at University Hospital, Chief of Staff for Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center, and Medical Director for an ACO, Ohio Integrated Care Physicians. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. In addition to his primary practice and leadership roles, he is also the volunteer Medical Director for Open Arms Pregnancy Center, a pro-life pregnancy resource center serving women and families with unintended pregnancies in three counties in southeastern Ohio.
Dr. Goggin and his family are members of Christ our Light Parish, St. Benedict Church. He enjoys traveling and spending time with his wife, Karen, and their four children, Joseph, Jack, Kelly, and James, on their family farm.