Norman Willis, MD

Radiation Oncologist

Dr. Norman Willis is a board-certified Radiation Oncologist.

Norman R. Willis, MD is a long time resident of the Pacific Northwest. He received his bachelor’s degree and his MD degree from UCLA. Dr. Willis completed a combined surgical internship/first year residency at UCLA, followed by residency in Radiation Oncology, in which he is board certified.

After moving to Portland, OR, Dr. Willis started a solo practice that eventually expanded to several locations and 11 radiation oncologists. He initiated the first programs in Oregon for prostate brachytherapy, stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), fractionated SRS, and stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT). He was the Medical Director of Radiation Oncology for Legacy Health Services for 30 years and had served as the Interim Medical Director for Legacy Cancer Services.

Dr. Willis has participated in, and served on, research committees for the Southwest Oncology Group and the National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project (NSABP). Currently, he serves on the Payor Relations Subcommittee and the State Captain Initiative Committee for the national organization, the American Society of Radiation Oncologists.

Dr. Willis places a priority on developing a personal relationship with his patients to better guide them through their treatment decisions, the treatments themselves, and their follow-up care.


Residency & Internship

University of California Los Angeles – Los Angeles, CA

Medical School

University of California Los Angeles – Los Angeles, CA

Board Certification

Radiation Oncology


American Board of Radiology