Tyler Raymond, DO, MPH, FAAFP

Tyler Raymond, DO, MPH, FAAFP

Name: Tyler Raymond, DO, MPH, FAAFP

USU Department of Primary Appointment: 
Family Medicine
Core Faculty
Faculty Rank: 
Clinical Assistant Professor
Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA

Research Interests:
Student and resident education
Pain management and medication-assisted treatment

Office Phone: 
(253) 968-5017


Faculty Development Fellowship 2020-2021, University of Washington School of Medicine; Seattle, WA
Family Medicine Residency 2011-2014, Womack Army Medical Center; Fort Bragg, NC
Doctor of Osteopathy (sigma sigma phi) May 2011, University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine; Biddeford, ME
Master of Public Health (online) May 2011, University of New England College of Health Professions; Biddeford, ME
Bachelor of Science in Medical Biology (magna cum laude) May 2006, University of New England College of Arts and Sciences; Biddeford, ME


Dr. Raymond grew up in New Hampshire and graduated from the University of New England, College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2011. He then completed residency at Womack Army Medical Center. From 2014 to 2016 he served as a flight surgeon for the 16th Combat Aviation Brigade and Medical Director for the U.S. Army Air Ambulance Detachment at Yakima Training Center. He joined Madigan’s faculty in September 2016. He deployed for 9 months with the 86th Combat Support Hospital where he oversaw aeromedical evacuations. As core faculty, Dr. Raymond serves as research and scholarly activity director and medical student clerkship coordinator. He has also served as pain champion and has a waiver to prescribe medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder. Dr. Raymond loves Boston sports. He serves on the administrative board for the Gig Harbor United Methodist Church. In his free time he enjoys running, hiking, camping, skiing, and adventures on his paddle board.

Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments

  • Core Faculty at Madigan Army Medical Center: September 2016 to Present (research coordinator and student clerkship coordinator)
  • MAJ, US Army Reserves; Tripler Army Medical Center: June 2019 to Present
  • Family medicine faculty of the year, Madigan Army Medical Center: June 2020
  • Deployed with the 86th Combat Support Hospital in support of Operation Inherent Resolve: April 2017 to January 2018
  • Flight Surgeon with 2-158th AHB, 16th CAB; JBLM, WA: August 2014 to September 2016
  • Chief Resident and Graduating Resident of the Year: Womack Family Medicine Residency June 2014


  • Maurer DM, Raymond TJ, Davis BN. Depression: screening and diagnosis. American Family Physician. 2018, 98(8):508-515. PMID: 30277728
  • Busey CB, Newsome CJ, Raymond TJ, O'Mara MH. Implementation of a resident-led osteopathic manipulative treatment clinic in an allopathic residency. J Am Osteopath Assoc. 2015, 115(12):732-737. PMID: 26618819
  • Ingram BJ and Raymond TJ. Recognition and treatment of freezing and non-freezing cold injuries. Current Sports Medicine Reports. 2013, 12(2):125-130. PMID: 23478565.
  • John J. Lowery, Tyler J. Raymond, Denise Giuvelis, Jean M. Bidlack, Robin Polt, and Edward J. Bilsky. In vivo characterization of MMP2200, a mixed delta/mu opioid agonist, in mice. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 2011, 336(3):767-778. PMID: 21118955.
  • Janet Yancey-Wrona, Tyler J. Raymond, Hannah K. Mercer, Wolfgang Sadee and Edward J. Bilsky. 6-beta-naltrexol preferentially antagonizes opioid effects on gastrointestinal transit compared to antinociception in mice. Life Sciences. 2009, 85(11-12):413-20. PMID: 19583969.
  • Kejun Cheng, In Jong Kim, Mei-Jing Lee, Steven A. Adah, Tyler J. Raymond, Edward Bilsky, Christina M. Dersch, Richard B. Rothman, Arthur E. Jacobson and Kenner C. Rice Opioid ligands with mixed properties from substituted enantiomeric N-phenethyl-5-phenylmorphans. Synthesis of a micro-agonist delta-antagonist and delta-inverse agonists. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry. 2007, 5(8):1177-90. PMID: 17406716.
  • Tyler Raymond and Nicholas Destefano. “Doc, I have a High Pain Threshold” Exploring the Evidence and Effectiveness of Non-opioid Medications for Chronic Pain. Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO. March 2019.
  • Kaitlynn Christiansen, Tyler Raymond, and Scott Grogan. Clinic Happiness, Efficiency, and Continuity Survey (CHECS). Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO. March 2019.
  • Wallace, Gregory et al. Honoring a patient’s choice: a practice improvement project on advance directives. STFM Conference on Practice Improvement, Tampa Bay, FL, December 2014.
  • Blake Busey, Tyler Raymond, Jelaun Newsome, Heather O’Mara. Patient perceptions of implementing a resident-initiated osteopathic treatment clinic. The World Health Organization of National Colleges, Academies and Academic Associations of General Practitioners and Family Physicians, Lisbon, Portugal, July 2014.