Jess Hickerson, MD

Providing quality, compassionate care for you and your family

Jess Hickerson, MD

Personal Biography:

Dr. Hickerson has been practicing in Corvallis since 1985. Prior to joining Samaritan Health Services, he worked at The Corvallis Clinic for 18 years and was a member of the Board of Directors, serving as Board President from 1998 to 1999. He served as Chief of Surgery at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center from 2001 to 2003 and was instrumental in bringing minimally invasive robotic surgery to Good Sam. He currently serves on the robotic surgery steering committee and surgical executive committee, and is the co-chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Dr. Hickerson's medical interests include pelvic reconstructive surgery, urinary incontinence and gynecologic cancer, especially with respect to minimally invasive and robotic approaches to treating these conditions. He has published original research on endometrial cancer and the appropriate use of hysterosalpingography. He counts it a privilege to work within a caring, progressive and cutting-edge health care system.

He is currently accepting gynecology patients.

Medical Education and Training:

Bachelor's degree: Oregon State University
Medical degree: Oregon Health & Science University
Residency: University of Vermont
Board certificatiaon: Obstetrics and Gynecology



  • Obstetrics/Gynecology
    OB/GYN providers specialize in caring for women and the female reproductive system.  Their scope of service includes gynecological care, preventive care, family planning, prenatal care, childbirth and gynecological surgery.
  • Robotic-assisted surgery
    Robotic-assisted surgery is conducted through small incisions (minimally invasive surgery) using a robotic system. Robotic-assisted surgery is commonly used to perform gynecologic, general and urologic procedures and allows surgeons to have more flexibility, control and maneuverability than in traditional minimally invasive surgery. Patients can experience reduced trauma, shorter hospital stays and quicker recovery after a robotic-assisted procedure.