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OHSU Family Medicine at Gabriel Park (SW Portland)

Gabriel Park

Gabriel Park is located in a community setting, single family and multi‑family dwellings, across from Gabriel Park - a pleasant retreat in a community setting. We are near the neighborhoods of Hillsdale and Multnomah Village, and close to Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy.

Time from OHSU: We are only 4.25 miles, a 10-minute drive from the campus of OHSU.

Physical Plant:

  • 31 large exam rooms
  • 2 procedure rooms
  • 1 casting room
  • Moderate onsite laboratory and x‑ray, bone densitometry and stress EKG, colposcopy
  • Onsite pharmacy
  • Conference room
  • Large resident office with 9 computers, phones and cabinets
  • Large staff lounge and lunch room
  • 2 large individual restrooms containing a shower and lockers
  • Faculty and administrative offices
  • 2 preceptor rooms with 5 computers

Patient Demographics:

  • 39,000 patients/year - 200/day;open six days a week and four evenings.
  • We serve a broad range from lower to upper income and a mixture of private pay, Medicare and Medicaid populations.
  • The ethnic diversity of our patient mix includes Russian, Middle Eastern, Jewish, Chinese, Somali, and a growing Spanish patient base.

Clinical Resources: 

  • Our clinic performs many procedures such as acupuncture, vasectomies, LEEP, colposcopy, circumcision, mole and cyst removal
  • Specialty clinics that are held onsite include Sports Medicine

Faculty Mix:

  • 16 MD and 2 DO faculty (Medical Director is also Associate Residency Director)
  • 12 residents
  • 2 sports medicine fellow
  • 1 Nurse Practitioners and 1 Physician Assistant
  • 1 LCSW - behavioral health
  • Many of our faculty members serve on national committees and offer expertise in such specialties as sports medicine, pediatrics, diabetes management, preventive medicine, gynecology, and obstetrical care.

Aspects to Consider:

  • Excellent neighborhood restaurants in both Multnomah Village and Hillsdale are within 5 minutes: Grand Central Bakery, Marcos Cafe, Hillsdale Pub, and many restaurants.
  • Local community newspapers: SW Connection, Village Post and Jewish Review
  • Street parking.
  • Gabriel Park is a complete park with hiking and walking trails and a dog off leash area.
  • Large Portland Public Parks fitness center across the street –with two full sized pools, weight room, aerobics classes, and cardio equipment
  • Located near several top-rated private and public schools: West Hills Montessori, St. John's Fisher School, Oregon Episcopal School, Jesuit High School, Wilson High School
  • Mix of non-English speaking patients
  • Located near a large Jewish Community Center
  • Working with South West Community Health Center to develop and support a new safety-net clinic for the poor and vulnerable populations in the southwest community around our practice. This center opened May of 2005. Volunteer faculty and residents from all clinics as part of rotation responsibilities staff this new and much needed service.

Clinic Activities:

  • Frequent Potluck lunches to socialize with staff
  • Local Southwest Community Health Center free clinic involvement

Kaiser Permanente Beaverton

Kaiser Permanente Family Medicine at Beaverton
4855 SW Western Avenue
Beaverton, OR 97005

Kaiser Permanente's Beaverton office is located in a suburban setting, among a diverse business district as well as single-family and multi-family dwellings, within two blocks of two parks. We are on Beaverton Hillsdale Highway, near 217.

Time from OHSU: 8 miles;a 15-minute drive from the campus of OHSU

Physical Plant:

  • 44 exam rooms
  • Two procedure rooms
  • On-site laboratory and x-ray, EKG, ultrasound, colposcopy
  • On-site pharmacy
  • Three Conference room
  • Large staff lunch room
  • Resident lounge & library
  • Shower and lockers
  • Administrative offices
  • One preceptor room with three computers

Patient Demographics

  • 66,000 appointed primary care patients/year –257 per day. Appointed care five days per week, and urgent care is open seven days per week.
  • We serve a broad range from lower to upper income and a mixture of private pay, Medicare and Medicaid populations.
  • The ethnic diversity of our patient mix includes Eastern European, Middle Eastern, Asian, African and Latino.

Clinical Resources: 

  • In-clinic procedures include circumcision, skin lesion removal joint injections, implantable contraceptive and IUD insertion and removal
  • Full-spectrum preventive care
  • Geriatrics
  • Pediatrics
  • Nurse Treatment Center
  • Mental Health
  • Physical and Occupational therapy
  • Optometry

Aspects to Consider:

  • Excellent neighborhood restaurants, including Decarli, Hall Street Bar &Grill, Mingo West, Mio Sushi
  • Local community newspapers: Valley Times
  • Easy, free parking
  • Nearby parks include McMillian and AM Kennedy
  • Close to Jesuit High School and Oregon Episcopal School
  • Languages spoken in the community include English, Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Mandarin and Japanese
  • Connections to other health centers: Virginia Garcia
 

OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond (SE Portland)

Family Medicine at Richmond
OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond
3930 SE Division St. 
Portland, OR

Across the Willamette River from "The Hill" or main OHSU campus. It sits in southeast Portland, surrounded by an economically diverse neighborhood, lively business districts, and the expansive wooded parks of nearby Mt. Tabor.

Time from OHSU: 15 minutes by car across the Ross Island Bridge from OHSU to Richmond. Some residents bike to Richmond or live in nearby neighborhoods.

Physical Plant:

  • Richmond was built from the ground up in the summer of 1995, and was designed as a community family medicine residency training center. Features include:
  • More than 16,000 square feet
  • 28 exam rooms –expanding to 30 exam rooms and five talking rooms by July 20156
  • 1 procedure room
  • 2 phlebotomy rooms
  • Onsite radiology
  • Onsite pharmacy (340B pricing)
  • Shared faculty and administrative offices
  • Large staff lounge with lunch room and showers
  • Conference room
  • 3 dictating/work areas with OHSU networked computers
  • 1 resident/precepting office with networked computers
  • Resident work area and lounge

Patient Demographics

Richmond patients reflect the economic diversity of the surrounding neighborhoods. Richmond became a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Look Alike in August 2004, and by June 2012 became a full grant-funded Community Health Center/FQHC (allowing it to care for a larger number of uninsured, Medicaid and Medicare patients from its service area which comprises a population of 75,000. The population is especially culturally diverse, from southeast Portland's Russian, Latino, Chinese and Southeast Asian immigrant populations. As is true of all OHSU family medicine practices, our patients range from the newborn to the elderly.

Clinical Resources

Richmond has tools that a community family physician would require in his or her practice, including sigmoidoscope, colposcope, tympanometer and very functional procedure rooms. Patient blood samples are sent by courier to the OHSU lab results are returned through OHSU's clinical computer network. Digital x-ray is on-site. Level three Patient Centered Primary Care Medical home which includes integrated behavioral health team.

Specialty clinics include ENT, cardiology, Pain Clinic, Orthopedics, Psychiatry, Podiatry, Sports Medicine, Integrated Movement Therapy and Acupuncture.

Faculty Mix

  • 14 MD faculty (Medical Director is also Associate Residency Director)
  • 9 mid-level providers (FNP, PA, PsyNP)
  • 3 LCSW/PsyD Behavioral Health Team
  • Community physicians who assist with precepting

Aspects to Consider

  • As a Federally Qualified Health Center, Richmond provides access to many underserved patients
  • Distance from the main campus keeps us rooted in our community, but at the expense of travel time
  • Clinic activities
  • Frequent Potluck lunches to socialize with staff
  • Local Southwest Community Health Center free clinic involvement

OHSU Family Medicine at Scappoose

OHSU Family Medicine at Scappoose
OHSU Family Medicine at Scappoose
51377 Old Portland Road
Scappoose, OR 97056

OHSU Family Medicine at Scappoose is located about 25 miles northwest of Portland, in the medically underserved area of Columbia County, population 48,000. We provide routine, acute and preventive care for infants and children, adolescents, adults and the elderly. We offer women a full range of health care services, including annual exams, maternity and pregnancy care. We develop relationships with our patients that allow us to respond to their changing needs in every phase of their lives. We make a special effort to understand our patients' health histories, their family responsibilities and the things that are important in their lives. We respect their beliefs, values and cultural needs. We care for people —while we treat their illnesses or medical conditions.

Physical Plant:

  • Opened in January 1998
  • Comprehensive electronic health record
  • 18 exam rooms including a procedure room, a therapy/counseling room and a phlebotomy room
  • Radiology in the building 

Patient Demographics:

  • 30,000 patients per year, averaging about 2,421 patient visits per month. 
  • Medicaid/Medicare: 55% 
  • Private insurance: 40% 
  • Private pay/other: 5% 
  • Pediatrics (newborn through 18): 20% 
  • Adult ages 19-64: 61% 
  • Adult ages 65 and older: 19% 
  • Ethnic makeup is predominately Caucasian (90.6%), Hispanic/Latino, American Indian/Alaska Native and Asian represent 4.1%, 1.4% and 1%, respectively.

Clinical Resources: 

  • Behavioral Science faculty on site
  • Psychiatry consultation on site
  • Mammography on site
  • Radiology on site

Faculty Mix:

  • 5 MD faculty (Medical Director is also Associate Residency Director)
  • 2 FNP faculty
  • 1 LCSW therapist
  • 5 PAs

Aspects to Consider:

  • Patient socioeconomic mix is diverse, including rural farm families to Intel employees.
  • Majority of patients come from Columbia County –about 45% of county residents live in unincorporated areas.
  • Robust procedural experience
  • Robust maternity care experience
  • Resident parking is available either on site

OHSU Family Medicine at South Waterfront

Located in the Center for Health & Healing at the OHSU campus on the South Waterfront.

Time from OHSU: 3 minutes by aerial tram

Physical Plant:

  • Opened in October 2006 on the 9th floor of the OHSU's Center for Health and Healing
  • Connected to the main OHSU campus by an aerial tram
  • Comprehensive electronic health record
  • 28 exam rooms plus a procedure room, a therapy/counseling room, and a phlebotomy room
  • Radiology and pharmacy in the building
  • Multiple other patient services in the building including physical therapy and many specialists

Patient Demographics

  • About 38,000 patient visits per year [4000 per month, about 200 per day]
  • A significant number of non-English speaking patients may require the use of an interpreter (Vietnamese, Cambodian, Chinese, Laotian, Spanish)
  • 60% of all patients are female - 40% are male - 15% are female <18 yrs - 16% are male <18 yrs
  • We often serve as primary care physicians for patients with unusual or complicated diseases who see one or more specialists at OHSU
  • Many OHSU employees choose us as for their primary care needs
  • We provide maternity and child care services to White Shield, a residential facility for pregnant teens
  • Many of our patients have been cared for in the practice by residents for many years and are accepting of resident physicians

Clinical Resources: 

  • Geriatrician, pediatrician and specialists including podiatrist, sports medicine, aviation medicine and travel medicine
  • First trimester abortions done in the clinic-open to all residents including those based at our other clinical sites
  • Behavioral science faculty on site
  • Psychiatry consultation on site
  • Integrative medicine services, including acupuncture
  • Group visits including diabetes and dialectical behavioral therapy

Faculty Mix:

  • 23 MD faculty (Medical Director is also Associate Residency Director)
  • 1 FNP faculty
  • 1 LCSW therapist
  • 3 PAs
  • 2 Acupuncturists

Aspects to Consider:

  • Large number of OHSU employee patients (including MDs, RNs, CMAs, administrative staff, maintenance staff, and their families)
  • Significant number of non-English speaking patients
  • Residents' parking is a available either at the clinic site or a tram ride away on the main OHSU campus;there is a fee for this parking access
  • Serve a varied mix of patients including a commercially insured and long standing indigent population in the Tri-county area around Portland
  • Patients come from diverse neighborhoods
  • Serve many individuals from the immigrant community in Portland
 

OHSU Family Medicine at Gabriel Park

Kaiser Permanente Beaverton

OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond

OHSU Family Medicine at Scappoose

OHSU Family Medicine at South Waterfront