OHSU

Adoption Health Services

Meg Hayes, MDMeg Hayes, MD, specializes in Adoption Medicine including prenatal and maternity care; infant, child and adolescent development;  infectious diseases; effects of substance abuse during pregnancy; transition issues and family bonding.  She has performed health assessments of orphans world wide.  As a result, she is familiar with the conditions of orphanages in many countries, including specific regional medical conditions, institutional developmental delay and special-needs issues.

OHSU Family Medicine provides a range of health services for you and your family. 

For international adoptions:
  • Agency-required physicals for adoptive parents (notary on site)
  • Pre-adoption health-record review and consultation.
  • Country-specific travel medicine services for adoptive families (yellow fever-certified clinic).
  • Post-arrival comprehensive international adoption evaluations.
  • Referrals to specialists, when needed.
  • Ongoing continuity primary care services for adopted children and their families.
  • We make your time constraints and deadlines our priority.
For domestic adoptions
  • Domestic pre-adoption consultations to review pre-natal and birth parent information.
  • Prenatal care and obstetric delivery services.
  • Newborn care.
  • Ongoing continuity primary care services for adopted children and their families.

For more information please contact: Andi Jarone (adoption@ohsu.edu)  503 494-5445 (Pacific Time).