Primary Care

Internal medicine at the OHSU Center for Women's Health

Women's Primary Care: Partners in Your Health

Our goal is to develop a trusting, ongoing relationship with you throughout your life, whatever your health and wellness needs. The Center for Women's Health Primary Care Program includes two doctors (M.D.s) and two certified nurse practitioners (F.N.P.-C. and A.N.P.-C.). Each of our providers is fully qualified to provide excellent primary care as well as any needed referrals and medication prescriptions. We accept patients starting around age16 and can see women throughout their lives.

"We want to help you make the best decisions for your health, and encourage you to get to know your own body, says Dr. Christine Kelso, the program chief. "In addition, being part of the larger OHSU system, we can tap into great resources to make sure that every patient gets the best possible care, whatever their issue."

You can see our primary care providers for:

  • Annual exams, immunizations, screenings and medication management for both adolescents and adults
  • Coordination of care for chronic conditions
  • Urgent care
  • Screening, diagnosis and treatment for ongoing conditions
  • Contraception
  • Menopausal symptom management

And we can treat many other conditions as they arise, as well as refer you to specialists when needed. We look forward to partnering with you to help you achieve long-term health and wellness.