ADHD Treatment Clinic
We provide state of the art psychiatric, medical, and psychological evaluation and consultation and a limited amount of medication management and psychosocial treatment for children and adults with concerns related to ADHD.
Adult ADHD Clinic –is sponsored by the Department of Psychiatry. The attending clinician is Dr. George Keepers, M.D. For information and contact, Click Here. or call 503-494-6176
Child ADHD clinics are co-sponsored by the Child and Adolescent Division of the Department of Psychiatry and by the Institute for Development and Disability in the Department of Pediatrics and are located in Doernbecher Children's Hospital. The ADHD Clinic in Child Psychiatry is directed by Dr. Sarah Karalunas, Ph.D. and attended by Dr. Joel Nigg, Ph.D. and Dr. Ajit Jetmalani, MD as well as child psychiatry and psychology fellows. The attending clinicians from Pediatrics, IDD are Dr. David Kube, M.D. and Dr. Darren Janzen, Ph.D.
For an appointment in the Child Psychiatry ADHD Clinic, call 503-494-6176.
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OHSU sponsors active research on the condition of ADHD. If you are interested in learning more or want to consider volunteering for a study, Click Here - Current Research.
Clinical Service Partners
The ADHD clinical service at OHSU is a joint program created via ongoing collaboration between the Department of Psychiatry and the Institute for Development and Disability affiliated with the Department of Pediatrics. It includes an adult ADHD service and a child ADHD service.
Child arm of the ADHD service is led by several faculty members including Dr. Joel Nigg, Ph.D., (Department of Psychiatry), Dr. Keith Cheng, M.D. (Department of Psychiatry), and Dr. David Kube, M.D. (Pediatrics and Institute for Development and Disability).
Dr. Sarah Karalunas, P.h.D.
Dr. Darren Janzen, P.h.D.
The adult arm of the ADHD service is led by Dr. George Keepers, M.D.