East Portland Cancer Clinic
Cancer treatment can be a challenge: Getting care close to home can make it easier.
Our clinic at Portland Adventist Medical Center allows you to stay local while getting personalized cancer treatment from highly skilled cancer specialists, all in a pleasant, open environment.
At our community clinics, OHSU Knight Cancer Institute extends our expertise into your neighborhood.
We are located at
10000 S.E. Main Street Suite 350
Portland, OR 97216
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For questions or to make an appointment, call 971 262-9800 or fax 971 262-9899.
The clinic’s services include:
- Personalized cancer and hematology treatment plans
- Chemotherapy and infusion
- Second opinions and checkups
- Custom financial consultation
- Patient and family education
- Cutting-edge clinical trials
- Quick test results
- Support services
- Access to cancer support groups and classes at OHSU
Our infusion suite has specially trained nurses that oversee treatment. The infusion area is a pleasant and open environment with comfortable recliners.
Our experienced team of cancer specialists is here to make your transition as easy as possible. Review a list of Frequently Asked Questions below, or contact us to submit your own question.
Where is your clinic located?
We are located on the third floor of the East Pavilion on the Portland Adventist campus.
The main patient/visitor parking garage is accessed off of SE Main Street. Take the sky bridge from the parking structure to the second floor of the pavilion, and then take the elevator up to the third floor.
If I am seeing an OHSU provider and I need additional tests or procedures, will I need to go up to the hill to have these tests done?
No. Although we are an OHSU clinic, our goal is to keep our patients within their own community to have their care. Our schedulers will work with Adventist to schedule any additional services that you may need.
If my primary care provider is with Adventist and my hematology oncology doctor is with OHSU, will they be able to communicate with each other regarding my care?
Yes. We use an interface called “Care Everywhere” that allows providers from both organizations to be able to view test results and to review care notes.
If I am home and having symptoms and need to speak with my doctor, what should I do?
Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. our triage nurse is available to answer any clinical questions you may have. The triage nurse works closely with our doctors to determine the best course of action for your care. If a need arises after hours, we also have a physician on call, 24/7, 365 days a year to answer any questions you may have. To reach either, call 971 262-9800.
Are you open on the weekends?
Although we currently do not have a physician on staff seeing patients on the weekends, infusion services are available open 365 days a year at our N.W. clinic (located on the Good Samaritan campus).
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