The Portland Clinic - Treating People Like Family
The Portland Clinic treats people like family and builds relationships that last.
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How you feel affects who you are, what you aspire to be, and what you can achieve. And how you’re treated affects how you feel.
The Portland Clinic, Oregon’s oldest, private, multispecialty medical group, is committed to treating people in the community with trust, kindness and understanding. That means asking good questions and paying close attention to each patient’s answers. Creating a team of experts who embody Portland’s engaged, open-minded vitality. And developing thoughtful, collaborative ways to serve patients and achieve extraordinary results.
Serving the community also means staying in tune with Portland’s growth and adjusting where doctors and nurses practice based on population changes. Throughout its history, the physical footprint of The Portland Clinic has evolved to meet the needs of the patients it serves. With the city’s population on the rise, the clinic’s leadership has looked for ways to extend its reach. To help achieve this objective, The Portland Clinic recently broke ground on a visionary new health and wellness center in Northeast Portland. Upon completion in summer 2018, the 32,000-square-foot facility will include modern medical facilities, a new retail concept and nutrition center from the founder of Pacific Foods and educational resources from Concordia University Portland.
Inspired by the optimistic, good-natured and adventurous people who make this community such a great place to live, The Portland Clinic team focuses on building collaborative relationships that help patients live the good life, Portland-style. With sophisticated medical technology, modern spacious facilities and dynamic medical specialists, this personal approach to each patient’s good health remains The Portland Clinic’s primary focus. The Portland Clinic’s six locations serve the greater Portland metropolitan area and care for more than 90,000 patients each year throughout the Northwest.