Office days and hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone calls and after-hours questions
If your child has a life-threatening emergency, call 911.
Please call the office at 503-325-7337
. Calls for a nurse or doctor will be returned as soon as possible.
After these hours, if your child has an urgent problem and you need to contact the physician on call, you can phone the answering service at 503-861-5535
. They will put you in contact with the doctor who is on call. Please save routine questions for the next business day.
Please call 503-325-7337
to schedule an appointment. Appointments for routine checkups and non-urgent problems should be made in advance.
- Please arrive on time for appointments. If you are more than 15 minutes late, you will need to reschedule.
- If you need to cancel an appointment, call at least 24 hours before the scheduled appointment time.
- If you miss more than three appointments without calling in advance to cancel, you may not be able to continue to receive care through our clinic.
When you call for an appointment, your child will be scheduled for a sick visit at the next available appointment time, which may be later the same day or the following day. Your child's regular doctor might not be available to see your child for the sick visit. If it is after hours and you need to speak with the doctor on call, call the answering service at 503-861-5535
If your child need a refill, please call the pharmacy. You may need to make an appointment with your doctor before the prescription can be refilled.
If you believe your child needs a new prescription, he or she must first see the doctor. No new medications will be prescribed over the phone.
Insurance, billing and referrals
Some services, such as diagnostic tests or well-child exams, are often not covered or have limited coverage by insurance, which would ultimately make these costs your responsibility. These costs may be prohibitive. Please review your insurance coverage.
We accept cash, checks, Visa and MasterCard. Click here to learn more about our billing practices.
If you need a referral, you will be given an information sheet explaining how the process works. If you have any questions, please inquire at the front desk.
If your child does not have insurance, click here and visit the website for Healthy Kids
. Oregon families with uninsured Oregon children or teens are encouraged to apply for Healthy Kids, which enrolls children in Medicaid.
What does board-certified mean?
Certification by the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) has one objective—to promote excellence in medical care for children. Certification of physicians represents dedication to the highest level of professionalism in patient care. ABP certification provides a standard of excellence by which people can select a pediatrician.