East Portland Pediatric Clinic, PC

HOURS

Monday - Friday:  

7:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday:  

9:00 AM - Noon (later as needed)

Sundays:  

As needed (call after 11:00 AM)

Holidays:  

As needed (call after 9:00 AM)

An on-call doctor or nurse is 

available to answer urgent questions after regular office hours.

Inclement Weather Info

OFFICE

 

10000 SE Main, Suite 30
Portland, OR  97216 
Phone: 503-255-3544
Fax: 503-251-6827

 

TriMet's number 15 bus stops in front of our building or you can take the Max Green line and we are just a short walk away from the SE Main Street Station on 96th.

Physicians

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Career Opportunities

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My Kid’s Chart is our patient portal.

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CORRESPONDING SERVICES
Well Child Care
Injuries
Illness
Preventative Medicine
PLEASE CONTACT US WITH QUESTIONS OR CALL TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

This form and email is to be used for non-urgent, general questions only. Please do not send sensitive information such as requests for appointments or medical advice through this unsecured form or email.  You may call the office directly for patient specific questions and issues (503-255-3544).  Emails will be checked during business hours Monday - Friday.  Please allow 48 - 72 hours for a response.

Toddlers

 

With personality comes new challenges! The toddler years can be both entertaining and frustrating as you try to cope with in-store melt downs and responding to the word ‘no’. Along with regular check ups, we are available to help navigate toilet training, tantrums, and time outs.

 

School Age Children

 

Starting school is a turning point in your family’s life. We strive to give your child the best start in school, making sure they are prepared and you feel empowered to advocate for their education. With school comes new friends, new social challenges and the expectations of school work. From IEPs and 504 plans to resilience training, screen time and imaginary play, we want to help you find the resources you need for your unique child.

 

 

 

 

Come grow with us!

RESOURCES & BOOKS

Touchpoints-Birth to Three 

by T. Berry Brazelton and Joshua D. Sparrow

  • Why is your great sleeper suddenly waking up every two hours? Why is your social baby suddenly afraid of everyone? This book explains it all with an inside peeking into your baby’s developing brain. Written by an amazing developmental pediatrician.

 

Touchpoint-Three to Six 

by T. Berry Brazelton and Joshua D. Sparrow

  • The same touchpoint theory applied to young children.

 

1-2-3 Magic: 3-Step Discipline for Calm, Effective, and Happy Parenting

by Thomas Phelan, PhD

  • An easy-to-read and easy-to-start parenting book. This is a life-saver for parents of young children!

 

Parenting with Love and Logic

by Foster Cline, MD and Jim Fay

  • The handbook for parents.

 

The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind

by Daniel Siegel, MD and Tina Payne Bryson, PhD

  • A wonderful explanation of what is happening inside your child’s brain, and how to help nurture her emotional intelligence. Dr Siegel also has a related book on discipline.

 

Amazing You! Getting Smart About Your Private Parts

by Gail Saltz

  • Teach your preschooler what their private parts are. This is an important step in keeping your child safe.

 

Protecting the Gift: Keeping Children and Teenagers Safe (and Parents Sane)

by Gavin De Becker

  • Practical advice from a safety expert to help you protect your children and teach them how to protect themselves.

 

Our Friendship Rules

by Peggy Moss and Dee Dee Tardif

  • A beautifully illustrated book about the importance of staying true to friends.

 

Your Fantastic Elastic Brain: Stretch It, Shape It

by JoAnn Deak, PhD

  • Learn how your brain works and how you can make it even stronger!

 

What to Do When You Worry Too Much: A Kid's Guide to Overcoming Anxiety

by Dawn Huebner, PhD

  • An interactive book to help parents and their 6-12 year old children deal with their anxiety.

 

Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science (and What I’ve Learned So Far) 

by Tracy Cutchlow

  • Science based parenting tips in a beautiful, inspiring book. This book has become Dr. Matthieu’s favorite baby shower gift! You can explore this book in our waiting room!

 

Vaccinate Your Family

  • Learn the facts about how vaccines keep your child healthy.

 

Zero to Five

  • Science based parenting tips from the author or Zero to Five to help you parent with calm and confidence.

 

Kids in Danger

  • Learn about child product safety and sign up for an email newsletter with safety information and product recalls.

 

Fostering Resilience

  • Preparing kids to THRIVE during both good and challenging times.

 

FACT Oregon

  • An organization with the mission to empower families experiencing disabilities. Learn how to advocate for your child, navigate the IEP process, and more.

 

Breathing Ball

  • A toy that makes a great tool for guided breathing… a fun way for your child to learn to calm themselves.

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