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
Preventative Medicine
Illness
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.

For those parents who think their teen is living in a different world (and those teens who think their parents don’t understand anything), you are right!  We work to bring those two worlds together.  Most teen visits will be conducted in the teen clinic, which has its own entrance and hip decor, and will often include a time for teenagers to confidentially talk alone with their doctor.  This is to help encourage teens to take responsibility for their health and to create an environment where they feel safe to ask questions. There are some issues that may need to be shared with parents for your teen’s safety, but in general, what is shared is confidential.  Our goal is to help teens choose ways to be safe, think independently, and build good relationships with family and peers.

 

Of note, after age 18, health information cannot be shared with parents unless you sign a release form.

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RESOURCES & BOOKS 

 

Parenting Teens With Love And Logic: Preparing Adolescents for Responsible Adulthood

by Foster Cline, MD and Jim Fay

  • The handbook for parents of teens.

 

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.

 

Building Resilience in Children and Teens: Giving Kids Roots and Wings

by Kenneth Ginsburg, MD

  • A guide to helping your child build their resilience and be equipped to overcome life’s challenges.

 

Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain

by Daniel J Siegel, MD

  • An inside look into the many changes happening in your teen’s brain.

Fostering Resilience

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

 

Sarah-Jayne Blakemore: The mysterious workings of the adolescent brain

  • A 15 minute TED talk that will help you understand your teen better.

 

The Neuroanatomical Transformation of the Teenage Brain: Jill Bolte Taylor at TEDxYouth@Indianapolis

  • Geared for teens, a delightful and inspiring talk that explains what’s happening in your brain now, and how to harness that power to make the world better!

 

CHADD

  • The national resource for children and adults with ADHD.

 

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.

 

Vaccinate Your Family

  • Discover why vaccines are still important for your preteen and teenager.

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