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Health Matters

Celiac Disease in the Rose City

Why gluten makes some of our neighbors sick, and what to do about it

Staying healthy above the Oregon clouds

Craig Karls stays fit, active and community-focused with Mazamas

Promoting healthy vision in PDX

6 tips to protect your eyes during Contact Lens Health Week

Ertan Esmer: Here to help people of all ages

Making sure every patient’s voice is heard

Back to school, back to health

Portland parents can prep for a successful school year by keeping kids healthy

Raising awareness of brain tumors in Portland

Why one of our team members is walking in the Portland Brain Tumor 5K Walk this year

Immunizations in the Rose City

Facts every Portland family should consider

Staying fit in the Rose City

Four tips for staying in shape, Portland style

Jay Shah: Patients come first

Doing what it takes to create excellent patient experiences

Portland Healthy Habits: 2016

Survey finds Portlanders outpace U.S. average on healthy behaviors

Less Stress, More Happy
Live Chat

Watch mental health tips and exercises
from Pat Blumenthal, PsyD.

Michael Chen: Always learning from his patients

Listening carefully is a key to providing great care

Amanda Pickert: Part of something special

Teamwork and relationships lead to better outcomes

Eye on the Rose City

4 tips to protect your vision

Summer of Color

Thank you for participating in #ColorPDXSweepstakes. The contest is now closed, but you can still download your favorite coloring sheet for your own enjoyment.

Healthy summer travel

5 tips for Portlanders hitting the road

Shouldn’t You Get That Mole Checked?

Skin cancer takes most people by surprise.

Q&A: Prescription Painkillers

Why are painkillers all over the news right now?

The Grocery Bag

Low-sugar fruit crisp

A hidden epidemic

Portlanders urged to get tested for hepatitis

New face joins our team

Just in time for summer, a new face arrives in Portland

Mental health in the Rose City

What steps can we take to help ourselves and our loved ones

Healthy Skin in PDX

Join us on Tuesday, September 20 at 6 p.m. PST on Facebook for a live video chat with Dr. Pamela Scherer. #AskPortlandClinic

Robert Sandmeier: Exercise is the best medicine

Helping patients stay physically active and healthy

Lucinda Griffith: Communication is at the heart of helping

See how connecting one-on-one helps patients reach their health goals

Mission Nutrition
Live Chat

Watch great healthy living tips and insights
from Jenny Roark, RD, LD

Getting back in the game after an injury

Steven Nakano, Physical Therapist, answers key questions

Congratulations to our 44 “top docs and nurses!”

We're honored to be part of Portland Monthly magazine's annual list

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We recently received notice that the Solar Eclipse Glasses that our Ophthalmology department has been distributing to (eye) patients 7/25/17 - 8/11/17 have been recalled due to ISO certification uncertainty.  Even though the glasses indicate ISO 12312-2 certified, we have not received confirmation from the supplier that our order was sourced from a recommended manufacturer.  We are strongly advising that you discard and do not use the solar glasses if you picked them up from our Ophthalmology departments located at our Beaverton, Downtown and South offices and use glasses that have been supplied from a reputable vendor to ensure the utmost viewing safety.  (Note:  the Solar Eclipse glasses distributed through our pediatric department are confirmed to be ISO certified).