For Current Patients

Schedule an appointment

Request a Refill

Send a Non-Urgent Message

  • Leave a voicemail at 503-832-9293 or

  • Message via Luminello (secure patient portal)

  • Appointments can also be scheduled online via Luminello. 

  It may take up to two business days for your concern to be addressed. 



  You can click on the image below to go your Luminello log in.  


Billing Questions


Call (503) 284-8841 during business hours from Monday-Thursday. 

Emergency Services 

While we do not provide crisis services, we encourage you to reach out for help during a medical or mental health emergency by calling 911 and/or crisis line or go to the nearest emergency room.


Washington County Crisis Line- (503) 291-9111

Multnomah County Crisis Line- (503) 988-4888; 1-800-716-9769

Veteran Crisis Line- 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

There are also mental health urgent walk-in clinics in the Portland metro area.



Cascadia Urgent Walk-In Clinic

4212 SE Division St, Ste 100

Portland, OR 97206

Open 7 days a week, 7am-10:30pm



Hawthron Walk-In Center

5240 NE Elam Young Parkway, Suite 100 

Hillsboro, Oregon

Open 7 days a week, 9am-8:30pm

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