• Tualatin Pediatric Clinic

  • Meridian Park Medical Plaza 2
  • 19260 SW 65th Ave., Suite 340
    Tualatin, OR 97062
    United States
  • P: (503) 691-9777
  • Portland Pediatric Clinic

  • Peterkort Centre 1
  • 9555 SW Barnes Rd., Suite 301
    Portland, OR 97225
    United States
  • P: (503) 297-3371

The Children's Clinic

Immunization records are now available through the online patient portal. Follow the link on the top right hand corner of the page to register.

Happy and Healthy Children and Baby on Blue Blanket

Immunization records are now available through the online patient portal. Follow the link on the top right hand corner of the page to register.

Immunization records are now available through the online patient portal. Follow the link on the top right hand corner of the page to register.

Immunization records are now available through the online patient portal. Follow the link on the top right hand corner of the page to register.

Immunization records are now available through the online patient portal. Follow the link on the top right hand corner of the page to register.

The Children's Clinic of Oregon

The Children’s Clinic pediatricians and nurses have been serving the Portland Metropolitan area since 1911.  Our pediatric department is here for you and your child. We are a Tier 3 Patient Centered Medical Home. Our pediatricians, nurses, and staff provide comprehensive primary care. After hours care, 24 hour advice nurses, and well child visits are a few of our available services.

Transitioning From Pediatric to Adult Health Care Program

Transitioning from pediatric to adult health care can be a challenge for teens and young adults. The Children’s Clinic is committed to helping our patients make a smooth transition during this process.

 

I am breastfeeding my newborn. Does my baby need to take Vitamin D even if I continue to take my prenatal vitamins?

In short – yes.

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that helps our bodies to absorb calcium and build healthy bones and teeth.  Our bodies make vitamin D in the skin when it is exposed to UV-B light.