Meet our new doctors and care providers
Providence Medical Group works with providers who offer quality, compassionate care and who take the time to listen to you. Listed below are several providers who are accepting new patients. If you don’t see a Providence Medical Group provider listed here who meets your needs, you can choose from more than 600 providers and 90 clinics throughout Oregon. At Providence, it’s not just health care, it’s how we care.
Karen Ballard, RN, FNP-BC
Breanne Brown, D.O.
Diego F. Diaz, M.D.
Andrew D. Glass, D.O.
Meegan Gruber, M.D., Ph.D.
Thayer White, M.D.
Yen Vo, M.D.
PMG expands pediatric services on Portland's Westside
With Providence's continued goal of expanding services for patients, the former Scholls Pediatric Clinic joined Providence Medical Group on June 9 as PMG-Scholls Pediatrics. This move brings new excellent and highly regarded pediatric providers to Providence Medical Group to provide comprehensive, coordinated care for children.
New clinic information:
Providence Medical Group-Scholls Pediatrics
12442 SW Scholls Ferry Road, Suite 205
Tigard, OR 97223
Clinic pediatrician Dr. Sandra Antonovic and her team will remain with the clinic through this transition.
Providence Portland Medical Center expands maternal care services
We are pleased to announce that Providence Health & Services is expanding our maternal care services at Providence Portland Medical Center to support families in east Portland and in the surrounding areas. This summer, families and providers will have access to OB hospitalists, maternal/fetal medicine and a Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at the hospital to keep care close to home.
Beginning Aug. 19, Providence Portland Medical Center's newly expanded NICU will have the capacity to care for babies born at 30 weeks gestation or later. The new NICU, led by Fred Baker, M.D., will include 14 single-family rooms. This expansion brings Providence's total capacity to 74 monitored NICU beds statewide.
Over the next year, the new NICU will begin caring for babies born at 28 weeks gestation and later.
In addition to this expansion, a team of maternal fetal medicine specialists and OB hospitalists is now available at Providence Portland Medical Center. This team will be led by Mark Tomlinson, M.D.
Providers now can reach neonatal support services at both NICU locations – at Providence Portland and at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center – through one central phone number: 503-574-9672. Neonatal consultations and transfer services are available 24/7 through this number.