Biography & Education


“Conventional medicine should be a vital part of every person’s plan for good health. By adding evidence-based but unconventional therapies to that approach, Providence maximizes a patient’s ability to recover, to live well and to flourish.” – Miles Hassell, M.D.

Dr. Hassell is an internist and a clinical instructor for the training of internal medicine residents. He is the principal investigator in a trial using nutritional interventions to reduce side effects of conventional cancer therapies.

His internal medicine practice, the Comprehensive Risk Reduction Clinic, emphasizes evidence-based nutritional lifestyle management in the context of a thorough traditional medical model. Knowledge is power! Our goal is to place the tools for change in your hands 

Dr. Hassell’s practice incorporates both traditional and evidence-based alternative medical approaches. He is the co-author of "Good Food, Great Medicine," a guide for using diet and lifestyle for optimal health. He also sees patients for problem-oriented medical consultations for challenging cases.

He is available for public speaking as well as individual consultations to develop solutions to health problems, combining evidence-based conventional and lifestyle interventions. Dr. Hassell specializes in patient-directed, noninvasive, non-pharmacological approaches to medicine. His therapies emphasize natural approaches such as exercise, diet and natural medicines.



Areas of expertise

Internal medicine; Integrative medicine

Miles Hassell, M.D., received his medical degree from the University of Western Australia and completed his residency in internal medicine at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland. He is board-certified in internal medicine.

Care Locations

Comprehensive Risk Reduction Clinic
9155 SW Barnes Road
Suite 302
Portland , OR 97225
Fax 503-291-1079