Biography & Education


Clea Lopez, M.D., was inspired to become a physician through her experience as a Spanish interpreter, researcher and teacher. "I chose family medicine so I could empower my patients to take an active role in their medical care and support a healthy lifestyle," she says. 

In her practice, Dr. Lopez emphasizes caring for her patients as a whole and not just an illness or disease. "Listening to my patients is of utmost importance," she says. "I am their partner in their journey toward inproved health and wellness."

After earning her medical degree from Harvard Medical School in Boston, she completed her family medicine internship and residency at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland. Dr. Lopez is board certified in family medicine. 

In her free time, Dr. Lopez enjoys cooking, reading, playing the violin and ukulele, and spending time with her husband, daughter and family dog. She is fluent in Spanish. 

Areas of expertise

Family medicine, women's health


Medical degree: Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. 
Internship/residency: Oregon Health & Science Unviersity, Portland

Dr. Lopez is board certified in family medicine. 

  • English
  • Spanish

Care Locations

10330 SE 32nd Ave., Suite 205
Milwaukie, OR 97222
Fax 503-513-8951


Board Certifications
  • Family medicine
  • General practice


Patient Ratings and Comments
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4.5 out of 5 (66 Ratings, 19 Comments)


Called 5 days later to get a Ct script due to continuing abdominal pain & was told I needed to come in to be reevaluated. I felt like I talked to the dr about this issue when I was there previously & dont see a need to come in when I was just there. Was hoping to avoid a ER visit. we moved from NJ & was disappointed to see ALL nearby providence clinics full of patients except for the resident clinic. And couldn't get in for over a month. Dr listened well but now that I'm being asked to come in for reevaluating tells me that perhaps she wasn't really listening.

I almost never get to see my preferred provider, Dr Lopez. if I call with a pressing need, I have to see other doctors and PAs because her appointments are filled weeks ahead. I'd like to see the same doctor on a regular basis. I also think they should mention beforehand if the appointment is with a PA instead of a physician.

I use MyChart email to communicate - always a timely, helpful response.

On this annual visit I wasn't allowed to voice concerns due to Medicare dictates.

In my many years of age, my experiences with most doctors at Providence has been very good, Dr Lopaz, seems to have compassion for her patiens.

Helpful, kind, friendly

I love Dr. Clea Lopez.

My care provider is very attentive to my medical needs.

Dr. Lopez is wonderful. I feel like she really listens to me.

Once I got into the exam room, the wait was pretty egregious. It was about 25-30 minutes, and I could hear people outside; I don't know that any of them were my doctor, who I know had a patient before me.

I've always received good experience with Dr. Lopez. She is very kind and understanding and takes time to discuss any issues i might be concerned with.

This young Lady seems to do a very good job. Recommend highly

She looks at my various issues as they apply to me as a whole person. It's exactly what I want and need for medical care.

Very good.

I'm so pleased with the clinic and my Dr. I will recommend the clinic to a lot of my friends.

I have always received very polite and courteous treatment from the whole Care Team. I have not had a "bad" experience ever while being seen at the clinic nor the hospital and would highly recommend both to anyone looking for a caring facility. Believe me, I have had my share of bad experiences at other facilities (never Providence),

My visit was to establish care and Dr.Lopez seems to be a great choice for that. She is very easy to talk with and understands my situation.

Quick to act on my concerns.

Dr Lopez did not really listen to me nor correctly ascertain my needs. She asked some questions, did an exam then decided I should go to PT for my issue. I had asked to be referred to an neurologist since I had been in a car accident and was having issues since [...]. She seemed more concerned about this visit being for a car accident and actually left the room to confer with the office manager about it. [...] All Dr Lopez seemed good at was spouting policy concerning other issues I had discussed with her [...]