"Hiring Traci was such a clear choice," he says. "Her background, coupled with her insights about enhancing patient care, is a perfect fit for us," says Dr. Chuck Kilo. He founded GreenField Health in 2001, laying the groundwork for the clinic to be an leader and innovator in delivering primary care based on the values of relationship, service and reliability.
GreenField Health members say hello to Travis Wilson, the clinic's new Referral Coordinator and Medical Records Clerk. He handles referrals to outside providers for GreenField Health patients, as well as works with insurance companies to help cover medications, procedures and more. In addition to that, Travis makes sure that any requests for medical information from specialists or other providers our patients may see are dealt with in a timely manner.
Haley’s passion for healthcare is built on the relationships that she is able to build with patients and her coworkers.
GreenField Health, with two clinics and 12 clinicians, ranked number 11 on the list that included The Oregon Clinic, Women’s Healthcare Associates, and Lake Oswego Health Center.
GreenField Health patient Colin O’Brady’s Fitbit is probably exploding by now. The professional endurance athlete is on a quest to raise $1 million to fight childhood obesity—by climbing seven summits and trekking to both the North and South Poles in just six months.
We're pleased to announce that Dr. Angie Reynolds has joined GreenField Health's Eastside office.
Back in the late 1990s, a group of four Portland primary care physicians got together to try to solve a problem. Convinced that there was a better way than the traditional “visit-centric” model, they spent a year figuring out how they’d design primary care if they could start from scratch.