Michael Chen graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine in 2000. He received his residency training in family medicine and was chief resident at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis.

Practical and preventative medicine, along with continuity of care, remain the foundation of Michael’s practice philosophy.  In 2003, he began an independent, high-touch primary care practice here in Portland.  This model, similar to GreenField’s, allowed Michael more quality time with his patients to educate as well as provide awareness and support through the sometimes challenging medical decision making process.

Additionally, Michael has extensive experience working with at-risk children.  He has served as medical director for the Children's Center of Clackamas County (whose mission is to assess and support children who may be victims of abuse or neglect) and was the board chair for Family Stepping Stones (now part of LifeWorks Northwest, a local relief nursery in Gladstone that helps at-risk families and children).

A man of many talents and interests, Michael plays violin, guitar, mixes and records music, and has even starred in NBC’s hit drama ‘Grimm’ as a pensive detective.  Other hobbies include computers, home renovation, cooking, grilling, hiking, and travel. Michael and his wife live in Southeast Portland with their two adorable children.

Professional Qualifications

  • Family Physician, The Portland Clinic, LLP, Tigard, 2012-18
  • Consultant and Key Programmer/Developer NOSH (New Open Source Health) Charting System, Portland, 2012-current
  • Family Physician, Paladina Health, Vancouver, WA 2015-17
  • Family Physician, About Family Health, LLC, Portland, 2004-12
  • Medical Director, Children's Center of Clackamas County, Oregon City, 2007-12
  • Staff Physician, Gresham Urgent Care, Gresham, 2004-08
  • Family Physician, The Pearl Clinic, Portland,  2003-04

Education

  • Residency, Family Practice, Hennepin County Medical Center,  Minneapolis, June 2003
  • Internship, Family Practice, Hennepin County Medical Center,  Minneapolis,  June 2001
  • Doctor of Medicine, University of Missouri, Columbia, 2000
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology (Minor in Chemistry), University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1996

Board Certification

  • Family Medicine, 2003, 2013
  • Additional certification in Advanced Cardiac Support

Publications

  • Corey J.M., Brunette A.L., Chen M.S., Weyhenmeyer J.A., Brewer G.J., Wheeler B.C., “Differentiated B104 neuroblastoma cells are a higher solution assay for micropatterned substrates”, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, vol. 75, pp. 91-97, 1997 
  • Wheeler B.C., Corey J.M., Brunette A.L., Chen, M.S. Weyhenmeyer J.A., “Micropatterning B104 Neuroblastoma Cells in Culture. An Assay for Neuronal Pattern Synthesis”, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Annual Conference, Amsterdam (on CD ROM), 1996 
  • Corey, J.M., Chen M.S., Brunette, A.L., Branch, D.W., Weyhenmeyer, J.A., Wheeler, B.C., and Brewer G.J, “Influencing neuronal growth with multibiomolecule patterned substrates,” Society of Neuroscience Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., vol. 22, p. 1717, 1996