WesternU Health Clinic at Oliver Station
As the first Portland location for Western University of Health Sciences, the WesternU Oliver Station Clinic fulfills a long-time desire of both the University and the Lents neighborhood community. The clinic offers a full range of primary care services to patients. At the same time, it serves as a training location for the university’s medical students to serve their rotations. The 5,200-square-foot clinic has eight exam rooms, two rooms designed specifically for osteopathic manipulative medicine treatments, and one space which is large enough to serve as a procedure room. The space is designed in a horse-shoe pattern, with exam rooms on the outside and medical staff work spaces on the interior. There is also a conference room which can be used for student instruction, with video conferencing connections to campuses in Oregon and California.
Western University of Health Sciences
primary care clinic, exam rooms, procedure room, osteopathic manipulative medicine rooms, staff workplaces, conference room, reception