Oregon City Anesthesiologists

in Oregon City, OR

39
Anesthesiologists are
in Oregon City

6
Anesthesiologists in Oregon City
are top rated

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Rated by
Rita F M.
"As just stated, he reviewed and interpreted the tests done by Dr. #1, and we discussed the next step that should be taken in my care, which was surgery. This is what Dr. #1 was aiming" for in the first place, but kept trying alternative therapies (for 2 yrs), but never actually getting to the surgery. When I discussed this situation with Dr.
, he reviewed the tests, and said, "These results indicate that you should have the surgery that you never received".
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Joey S.
" Dr.
made every effort to make my son comfortable during surgery. My son came through with flying colors. Dr.
called my home that evening" to check in on my son. He was very patient and compassionate with my son and with me.
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Rated by
nancy W.
"Was seen by his rude PA, Mr. Doer at our initial appt. I would expect to see more than literally, two minutes of the
on our first visit. The PA was condescending" & was rude to my mom. I did not have confidence in this medical office on the whole.

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Anesthesiology

Anyone who has undergone a surgical procedure is likely familiar with anesthesiologists. During surgery, these specialists are responsible for administering anesthesia, including pain blockers and sedation.

Dr. Mark Norling administers anesthesia to patient to block any memory of pain during surgery. He also monitors patients' breathing, heart rate, blood pressure and other vital signs. (Photo by Tim Newman)
Anesthesiology

Most patients who have surgery don't choose their anesthesiologist, but these doctors and other anesthesia providers play a vital role during surgery.

If you are conscious, it's important to be honest with your anesthesiologist and share certain aspects of your medical history to avoid a bad reaction from the anesthesia. (Photo courtesy of the American Society of Anesthesiologists)
Anesthesiology

If you need surgery, you will probably get anesthesia to put you to sleep. Make sure to ask your anesthesia provider these questions for a successful surgery.

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Anesthesiology

While anesthesia is safe, ask a health care provider about their training and experience. Also ask who will monitor your vital signs during the procedure.

Anesthesiology reviews in Oregon City

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We have had both our children at
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Hospital, have attended various parenting classes and have loved almost everything about our experience with the facility and the people that work their. However during the last visit for the birth of our second child we were dismayed by the crass and aggressive attitude of the anesthesiologist Dr.
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. He had no respect for our apprehension of placing and epidural during my already traumatic labor. He was rude and acted as if we were wasting his clearly precious time. Then when we recently received our bill we realized how highly he thinks of himself. Our insurance which has been fantastic, found his bill of $3,072.00 to be $406.56 over what they considered "in excess of reasonable and customary allowance." Some of our recent bills have been slightly over what is considered "reasonable and customary," but only fractions of percent of the total bill. He is charging more than %13 over what is considered normal. We are now saddled with a $407 bill when our insurance should have covered 100%! This in unethical, especially since we had no choice in who performed this service for us in the hospital during the heat of a complicated labor.
- Harmony R.
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I recieved a bi-lateral hip injection with synvic and am feeling much better already.Dr.
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greeted me in the proceedure room with a big smile on his face and a warm hand shake. He explained what he was getting ready to do and kept me informed ofhis progress along the way. The whole thing took about 30 minutes and was virtuallypainless. After he was finished Dr.
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spent time with me explaining my recovery anddiscussed my hip issues and future plans for treatment.
- william B.
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It went as described above. I had to have two nerve blocks to determine if she was in the correct place. She and I both knew after the first nerve block that she was indeed in the correct place but MEDICARE demanded that a second be performed which in my opinion was a total waste of taxpayer's money because Dr.
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was in the right place the first time.
- Jeanne F.
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I like the nurses that do the work. I think they are very good. They also run tons of promotions. Some are for some expensive facials and such and you get them at a really good price. Their marketing seems to have a way of getting you to buy things you
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;t really need. The front office could really use some help. It is not well run.
- Michelle M.
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Dr.
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came in to discuss my request for local rather than general anesthesia for this surgery. She was very open to discussion of options, and after we talked for a few minutes, she agreed to local anesthesia, with the option to move to general if I needed to.
The surgery went very well, and since I was very relaxed by sedatives I don't remember most of it. I do remember being aware during closure and speaking to both the surgeon and Dr.
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. I had absolutely no pain. She was very attentive and stayed by my side the entire time. She also had me moved to post-op 2 immediately after surgery since I was awake and speaking. This saved the primary post-op charge as well. She personally checked on me again before I left.
The fact that she took the time from her very busy schedule to understand my wishes and go above and beyond to accomodate them meant a lot to me.
I would ask for Dr.
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if I again had the need for anesthesia services.
- Ursula G.
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Although it is a 65 mile round trip for me, I am very pleased with the way I am being treated at OSS. I seldom have to wait past my appointment time, nor do I wait long, once I am in an examining room, to be seen. The staff are all very cordial and friendly as well as professional. They truly seem to listen to everything I have to say and explain their diagnosis in terms I can understand. After several months of trying epidurals and physical therapy for my back and leg problems, surgery was recommended.A lumbar laminectomy/discectomy operation was preformed on May 30, 2012, and so far all is healing well. I was told it was a text book operation with no problems. I am healing well with no complications so far. It is still too early for total results, but I notice most of the numbness and tingling has went away in my legs. I look forward to the neck/upper back operation to hopefully relieve the pain and discomfort in my neck and head that I continue to experience.
- Joseph H.
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I am a pain management patient with several
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pain issues. I began seeing Matrix in 2004 and they have helped me gain more of my life back. I have enjoyed being seen by these people throughout the years and would recomend them to anyone for treatment.
- Teresa S.

All Anesthesiologists in Oregon City, OR

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21710 S Crest View Drive
Oregon City

Advanced Pain Management Center

10305 SW Park Way
Portland

Andrew Oh MD

2525 NE 139th St

Blatt, Dr. Jonathan

6542 SE Lake Rd
Portland

Brown, Dr. Robert

120 NW 14th Ave
Portland

Carl Balog MD

12672 NW Barnes Rd.
Portland

Carter, Dr. Dale M.

11782 SW Barnes Rd
Portland

Cheek, Dr. David B.

4805 NE Glisan St
Portland

Chen, Dr. Grace

3303 SW Bond Ave
Portland

David Pass MD

1500 Division St
Oregon City

Dr. R Kreps MD

3500 N Interstate Ave
Portland

Fisher, Dr. Katherine

9200 SE 91st St
Happy Valley

Greenberg, Dr. Gary

10000 SE Main St
Portland

Gullo, Dr. Gregory

24076 SE Stark St
Gresham

Indy Training, Inc.

7608 SE Johannesen Rd
Corbett

Interventional Pain Management

5050 NE Hoyt
Portland

Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center

10180 SE Sunnyside Rd
Clackamas

Mathers, Dr. William D.

3375 SW Terwilliger Blvd
Portland

Michael Bespaly MD

911 Main St
Oregon City

Milwaukie Women's Clinic

10330 SE 32nd Ave
Portland

NW Headache and Wellness Center

11782 SW Barnes Road
Portland

OAG Interventional Pain Consultants

1849 NW Kearney Street
Portland

Oregon Anesthesiology Group

707 SW Washington St
Portland

Oregon City Internal Medicine

1510 Division St
Oregon City

Oregon Health & Science University

3303 SW Bond Ave # CH9F
Portland

Oregon Health Science University

3181 SW Sam Jackson Pk Rd
Portland

Oregon HealthSciences Pain Ctr

3303 SW Bond Ave
Portland

Pain Management Clinic Dept of Anesthesiology

3500 N Interstate Ave
Portland

Phillips, Dr. Todd

1615 Delaware St

Providence Health & Services

9205 SW Barnes Rd
Portland

Providence Home Health

1235 NE 47th Ave
Portland

Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center

1500 DIVISION ST
Oregon City

Ralph Juarez MD

1510 Division St Ste 100
Oregon City

Sibell, Dr. David M

3303 SW Bond Ave
Portland

Spine Intervention Clinic

911 Main Street Suite 100
Oregon City

Stapleton, Dr. Joseph P.

9300 SE 91st Ave
Happy Valley

Stephen Kaminski MD

1500 Division St
Oregon City

Stuart Rosenblum MD,PHD

120 NW 14th Ave
Portland

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