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Hillsboro Pediatric Clinic (HPC) has been taking care of infants, children, and adolescents for over 30 years! In 2012 HPC was the first pediatric clinic to be recognized in Oregon as a Patient Centered Primary Care Home (“Medical Home”). Our mission is to provide consistent, timely, compassionate, and innovative high quality medical care to the children and adolescents of our community.

Hillsboro Pediatric News

Acceptable vs. Unacceptable Face Masks

As of September 22, 2020, our clinic has a new face mask policy regarding the different types of face masks that can be worn in our offices.


COVID-19 Vaccines

Have you had yours yet? The COVID-19 vaccine is our best hope for ending the pandemic. If you or your child is 16 years or older, there is a vaccine available. Soon there will be a vaccine available for younger children, too.

Oregon Health Authority has a website to help you find a location to get a COVID-19 vaccine: Get Vaccinated Oregon. You can also call 211.

If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, you can find information by visiting the Center for Disease Control or AAP website.

Now is also a perfect time to make sure children are caught up on all childhood immunizations so they can BE READY for family gatherings, sports, classrooms, and togethering.

COVID-19 UPDATE

Updated May 7, 2021

Hillsboro Pediatric Clinic is dedicated as ever to the health and safety of the children we serve, their families, our community, and our staff and healthcare providers. Like you, Hillsboro Pediatric Clinic has been closely monitoring the news surrounding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic and we want to do our best to keep our loved ones safe.

We have taken significant protective measures, and we thank you for your patience and flexibility moving forward.

  • Everyone older than 3 years is required to wear a face mask. We have updated our face mask policy, as stated under “Hillsboro Pediatric News”. If you do not have one that meets our guidelines, we will provide one for you.
  • Video Telemedicine visits are now available, these are appropriate for many types of visits. We use a HIPAA-compliant secure connection via Zoom to meet with you from the comfort of your home.
  • We are limiting the number of people coming in and out of our clinic. However, for “Well” appointments, any support person that would like to attend is allowed at the visit.
  • Employee and visitor temperatures are checked upon entry, and screening questions are asked about potential exposures.
  • Non-urgent, ill patients will be seen in the clinic during afternoon and evening hours at Main Street only.
  • Our Main Street clinic now has clearly designated “Ill” and “Well” sections. This includes the parking lot, entrances, waiting rooms, and patient rooms.
  • Our Orenco Street clinic is open for healthy newborns, healthy infants, and all Westside Breastfeeding Center visits only.
  • For Well patients: We continue to see patients of all ages. Regular check-ups are more important now than ever before to keep your child healthy and catch problems early.
    • Orenco Station Clinic: Well Child Checks for newborns and younger infants only.

    • Main Street Clinic (Side A):

      • Well Child Checks for healthy infants, toddlers, and older children and adolescents.

      • Adolescents in need of birth control, non-infectious problems, mental health visits, behavioral health visits.

      • Park, enter, and exit the building through Side A.
      • Check in by phone from your car: follow the instructions posted at each parking spot. We will escort you into the building.

    • For ill patients or patients brought in by ill family members: These visits will take place at the Main Street Clinic (Side B) during the afternoon and evening hours.
      • We are increasing our phone triage efforts to minimize unnecessary exposures. Patients who need to be seen will be seen. However we may offer a phone or video telemedicine appointment with a medical provider rather than an office visit.

      • For “ill” appointments, we ask for only the patient and no more than one support person at the visit.

      • Park in, enter, and exit the building through Side B.
      • Check in by phone from your car: follow the instructions posted at each parking spot. We will escort you into the building.

    • For Behavioral Health Patients: We continue to provide care. Many of these visits will be offered through telemedicine appointments.

    We have expanded our hygiene measures. Common areas like lobbies, door knobs, and chairs are disinfected every couple of hours. More time between office visits has been added to allow for more thorough room cleanings. Our nightly janitorial procedures have been intensified.

    We are closely tracking known cases of COVID-19 who have entered our spaces, we will contact anyone we learn was exposed.

    We hope these only need to be short-term precautions, but regardless of conditions Hillsboro Pediatric Clinic will continue to be available to help you care for your children for years to come.

    We also understand if you and your family are worried and overwhelmed. Please rest assured that we are gathering the most accurate information and you can call us for any questions or concerns you may have.

    For additional information, please visit the resources below to stay up-to-date on COVID-19, how to talk to your children regarding the outbreak, and what you can do while they are home from school.

    Resources:

    Local COVID-19 Testing Options
    COVID-19 Resources for Families
    I Wear Because I Care – Face Mask video, multiple languages
    When and How to Wash Your Hands
    Cover Your Cough and Sneeze – Video
    2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Healthychildren.org
    Reach Out & Read: Resources for Families
    CDC’s Handwashing website

    2019 CDC Childhood Immunization Champion