Kerry practices the full scope of primary care for your whole family.

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Phone calls are returned the same day by Pearl or Dr. Kerry. For urgent health issues, Dr. Kerry is available by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

For non-urgent issues please use your patient portal to send messages to Dr. Kerry. She will get back to you within 48 hours.

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Referrals &

Dr. Kerry refers to a wide array of both traditional medical specialists and alternative providers. She will help you coordinate the care you may receive from other providers or specialists and collaborate with them to provide you the best healthcare.

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Dr. Kerry does recommend and sell some supplements. She provides these at her office since it is difficult to find well-regulated and reliable supplements at local stores.


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Adult Care

Dr. Kerry practices the full scope of primary care in the office. This includes adult preventative and gynecological exams, basic skin procedures and biopsies, IUD placement/removal, visits for chronic problems, evaluation and repairing of cuts, and urgent visits for acute problems.

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Our clinical social workers, Samantha and Katie, believe that our experiences, relationships, and stories impact us in fundamental and profound ways, and that counseling can be an important component of health and wellness. Katie and Samantha share a commitment to an affirming, supportive, and non-judgmental practice that encourages each client to feel safe in exploring issues that matter most to them. Fees are sliding scale.

For a no-cost consultation, more information, or to schedule an appointment, contact them at 503-327-8842 or send an email .

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Dr. Kerry practices the full scope of pediatric primary care in the office. This includes pediatric well child exams and acute care visits. She offers and supports vaccine schedules individualized to the child and family.

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Dr. Kerry is trained in infant massage, and provides home visits at 2-5 days and 2 weeks of life. As a new mom herself, she knows it can be difficult to leave the house early in your childʼs life. Additionally, home visits decrease your newbornʼs exposure to illness while they are still building their immune system.

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Dr. Kerry provides craniosacral therapy to children and adults. This gentle bodywork technique may be incorporated into regular problem-based visits or scheduled as an individual visit all its own. Dr. Kerry’s goal with these treatments is to improve mobility and function throughout the body as all body parts should be able to move independently of each other.

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Sliding Scale Payment Plan

In place of the annual administration fee, we are pleased to offer sliding scale monthly payments for health care. Each individual, or family, is responsible for determining their own monthly payment capabilities given their current financial situation. This model is designed to allow more people access to necessary health care services and to maintain the unique, holistic, care you receive at Healthy Living Family Medicine.

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Sara Longwell, IBCLC

As an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, Sarah is proud to help parents follow their instincts about their infants, providing evidence-based advice and empathy beginning in pregnancy and through every stage of babyhood.

She knows that every parent is driven to love and care for their baby, and feeding is a big part of that love throughout childhood. When feeding is a struggle, it can feel like a crisis and that calls for thoughtful, individualized care. Respecting the unique needs of individual parents and babies and providing options, Sarah supports all families to find their own best way to feed and care for their infants.

Sarah grew up in Colorado, and happily found her way to the Northwest in 2004. When her first baby was one week old, a confused and exhausted Sarah stumbled into a local nursing support group and discovered her path to parenthood in the comfort and collective wisdom of the friends she met there. Several years later, with both kids in school, Sarah was ready to go back to work, but found her passion for her former career in marketing had been replaced with a passion for supporting parents and their babies.

Sarah lives in Southeast Portland with her husband and two sons. She also provides home lactation visits through her private practice, Miracle of Nurture Lactation Care.