Our Clinics

NHC Beaverton Medical Clinic

At NHC Beaverton Medical Clinic, you will receive patient-centered, community-minded care no matter your ability to pay or current state of wellness. This NHC medical clinic in Beaverton, Oregon offers team-based care for patients of all ages. 

Services offered include primary care, family medicine, preventative care, chronic care management, behavioral health and mental health support, nutrition education, and medication reconciliation. We offer trusted referrals for patients in need of specialty care.

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Clinic Info

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 7:00AM – 6:00PM

Saturday and Sunday: Closed

After Hours Advice Line

A nurse triage service is available after hours for patients in need of clinical advice. Call (503) 213-3800.

How to Find Us

This clinic is in the Suncor Plaza next to the Beaverton Walmart Neighborhood Market. The clinic is immediately inside the front entrance to the right. The front window sign still says, “Beaverton Family Medicine Ste 110."

Taking the Bus?

This clinic is easy to access via public transportation. The NW Cornell & 173rd Ave Stop on the 48 Bus is directly in front of the clinic.

You can plan your trip at trimet.org/home/planner.

Transportation Assistance

If transportation is an issue, healthcare transportation assistance may be available. Call the clinic or talk to a receptionist for help. Some insurance plans cover the cost of transportation to and from the clinic. Bus passes, gas cards, or other reimbursements for travel to and from the clinics, may also be available.

Our Staff

Holly Fay, DNP, APRN, FNP-C

Education:  D.N.P.  Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA

Experience:  Family Nurse Practitioner at the Native American Rehabilitation Association providing culturally competent primary care to Native Americans, Native Alaskans, and other vulnerable populations and over 12 years of experience as an RN working in a hospital setting

At NHC:  I provide educational support and health care to patients of all ages as a Family Nurse Practitioner

My Clinics:  Beaverton and Merlo Station SBHC

What I do for Fun:  Take weekend trips to the beach, go camping, cook, and spend time with family

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Karla Goodman, ND

Education:  N.D.  Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Tempe, AZ

Experience:  Practice naturopathic medicine in assisted living pathways and family and elementary school clinics, addressing conditions and illness through the holistic care of mind, body, and spirit

At NHC:  I provide whole-person naturopathic medicine in family practice, pediatrics, women’s medicine, and endocrinology

My Clinic:  Beaverton

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Amanda Kruszka, LCSW

Education:  M.S.W.  Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI

Experience:  10 years of experience supporting emotional and mental health needs of individuals of all ages, including those coping with chronic conditions, domestic violence, sexual assault, and struggling with various life or situational stressors

At NHC:  I provide patient-centered behavioral health, one on one therapy, crisis stabilization, advocacy, psychoeducation, community referrals, risk management, and mental health maintenance to diverse populations

What clinics I work at:  Beaverton

What I do for Fun:  Spend time with my two puppies

Sakura Porter, PharmD, BCACP

Education:  PharmD.  Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR | PharmD.  Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR | Board-Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist

Experience:  More than six years of experience counseling and advising patients, developing treatment protocols, and working with patients for medication reviews, patient education, and disease state management

My Clinics:  Beaverton and Canby

What I do for Fun:  Foster rescue dogs – over 25 from the Navajo reservation where I last worked (I adopted the first two dogs I fostered named Kei-chan and Yumi!)

Tyron Tracy, PA-C

Education:  M.M.S.  Arcadia University, Christiana, DE

Experience:  Two years in the Peace Corps, as well as time spent as an endocrinologist, volunteer EMT, and physician’s assistant in urgent care and family medicine

At NHC:  I care for patients ages three days old to 95 years old as a family medicine physician’s assistant with a focus on educating patients on health issues and ways to continue improving health outcomes

My Clinic:  Beaverton

What I do for Fun:  Travel the world, experience different cultures and foods, and spend time with my two sons

Thank you for all your hard work. [Beaverton Medical Clinic] deserves five stars. I've been a patient here for a long time. Everyone works hard and is always here to help.

Clinic Patient

Wonderful staff ... very clean office ... careful with my health! Dr. Holly listens and asks questions. I’m grateful for her care and knowledge.

Roberta clinic patient