Maggie MehdianRad stands with slight smile for headshot photo.

Accepting New Patients

Maggie MehdianRad, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Tanasbourne Medical Clinic

10690 NE Cornell Rd., Suite 220, Hillsboro, OR 97124 [Google Map]

(503) 848-5861

Offers Video Visits: Yes

Speaks: English and Farsi

About Maggie MehdianRad

Education:  M.D.  Kerman Medical Sciences University, Kerman, Iran | M.S.P.A.S  Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR

Experience:  Over 20 years of experience in private practice, medical centers, and emergency medicine and community health centers in Oregon

At NHC:  I provide primary care, including for issues ranging from pain management, skin disorders, prenatal and postnatal care, and family planning

What I do for Fun:  Watch sci-fi movies, find new restaurants and cafes to enjoy, and window shop

Patient Reviews

At NHC we are constantly striving to optimize your experience and patient feedback is critical in this process of continual improvement. Patient surveys are randomly conducted by a third-party vendor to provide us feedback, which is the source of our provider ratings and patient comments.  Read more about how provider ratings are calculated.

"Everybody in the clinic is very kind! When you ask about certain things, they answer them. They are very good people! The doctors that saw me are always very attentive, and they explain things so I can understand. They are all good in their own division."

"I like that the front desk and doctor treated me well."

"The staff is always in a good mood! The check-in time and the doctor are always great!"

"Just that, the doctor made sure that she was giving accurate information. She made sure she did her best to take care of my son."

"I have always received good treatment from the nurses, doctors, and receptionists."

"I like that the doctor is knowledgeable."

"I like that they help me with an interpreter. I like the way my providers treat me."

"Very friendly staff and so far, everyone has been nice."

"I feel many times I am rushed. I wasn't heard or asked any questions, not just with her but with other providers at the center. I almost felt like I was an inconvenience, just trying to get me out of the room basically. For the past few months, I've had issues with my health, and I could never get the help needed. At times, my questions weren't heard. The doctor didn't give me much of a chance to talk. The doctors have been super late and only for a quick 5 minutes to be with them. Just coming into the room and actually wanting to listen to the patient, versus wanting to leave should be improved."

"I have seen the doctor before, she beats through things it felt rushed. She tried to prescribe me penicillin and I am allergic. Taking more time to check in on medical history could be improved."