After graduating from the University of Oregon Medical School in 1932, Robert Greene began his career as a general practitioner. He opened his own practice in the growing Hollywood District of Northeast Portland. Five years later in 1937, he moved to 4212 N.E. Broadway to what was to become the Broadway Medical Clinic. More than 75 years later, at the same location, the Clinic continues to care for families and individuals of all ages-from infants to seniors and everyone in between.
All of the physicians who have practiced at Broadway Medical Clinic have always believed the patient comes first. This individualized care has been the hallmark of the Clinic over the past seven-plus decades.
Dr. Valls was very courteous and spent adequate time explaining the procedure he was recommending for me. I felt like I left understanding what was going to happen and was able to ask questions in advance.
This was my 1st visit to Broadway Medical. I am happy to have found a good place to replace my previous doctor that retired. This is a very nice facility, nice professional staff, and I liked my new doctor.
It's funny that you asked. I have been coming to BMC for many years but this last time I noticed the front desk staff were very cordial and helpful. I even asked if there had been office management changes because the service was so kind and pleasant which it had never been. It seems the staff are happy in their jobs. I told the lady who helped me I was happy to see the gestapo go.
My interaction from phone call inquiring about an appointment to paying upon leaving was consistent 5 star. Dr. Jeffry Carkner was timely, detailed and knowledgeable throughout the appointment. Having all my concerns addressed regarding lens correction for glasses and discussion of future care for cataracts was relieving. The three other staff assisting complemented Dr. Carkner with a depth of skill creating a feeling of professionally being taken care of without need to wait or worry about thoroughness. The office environment throughout is contemporary and current. As a clinician seeking care and being general customer service skeptic, all the above is important me and for people I care about and they had it all automatically.