Randall Children’s Pediatric Care–Emanuel

A "home" for care

Welcome to Legacy Health's primary care clinics, your first step to better health for yourself and your family. Our clinics are pioneering the transition to health homes. A health home clinic means you and your family are at the center of our care, surrounded by a team that consists of your physician (or Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant), nurse, medical assistant, social worker, counselor and clerical staff, all of who are focused on the health needs of you and your child.

Being in a health home means that your care team knows the health history of you and your child, listens to your concerns and coordinates care with other specialists and health providers. We care for you and your child when sick, but, more importantly, we work with you to keep yourself and your child well.

What we offer

 We are a primary care clinic for children, from birth to 18 years. We offer:

  • Access to an advice nurse or physician 24/7
  • Immunizations 
  • Information and education about child health and safety
  • Management and coordination of services for pediatric conditions
  • Same-day appointments for acute illness
  • Well-child exams and sports physicals
  • Circumcisions up to 28 days
  • Acupuncture
  • Counseling services with a child and family therapist

Access to specialists

Our clinic is part of Randall Children's Hospital, which means your child has access to all of our pediatric specialists. Our clinic coordinates your child's care with these experts.

Good advice, on the phone or online

Our clinic advice nurse is available 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. to answer questions about your child's health. Call 503-413-2902 to leave a message for the nurse.

Want online assistance? KidCare Advice can help you manage your child's medical issues with symptom information, home treatments and more.

Our providers

All of our physicians are fellows of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). To learn more about children's health, please visit the AAP's parent website.

Carol Endo, M.D.
Lena Kuo, M.D.
Leila Mesch, M.D. (April 2014)
Nancy Perez Senn, M.D.
Gillian Piro, M.D.
Dena Ross, M.D.

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