Daniel O'Neill, MD

Patient Rating:

4.7 Read all reviews

My Specialties:

Internal Medicine

My Areas of Focus:

AIDS and HIV, Gay and Lesbian Issues, Diabetes Care, Weight Management



Where I see patients

About Me:

Dr. O'Neill is board certified in internal medicine and specializes in HIV with a particular focus LGBT healthcare. He earned his medical doctorate from the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. He completed residency at both Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle and the George Washington University Hospital in Washington, DC. His clinical interests include HIV treatment and prevention, transgender/gender diverse health, addiction medicine, chronic pain, diabetes and weight management. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his husband David exploring the pacific northwest and staying active with CrossFit. He volunteers regularly for Portland Street Medicine and has lived with type-1 diabetes for more than 30 years.

Training: Medical School: The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences Residency: Virginia Mason Medical Center and George Washington University Hospital
Hospitals Served: Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center

Patient Rating

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Average Rating:  4.7 out of 5.0

  Sep 7, 2023
My first time seeing Dr ONeill because my PCP left Legacy. I didn't feel a sense of personal connection with Dr ONeill. I'm not sure he ever made eye contact and seemed more intent on telling me things than listening. Though he was trying to get up to speed with my records and myriad health issues. I didn't get a lot of warm fuzzies' from him in great contrast to other Legacy providers.

  Aug 30, 2023
Dr. O'Neill communicates very well in an easy-to-understand manner and does listen to what I have to say. He answers any questions I have thoroughly. Although this was only my second appointment with Dr. O'Neill, he already has my full trust and respect. I feel extremely fortunate.

  Aug 30, 2023
First time to meet with Doctor O'Neill- introductory visit. Liked him. Will follow- up with blood draw in next few months.

  Aug 21, 2023
Dr. O'Neill performed an excellent physical for me. He listened well, was knowledgeable of my previous medical history, presented ideas and suggestions in a way I clearly understood, was kind and knowledgeable.

  Aug 21, 2023
Great visit, everything was covered. All my questions were answered. I was given a game plan and follow up appts were scheduled.

  Aug 17, 2023
Impressed with his kindness, knowledge and support with my healthcare and medical needs..

  Aug 16, 2023
Phone and provider appts wait times are extensive

  Aug 16, 2023
The visit was good. The wait time to get a new doctor was awful. Is there a problem with Legacy not being able to hire doctors to handle the existing patients? Why the sudden doctor shortage? Ones not leave. E with a good feeling.

  Jul 27, 2023
Dr. O'Neill is very knowledgeable and personable.

  Jul 27, 2023
Dr. O'Neill is an excellent Dr. I had almost decided to switch my care over to Providence but decided to see Dr. O'Neill to see if I liked him. If I could I'd give him a much higher grade than 10. I've never had a better PCP. Now if Legacy could just improve their EDs then they'd be a great hospital system.

  Jul 25, 2023
Always treated wonderful I never worry about my care with good samaritan hospital

  Jul 19, 2023
After over 20 years with Legacy, the recent exodus and cancelations of doctors had me ready to switch healthcare providers. Dr. Daniel O'Neill completely turned that around during my recent visit. He is a caring, smart, and thorough physician, and Legacy is lucky to have him.

  Jul 13, 2023
Very good

  Jul 5, 2023
He is very thorough and spent a lot of time with us. But that may also cause delay to other patients.

  Jul 3, 2023
This was a first visit meeting for me with Dr. Daniel O'Neill. I was very impressed with how he really listened and respected my thoughts and feelings on things and at the same time let me know what he felt may be best. I appreciate his manner. He seems compassionate and caring as well as knowledgeable. I am happy to have him as my Primary Care Provider. I believe the longer than usual wait time for my appointment had to do with the patient before me needing extra time. I don't think it could have been avoided and I did not mind waiting.

  Jul 3, 2023
This doctor was the best one I had at legacy

  Jun 29, 2023
He is so much better than my last PCP!

  Jun 28, 2023
Dr. O'Neill is the best! Always very proactive in developing a care plan and great at building momentum around long-term care. Does a great job at juggling the workload that always comes with primary care and is always a joy to see!

  Jun 26, 2023
Dr. O'Neill was so professional, very knowledgeable, and provided information about my problems and his treatment to follow that has been exactly as predicted and with additional blood work to monitor the results for any problems that may occur. I trusted his judgement immediately because of the manner he described my problem and possible treatment and effects it could have. Dr.O'Neill just the kind of doctor everybody want and needs. A real asset to Legacy

  Jun 19, 2023
Most of the office visit was listening to Dr. O'Neill talk. He needs to be a better listener and ask more questions. My main concern was birth control, which my previous primary was more than willing to work with me on dosing. Dr. O'Neill just referred me to gyno. Other than that, Dr. O'Neill was friendly.

  Jun 15, 2023
The doctor took time to address every question I asked and didn't push me off to return for another visit to ask those questions

  Jun 14, 2023
Generally, all very good. I established care with Dr. O'Neill. Prior to his entering the exam room he was apparently reviewing my chart history. But I waited for maybe 10 - 15 min. When the nurse left me in the exam room, she indicated that she thought he was nearly ready to see me. If it's customary for a doctor to look over medical history just before entering the exam room with a new patient, it would be better for the RN or MA to give that expectation to the patient as they finish checking in the pt.

  Jun 13, 2023
Dr. O'Neill was originally scheduled just for an annual exam but I got covid in the interim and he spent a lot of time with me understanding my concerns and explaining in detail how to best treat my covid symptoms and seasonal allergies. I appreciated the physical exam as well (and that I didn't have to change into a stupid gown). I also appreciated that when I scheduled this appointment the scheduler scheduled my bloodwork immediately following so that I did not have to return for a second visit.