Dr. Miller-Davis opens women-focused medical practice in West Linn

by: REVIEW, TIDINGS PHOTO: CLIFF NEWELL - The staff at Womens Health of Oregon is qualified to deal with all health needs of women. From the left are Donna Vickers, Amanda Griffith, Dr. Jennifer Miller-Davis and Paula Blakeley-Kauffman.While many medical patient practices for women are going bigger, Dr. Jennifer Miller-Davis is going for better.

With her Women’s Health of Oregon she has established a practice in West Linn that focuses on every aspect of a woman’s care.

“This is very personal, very compassionate care,” Miller-Davis said. “This is more patient-centered care. Practices are now getting bigger and bigger, and patients’ care is suffering.

“I deliver babies, I do gynecological surgery and a lot of preventive medicine. I want to treat all phases of a woman’s life.”

This extra level of care includes collaborating with female patients in achieving the right healthcare solutions. All programs are designed for the individual needs of a patient.

One of the most interesting aspects of Miller-Davis’s practice is the offering of ultra-sound services right in the office. The 3-D and 4-D imaging is for the purpose of bonding mother and child. It offers the best possible preview of how cute a mom’s baby will be. The 2-D service is a diagnostic tool that finds whether any problems are arising during a pregnancy.

Miller-Davis opened her West Linn office only last December, but the native of Kansas City was already in love with Oregon after living here for four years. She left a thriving practice in Oregon City to come to West Linn.

“I decided to move out on my own,” Miller-Davis said. “There are a lot of patients I want to continue to take care of from West Linn. Also Lake Oswego, Tualatin and Oregon City.”

When she is not practicing medicine, Miller-Davis is a farmer. She keeps busy by operating a cattle farm in Wilsonville along with her husband. Joining her six cows are chickens, goats and horses, plus a couple border collies. She plans to start making goat cheese next year.

The clinic staff includes Donna Vickers, Amanda Griffith and Paula Blakeley-Kauffman.

Much more can be found out about Women’s Health of Oregon on its website at . The office is located at 22400 Salamo Road, Suite 201, adjacent to West Linn City Hall.

For more information, call 503-723-7234.

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