Your Health Naturally: Naturopathic Primary Care and Chinese Medicine
NUNM’s Beaverton Health Center offers integrative medical care by the region’s foremost naturopathic physicians and licensed acupuncturists, and their finest medical interns—all working together to bring you coordinated care. Your improved health is our goal. Your primary care team will provide you with the most effective and appropriate healing modalities and treatment options to address your unique health concerns.
Why Choose NUNM?
Integrative medicine at NUNM brings together conventional medicine with naturopathic and Chinese medicine. The longstanding expertise and knowledge of the university is behind every provider and student, assuring that you get the best possible care. You and your health are at the center of everything we do, and your care and treatment plan will help you achieve and maintain the health goals you set with your team.
Our health center addresses a full-range of health needs:
- Digestive Disorders
- Family Planning
- Healthy Aging
- Heart Disease
- Hormone Imbalances
- Pain Management
- Pediatrics/Well-Baby Exams
- Preventive Care
- Skin Care
- STD Testing and Treatment
- Women’s and Men’s Health
What is Naturopathic Medicine?
Naturopathic physicians are licensed by the state of Oregon and recognized as primary care providers. They specialize in identifying the underlying causes of illness and disease, and treating patients through natural means to restore and maintain health and well-being. Our naturopathic doctors (NDs) are trained in conventional biomedical sciences as well as natural medicine treatment modalities. Your ND will utilize the time-tested knowledge of naturopathic medicine along with routine medical labs and other tests to diagnose disease and monitor your health. NDs are trained and licensed to prescribe pharmaceutical medicines as well as herbal medicines, and understand the potential drug interactions that can inhibit your body’s innate ability to heal.
Naturopathic medicine offers safe, cost-effective, preventive health solutions for minor, chronic and acute health conditions. Your treatment plan may include a variety of interventions and diagnostics—from nutritional and lifestyle counseling, to herbal medicine and more.
What is Classical Chinese Medicine?
The practice of classical Chinese medicine is rooted in the profound ancient wisdom and time-honored experience of medical providers in China. Our faculty, expert practitioners in the field of Chinese medicine, work with their student interns to bring you the highest quality of care. They will listen closely to your health concerns and evaluate your physical, emotional and mental well-being by using diagnostic techniques unique to the medicine. Most commonly, a patient will be treated with acupuncture and herbal remedies. Other treatments may include cupping, shiatsu, moxibustion, and movement therapies like qigong.
A Wellness Medicinary…Just For You
Our health center has a retail medicinary that offers patients a comprehensive selection of supplements, herbs, homeopathic remedies, tinctures and other products.
Payment Options and Insurance
NUNM contracts with a number of insurance companies, including CareOregon and other OHP programs. We will bill your insurance for covered services. If patients are not insured, or care is not covered, we offer financial assistance under our Compassionate Care Program. Assistance is income dependent and patients seeking assistance can apply during their first appointment. We accept payment by check, cash and credit card. If you have no insurance and do not qualify for financial assistance, we offer a time-of-service cash pay discount to all patients. Ask if NUNM is contracted with your insurance provider when you call for an appointment. Payment is due at the time of service.
Monday 12:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Wednesday 12:30 – 9 p.m.
Thursday 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Friday 1 – 5 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
*Hours subject to change quarterly
Directions: NUNM Health Centers – Beaverton is located just off 2nd Street and Lombard in Beaverton. In the Social Security Administration Building.