Clinic News



A Call to Artists!

Fanno Creek Clinic invites you to submit artwork for a mural with the theme of ‘Nature in the Pacific Northwest’ to be installed/painted on our building exterior at 2400 SW Vermont Street, Portland, 97219. 

To find out more, visit the Mural Project page.

mural project


Fanno Creek Clinic has launched a campaign to enlist local businesses in an effort to fight climate change and save their customers money.  To find out more, visit the Climate Campaign page. 


FCC Now Offering Expanded Women's Health Care - Michele Dickson, FNP

Fanno Creek Clinic welcomes Michele Dickson, FNP and we are pleased to announce that she is currently accepting new patients. Michele was recently named one of Portland Monthly's Top Doctors and Nurses for 2015. To learn more about Michele, please click here.

FCC Patient Portal

Fanno Creek Clinic Patient Portal access is now available. Patients are able to view their drug allergies, problem list, medications, lab results, and imaging results (provided by Womens Imaging and Intervention). In order to set up access, patients must register in person at our front desk. Patients registered for the FCC Patient Portal can also receive notifications for secure messages and when their provider releases new information to the patient portal. To set up your account (Download PDF). 

Visit the patient portal

Patient Portal Is Now Available For All Physicians

Our Patient Forms forms section has information regarding:

  • help registering your Patient Portal account  
  • general FAQs
  • how to opt-in for Patient Portal Notifications

 Click to launch the Patient Portal ( 

Visit Patient Forms for more info

Fanno Creek Pet Policy

Fanno Creek Clinic only allows trained service dogs in the building for the safety of our patients and staff. We thank you for your cooperation. To view the entire policy, view the PDF below:

Service Animals (pdf)


Fanno Creek Clinic Supports Local Schools


On June 8, 2017, Fanno Creek Clinic showed support for local schools by awarding three educational program grants. $4,532 went to Principal Beth Madison from Robert Gray Middle School, for their Technology and Tower Garden programs; $2,500 went to Principal Sarah Lewins from Rieke Elementary School, for their Garden Club/Green Schoolhouse program; and $4,000 went to Principal Kevin Crotchett from Jackson Middle School, for their Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) Elective program. Award funds will be used to support students’ engagement in learning and to encourage community involvement. Fanno Creek Clinic has awarded previous grants for arts and science programs at Rieke, Maplewood, and Stevens elementary schools, and for science textbooks at Robert Gray Middle School, among others. This April, $2,500 was awarded to Wilson High School for a writer in residence program.

Provider News, Awards, and Community Service

  • Dr. Charles Bentz and Dr. George Demetrion - Portland Monthly Magazine's Top  Doctors of 2012  
  • Dr. Angela Marshall-Olson - Portland Monthly Magazine's Top Doctors of 2013  
  • Recipient of the Mayor’s Spirit of Portland Award  
  • Recognized by Providence and Legacy Healthcare Systems for commitment in providing quality healthcare  
  • Recognition by PGE for Energy Efficiency and the Portland Police Department  
  • Best Award for Energy by the City of Portland’s Office of Sustainable  Development  
  • Service Award for work with Neighborhood House  
  • Awarded Portland Public Schools with grants and donations for schools and  research centers 

Dr. Gregg Coodley Publishes New Book...

The Good Monarchs: History's Best Kings, Queens, Emperors, Sultans and Caliphs


The Clinic is pleased to announce the publication of Dr. Gregg Coodley’s new book, The Good Monarchs: History's Best Kings, Queens, Emperors, Sultans and Caliphs.  The author, Gregg Coodley M.D., is one of the founders of the Clinic and a primary care internal medicine physician practicing at the Fanno Creek Clinic in southwest Portland.The Good Monarchs tells the stories of 18 of the best royal rulers of the last 2600 years. The rulers profiled come from 4 continents and 18 different nation states. From Mali to Poland, Cambodia to Brazil, these monarchs set a standard for rule far above average. A work of biography and political science, The Good Monarchs tells who these men and women were and what made them special as both people and sovereigns. 

Please visit: ( to learn more.

The Good Monarchs is available via:

Annie Bloom’s Books - 7834 SW Capitol Highway, Portland, OR 97219

The Magnificent Losers: History’s Greatest Unsuccessful Reformers, Revolutionaries and Fighters for Freedom and Justice

Dr. Coodley also recently published The Magnificent Losers: History’s Greatest Unsuccessful Reformers, Revolutionaries and Fighters for Freedom and Justice (

The Magnificent Losers chronicles 20 leaders from the Roman Republic to the 20th century who tried to improve the world, but seemingly were unsuccessful. The book shows how the ideas these leaders championed often came to pass in a later day. The leaders profiled are from around the world, from Ireland to Nebraska and Boston to Peru. They include some who are famous, such as Henry Clay, William Jennings Bryan and Eugene Debs and more obscure figures such as Boudica, Tupac Amaru and Mazdak.

The Magnificent Losers is currently available via:

Annie Bloom’s Books - 7834 SW Capitol Highway, Portland, OR 97219

Another Read Through - 3932 N. Mississippi Ave. Portland, OR 97227 

Broadway Books - 1714 NE Broadway, Portland, OR, 97232

Powell's Books - Beaverton / 3415 SW Cedar Hills Blvd - Portland / 1005 W Burnside St.

Coodley was recently on AM Northwest discussing The Magnificent Losers.