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Old Town, Portland

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#8 of 8 in Historic Sites in Portland
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  • We were staying across the river at a convention center area hotel. I decided to walk across the bridge and explore the Old Town, since I had read a bit about it (but not enough!). I checked out the C...  more »
  • I came here to taste some of the good local Portland beers and was happily surprised by the excellent pizza! Very friendly staff with good suggestions on the beers; the pizza takes 35 minutes (which i...  more »
  • The old city of Portland has a lot of contradictions. On the other hand there are a lot of new restaurants, brewpubs, baristas. Buildings that are renovated and new dealers. On the other hand, you have a lot of beggars and homeless that you frequent. We are, however, never hassled by anyone but we found their situation now confronting.
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  • I turn in a renewal of a trimet form and you tell me I've no qualifying reasons after learning to walk again. You make me wait 5 days while bleeding profusely for a blood loss test to come back before referring me to a colon doctor. Then the referral to the colon doctor comes to me as a letter from Central City Concern to make sure I contact the doctor and setup my own appointment. I call them and they say they never heard from you and that they require you're referral. I have now contacted Care Oregon and plan to bring this to your donor board next week. If able, I'm going legal. You are going to kill or cause harm to people in ways cruel and unimaginable if left to your own devices.
  • Very good doctors and nurses, good service all are really friendly. Thank you for this place.
  • This place need get better. The doctor was suppose to call me . After my labs got got sent back to her. It been about 2 weeks she should of got them by now.
  • Astonishingly inept. Elijah, after spending multiple appointments trying to convince me to take Clonazepam for PLMD, then took it to a controlled substance review team, was turned down, and then proceeded to lecture at me as if I hadn't just spent a month being talked into this by him. A mindless, chart evangelizing drone that merely repeats any compelling argument made in his presence, not unlike a parrot. Hysterical. My good friend was a psyche patient there... the bridges treatment team diagnosed her as having a "depressive disorder and PTSD". She was showing signs of a dissociative disorder, and so I began talking to her about this. She met the criteria for dissociative identify disorder under DSM V. She is now correctly diagnosed, but these flat astonishingly unskilled people had absolutely nothing to do with that. They were quite unable to treat for it, did not have a clue where to get a clue about how to integrate a DID patient, so I went ahead and did it myself. In six months she went from six personalities to one. These people should not be allowed to dispense aspirin. Funny tho, they are very very good at billing, go figure. To be avoided.
  • this place is awesome . i have the best Dr. laura bLand and all the nurses aer very well trained and make you feel at ease. !
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