Healthcare designed to meet your needs as a patient and a person
Tired of assembly-line doctor visits? Join GreenField Health, a primary care clinic that partners with you to be healthy and live vibrantly.
Become a member of a practice rooted in the values of relationship, service, and reliability. Membership is is a benefit of working for Intel and no cost to employees.
Or give Courtney Wiren, our New Patient Coordinator, a call directly at 503-292-9560 to get set up today.
GreenField is a great combination of personalized care, convenience and competence. The physicians and staff know me, know my history. I frequently get responses to questions while I’m in the airport or after hours.
Imad Sousou, Intel VP and General Manager, Open Source Technology Center; patient since 2004
GreenField’s system is more in-line with the way I work. I can communicate with my doctor by email, telephone or a face-to-face meeting. I use the system that works best, which equals increased efficiency for everyone.
Enrique Castro-Leon, Intel Technology Strategist; patient since 2008
I have been amazed at the amount of time and interest the doctors at GreenField show in their patients. When I go into the office, I am not a disease. I am a person. It is the most responsive and humanizing medical care I have ever received.
Laurel J. Forbes, Intel Technology Engineer; patient since 2003
Benefits of Membership
As a member of GreenField Health, you enjoy a deeper relationship with your clinician, greater access to care, and overall better healthcare.
Convenient locations for Intel employees
GreenField has two offices: the Westside office is located on Barnes Road, near Providence-St. Vincent; the Eastside office is in the Lloyd District at 700 NE Multnomah.
Call: (503) 292-9560
Dr. Ian Horner, DO
Medical Director | Family Medicine
GreenField Health Westside Provider | Dr Ian Horner believes that doctors' visits should not be a finger wag and a list of do's and don'ts. He says "my best days as a physician are spent sharing in the joys, as well as the struggles, of life with the people around me. In the practice of medicine, I believe preventive medicine is most important." Ian believes this is achieved through a balance of educating, negotiating common goals, and communicating openly. With all his patients, his goal is to aid, teach, and enable them to live their healthiest lives.