Meet Dr. Julie T. Crawford

Developing close relationships by putting her patients' needs first is what defines Dr. Crawford as a top women’s physician.

Womens Clinic Portland
 

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You know you're doing something right when your patient tells you that she looks forward to coming to her gynecology appointment.

Each day I am thankful for the opportunity to treat someone’s mother, daughter, wife, partner, friend or loved one. I believe in approaching every patient with compassion and kindness, and promise to provide high quality and individualized care. The privilege of earning your patient's trust is one of the greatest rewards I'll have as a physician.

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Julie T. Crawford, M.D.

 

Working for Women’s Health

Dr. Crawford uses her experience and superior knowledge to bring unsurpassed care to those who visit our women’s clinic in Portland.

  • Board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist.
  • Received her medical degree in 2003 from the University of Arizona College of Medicine (in Tucson).
 
  • Alpha Omega Alpha Honor society.
  • Performed her residency at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland.
 

‘‘Visit with Dr. Crawford, she is very friendly, patient, always smiling, in a perfect mood, comfortable atmosphere.’’

Leah R.

Dedicated to the Cause

Dr. Crawford views and treats patients as a member of the WHCCO family by getting to know them personally. Learn about our passionate doctor below.

Family First

As a mother of two, Dr. Crawford balances work with her family life. She draws on this experience when advising patients about family planning and health.

 

Supporting the Community

It is most definitely not all work and no play at our office. In her spare time, Dr. Crawford enjoys hitting the slopes, cheering on her beloved Portland Timbers, and supporting the Guide Dogs for the Blind in Boring, OR.

 

Fully Committed

Dr. Crawford believes in providing quality and personalized care to her patients, with a focus on communication and empowerment.

 

Meet Dr. Crawford in person.

 

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