Please schedule your appointments in Portland/Milwaukie office (503-235-6589) or Eugene (541-344-9658) for efficient
availability of services.
Milwaukie (Portland), OR appointments October, 15th, November 12th,
December 17th, January 14th, & February 18th, 2016-17. You may always make appointments in Eugene,
OR for your band adjustments.
Dr Kelly is on sabbatical
from February 27th- April, 1 2017. Please contact Dr Tersini in Coos Bay or your PCP for emergency unfills during
this sabbatical period.
Dr. Fitzpatrick sees many gastric band clients for support and education regarding nutritional and emotional concerns and
other chronic medical conditions (genreal medical care requires contracting for these services i.e. labs, xrays, PE etc)
With general medical evaluations, each patient receives a comprehensive interview, physical examination and relevant laboratory
work-up (additional charge). Based on this information, Dr. Fitzpatrick recommends an appropriate treatment program
focused on optimizing the body's overall well being and the prevention of disease.
supports working in conjunction with other medical practitioners to establish an integrated approach to your medical care.
Dr Fitzpatrick encourages bandster clients to work with their general practitioners as their PCPs, unless they have indicated
their preferences and undergone a general medical evaluation with physical exam and labs in conjunction with Dr Fitzpatrick
as their PCP.
The World's Healthiest Foods George Mateljan
Detox Dieting Nicole Grimes
"Dr. Fitzpatrick was great! I really really
liked her. I will definitely be going back. She took plenty of time not only talking about band stuff but just getting to
know you and see how else she can help. Very nice place.
I am happy to get such a good first fill because many say
they don't even feel any restriction until the 2nd or 3rd.
Just wanted to let you know how it went and send a big two
thumbs up for Dr. Kelly Fitzpatrick (in Portland)!"
"I had a fill done a few days ago by
"Dr. Kelly" and she was wonderful. It was my first fill and I was pretty nervous. A big needle in my midsection?
Oh. My. God. She had a good sense of humor and suggested I not look, so I didn't. It was kind of like getting an IV - you
feel it going in, but that's it. Since she was a chemo nurse before she was a doc and our port was originally make for chemo
treatments, she really knew what she was doing.
Dr. Kelly is a naturopathic physician (ND) and her office was a whole
lot nicer than a typical MD's office. It had gurgling fountains and real nice art and quiet music. Very relaxing.
impressed me most was her obvious facility with the port, and her ability to do things quickly and painlessly. I thoroughly