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Lifestyle and Wellness Medical Doctor in Oregon's City of Roses

Meet Dr. Christabeth Boyd

Family Medicine & Community Medicine

Dr. Christabeth Boyd is a family doctor currently practicing in Southeast Portland, Oregon. She lives in the neighborhood where she practices with her family. She lives with her husband, Berto Boyd, who is an accomplished concert guitarist and her daughter, Vida, who is a student in the neighborhood school, Abernethy Elementary.


She was born and raised in Cebu, Philippines and immigrated to the United States in her mid-twenties for residency training in Penn State University. After residency, she settled in Ventura, California where she met and married her husband. In 2012, the family moved to Oregon and has now made Portland their home since 2017. 


She enjoys travel, photography, and reading. She is also active in the community, volunteering at her daughter’s school and advocating for human rights in various local organizations.​

Meet Dr. Boyd
Why Portland Doctor?

Why Portland Doctor?

More about Dr. Boyd

Going Back to Basics

Dr. Christabeth Boyd believes in going back to basics in medical care. She wants to bring back the small town family doctor type care in her medical practice. This is why she is practicing where she lives and hopes to connect with people who live in the area, spend time with them to meet their healthcare needs and be a partner in their health.


Lifestyle Medicine

Preventive Medicine


Training, Education and Certification

Board Certification

American Board of Family Medicine

Board Certified since 2007



Penn State University Family and Community Medicine 2004 -2005



Penn State University Family and Community Medicine 2005 - 2007

Chief Resident 2006 - 2007



University of Minnesota

Fairview Medical Center, Neurology Program


Medical School

Cebu Institute of Medicine

Doctor of Medicine

Class of 2000

Research Experience

NYU Age and Dementia Research Center

Clinical Research Fellow 


Low Birthweight Project

Researcher in a consortium of 15 family medicine residency programs collaborating under the auspices of the National March of Dimes to investigate ways to reduce the incidence of preterm and/or low birth weight infants


Linezolid Use for Treatment of Multi-drug Resistant and Extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis, New York City 2007

Research Assistant

New York Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, Bureau of Tuberculosis Control

Languages Spoken

English, Filipino, and Cebuano

Clinic Policies

Clinic Policies

Appointments and Cancellations

Appointments can be booked online (preferred method) on or over the phone by calling 503-673-3400.

With the COVID-19 pandemic video or virtual visits (telehealth) are now available. Please check with your health insurance company as to your coverage. 


If you can, please let us know the reason that you wish to see the doctor as this will help us prepare for your visit and provide adequate time for you. 


Please arrive on time for your appointment as the office will strive hard to see you on your appointed time. If you arrive late, you can still be seen but only during the allotted time of your visit to respect the next patient. You may be rescheduled if there is not ample time.


If you are unable to make your appointment please give us 24 hours cancellation notice. There will be a charge of $ 75.00 for all missed appointments not canceled within the 24 hour period and will be billed to you. This will need to be paid before another appointment can be made.


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Contact Info



Portland, OR 97214, USA

*There is only street parking for this location

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