Discover Kaiser Permanente in:

Oregon/SW Washington

Designed for Life

Technology powers compassionate, person-centered care on the westside.

Care when and where you need it. That’s our promise. As the westside grows, we’re growing with it with two new developments in Beaverton and Hillsboro. They will be the first medical and dental offices in the Northwest to realize Kaiser Permanente’s vision for the future: person-centered care for body, mind, and spirit — powered by innovation.

designeforlifeimage ribboncutting 4.3

Now open: Tanasbourne Medical and Dental Office

Our newest office offers specialty medical and dental care under one roof: addiction medicine, dental, dermatology, mental health, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech therapy.


On March 15, more than 100 guests from the Hillsboro community, city officials, and Kaiser Permanente leaders and staff came together for a ceremonial ribbon cutting and presented a donation to the Community Action Organization ushering in the state-of-the-art facility and celebrating its impact on the local community.

Get to know Tanasbourne: the Public Square

Tanasbourne is the first realization in the Northwest of Kaiser Permanente’s vision for the future of health care. We would like to introduce you to a few of the unique features you’ll find here, each designed with you and your care in mind. The Public Square is the heart of the medical office. We invite you to relax here until we call you for your appointment.


Learn more about the features of Tanasbourne

Exterior of Kaiser Permanente medical facility.

Designed and built to help you thrive

The three-floor, 90,000-square-foot Beaverton facility, which will replace the current facility that opened nearly 50 years ago, combines an innovative use of space with the latest technology to make your visit more convenient more personal. It is slated to open in spring 2019.


Take a virtual tour. external page    See a real-time view of our progress. external page

Interior of medical facility with plenty of natural light.

Technology and patient-centered care

The modern design of our new medical and dental offices includes waiting areas that educate, engage, and inspire wellness. Text alerts that “your provider is ready to see you now” let you move around the building before your appointment. Larger exam rooms are designed to be less clinical and more conversational, and digital screens let your provider share notes and display other medical information.