Dear Patients and Friends:
It is with mixed emotions that after 32 years providing eye care at EyeHealth Northwest I am planning to retire at the end of 2019. I will continue to see patients through December, and plan to stop performing cataract surgery in August 2019. It has been my great honor and privilege to have served you – while I have thoroughly enjoyed the practice of ophthalmology it is the social interaction and the many topics I have learned from you during my career that I will miss most.
Establishing care with a new doctor can be a difficult transition. With this in mind, and as we have opened a new location in Wilsonville I am pleased to recommend two well qualified physicians joining our practice in August. Michael Page, MD and Amy Tong, MD will be seeing patients in our four locations. Both are fellowship trained corneal specialists in ophthalmology and I have great confidence in their skills. Additionally, my present partners are also available to assume your eyecare needs in the future if you prefer. I will be transitioning my continuing care patients over the next six months to Dr. Tong and Dr. Page, or if preferred to any of my practice partners. You can reach our office at 503-227-2020 to schedule your appointment at our Portland, Peterkort, Tigard or Wilsonville offices.
While I very much enjoy ophthalmic practice, I am pleased to explore new opportunities as I leave EyeHealth Northwest. I plan to increase volunteer medical services, such as tattoo removal at Outside In for young adults. I have served on various nonprofit human services boards and hope to expand my work in that area. I enjoy physical fitness, cycling, running and look forward to traveling with my wife and family more. And, as I’ve told many of you: being a ski host at Timberline is my dream volunteer activity, so I may see you on the slopes!
Thank you for the many years of friendship and trust. The art of medicine is helping everyone age well at their best possible capacity, and I wish all of you the gift of good health. I am confident you will be in excellent hands with the doctors and staff at EyeHealth Northwest.
My best to all of you,
Robert W. Bentley, MD
|Residency in Ophthalmology
University of Texas Health Sciences Center
|Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center Portland, Oregon|
|Doctor of Medicine
Oregon Health Sciences University
|Bachelor of Microbiology
College of Honors, Oregon State University
|Oregon Board of Medical Examiners, MD14177|
|1984||Federal Licensing Examination|
|1988||American Board of Ophthalmology|
|Legacy Portland Hospitals||Chair, Division of Ophthalmology, Holladay Park Hospital, 1991-92|
|Portland Hospital Department of Ophthalmology Subcommittee for Quality Assessment and Surgical Technology Assessment|
|Portland Hospital Ophthalmology Section Committee for Credentialing and Quality Assessment|
|Portland Hospital Ophthalmology Section Committee for Quality Assessment|
|U.S. Veterans Administration Hospital, Portland||Clinical Attending and Consulting Physician|
|Oregon Health Sciences University||Clinical Instructor, Ophthalmology|
|Multnomah Medical Society|
|Oregon Medical Association|
|American Academy of Ophthalmology|
1955 NW Northrup St
Portland, OR 97209
Phone : (503) 227-2020
Barnes Road Office
9555 SW Barnes Rd, Suite 201
Portland, OR 97225
Phone : (503) 227-2020
15298 SW Royalty Pkwy
Tigard, OR 97224
Phone : (503) 227-2020
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As part of your examination with us today, your pupils may be dilated. With dilation, most people experience light sensitivity and difficulty with near vision (such as reading). Some individuals also have difficulty seeing in the distance. The effects of the dilation can last several hours.
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Dr. Bentley is the most competent ophthamologist I have ever encountered! - Tigard patient survey
Dr. Bentley always goes above and beyone all expectations for a physician - always willing to stay and answer all my questions. - Peterkort patient survey
Dr. Bentley is an excellent physician and has given wonderful care to myself and my family over the years! - Northwest patient survey
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