General Surgery Just For Children
From the routine to the most complex
If your child must have surgery, it can be an unsettling time. But when you place your trust in Randall Children’s General Surgery, you are ensuring the best possible care from experts focused on helping children and their families through surgery and on to recovery.
Our surgeons and surgical care team are experienced in all levels of surgery, from the routine to the complex. We offer the same advanced level of care and compassion no matter the type of surgery your child is having. Whether it’s a procedure in our Day Surgery or a more advanced surgery that requires an overnight or extended stay, you will find that our healing environment promotes peace of mind for you, your child and other family members.
Randall Children’s General Surgery is experienced in neonatal surgery, congenital abnormalities (for example, umbilical hernia), cancerous and non-cancerous tumors, trauma surgery, and more. Our patients are newborns, babies, children, teens and young adults. Their families rely on us for surgical excellence in a warm and caring environment.
Among the conditions we treat:
As part of our commitment to comprehensive care, we will work closely with your pediatrician, referring physician and any pediatric specialists as needed. Your family will be part of our team as we reach the best possible outcome for your child.
Cynthia Gingalewski, M.D., medical director, surgical services
Marilyn Butler, M.D.
Mubeen Jafri, M.D.
Kelli A. Kolstad, CPNP
Katrine Lofberg, M.D.
Alicia McIntire, PNP
Randall Children's General Surgery
Legacy Emanuel Medical Center
Medical Office Building 2
501 N. Graham St., Suite 300
Portland, OR 97227
Clinic Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
After hours: On-call physician available 24/7
We have outreach clinic locations in Bend and Salem. Not all of our physicians work at these clinics. Please call 503-413-4300 to see if one of these clinics would work for you.
Our goal is to make surgery as stress-free as possible for you and your child. The following links offer helpful information about scheduling and preparing for surgery.
MyHealth gives you access to your child's medical records. View test results, diagnoses, medications, follow-up instructions, make an appointment and more.