Thomas P. Huber MD
4.6 / 5
Sunnybrook Medical Offices
9900 SE Sunnyside Rd.
Clackamas, OR 97015

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Rating Details Details
Overall Score
  • 4.6
    Wait Time
  • 4.7
    Included in Decisions
  • 4.6
    Concern for Worries
  • 4.7
  • 4.5
    Time with Patient

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About Reviews

  • 44 Ratings

I appreciate *Dr. Huber - he talks with me about my condition and options for treatment. I feel he is concerned and wants to inform me and include me in decisions about my care.

October 22, 2018

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*Dr. Huber was very professional and answered all my questions.

July 19, 2018

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*Dr. Harbor always takes time to explain things to me and make sure I am included in decisions. I appreciate his friendly yet professional manner.

April 24, 2018

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Dr. was very willing to spend time talking to me about my condition. I left feeling like I understood.

April 17, 2017

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*Dr. Huber was extremely sensitive to the procedure I needed and ... the urgency required. He talked very plain & up front it what was going off he is a plain - up front doctor - no bars held back - he told it to me up front how thing were - I like that - ... & left me fully informed.

January 20, 2017

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Dr. was new to system but experienced in his field. He and his assistant were helpful and attentive.

October 21, 2016

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As a 5th grader, I appropriated my older brother's high school biology textbook, and I was hooked: I knew I wanted to be a physician. I completed my residency at the University of Illinois in Internal Medicine before serving my Gastroenterology fellowship at the University of Michigan. Fiber-optic endoscopy was first developed at UM, and while there I had the honor of meeting some of the people who were instrumental in this technological achievement. As an amateur astronomer and photographer, optics have always fascinated me, and the ability to examine the "inner space

About my practice

When I was an intern and resident, Dr. Donald Rager was my mentor and program director. He gave new interns a talk titled "The Golden Early Moments," which went something like this: "Be quiet for 10 minutes and listen; the patient is handing you the diagnosis. Then ask some clarifying questions and do an examination. After that, if you don't have a diagnosis, you're in deep trouble." I have found this to be true. Once a physician starts asking questions, objectivity is lost. Not infrequently, a member's offhand remark provides the missing link to a diagnosis.

How I thrive

I enjoy amateur astronomy, photography, astrophotography, and photomicrography. While in Wisconsin, I tried my hand at brewing beer and making cheese--a silly idea, considering Wisconsin is famous for both, and both are done better by experts. Subsequently, I took up keelboat sailing at the University of Wisconsin's Hoofer Sailing Club, which I hope to continue. I also enjoy cycling and own a recumbent bike.

Medical School ?

University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria

Medical Training ?

University of Michigan
Ann Arbor MI

Internal Medicine
University of Illinois
Peoria IL

Board Certification ?

Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine

American Board of Internal Medicine