Troy C. Stoeber, MD, LLC, provides accessible, responsive, compassionate pediatric healthcare to families in our community. Our family-centered medical home strives to establish trust, foster good health, and provide quality care in a friendly, supportive environment.
Skill, compassion, respect, trust
Good health is a growth journey influenced by many factors including quality healthcare. I honor that journey in my role as a medical resource, empowering families by providing them with information that will benefit their child. The cornerstone of my philosophy is reinforcing healthy decisions we make together.
1. Understand that pediatric healthcare is delivered in the context of a family
2. Constantly seek to understand the needs of the families we serve
3. Recognize that a team consisting of a child, family, medical provider, and community must work together to achieve optimum health
4. Unwavering commitment to our core values
By applying our core values to our vision of healthcare, a broader definition of health emerges. In addition to medical health including health maintenance and restoration from disease, we promote overall health by supporting families’ healthy habits, attitudes, and activities. We believe a healthy medical home is achieved when emphasis is placed on education, citizenship, physical fitness, nutrition, service, and sustainable environmental stewardship.
Doctor of Medicine
Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska (1998)
University of Kansas at Wichita (2002)
American Board of Pediatrics
Newborn privileges at Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center – Oregon City
Areas of interest:
Parent support, asthma, ADHD, sports medicine
The motif of the practice is a growth journey symbolized by the overland trek of the American pioneer. Experience has shown that many new parents experience the same historic feelings as adventurers preparing for a long and meaningful journey; a journey filled with opportunity, unseen pitfalls, challenges, and rewards. A child's healthcare journey similarly requires integrity, creativity, trust, and teamwork to achieve success.
The color and symbolism of the practice represents a healthy relationship with and respect for the outdoors. This attitude of stewardship is an invitation for families to utilize the recreational opportunities of the natural world; an experience Dr. Stoeber feels is healthy and beneficial.
The motto, "growing home," is the identification of the setting in which our growth journey occurs. Chidren's healthcare exists in the context of their family, and the "comforts of home" promote good health. The most recent medical models of care emphsize the need for a "medical home." (The motto "growing home," sounds like the phrase "going home," which everyone likes to do.) Adding a new baby to a family represents growth in numbers, and Dr. Stoeber's practice represents a healthy place for that growth to occur. Finally, the setting of Dr. Stoeber's practice, the Oregon City Pediatric Building, itself resembles a "home" and has the motto, "Where children are always at home."
Our symbols: a pine cone and evergreen tree.
The colors: green and white.
The motto: “growing home”
Vision for Healthcare
Vision for Comprehensive Health