Dr. Molly O’Neill ND, LAc, Co-owner of Bloom Natural Healthcare grew up in rural Vermont and learned early on the importance of fresh air, healthy local food, exercise and a deep connection with nature. As a pre-med student at McGill University in Montreal, Molly found herself searching for something beyond conventional medicine. In 1997, on a canoe trip in Northern Quebec, she learned about Naturopathic medicine. A few years later, she started ND medical school at the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR. After earning a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) and a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine at NCNM, she decided to plant her roots in Portland and continue to enjoy the joys of the Northwest.
As a doctor, she strives to provide quality health care, while establishing and maintaining a deep and caring relationship with each of her patients. With the goal of overall wellness always in mind, she always takes the time to listen, educate and collaborate with her patients. She enjoys creating treatments that are effective and manageable, holistic and sustainable. She believes that ultimately each person has the ability to heal his- or herself, and she is here to guide and support you through the process.
She centers her practice around Women’s Health, Endocrinology, Fertility, Menopause, Mental-emotional Issues and Pain Management. She treats both acute and chronic conditions, as well as providing preventative medicine like annual exams for women. When she is not able to help you with a certain problem, she has a reputable referral network and will make sure that you find the care that you need. She strives to provide healthcare that combines standard-of-care conventional medicine and natural, holistic and meaningful healing.
When she is not doctoring, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, mothering her three kids, playing outside, gardening, soaking in hot water, and rock hunting at the coast and rivers.
Dr.O’Neill is currently accepting new patients. She is also available to work with people outside of the Portland Metro Area, via phone and video chat.