Badia Jabbour, MD, is a board-certified pediatrician and founder of Kids First Pediatric Clinic, LLC, in West Linn, Oregon. She has over 20 years of experience caring for newborns, babies, kids, and adolescents, guiding them with compassion to improve their physical and mental wellness.
Dr. Jabbour received her medical degree from Aleppo University School of Medicine in 1990, and completed her training and internship at Rush University Medical College. In addition, she pursued residency at NYU Langone Hospital. She is affiliated with the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Oregon Medical Association, Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, as well as Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center.
Since 1988, Dr. Jabbour has managed her own practice. She believes in the value of an active and healthy lifestyle, and is passionate about awareness programs like “Safe Route to School,” a movement that strives to make it safe and easy for students to walk or bike to their schools.
Dr. Jabbour became so inspired by this program that she started her own “Marathon Kids” program in her office. For patients who log their mileage either by walking, running, or cycling, and reach the marathon goal of 26.2 miles, she awards them with gift certificates as her way of honoring positive lifestyle habits.
As a proud mother of three children, Dr. Jabbour can relate to parents when it comes to the health and well-being of their children. She currently resides in West Linn, Oregon, and is an active member of the community, enjoying outdoor activities like hiking, cycling, and traveling.