Sick? We provide evaluation, basic care and can prescribe medication for common acute illnesses such as sinus and ear infections.
Chiropractic and Acupuncture
At most clinics we offer both chiropractic and acupuncture services.
We can prescribe refills of non‑controlled chronic medications. If you are a current patient and need a prescription refill, call the clinic at 971-261-6128, and leave the following information. Please speak slowly and clearly and spell out your name and the name of your prescription.
- your name
- your date of birth
- your phone number
- the name of your prescription
- the name of your pharmacy
- and the location of your pharmacy
A provider will review your chart and, if appropriate, call in your refill to the pharmacy. Please call your pharmacy 48 hours after leaving this message to follow up on your refill.
Hurt? We provide basic treatment and can prescribe medication for non-life-threatening injuries.
We provide lifestyle counseling to help improve fitness, lose weight, and control diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes.
We provide screening for limited dental services (performed on separate days from clinic) and dental referrals.
Our free lab services include testing for strep, pregnancy, urine, blood glucose.
We offer assistance with resources such as health insurance, meeting basic needs, and financial assistance with prescription costs.
Our caring staff will provide spiritual care for any who desire it.
We do Not Provide:
At this time, we are not able to provide:
- Well-woman exams, including Pap smears and nonsurgical gynecology.
- Removals of moles, warts, cysts and skin cancers.
- Vaccinations: most referred to health department, although flu shots are available in the fall and winter on a limited basis.
- Contraception (referred to health department).
- Other labs and radiology testing may be ordered at the hospital or other locations, but we do not have funding to cover them.
- Prescription or refill of controlled substances, including, but not limited to, narcotics (such as Vicodin or Percocet), benzodiazepines (such as Ativan, Lorazapam, or Klonopin), stimulants (such as Ritalin), or Tramadol (Ultram).