COVID-19 Safety Update
In response to the latest COVID-19 restrictions, we are shifting how we provide care to help you stay at home and stay safe. Primary care clients will continue to be offered a video or phone appointment (telemedicine) with some exceptions, for example well-child visits and immunizations. Call 503-988-5558 for an appointment. You will be scheduled for a telemedicine appointment. If your care team thinks an office visit is needed, they will contact you.
Multnomah County provides low-cost family health care at seven locations. We provide care to all Multnomah County residents, including those who are low-income and uninsured.
- Adult healthcare
- Children’s care
- Women's health
- Birth control
- Pregnancy testing
- Prenatal care
- Mental health
- Refugee screening
Pharmacy, dental and WIC services are also available at some locations. All locations have someone who can assist you with applying for the Oregon Health Plan.
Call 503.988.5558, Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 5:30 pm. If you're already a patient you can schedule an appointment online»
To keep patients and staff safe from COVID-19, many clinics are now providing video visits using MyChart»
COVID-19 Testing & Treatment
If you have questions about COVID-19 or want to speak with your doctor, please call 503-988-5558 for an appointment.
- If you have COVID-19 symptoms and you are already a patient of a county clinic, you can get tested at East, Northeast or Mid County Clinics.
- If you are not a patient of a county clinic, you can get tested at East County Clinic or another COVID-19 community test site. You do not need to be a clinic patient to get tested at these sites. Call 503-988-8939 for an appointment.
There is no cost for COVID-19 tests at these clinics.
Many clinics have staff who speak Spanish and other languages. Interpretation is available for:
- And over 50 other languages
Interpreters will be scheduled when the appointment is made.
After Hours Care
Advice Line 503-988-5558
Call for questions when clinics are closed. They can tell you if you need to be seen if you’re not sure.Emergency Care
For life-threatening emergency conditions, such as:
- Chest pain
- Difficulty breathing
- Bleeding that will not stop
- Head injuries
Call 911 for a paramedic/ambulance, or go to the emergency room.
At the emergency room, people with serious conditions are seen first. If you’re not there for something life-threatening, it can take hours to be seen. Open all day and night, every day of the week.
Other Local Health Clinics
About Our Grantee
The Multnomah County Community Health Center program is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $9,642,194 with 93.5% financed with non-HRSA sources.
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