Starting March 23, we are making changes to our primary care and dental services to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
- We will provide most medical appointments by telemedicine. This is when a care provider offers medical advice and treatment by phone.
- Services will be consolidated at fewer clinic sites. All other medical and dental clinics are closed.
Offering more telemedicine appointments will ensure that clients can still access care, while making it easier for everyone to stay home and stay safe.
How Telemedicine Works
- Your provider will call you to confirm whether your next appointment will be by phone or in-person.
- For a phone appointment, your provider will call you at your scheduled time.
- Your provider will determine if you need an in-person visit after taking to you over the phone.
- If you do require an in-person visit and you have an active cough or fever, you will be asked to wear a mask as soon as you arrive.
These clinics will remain open, with appointments provided by telemedicine whenever possible. Call 503-988-5558 for an appointment.
- East County Health Center
- Mid County Health Center
- Northeast Health Center
- Health Services Center
Student Health Centers
Parkrose Student Health Center will remain open, with most medical appointments provided by telemedicine whenever possible. Call 503-988-3392 for an appointment.
The East County Dental Clinic will remain open for urgent dental care only. Examples include:
- Tooth pain
- Serious injury to the face that damages your teeth, gums or the bones in your face
- Swelling in your mouth or gums
All routine or non-urgent dental appointments, such as dental cleaning, will be rescheduled.
To make an appointment call your home dental clinic. New patients should call 503-988-5558.
Open 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at all locations.
Mail order prescriptions not available. If you’re sick, staff will help coordinate an alternative pick-up option.