CARES NW CENTER - Portland Low Cost Clinic

  • 2800 N Vancouver Ave Ste 201
  • Portland OR, 97227-1648
  • Contact Phone: 503-331-2400
  • Website: http://www.co.multnomah.or.us
  • Remarks: Community Health, School Based Health Center, Health Care for the Homeless, Urban Area, Seasonal Clinic, Seasonal, Part-Time (open 20 hours per week)

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    • Location: Portland, OR - 97227-1541 | 0.1 mile away
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    • Remarks: Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless
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    • Contact Phone: 503-287-4932
    • Remarks: Hours: Thursday Walk-In Clinic 5:30 - 8:30 pm. We are open on a walk-in basis. We start check-in at 4:30 and clinicians begin seeing patients at 6:00 pm.; We offer Monday evening appointments for established patients
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    • Contact Phone: 503-282-1975
    • Remarks: Community Health, School Based Health Center, Health Care for the Homeless
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