Portland Public Schools 105 sub-sites) - Portland Low Cost Clinic

  • 501 N. Dixon
  • Portland OR, 97227
  • Contact Phone: 503-916-2000
  • Services: Dental Care Services, Enabling Services, Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services, Obstetrical and Gynecological Care, Other Professional Services, Primary Medical Care, Specialty Medical Care
  • Remarks: Year round

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  • Portland Public Schools
    • Location: Portland, OR - 97227-1804 | 0 mile away
    • Contact Phone: 503-916-2000
    • Remarks: Community Health, School Based Health Center, Health Care for the Homeless
    • Details: At Portland Public Schools, this is our goal: By the end of elementary, middle and high school, every student by name will meet or exceed academic standards and will be fully prepared to make productive life decisions. Portland Public Schools is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
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    • Remarks: Year round
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    • Remarks: Health Care for the Homeless
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    • Remarks: HOC
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    • Contact Phone: 503-294-1681
    • Remarks: Health Care for the Homeless
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    • Remarks: Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless
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    • Remarks: Health Care for the Homeless
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    • Remarks: Health Care for the Homeless
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