YVFWC Salud Medical Center - Woodburn Community Health Center
1175 Mount Hood Ave
Woodburn OR, 97071
Contact Phone:(503) 982-2000
Clinic Details:Salud Medical Center prides itself on making a difference for families living in Oregon's mid-Willamette Valley. Our health care team is committed to providing quality health services for you and your family. We offer extended-hours medical care; immunizations; diagnosis and treatment of chronic illness; maternity care; women’s health care; well child and adolescent care including immunizations and school or sports physicals and more. We consider dental care to be an important part of your family’s healthcare and offer services for adults and children. With an on-site pharmacy, medical laboratory, as well as radiology, and WIC nutrition services, we make make your healthcare as convenient as possible.
Services:Medical Care; Immunizations; Diagnosis And Treatment Of Chronic Illness; Maternity Care; Women's Health Care; Well Child and Adolescent Care including Immunizations and School or Sports Physicals; Dental Care; Pharmacy; Laboratory; Radiology; WIC
Details: Planned Parenthood is one of the nation’s leading providers of high-quality, affordable health care, and the nation’s largest provider of sex education. With or without insurance, you can always come to us for your health care.
Details: NWHS’ Connection Program serves Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard-of-Hearing residents of Marion and Polk Counties and surrounding areas, providing counseling, case management, and other services. Our highly skilled and professional staff provide assistance with the challenges faced by those with hearing loss, including communication issues, adjustment to hearing loss, and general counseling. Services are individualized to each person’s specific needs. Additionally, Connection offers services at no charge to Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard-of-Hearing clients who have been victims of crime. If you have been, or know someone who is deaf and has been a victim of a crime, Connection staff can provide counseling, case management, and advocacy services, as well as assistance in applying for victims’ benefits. Our Connections team is specially selected for their ability to communicate effectively with this special population with compassion and respect. This means not only being fluent in American Sign Language, it also means understanding the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing culture including the barriers and special challenges they face.
Details: As Federally Qualified Community Health Centers, our focus is on serving low-income, homeless and un-insured or under-insured individuals and families. We offer a sliding scale fee program based on income and family size to ensure that nobody is turned away due to their inability to pay. The medical clinics are fully integrated with our mental health and dental clinics offering patients quality coordinated care. Our clinics employ highly qualified, well-trained medical providers including physicians, physicians assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, psychiatrists, counselors, behaviorists and an on-site pharmacy consultant, each bringing with them a passion for serving our community.