For most people, the spring and summer months are a beautiful time, with the beginning of warm weather and blooming flowers. But for the 50 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies, it can also mean misery: watery eyes, itchy throat, runny nose, and sneezing.
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As physicians and healthcare providers, we at The Oregon Clinic dedicate our lives to taking care of our community. As caregivers, the horrifying video of George Floyd’s killing, as well as the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, have profoundly affected all in our organization. Actions, such as this brutal one in Minneapolis and the reactions of protest that we’ve witnessed, are symptoms of the longstanding struggles of social and economic injustice and racism. The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified these inequalities in America, and throughout the world.
As healthcare providers, we at The Oregon Clinic puts the well-being of our patients and our staff first. So, we are glad to be able to once again serve our patients with the care you and your family’s needs.
With Governor Brown’s announcement that non-emergency medical procedures can start again as of May 1, we will begin reopening for some procedures at most of our clinic locations.
When it comes to your health, we want to make sure you’re receiving the best quality care possible. That includes working with your other healthcare providers to make communicating about your care as easy and convenient as possible.
That’s why The Oregon Clinic is excited to now offer eConsults to primary care providers and other specialists.
eConsults are an easy and convenient way for healthcare providers to access to our Board-Certified specialist doctors as we find new ways to work together remotely.