We’re open, safe, and here to take care of you and your family
As healthcare providers, we at The Oregon Clinic put 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 need.
With Governor Brown’s announcement that non-emergency medical procedures can start again May 1, we have begun reopening for select procedures at most of our clinic locations.
We also offer virtual visits (telehealth). Please call your clinic to speak with a scheduler, who will help determine whether your appointment can be a virtual visit or if an in-person appointment would be better for you.
Making sure our patients & staff are healthy & safe
We are putting extra measures in place to make sure patients and staff are safe at our clinics:
- Daily temperature and symptom checks for all staff, onsite patients and guests.
- Adding time between procedures to allow for extra cleaning, in addition to our normal sanitizing and disinfecting processes.
- Reducing physical contact between our team members and patients.
- Having patients and guests bring a mask and wear it while at the clinic.
- Staff wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) while caring for patients, including masks and, when needed, gowns and face shields.
- Reducing guests in the waiting room by limiting friends and family at appointments.
- Limiting use of “touch points” such as card readers. This may mean collecting co-pays by phone before the visit.
What you can do to stay healthy
- If you have a cough or shortness of breath, fever, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat or new loss of taste or smell, please call the office before coming to your appointment.
- Please maintain a 6-foot distance between you and others in our waiting rooms and lobbies.
- All patients must wear a mask—please bring one with you to your visits and keep it securely attached around your nose and mouth for your entire visit.