As a PGY2s and 3s, you'll spend most of your time at St. Charles Critical Access Hospital in Madras with experience at the below continuity clinics.
Continuity Clinic Sites
St. Charles Family Care provides Jefferson County (population: 24,500) and the surrounding area with comprehensive family medical care close to home aimed at treating the whole patient. The clinic is a five-star Oregon Health Authority Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) that treats patients of all ages, offering routine and preventive care, acute and sick visits, women’s health and prenatal care, mental health care, occupational medicine, and more.
The clinic is located within St. Charles Madras, a 25-bed critical access hospital providing surgical services, a Family Birthing Center, as well as medical, emergency, and intensive care. Visiting physicians provide services including orthopedic, cardiology, general surgery, and dermatologic care.
- 17.5% American Indian and Alaska Native
- 19.8% Hispanic or Latino
- 62.7% White or non-Hispanic
Mosaic Community Health – Madras Health Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center serving Jefferson County. Mosaic Community Health is a nonprofit community health center that serves Central Oregonians from all walks of life. Through a network of more than a dozen clinics, Mosaic offers integrated health services that address each patient’s medical, dental, behavioral health, nutrition, and medication needs. Mosaic's care is never influenced by how much money our patients make, what language they speak, or the status of their insurance coverage. Mosaic Community Health provides quality care for all.
The Warm Springs Health and Wellness Center's mission is to provide an innovative, caring, and diverse healthcare system that is trusted and responsive to the needs of our community. The WSHWC is a primary ambulatory care clinic that is dedicated to providing quality healthcare to all eligible American Indians and Alaska Natives. As part of that dedication, we maintain accreditation through the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, and are also recognized by AAAHC as a Patient Centered Medical Home.
WSHWC is a primary care clinic that offers medical, dental, optometry, pharmacy, laboratory, radiology and podiatry services. It is the goal of the Wellness Center to assist our patients in promoting and improving the health of the Warm Springs community to the highest level. Equally important is our staff's commitment to the prevention of illness and injury.
We work collaboratively with the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Health Programs to provide seamless care and to ensure effective and high quality healthcare that is responsive to the needs of the CTWS communities. The WSHWC is involved in numerous health promotion programs that encourage our patients to be active participants in their own healthcare.
The Warm Springs Health and Wellness Center employs over 100 individuals who are both federal Civil and Commissioned Corp staff.
Located in the plateaus and river valleys of northern Jefferson County, Warm Springs offers a wide variety of outdoor experiences. Lake Billy Chinook lies to the southern border, while the western and northwestern borders back up against the scenic beauty of the Cascade Mountains. Fishing, camping, hiking, boating, rafting, skiing and golfing are some of the outdoor activities this area has to offer. Most of these activities are within reasonable driving distance from Warm Springs. Individuals are welcomed to immerse themselves in the culture of Warm Springs by either visiting the Museum at Warm Springs or by attending cultural events held throughout the year.
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