West Salem Medical Clinic
The West Salem Medical Clinic is a Community Health Center partially federally-funded under Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act. Grant funding helps us provide comprehensive primary healthcare services to individuals and families with incomes under the Federal Poverty Level at an affordable cost.
The clinic serves patients who are “underinsured”, i.e., those with the Oregon Health Plan or Medicare, as well as the uninsured. Many of the clinic’s patients experience other barriers in accessing healthcare as well. For example, our patients may be homeless or not speak English; they may be disabled, or lack transportation. Our mission is to help individuals overcome these barriers to care.
In fiscal year 2012-2013, West Salem Clinic and Total Health Community Clinics provided care to 10,386 patients totaling 32,742 visits.
If you are interested in helping
Northwest Human Services and West Salem Medical Clinic expand
services to additional needy individuals, see our "How
You Can Help" page.