CARING FOR EACH OTHER
Providing free healthcare to the under-insured and uninsured in Clackamas County
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Thursday 5:00 – 9:00
Monday 1:00 – 5:00
Wednesday 5:00 – 8:00
COVID – 19 Updates
Hello friends and patients of the clinic. We have some information to pass on to you regarding COVID-19 and how we are addressing care currently.
If you have symptoms, please stay at home and call the Clinic between the hours of 11am – 4pm on Tuesday and Wednesday, or 4pm – 6pm on Thursday to speak to the advise nurse.
Si usted tiene síntomas leves, por favor, regrese a casa y llámanos entre las horas de 11am-4pm Martes y Miércoles, y 4pm-6pm Jueves para hablar con une enfermera de conseja.
If you are experiencing breathing problems or high fever go to the Emergency Room.
Si usted tiene dificultad de respiración o fiebre alto, por favor vaya a emergencia.
We do not test for COVID-19 at the clinic.
No hacemos pruebas para COVID-19 en esta clínica.
MORE INFORMATION: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
To provide compassionate healthcare to uninsured and underinsured residents of Clackamas County.
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HEALTHCARE OR RENT…WHICH WOULD YOU CHOOSE?
Many of our patients come to use with this choice to make…healthcare or rent? Groceries or medication? Since Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine opened its doors more than seven years ago, our patient list grows with each passing year. With YOUR HELP, our patients won’t have to choose between two very important needs. Your support ensures that we can provide them with accessible, basic healthcare at no cost.
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We have immediate volunteer openings for specific needs. The gift of your time and expertise is one of the most important ways that you can help your community. The work we do at Volunteers In Medicine is incredibly rewarding. Apply now…we need you!
DR. KEN MARTIN IN THE NEWS!
Dr. Ken Martin was featured in the Lake Oswego Review. With a career in medicine spanning nearly five decades, find out why Dr. Martin considers his volunteer work with Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine—The Founders Clinic a “win-win.”
County Employees Donate to CVIM
Clackamas County’s Mental Health Clinic (MHC) recently rallied support for CVIM and donated $500 that they raised by organizing a chili contest followed by a pie contest and a cookie contest! . We couldn’t be more grateful for their generosity. Clackamas County’s Mental Health Clinic (MHC) and Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) have different missions but are connected by their passion for access to care. Both clinics opened in 2012 and serve many of the same patients. (click to see the full article!)
Volunteer Hours This Year Through January 2020…Thank You Volunteers!!!
A Special thanks to our restaurant donors
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