CLINIC SNAPSHOT


Opened: 
2004

Location: 2935 SW Cedar Hills Blvd, Beaverton

Patients served/year: 12,993

We deliver primary health care, pharmacy and dental services in Beaverton.  Physicians, registered nurses and medical assistants serve patients in 50 different languages in the Beaverton area.

The primary care, pharmacy, behavioral services and vision clinic are all located at the Cedar Hills location. The dental clinic is located a short distance away on Crescent Street.

Pacific University College of Optometry operates the Vision Clinic in Beaverton

Opened: 1975 & 2012

Location: 1151 N Adair St, Cornelius

Patients served/year: 9,437

This groundbreaking facility is designed to promote wellness and offers community amenities including a commercial teaching kitchen, group visit and exercise spaces, public greenways and demonstration gardens.

Pacific University College of Optometry operates the Vision Clinic in Cornelius.


Opened: 
2006

Location: 226 SE 8th Ave, Hillsboro

Patients served/year: 11,127

In partnership with Pacific University, our Hillsboro clinic delivers primary and behavioral healthcare, and prenatal services.

Pacific University College of Optometry operates the Vision Clinic in Hillsboro.

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center offers adult primary care services for LifeWorks Northwest’s clients at their Hillsboro site.


Opened:
2006

Location: 115 NE May Lane, McMinnville

Patients served/year: 8,763

The McMinnville center provides integrated primary care, mental health, obstetric care, dental, pharmacy and health education—all in one location.

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center offers adult primary care services for Yamhill County’s Adult Mental Health Program clients at their McMinnville site.


Opened:
2014

Location: 2251 E Hancock St, Suite 103, Newberg

Patients served/year: 2,344

The Newberg Clinic offers primary care, dental care, pharmacy and behavioral health care services. In partnership with Yamhill County, mental health services are available at the Newberg location.

Locations:
Beaverton (2008)
Century High School (2013)
Tigard (2008)
Tualatin (2105)
Forest Grove (2009)
Willamina (2012)

Total patients served/year: 3,297

Open to all students 0-21 in the designated school district the School-based Health Centers provide primary care, preventative dental care and mental health care.

During the summer health center hours of operation are adjusted.

Opened: 2001.

Location: Provides health care to local schools, migrant camps and nurseries

Patients served/year: 1,663

Virginia Garcia uses the Mobile Clinic to bring medical and dental services to hard-to-reach and medically underserved populations where they live and work in Washington and Yamhill Counties.

We also deliver specialty mobile services in partnership with area providers, including Medical Teams International, Tuality Mobile Mammography, Tooth Taxi, and more.