Virginia Garcia’s Outreach & Enabling Services Department supports access to basic health services and includes assistance with transportation, insurance eligibility and enrollment, home visits, parenting classes and chronic diseases health education program for patients and community members.
From May to August the Virginia Garcia mobile clinic visits large camps and commercial plant nurseries in Washington and Yamhill counties every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The team also visits smaller camps and nurseries as needed.
The Outreach Team that goes to these locations includes medical and dental providers, nurses, medical assistants, health educators, clinic staff and volunteers.
Virginia Garcia offers medical and dental services onsite utilizing their medical/dental van.
Through our partnerships with those in the community, we are able to offer migrant and seasonal farm workers and their families a variety of resources.
Vision checks are often available the Pacific University College of Health Professions as well as mental health services from Lifeworks NW.
Other resources include the Oregon Food Bank, legal information, workers safety and rights, pesticides exposure and safety as well as many others.
Parents with Initiative promotes nurturing the relationship between a parent and their child.
The class encourages parents to remember that they are their child’s first teacher and their home is their first school.
The program provides weekly classes, home visits, case management, snacks and transportation. The program also provides classes in English and Spanish.
For more information please contact our PCI Coordinator at 503.359.8513.
In the self-management program, patients learn strategies to manage their chronic condition and live a healthier life. Developed by Stanford School of Medicine, this self-management education is specifically for patients with chronic conditions such as Diabetes, heart disease, asthma, bronchitis and arthritis.
Self- Management classes are offered at all Virginia Garcia Primary Care sites and classes are taught in English and Spanish.
Culturally appropriate for Hispanics, taught in Spanish by two certified facilitators
Culturally appropriate for Anglos, taught in English by two certified facilitators
Virginia Garcia provides eight Eligibility Workers at each Clinic during specific days of the week. They are available to assist patients and community members with their Oregon Health Plan applications.
Outreach workers are available at each clinic during the times outlined below. Patients can make an appointment by contacting the clinic directly and requesting to meet with an OHP enrollment specialist. Walk-in's are also welcome.
Beaverton Wellness Center
Appointment: (503) 352-6000
Cornelius Wellness Center
Appointment: (503) 359-5564
Appointment: (503) 601-7400
Appointment: (503) 472-1338
Appointment: (971) 281-3000
Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center provides door to door transportation to and from all hospitals and clinics in the Washington County, Yamhill County and Portland area for Virginia Garcia patients who have barriers getting to their medical, dental and vision appointments.
Patients are transported to and from our clinics. The vans are also available to patients who attend parenting classes and other related health classes. We can also provide transportation to WIC, the Social Security Office, Department of Health and Human Services, etc.
Our drivers will assist with scheduling as well as offer guidance with the appointment process.
Virginia Garcia owns four vans supporting both Washington and Yamhill counties. The vans are equipped with car seats for children of all ages.
Cornelius Wellness Center
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
Robert Varona: (503) 320-9179
Karen Sosa: (503)883-4711 or (971) 228-9627
Daniel Miranda: (971) 281-3022