As I take this opportunity to look back I am proud of the work Virginia Garcia continues to do in our community. From that organization that started in a 3-car garage in Cornelius 42 years ago to the 18 clinics we are today, our commitment to do better for our patients remains strong.
Virginia Garcia strives to be where the need is and to continue to innovate by continuously growing and improving our level of integrative care. We will continue to expand services, break down the barriers that make it hard for our patients to be healthy and we will continue to serve all people, regardless of their country of origin, language, culture, immigration status, sexual orientation or circumstance.
We will continue to do this because we believe that health care is a fundamental right.
We are part of the communities we serve and we will continue to meet them where they are, with medical and dental clinics, school-based health centers, mobile units to reach migrant workers, specialty clinics like our recently opened Women’s Clinic and with our Beaverton Wellness Center, which opened in the summer of 2018.
In these times of uncertainty, it is your support that translates into certainty for the patients of Virginia Garcia. It translates into hope that they will always have access to the care they need. And it translates into a healthier community for all.