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Monday - Friday: 9 am - 5 pm
(closed for lunch, noon - 1 PM, phones off until 1:30 PM)
The McKenzie River Clinic is a community, non-profit facility and receives no government grants or assistance. To make a donation please mail a check to the McKenzie River Medical Clinic, 51730 Dexter Street, PO Box 183, Blue River, Oregon 97413.
McKenzie River Clinic and Medical Foundation
We promise to:
- Serve all patients
- Offer discounted fees for patients who qualify
- Not deny services based on a person's race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation, or inability to pay
- Accept insurance, including Medicare, Medicaid, and Children's Health Insurance Program
At the Clinic!
Next time you visit the clinic, you will notice the Little Free Library on the front of the building. These little book-sharing boxes are now found all over the US as well as in other countries. Since the program began in 2009, 20,000 of them have been established around the world. The idea is simple. Take a book and leave a book - all free. Help to keep our Little Free Library busy - take a book, leave a book.
The McKenzie River Clinic treats an average of 2,400 patients a year. Capable family nurse practitioners see all our patients and the Clinic is able to treat complex conditions, help manage acute and chronic illnesses or injuries and prescribe medication - all with compassion and individual attention rarely found in the health care system.
Welcome to the McKenzie River Medical Clinic and Foundation!
Residents and visitors to the McKenzie River Valley don't have to worry if they need medical care. McKenzie River Clinic, located in Blue River, provides excellent, full-service care. The Clinic, Oregon's first rural health clinic, opened its doors in 1977.
The Clinic's primary providers, Mary Sherman and Scott Alexander, both Family Nurse Practitioners, see patients five days a week. They are supported by a friendly, dedicated staff. Everyone who works at the Clinic is committed to its health and vitality.
Mary Sherman, Family Nurse Practitioner
Scott Alexander, Family Nurse Practitioner
Office & Medical Support
Jane Wilson, Clinic Administrator
Christi Carr, Medical Office Assistant
Sharon Boehm, Front Desk
Maria Losch, Housekeeper
“I know that my family will always get great care at the clinic. My son has very bad asthma and rather than worry about making the hour drive to Springfield if he has an attack, the Clinic - our Clinic - is nearby. The nurse practitioners are very caring and know our family. That’s important.”
Alejandra Montes, Patient.