Clinic Services

IMPORTANT: On February 24, 2015, the Washington County Board of Commissioners voted 4-0 to close the two clinics by June 30, 2015, and to provide funding to support other local safety net providers. More information can be found on our Clinic Transition Update page.

The Washington County Clinics offer the following confidential services:

  • Family Planning - Education, counseling, physical examinations and birth control methods are offered. Pregnancy testing and options counseling are available. The clinic does not provide prenatal services.
  • Women’s Health – Nurse practitioners work with female clients to consult, educate and test clients to promote positive reproductive health. Services may include annual exams, cervical screenings, lab testing and breast checks for existing clients.
  • Teen Clinic – This clinic is for anyone under the age of 20 to receive confidential birth control services and testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases. This is a walk-in clinic during Tuesday afternoons only. 
  • Immunizations - We provide immunizations for children and adults against vaccine-preventable diseases. We do not offer travel immunizations.
  • Sexually Transmitted Disease testing and treatment - The goal of the Washington County Health Clinics' Sexually Transmitted Disease program is to promote sexual health through the prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
  • Latent Tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment - The clinic works alongside the epidemiology team to ensure tuberculosis disease management and treatment to anyone who qualifies for the services. 
We do not provide any primary care or urgent care services. Some fees for services may be reduced based on your income. Call the appointment desk to see if you qualify. Services are provided by appointment by calling 503-846-8851 except for Teen Clinic (walk-in only). Se habla español. Interpreting services also available upon request.

If you are in need of primary care services and are uninsured or under-insured, call 211.