Mosaic is proud and grateful to continue the vision of the late Dr. H.M. Kemple with the creation of the Kemple Children’s Dental Fund.
Mosaic welcomes Nadine Sparago, a Redmond resident and visual design specialist, to the board of directors governing the nonprofit community health center.
Mosaic was recently awarded a grant from the Central Oregon Health Council (COHC) to improve communication and language access services for Mosaic patients.
Mosaic was one of 165 Community Health Centers across the nation to receive a grant through the Capital Assistance for Disaster Response and Recovery Efforts (CADRE).
Mosaic was awarded funds from the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute Community Partnership Program to help patients keep up with health screenings at home during COVID-19.
Mosaic is pleased to welcome Carla Stevens, RN, MS to the organization as Chief Operations Officer. She looks forward to being a part of Mosaic's mission.
Mosaic is opening a retail pharmacy on Mar. 30 in its Prineville Clinic at 375 SW Beaver St. The pharmacy is open to Mosaic patients and all community members.
In response to the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation, Mosaic is adapting to keep patients and care team members safe.
Mosaic's current Mobile Community Clinic is a 27-year-old converted RV which has reached the end of its service life and is in need of replacement.