The Role Mosaic Medical Plays in Creating a Healthier Bend Community

Jul 30, 2018

If you have been in Bend for any length of time, you most likely know the name Mosaic Medical. What you may not know is the role Mosaic Medical plays in creating a healthier Bend community.

Mosaic Medical is a nonprofit community health center and it is our mission to improve the health of our community by offering the care you need, where and when you need it.

Bend is home to seven of our 14 Mosaic Medical clinics; including The East Bend Clinic, Complex Care that houses Internal Medicine and Bridges Health, and we have Family Medicine clinics embedded in Ariel Glen Apartments and Deschutes County Mental Health. Additionally there are full service Pediatric clinics embedded in Bend Senior High School and Ensworth Elementary and we operate a Mobile Community Clinic that serves those experiencing homelessness in our community. We will be opening our eighth Bend Clinic later this spring. We also have clinics in Redmond, Madras and Prineville.

At Mosaic Medical, we are reaching beyond the boundaries of traditional medicine by bringing together multiple services within our clinic walls. Our patients benefit from a coordinated system that includes medical care, behavioral health services, dental and oral health services, nutrition services, pharmacy, substance abuse services, and more.

Nobody will ever be turned away from a Mosaic Medical clinic because of income level, employment status, citizenship, or insurance coverage and it has been that way since we opened our first clinic in Prineville in 2002.

Today, Mosaic Medical provides care to over 23,000 individuals and their families and we hear stories every day about how Mosaic Medical has had a positive impact on somebody’s life. Life can be hard sometimes. Accessing quality health care should not be. That is why Mosaic Medical is here and the result is ultimately a healthier community.

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