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How we can be Safer Together

Your health is our priority By Nancee Long, Director of Communications At CMH, your health is our priority. Whether you are coming in for surgery or a medical appointment, rest assured that we are open to care for all your health and wellness needs, and we have precautions in place[...]
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Quality urgent care

Get quick, convenient care close to home CMH Urgent Care Clinics serve people throughout Clatsop County (Oregon) and Pacific County (Washington). When you visit a CMH Urgent Care, you will receive the high-quality care with compassion that you’ve come to know from CMH and its clinics.  CMH Urgent Care Clinics[...]
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Still delaying care?

Take advantage of these options You may have postponed some basic medical care for yourself or others in your family because of the COVID-19 pandemic. For children, that may mean missed vaccinations and milestone checkups. Or, you may have missed appointments to monitor asthma, diabetes or other serious health conditions.[...]
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Powerful protection: Understanding PPE

Breaking down PPE Health care workers use several types of personal protective equipment (PPE) to keep patients and themselves safe from the coronavirus.
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Keeping you healthy

Maintain your health with CMH By Erik Thorsen, CEO Throughout the past few months, all of us have made changes to our lifestyles. Hand sanitizer, masks, physical distancing, virtual meetings and canceled events have become the norm. This month, we’d usually be gearing up for the Astoria Regatta. As president[...]
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Health Compass Summer 2020

Health Compass Summer 2020 The CMH Health Compass is a quarterly journal of wellness and good health care. The Summer 2020 issue of the CMH Health Compass focuses on how we can be Safer Together when you entrust your care to CMH. Follow the links below to read the Summer 2020 issue:[...]
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New physician joins Emergency team

Dr. Jenna Wiley joins CMH Dr. Jenna Wiley joined the CMH Emergency Department in July 2020. She is currently completing a wilderness fellowship through OHSU.  Dr. Wiley earned her medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and completed her residency in emergency medicine at Oregon Health[...]
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New physician joins CMH Emergency Department

Dr. Ramsey Selbak joined CMH July 13 Please join us in welcoming Dr. Ramsey Selbak to our CMH Emergency Department. He is currently completing an ultrasound fellowship through OHSU. Dr. Selbak earned his medical degree from Oregon Health & Science University, where he also completed his emergency medicine residency as[...]
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We Are Safer Together

By Nancee M. Long Director of Communication, Columbia Memorial Hospital At Columbia Memorial Hospital, your health is our priority. Whether you are coming in for surgery or a medical appointment, rest assured, we are open to care for all your health and wellness needs, and we have precautions in place[...]
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We can be Safer Together

Let’s all do our part to keep health in check Why We Are Safer Together When concerns about the coronavirus make people feel as though they want to stay socially distant, that’s healthy. When these fears drive people away from the hospital, that could become dangerous. At CMH, we want[...]
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