It is important to have a primary care provider, whether that person is a doctor, nurse practitioner or physician assistant. Your primary care provider is the leader of your healthcare team. Their knowledge of your health over time is invaluable.
CMH Primary Care Clinic’s providers work with you to help you navigate the ups and downs of life to help you thrive. CMH Primary Care Clinic is recognized by the Oregon Health Authority as a patient-centered primary care home, in keeping with the person-centered approach of all Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) clinics.
Preventive care is an important part of your overall healthcare program. The purpose of these check-ups is to evaluate and monitor your health, while also allowing time for the medical provider to address your questions and concerns. Ask us about:
If you or a loved one are suffering from addiction to heroin or prescription opioid drugs, please contact Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare.
With the assistance of CMH Primary Care, Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare provides medication-assisted treatment to treat opioid addiction. In this program, you will participate in individual and group therapy, while taking FDA-approved Suboxone to ease withdrawal symptoms.
To find out if you’re eligible to participate in medication-assisted treatment, contact Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare at 503-325-5722.
When you are sick or injured and need care quickly, come to one of the CMH Urgent Care locations in Warrenton and Astoria. Your urgent care provider will be able to review your entire CMH medical record, and evaluate your current condition in light of your medical history.
The CMH Primary Care Clinic is co-located with CMH Urgent Care–Warrenton. Urgent care services are available daily, 9:00am-6:30pm. Urgent care services are also available at the CMH Health & Wellness Pavilion in Astoria Monday through Friday, 9:00am-6:30pm, and Saturday, 9:00am-5:30pm.
Q: What should I bring to my first appointment? click to open
A: Please bring the following:
Q: What is your policy on rescheduling and cancellations? click to open
A: If you arrive more than 10 minutes after your scheduled appointment time, you may be asked to reschedule, as the remaining time reserved for you will not be sufficient for the provider to address your needs. If you need to cancel your appointment, please do so at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment time.
Q: How will I learn the results of my test? click to open
A: Most results will be sent by mail within 7-10 business days. Any results requiring immediate attention will be communicated by phone, or in some cases, by a follow-up appointment. All results are provided after the provider receives the final report, which may take a week or more for some tests. If you’ve not heard from us within seven business days, you may call our clinic for the status of your results. Please note that results can only be given directly to the patient or authorized representative after the provider has reviewed them. If you would like to authorize anyone other than yourself to have access to your medical information, we will provide a release of information form for you to complete.
Q: How do I get my prescription refilled? click to open
A: Please contact your pharmacy to request a refill of your medications. Refills are provided within 72 business hours of the request.
Talk to a nurse on the CMH COVID-19 Community Hotline at 503-338-4699. This hotline is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For general information about coronavirus COVID-19:
The CMH Warrenton Primary Care Clinic is located in the Warrenton Highlands Business Park, just west of Highway 101 on Ensign Lane.
After-hours for urgent needs: 503-298-4963
Open Monday-Friday 7:00am-7:00pm
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