Women's Health

Breast Health

Getting screened for breast cancer Whether you’ve found a lump or you’ve hit the big 4-0 and it’s time to get your mammogram, it’s common to feel nervous about the procedure and results. Recent statistics indicate that 1 in 8 women may develop breast cancer during her lifetime, and while[…]

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Family Birthing Center

Having a Baby at CMH Whether you are a first-time or experienced mom, the doctors, midwives and nursing team at the CMH Family Birthing Center are committed to helping you, your baby and your family have the best labor and birth experience possible. Preparing for Your Baby While pregnancy and[…]

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Lactation Program

Please contact the CMH Pediatric Clinic for Lactation appointments with their clinic nurse, an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant. You can call the clinic at 503-325-7337.  Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) is committed to helping you and your baby become a successful breastfeeding team. Our caregivers understand that deciding how you will[…]

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Medical Nutrition Therapy

Telehealth Enabled: Call the clinic to schedule a video appointment. Learn more. CMH Medical Nutrition Therapy Services Medical nutrition therapy is helpful to people of all ages who are living with a wide range of conditions, including food allergies, trouble with weight gain or weight loss, cancer, kidney conditions, and[…]

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Urology Clinic

Urologic conditions that include the kidneys, bladder and/or genitals are common. These problems often feel embarrassing and may affect how you feel and live your life. At the CMH Urology Clinic, our team understands, and we can help. The CMH Urology Clinic provides a full range of procedures and treatments[…]

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Women’s Center

Telehealth Enabled: Call the clinic to schedule a video appointment. Learn more. Our Women’s Center providers rotate one day a week to our Seaside Clinic. Mention the Seaside Clinic when you call for an appointment if you prefer to be seen there. Certified Nurse Midwife Patti Boullie only sees patients[…]

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