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Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic

Looking to live the relaxing lifestyle in the countryside in a town with vibrant growth?

Enjoy our low cost of living, beautiful weather, and central location!

Yakima is a fantastic place to live, work, and play!


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Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic

Bask in 300 days of sunshine!

Yakima Valley is a vibrant growth area. Here you can enjoy the relaxing pace of the countryside and the charm of revitalized downtowns. We are known for producing wine, apples, and hops with virtually 70% of all the hops grown in the US coming from the valley. With its beautiful weather, central location, relatively low cost of living, and a strong sense of community, Yakima is a premier place to live, work, and play. 

At Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic we offer:

- A retirement savings program intended to help you build a comfortable future
- Homeownership assistance including loan programs, real estate services, and relocation assistance
- Great work/life balance
- Location is optimal for new grads because there are more providers to work with

We'd like to help you understand more about the total package you receive as a valued member of our team.
Contact us to learn more about what we can offer you!


Facilities

Behavioral Health Services
918 East Mead Avenue, Yakima, WA 98903

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Within Yakima County, Behavioral Health Services (BHS) provides mental health counseling, therapy and case management services for adults, children, adolescents and their families, where 49% of our patients are Hispanic, and 85% are under 18 years old. BHS services at YVFWC began in 1985 and the main offices at 918 East Meade in Yakima were opened in 1999.

BHS has a team of two psychiatrists, two psychologists, three Licensed Social Workers, 16 Licensed Mental Health Counselors, 11 Master's level Mental Health Professionals, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and two Chemical Dependency Professionals. BHS is also home to eight Bachelor-level staff who provide direct services in community settings. Residents are also hosted in two locations, Yakima and Grandview.

Yakima, Washington is coined "the heart of Central Washington." The population has seen a 15% increase since 2000 with more than 93,000 people currently living in Yakima.

Yakima, WA

The City of Yakima is located in the northern region of the Yakima Valley. With a population of 91,067 and a metropolitan population of 243,231, the valley is a vibrant growth area. The Yakima Valley is known for producing wine, apples and hops, with virtually 70% of all the hops grown in the US coming from the valley. With its beautiful weather, central location, relatively low cost of living, and strong sense of community, Yakima is a premiere place to live, work, and play.

Escape to the Yakima Valley in Washington State to find farm fresh experiences, and more than 100 award-winning wineries while basking in 300 days of sunshine. Enjoy the relaxing pace of the countryside and the charm of revitalized downtowns. Explore the vineyards with a winemaker, then laugh and enjoy a long leisurely lunch. Access to the Yakima Valley couldn't be easier with a quick drive from the Seattle, Portland, OR and Spokane metropolitan areas. You can also hop on an Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle.

Bridges Family Health Center
Portland, OR 97266

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Together we are dedicated to lead, with the courage to care, the determination to promote personal growth, and the compassion to champion the cause of those who have no voice.

As the largest Community Health Center in the Pacific Northwest and in partnership with Asian Health and Services Center, we are thrilled to be opening a new clinic, Bridges Family Health Center, May of 2018 in Portland, OR.  Our new clinic will be providing primary medical care services to residents which include Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and other Asian sub-group populations in Portland.

Portland, Oregon

Portland is a thriving city with diverse businesses, fine stores and access to numerous recreational activities and cultural events. The climate is marked by both warm, dry summers and wet, cool-to-chilly winter days. This climate is ideal for growing roses. For more than a century, Portland has been known as the "City of Roses", with many rose gardens – most prominently the International Rose Test Garden. 

Children's Village
3801 Kern Rd., Yakima, WA 98902

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At Children's Village, the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic offers pediatric medical care, pediatric dental care, and behavioral assessments.

The Farm Workers Clinic also coordinates visits from specialists in pediatric medicine.

Yakima, WA

The City of Yakima is located in the northern region of the Yakima Valley. With a population of 91,067 and a metropolitan population of 243,231, the valley is a vibrant growth area. The Yakima Valley is known for producing wine, apples, and hops, with virtually 70% of all the hops grown in the US coming from the valley. With its beautiful weather, central location, relatively low cost of living, and a strong sense of community, Yakima is a premier place to live, work, and play.

Escape to the Yakima Valley in Washington State to find farm fresh experiences, and more than 100 award-winning wineries while basking in 300 days of sunshine. Enjoy the relaxing pace of the countryside and the charm of revitalized downtowns. Explore the vineyards with a winemaker, then laugh and enjoy a long leisurely lunch. Access to the Yakima Valley couldn't be easier with a quick drive from the Seattle, Portland, OR and Spokane metropolitan areas. You can also hop on an Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle.

Coastal Family Health Center
2158 Exchange Street, Suite 304, Astoria, OR 97103

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Coastal Family Health Center in Astoria is a community health center that serves you and your family by providing comprehensive health care services. Our clinic is a leader in providing high-quality, culturally appropriate care, regardless of your ability to pay. We work with our patients to improve overall health outcomes. Most insurance plans are accepted. Medicaid and Medicare are also accepted.

Coastal Family Health Center offers quality family medicine for your whole family from the youngest to the oldest. Pediatric and adolescent health care, as well as health care for adults, is available. We offer school, sports, work, and CDL physicals for your convenience. We have on-site medical laboratory, registered dietitians and patient benefits coordinators to add to the convenience of your family’s care. Also, we offer discount pharmacy services, plus referrals for dental, mental health, substance abuse, and specialized care.

Astoria, OR

Astoria is located in Oregon Coast, home to 363 miles of secluded beaches, sand dunes, crashing waves, lighthouses and towering forests.

With Victorian-era homes etched into hills overlooking the Columbia River, this picturesque settlement (the oldest west of the Rockies) is a port city with Scandinavian flavor. Surrounded by forests, boasting three rivers and situated a stone’s throw away from the Pacific, Astoria is fishing village-meets-Victoriana, chockablock with forts, museums and great local brews.

The Astoria and Warrenton area is a destination that has grown over the centuries to become quite historically hip. It’s also about character: the people who call this place home do so with a strong passion.

Imagine flying through the forest over lakes and ponds, or lifting off the beach and sailing over the waves. When it comes to outdoor recreation, Astoria, Oregon is an adrenaline lover’s paradise. But it doesn’t stop with taking to the air. Like to be more grounded? We have miles and miles of trails to bike or hike. If water is in your blood, there’s kayaking, paddle boarding, scuba diving and more. Looking to hit the links? Be sure to pack your clubs.

And being on the mighty Columbia River just a quick cruise from the ocean, you can imagine that seafood is a tasty part of our outdoor world. The river’s renowned salmon runs bring sport fishers every spring and fall in search of Chinook and Coho. Throughout winter, pots brimming with Dungeness crab are pulled from the current. Along our beaches lie some of the best razor clam beds in the world. And, if you’re hearty enough to head out to sea, there are halibut, tuna and rockfish waiting. Ready for some awesome outdoor recreation? Astoria, Oregon is ready to play.
If you’re looking to visit an Astoria, Oregon Museum, you should probably plan a whole day, or maybe even two. Whether you want to learn about our rich maritime past, or go even further back to the days of Lewis & Clark and before, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back into history. We also have stately mansions preserved as they were in the 1800s, and even an old jail – and popular “Goonies” set – that celebrate Astoria and Oregon as a filmmaking destination. Whatever your interest, and no matter your age, there’s an Astoria, Oregon Museum that will intrigue, entice, enlighten and engage you.

What better way to spend a day than a day in Astoria, Oregon, shopping. Go in search of retro hip at one of our vintage shops. Drop into galleries filled with the creations of our many local artists. Lose yourself in a novel and a latte at an independent bookstore. If you’re here in the spring, summer or early fall, stroll through dozens of booths brimming with art, crafts and culinary creations at the Astoria Sunday Market. In nearby Warrenton, you’ll find lots of big retailers with everything you need to fill your kitchen or closet. So, if you’re coming here to do some Astoria, Oregon shopping, be prepared to leave with a bounty. And the good news? It’ll be kind to your wallet, because it’s all sales tax-free.

Do a quick search for Astoria, Oregon restaurants and one thing will strike you pretty quickly: we are definitely a food town. And the one thing that folks who’ve been here before know all too well is that it’s best if you come hungry. We have bakeries that have made national news for their succulent scones, the best fish and chips on the Oregon Coast – served out of an old boat, and way too many chowder places to name any one of them the best. We also have a growing cadre of chefs migrating here with big talents and dedicated passions for everything local.

Community Dental Care
1721 E. Lincoln Ave., Sunnyside, WA 98944

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Community Dental Care in Sunnyside opened in 2001 and became part of the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic network of care in 2014. Community Dental Care serves about 6,200 patients each year, with a focus on pediatric dentistry and all-ages orthodontics.

Sunnyside is located in Yakima County among rural Washington State with a large emphasis on an agricultural economy.

Sunnyside, WA

Working at Farm Workers Clinic means living in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. You will have the opportunity enjoy spectacular wilderness areas, scenic ocean beaches and crystal-clear lakes and rivers. Because of the Cascade mountain range, the Northwest has two distinct climates: The west side is lush and green. Eastern Washington and Oregon, shielded from the rain-filled clouds by the high mountains, tend to be sunny and arid.
 
The two climates enable farms and orchards to produce a bounty of different fruits, berries, and vegetables. And with 22 appellations, Washington and Oregon are also celebrated for their world-class wines.
 
No matter where you live in the Pacific Northwest, you will be within an easy drive to a thriving metropolitan area, offering fine shopping, theaters, museums, and galleries. The area also boasts progressive public and private schools and world-class universities.

Family Medical Center
1120 West Rose Street, Walla Walla, WA 99362

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Family Medical Center began serving the Walla Walla area in the mid 1980s. Walla Walla, Washington is located amidst the rolling farmlands and abundant vineyards of southeastern Washington. The up-to-date clinic is fully equipped to provide services for everyone in the family.

Medical services available at Family Medical Center include: diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illness, pediatric care, immunizations, sports physicals, prenatal care, diabetes education, family planning, adolescent counseling and health education. Additional services at Family Medical Center are dental care, with an emphasis on treating children, a medical laboratory, the WIC Nutrition Services and Community Health Services.

 

 

Walla Walla, Washington

Walla Walla is a friendly community that has two four-year colleges and a community college. It boasts a renovated downtown shopping area with unique stores and restaurants, plus it's the home of several outstanding wineries.

Walla Walla boasts the title of Best Places to Retire by CNN.

 

Grandview Medical-Dental Clinic
1000 Wallace Way, Grandview, WA 98930

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Grandview Medical-Dental Clinic opened in 1997 and was expanded in 2012. The Grandview clinic sits among rolling green fields in the Yakima Valley, halfway between the city of Yakima and the Tri-Cities. Grandview is a friendly community with many residents who depend on agriculture for their livelihoods.

The small-town clinic offers internal care, pediatric care, family planning, after-hours care, mental health services, social services, a pharmacy, and health education.

Grandview, WA

In the heart of the Yakima Valley, Grandview is located near the eastern border of Yakima County in south-central Washington State. Grandview is equidistant, 40 miles, from the city of Yakima and the Tri-Cities of Richland, Pasco, and Kennewick.  We are a growing community of over 10,000 residents.  Grandview’s economy is agriculture based; with apples, cherries, concord and wine grapes, hops, asparagus, corn, wheat, dairy and other fruit and vegetable production supported by processing plants and cold storage facilities.
 
Our community’s “grand view” is that of both snow-capped Mount Rainier and Mount Adams dominating the horizon to the west and the Rattlesnake Hills and Horse Heaven Hills to the north and south, respectively.  Local outdoor recreation includes golf, tennis, swimming, fishing, hunting, and boating.  Grandview also offers walking and bicycling on dedicated pathways.  Supporting agriculture and outdoor recreation, the Yakima Valley enjoys an average of 300 days of sunshine per year.

Granger Immediate Care Clinic
115 Sunnyside Avenue, Suite A, Granger, WA 98932

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Our Immediate Care clinic located in Granger will meet your family’s immediate care needs in the Lower Yakima Valley. 
We know that sometimes you just need to see a doctor quickly and this clinic's extended hours are designed for your convenience.

When you have a sore throat, allergies, cold or flu symptoms, Granger Immediate Care can fit you in and get you back on your way to wellness.  We can also help you with the following: sports physicals; stitches removed; basic testing for strep, influenza, or pregnancy. Granger Immediate Care's hours will fit your schedule.

Granger, WA

Granger is a city of 3,880 people located in the Yakima Valley in the State of Washington. Granger is located in Central Washington on the I-82 corridor, approximately 178 miles from Seattle and 175 miles from Portland and Spokane. 

Granger is famous for its theme “Where theDinosaurs Roam” and has city parks where you can experience dinosaur replicas hands-on. Hisey Park is located near theYakima River. It features a pond with a walking path around it and, of course, dinosaurs. Granger also has a golf course, festivals, cultural celebrations & wine tours. The Granger Cherry Festival and Cinco de Mayo being two of them. You’ll find skiing, boating, hunting, and camping are within an hour’s drive.

Immediate Care
2680 Yakima Valley Hwy., Suite B, Sunnyside, WA 98944

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Immediate Care, located in the city of Sunnyside, Washington, has been open since August 2013 and serves an average of 8,000 patients each year.

Services provided at Immediate Care include: medical care for adults and children, immunizations, sports physicals and laboratory services.

Sunnyside is located in Yakima County among rural Washington State with the a large emphasis on an agricultural economy.

 

Sunnyside, Washington

Working at Farm Workers Clinic means living in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. You will have the opportunity enjoy spectacular wilderness areas, scenic ocean beaches and crystal-clear lakes and rivers. Because of the Cascade mountain range, the Northwest has two distinct climates: The west side is lush and green. Eastern Washington and Oregon, shielded from the rain-filled clouds by the high mountains, tend to be sunny and arid.
 
The two climates enable farms and orchards to produce a bounty of different fruits, berries and vegetables. And with 22 appellations, Washington and Oregon are also celebrated for their world-class wines.
 
No matter where you live in the Pacific Northwest, you will be within an easy drive to a thriving metropolitan area, offering fine shopping, theatres, museums and galleries. The area also boasts progressive public and private schools and world-class universities.

Lancaster Family Health Center
3896 Beverly Avenue NE, Salem, OR 97305

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Lancaster Family Health Center offers comprehensive family medicine services in Salem, Oregon.

Salem is located in the center of the Willamette Valley, one of the most fertile and agriculturally productive regions of the country. As the state capital, Salem is steeped in history – from the capitol building itself to stately homes with storied pasts. Located 47 miles south of Portland, the city serves as the hub of both state government and the surrounding farming communities.

Medical services available at Lancaster Family Health Center include diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illness, pediatric care, immunizations, sports physicals, prenatal and postpartum care, family planning, health education and medical laboratory services.

Salem, Oregon

Salem is the capital city of Oregon and lies in the center of the lush Willamette River valley, 47 miles from Portland. Salem is a city of over 47 square miles, located an hour from the Cascade Mountains to the east and an hour from the ocean beaches to the west. 

Thriving businesses abound in Salem and benefit from economic diversity. Salem has plentiful natural resources including land available for development.  For in-depth information, including quality of life statistics, employment, and income data, visit www.sedcor.org. There is an excellent K-12 school system and five institutions of higher education. 

Salem offers a wide array of restaurants, hotels and tourist attractions, ranging from historic sites and museums to events that appeal to a wide variety of interests - from sports tournaments to Arts Fairs, theater, and music. From our vibrant downtown, several parks and our historic district are within walking distance. 1,869 acres of parkland invite residents and visitors alike to enjoy the outdoors.

Lincoln Avenue Medical-Dental Center
2205 West Lincoln Ave, Yakima, WA 98902

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Lincoln Avenue Medical-Dental Center was built in 2005 and serves an average of 11,978 patients each year.

This clinic specializes in Obstetrics/Gynecology and Pediatrics.

Services at Lincoln Avenue Medical-Dental Center include medical, dental, primary care behavioral health and medical nutrition therapy. The clinic has an in-house laboratory and offers the Breast and Cervical Health Program to women over 40 years old with no insurance. Lincoln Avenue Medical-Dental Clinic also offers the WIC Nutrition Services program and Community Health Services.

The clinic is also home to View Crest Pediatric Dentistry, which provides advanced training in pediatric dentistry through the NYU Lutheran Medical Center.

Yakima, Washington

The City of Yakima is located in the northern region of the Yakima Valley. With a population of 91,067 and a metropolitan population of 243,231, the valley is a vibrant growth area. The Yakima Valley is known for producing wine, apples, and hops, with virtually 70% of all the hops grown in the US coming from the valley. With its beautiful weather, central location, relatively low cost of living, and a strong sense of community, Yakima is a premier place to live, work, and play.

Escape to the Yakima Valley in Washington State to find farm fresh experiences, and more than 100 award-winning wineries while basking in 300 days of sunshine. Enjoy the relaxing pace of the countryside and the charm of revitalized downtowns. Explore the vineyards with a winemaker, then laugh and enjoy a long leisurely lunch. Access to the Yakima Valley couldn't be easier with a quick drive from the Seattle, Portland, OR and Spokane metropolitan areas. You can also hop on an Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle.

Mid-Valley Family Medicine
620 W 1st Street, Wapato, WA 98951

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Mid-Valley Family Medicine was built in 1995 and provides medical care for adults and children, maternity care, immunizations, sports physicals, laboratory services and WIC Nutrition Services.

Wapato is a unique, thriving community with a diverse culture and heritage, seated in the heart of Yakama Nation tribal land. The are about 14,000 people currently living in Wapato and its surrounding areas.

The first Buddhist temple in Washington was built in Wapato and is still open. The primary industries of Wapato is farming and ranching. These drew many different groups of settlers that have made the town's population diverse: Japanese, Filipino, Hispanic and white. Diversity has given Wapato its unique nature, which is celebrated throughout the year at different events. The city is renowned for its metal sculptures, fresh fruit and vegetable stands, and nearby wineries.

 

Wapato, Washington

Wapata is a small community in the Yakima Valley. With a population of almost 5,000, it is primarily an agricultural community. Wapata is only 14 miles south of Yakima, WA in the beautiful Yakima Valley.

The City of Yakima is located in the northern region of the Yakima Valley. With a population of 91,067 and a metropolitan population of 243,231, the valley is a vibrant growth area. The Yakima Valley is known for producing wine, apples and hops, with virtually 70% of all the hops grown in the US coming from the valley. With its beautiful weather, central location, relatively low cost of living, and strong sense of community, Yakima is a premiere place to live, work, and play.

Escape to the Yakima Valley in Washington State to find farm fresh experiences, and more than 100 award-winning wineries while basking in 300 days of sunshine. Enjoy the relaxing pace of the countryside and the charm of revitalized downtowns. Explore the vineyards with a winemaker, then laugh and enjoy a long leisurely lunch. Access to the Yakima Valley couldn't be easier with a quick drive from the Seattle, Portland, OR and Spokane metropolitan areas. You can also hop on an Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle.

 

Miramar Health Center
1608 N. Road 44, Pasco, WA 99301

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The current Miramar Health Center building in Pasco was built in 2006 and provides comprehensive family medicine, women’s healthcare, minor surgery, school and sports physicals, diabetes education, referrals to specialists, prenatal care and delivery, immunizations, well-child and adolescent care, health education and laboratory services.

Pasco has experienced rapid residential growth in the 21st century, growing from a 2000 population of 32,066 to a 2014 population estimate of 67,770. This growth has occurred hand-in-hand with increasing quality of life. Pasco was second in "10 Washington State Cities On The Rise", one of Washington State's "Safest Cities", one of the "Best Places for Home Ownership", and one of the "Best Cities for Millennial Job Seekers in Washington."

Pasco, Washington

Pasco, Washington is in the Tri-Cities of Washington. The city has experienced rapid growth since 2000, energized by transportation, commerce, and trade. Boasting good schools, healthcare facilities, faith communities, recreational areas, economic stability and predominantly good weather, Pasco is a place where people put down roots and raise families in a safe, forward-thinking, active environment.

Pasco is located just 3 hours south of Spokane, WA.

Mirasol Family Health Center
589 Northwest 11th, Hermiston, OR 97838

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Mirasol Family Health Center was opened in 2008 and serves about 6,400 patients each year, with a majority (60%) being adults over the age of 18.

Services provided at Mirasol Family Health Center include medical care for adults and children, prenatal/postpartum care, family planning, health education and medical laboratory services.

From modest beginnings, Hermiston has grown into a modern, progressive city as the largest city in Eastern Oregon, enjoying a wealth of assets in people, land, climate, the mighty Columbia River and has tremendous potential for further logistics and land availability.

Hermiston, Oregon

Hermiston is a friendly community in the center of an abundant agricultural area in Northeastern Oregon. Located near the Columbia River, Lake Wallula and the McNary Dam, it is an ideal spot for hunting, fishing, boating, and hiking. Hermiston boasts everything from a Costco to a Starbucks and a large variety of local restaurants. 

Hermiston is the larger of 2 cities in the Pendleton-Hermiston Micropolitan area that covers Morrow and Umatilla Counties. The combined population is 87,062.

Mountainview Women's Health Center
240 Division Street, Grandview, WA 98930

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Grandview’s Mountainview Women’s Health Center opened in 1992 with a renovation to the facilities in 2010.

The women’s health center focuses on prenatal, delivery and postnatal care, as well as women’s health, family planning education and newborn exams.

In the heart of the Yakima Valley, Grandview is located near the eastern border of Yakima County in southcentral Washington State.

 

 

Grandview, Washington

Grandview is a small town with an alive downtown, livable neighborhoods with quality homes and a strong, balanced economy. Grandview residents enjoy education for a lifetime, abundant leisure choices and easy movement within the city and region. The community celebrates diversity and takes pride in Grandview. 
 
Grandview is equidistant, 40 miles, from the city of Yakima and the Tri-Cities of Richland, Pasco and Kennewick and is a growing community of over 10,000 residents. Grandview’s economy is agriculture based; with apples, cherries, concord and wine grapes, hops, asparagus, corn, wheat, dairy and other fruit and vegetable production, supported by processing plants and cold storage facilities.

 

Pacific Pediatrics
1475 Mt. Hood Ave., Woodburn, OR 97071

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Woodburn area children are taken through an under-water experience when they visit Pacific Pediatrics. This new practice, opened in Winter 2015, is in an 8,400 square foot clinic located at 1475 Mt. Hood Ave. Patients of Pacific Pediatrics are cared for in 12 medical exam rooms and a procedure room.

The clinic includes space for a lab and WIC Nutrition Services.

At Pacific Pediatrics, the enthusiastic team exemplifies the core values of our organization while children enjoy interacting and playing with underwater-themed structures. Like other clinics in the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic system, Pacific Pediatrics appeals to health care professionals who enjoy working in a comprehensive, patient-centered model.

Woodburn, OR

Woodburn offers boundless fresh discoveries with its world-class shopping, award-winning nurseries, championship golf, authentic cultural experiences and enough events to keep you occupied every weekend.

Surrounded by farmland, Woodburn, Oregon flourishes in the heart of the Willamette Valley just 35 miles south of Portland. The railroad and vision of Jesse H. Settlemier gave birth to the city of Woodburn in 1889. Woodburn has a rich cultural base because of the large populations of Anglos, Hispanics, Mennonites, Russians and senior citizens who have come to live, work and play here.

Woodburn Company Stores is one of Oregon's largest outlet malls, and one of the highlights of Woodburn. This ultimate outlet mall features many name brand stores. Check their directory for a full listing. Covered walkways make shopping a pleasant experience, regardless of the weather.

Beaches on the Pacific Coast are a little more than an hour from the Woodburn area, and the Cascade Mountains with their famous hunting, fishing, skiing, and hiking opportunities are within an hour's drive.

Rosewood Family Health Center
8935 S.E. Powell Blvd, Portland, OR 97266

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Rosewood Family Health Center was built 2004 and is located in the hustle and bustle of Portland, Oregon.

Services provided at Rosewood Family Health Center include: medical care for adults and children, maternity care, immunizations, sports physicals, laboratory services and WIC Nutrition Services.

Portland, Oregon – the biggest little city you'll ever find—is full of wonderful neighborhoods, each one boasting individual flair, personality and character. Portland is the largest city in Oregon and the seat of Multnomah County, located near the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers. The population is estimated to have reached 619,360 in 2014, making it the 28th most populous city in the United States.

 

Portland, Oregon

Portland is a thriving city with diverse businesses, fine stores and access to numerous recreational activities and cultural events. The climate is marked by both warm, dry summers and wet, cool-to-chilly winter days. This climate is ideal for growing roses. For more than a century, Portland has been known as the "City of Roses", with many rose gardens – most prominently the International Rose Test Garden. 

Salud Medical Center
1175 Mt. Hood Avenue, Woodburn, OR 97071

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Salud Medical Center prides itself on making a difference for families living in Oregon's mid-Willamette Valley. The clinic is conveniently located in Woodburn, just 25 miles south of Portland.

The staff members of Salud Medical Center are actively involved in their community, and they are committed to providing quality health services for everyone.

Medical services available at Salud Medical Center includes diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illness, maternity care, women's health care, immunizations, well-child and adolescent care, school and sports physicals, family planning, substance abuse screening, after-hours care, preventative health services, health education and outreach services. Additional services include dental care for adults and children, medical lab, pharmacy, radiology and the WIC nutrition program.

Woodburn, Oregon

Woodburn has a rich pioneer heritage exemplified by Woodburn founder and nurseryman Jesse Settlemier, fur trapper and farmer Joseph Gervais, or wagon train pioneers Charles and Margaret Hubbard. You’ll find that same welcoming spirit exists today among your new neighbors and fellow business people of the Woodburn Area Chamber of Commerce. Whether you are just visiting or planning to stay awhile we will welcome you with open arms.

Located between Oregon’s largest city, Portland, and our State Capitol, Salem, we have easy access via Interstate 5 to the beautiful Willamette Valley. Barely an hour from the beaches, the mountains, and our most popular State Park we are your headquarters for enjoying Oregon’s natural bounty.

Toppenish Medical-Dental Clinic
518 West First Avenue, Toppenish, WA 98948

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Toppenish Medical-Dental Clinic was incorporated in 1978 and serves more than 22,000 patients each year.

With more than 30 years of service to the Toppenish Community, the clinic opened a brand new site to its campus in December of 2015.

The design of the building incorporates concepts of the Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care, with team rooms for meetings among staff and providers, and adds to the patient experience with single exam rooms, where patients will stay and providers from different disciplines will visit the patient depending on the patient’s needs.

Services provided at Toppenish Medical-Dental Clinic include; diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses, pediatric care, immunizations, sports physicals, prenatal/postpartum care, labor and delivery, family planning, after-hours care, mental health services, social services and health education. The clinic also provides dental services, a medical laboratory, a pharmacy, a radiology department and WIC Nutrition Services.

The clinic is also home to the Northwest Dental Residency program.

Toppenish, Washington

The City of Toppenish covers about 2 square miles and has a population of 9,000 residents. It considers itself the city where "The west still lives". The city has preserved its old west feel with beautification including more than 70 outdoor murals.

Toppenish is about 20 miles southeast of Yakima in the beautiful Yakima Valley. The City of Yakima is located in the northern region of the Yakima Valley. With a population of 91,067 and a metropolitan population of 243,231, the valley is a vibrant growth area. The Yakima Valley is known for producing wine, apples, and hops, with virtually 70% of all the hops grown in the US coming from the valley. With its beautiful weather, central location, relatively low cost of living, and a strong sense of community, Yakima is a premier place to live, work, and play.

Escape to the Yakima Valley in Washington State to find farm fresh experiences, and more than 100 award-winning wineries while basking in 300 days of sunshine. Enjoy the relaxing pace of the countryside and the charm of revitalized downtowns. Explore the vineyards with a winemaker, then laugh and enjoy a long leisurely lunch.

Unify Community Health at Northeast Community Center
4001 N. Cook Street, Spokane, WA 99201

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Unify Community Health serves the communities of Spokane, Washington with three locations.

The Mission Avenue, West Central Community Center, and Northeast Community Center locations focus on family medicine care.

Unify Community Health at the Northeast Community Center serves about 6,300 patients annually, with a focus on family medicine. The majority of patients are adults, 72%, and 79% speak English as their primary language. Other languages spoken by patients include Arabic, Burmese, Chinese, Karen, Marshallese, Nepali, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.

Spokane, Washington

Working at Unify Community Health means living in beautiful Spokane, Washington. Spokane County has a population of 480,000 and is ranked the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the US. From the top of Mt Spokane, you can see three states and Canada. Spokane offers something for everyone. Downtown you can enjoy Broadway plays, the Spokane Symphony, ballet, and opera. Families can enjoy parks, museums, concerts, fairs, and festivals. Spokane is also surrounded by endless outdoor activities including 5 ski and snowboard resorts, fishing, golfing, mountain biking, hiking, camping, and boating. Spokane offers minor league baseball, hockey, and arena football and endless sports activities for children.

If you are looking for a little slower pace of life, Spokane is surrounded by mountains and rolling farmland that still put you within an easy drive to the clinic.

Spokane offers four distinct seasons. You can enjoy snow in the winter, cool flower filled springs, warm summers with an average high of 83 degrees, and a beautiful color-rich fall foliage. Spokane’s weather is generally mild and has a low relative humidity making it an ideal place to enjoy the outdoors.

Spokane is also home to six public four-year universities and two private four-year universities as well as two community colleges.

We invite you to come see everything Spokane has to offer!

Unify Community Health at West Central Community Center
1603 N. Belt Street, Spokane, WA 99205

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Unify Community Health serves the communities of Spokane, Washington with three locations.

The Mission Avenue, West Central Community Center, and Northeast Community Center locations focus on family medicine care.

Unify Community Health at the West Central Community Center serves about 450 patients annually. The majority of patients are adults, 57%, and 88% speak English as their primary language.

Spokane, WA

Working at Unify Community Health means living in beautiful Spokane, Washington. Spokane County has a population of 480,000 and is ranked the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the US. From the top of Mt Spokane, you can see three states and Canada. Spokane offers something for everyone. Downtown you can enjoy Broadway plays, the Spokane Symphony, ballet, and opera. Families can enjoy parks, museums, concerts, fairs, and festivals. Spokane is also surrounded by endless outdoor activities including 5 ski and snowboard resorts, fishing, golfing, mountain biking, hiking, camping, and boating. Spokane offers minor league baseball, hockey, and arena football and endless sports activities for children.

If you are looking for a little slower pace of life, Spokane is surrounded by mountains and rolling farmland that still put you within an easy drive to the clinic.

Spokane offers four distinct seasons. You can enjoy snow in the winter, cool flower filled springs, warm summers with an average high of 83 degrees, and a beautiful color-rich fall foliage. Spokane’s weather is generally mild and has a low relative humidity making it an ideal place to enjoy the outdoors.

Spokane is also home to six public four-year universities and two private four-year universities as well as two community colleges.

We invite you to come see everything Spokane has to offer!

Unify Community Health on Mission Avenue
120 West Mission Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201

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Unify Community Health serves the communities of Spokane, Washington with three locations.

The Mission Avenue, West Central Community Center, and Northeast Community Center locations focus on family medicine care.

Unify Community Health at Mission Avenue serves more than 7,400 patients annually, with a focus on family medicine.

Spokane, Washington

Working at Unify Community Health means living in beautiful Spokane, Washington. Spokane County has a population of 480,000 and is ranked the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the US. From the top of Mt Spokane, you can see three states and Canada. Spokane offers something for everyone. Downtown you can enjoy Broadway plays, the Spokane Symphony, ballet, and opera. Families can enjoy parks, museums, concerts, fairs, and festivals. Spokane is also surrounded by endless outdoor activities including 5 ski and snowboard resorts, fishing, golfing, mountain biking, hiking, camping, and boating. Spokane offers minor league baseball, hockey, and arena football and endless sports activities for children.

If you are looking for a little slower pace of life, Spokane is surrounded by mountains and rolling farmland that still put you within an easy drive to the clinic.

Spokane offers four distinct seasons. You can enjoy snow in the winter, cool flower filled springs, warm summers with an average high of 83 degrees, and a beautiful color-rich fall foliage. Spokane’s weather is generally mild and has a low relative humidity making it an ideal place to enjoy the outdoors.

Spokane is also home to six public four-year universities and two private four-year universities as well as two community colleges.

We invite you to come see everything Spokane has to offer!

Valley Vista Medical Group
820 Memorial Street, Suite 1, Prosser, WA 99350

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Valley Vista Medical Group was built in 2007 and serves an average of 7,100 patients each year.

Services provided by Valley Vista Medical Group include; comprehensive family medicine, pediatric care, immunizations, women’s health, family planning, laboratory services, pharmacy, WIC Nutrition Services and Community Health Services.

Prosser, WA

Prosser is a tranquil oasis of green with its peaceful river meandering through the velvet hills that cradle the tree-lined streets. This clean, attractive town is friendly to all and features old-fashioned light poles and cobbled sidewalks. Prosser has even been dubbed the "Birthplace of the Washington Wine Industry."

Almost 300 sunny days each year lend way to a variety of outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, boating, and golf. Prosser is indeed a great place to visit or call home. There are about 5,700 people currently living in Prosser.

Yakima Medical-Dental Clinic
602 East Nob Hill Blvd, Yakima, WA 98901

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The Yakima Medical-Dental Clinic serves the diverse population of Yakima, the largest community in Central Washington.

Yakima Medical-Dental Clinic serves nearly 23,000 medical and dental patients annually. This clinic also offers pharmacy and social and community services.

Yakima, Washington is coined “the Heart of Central Washington.” The population has seen a 15% increase since 2000 with more than 93,000 people currently living in Yakima.

Yakima, Washington

The City of Yakima is located in the northern region of the Yakima Valley. With a population of 91,067 and a metropolitan population of 243,231, the valley is a vibrant growth area. The Yakima Valley is known for producing wine, apples, and hops, with virtually 70% of all the hops grown in the US coming from the valley. With its beautiful weather, central location, relatively low cost of living, and a strong sense of community, Yakima is a premier place to live, work, and play.

Escape to the Yakima Valley in Washington State to find farm fresh experiences, and more than 100 award-winning wineries while basking in 300 days of sunshine. Enjoy the relaxing pace of the countryside and the charm of revitalized downtowns. Explore the vineyards with a winemaker, then laugh and enjoy a long leisurely lunch. Access to the Yakima Valley couldn't be easier with a quick drive from the Seattle, Portland, OR and Spokane metropolitan areas. You can also hop on an Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle.

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic - Oregon
Portland, OR 97203

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Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic is the largest community health center in the Pacific Northwest. We are a mission-driven Patient-Centered Medical Home dedicated to providing high quality and comprehensive care. Our comprehensive health care services include 27 clinics between Washington and Oregon. In several of our clinics, we compliment medical and dental services with registered dietitians, WIC services, mental health services and community health services.

Our team-based approach champions alliance, allowing you the opportunity to develop and cultivate patient relationships. If you looking to make a difference in the health of a community and have the passion to work with underserved patient populations that need quality care, we urge you to explore more of who we are, what we have to offer, and who we are looking for.  

We are committed to delivering quality services to everyone, regardless of an individual's financial or citizenship status. A sliding-fee scale is available for those without health insurance. Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic is an FTCA Deemed facility.

Would you be willing to join an organization that valiantly supports patient care? Consider joining a phenomenal team of providers who have the same ideals and goals for patients.

Our Mission statement is our daily guide: "Together we are dedicated to lead, with the courage to care, the determination to promote personal growth, and the compassion to champion the cause of those who have no voice".

Oregon

With locations throughout Washington and Oregon, you will live, work and play in the breathtaking Pacific Northwest. You will have the opportunity to enjoy an abundance of recreational activities and you will always be within an easy drive to a fast-growing and robust metropolitan area. With clinics in both urban and rural areas, there are opportunities to suit a variety of lifestyles.

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic - Washington
Yakima, WA 98901

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Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic is the largest community health center in the Pacific Northwest. We are a mission-driven Patient-Centered Medical Home dedicated to providing high quality and comprehensive care. Our comprehensive health care services include 27 clinics between Washington and Oregon. In several of our clinics, we compliment medical and dental services with registered dietitians, WIC services, mental health services and community health services.

Our team-based approach champions alliance, allowing you the opportunity to develop and cultivate patient relationships. If you looking to make a difference in the health of a community and have the passion to work with underserved patient populations that need quality care, we urge you to explore more of who we are, what we have to offer, and who we are looking for.  

We are committed to delivering quality services to everyone, regardless of an individual's financial or citizenship status. A sliding-fee scale is available for those without health insurance. Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic is an FTCA Deemed facility.

Would you be willing to join an organization that valiantly supports patient care? Consider joining a phenomenal team of providers who have the same ideals and goals for patients.

Our Mission statement is our daily guide: "Together we are dedicated to lead, with the courage to care, the determination to promote personal growth, and the compassion to champion the cause of those who have no voice".

Washington

With locations throughout Washington and Oregon, you will live, work and play in the breathtaking Pacific Northwest. You will have the opportunity to enjoy an abundance of recreational activities and you will always be within an easy drive to a fast-growing and robust metropolitan area. With clinics in both urban and rural areas, there are opportunities to suit a variety of lifestyles.


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Araceli Saldivar
Provider Recruiter (IM, OBGYN, FM, Peds)

Phone
(509) 865 - 6175
 ext.3607
Address
601 N. Keys Rd.
Yakima, WA  98901

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