At Coast Community Health Center, our patients have access to a primary care team with more than 60 years combined health education and experience. We work together to help you be well and stay well.
Our team of health professionals choose Coast Community Health Center because they are excited about our mission to provide high quality, affordable health care for all of Oregon’s south coast residents.
Welcome to Coast Community Health Center! We look forward to talking with you!
Our staff can help you choose a provider, understand your payment options, and prepare for your first health visit. You can start your new patient registration today. Download patient forms at our Patient Information page.
We have flexible payment options and serve those with private insurance, Oregon Health Plan, Medicare, and uninsured patients. No one is ever turned away because of inability to pay. Go to our Paying for Your Visit page for details.
Our preventative medical services include wellness exams, immunizations, work and sport physicals, diagnostic screens and behavioral health counseling. Visit Your Health to learn more about our medical services.
When you need help meeting your health and wellness goals, talk with our Outreach staff. We can offer assistance with health insurance enrollment, prescriptions and dental care, Veterans services and more. Find details on our Outreach page.
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