• 1010 First Street SE Bandon, Oregon 97411

Helping You Live Well

Our outreach and assistance programs help patients set and reach their wellness goals.

 

You or your family members may qualify for reduced cost or free health services– talk with us.

Medical Services

Dental Services

Your provider will recommend dental care as needed. And, we can help with costs.

Free or reduced-cost dental services may include

Oral hygiene services
Basic exams, including x-rays
Urgent and emergency dental services
Periodontal services
Restorative fillings
Extractions

Reproductive Health

Our health center offers free contraceptives, contraceptive counseling and annual exams to women and men who meet financial guidelines.

Our staff can provide information about how to sign up. Reproductive health conversations are confidential.

Reproductive health services are supported by CCare, the Oregon Contraceptive Care program.

Vaccinations for Children

The VCF program, Vaccines for Children, helps provide vaccines for children whose parents or guardians may not be able to afford them.

Children under age 19 qualify if they–

• are eligible for OHP,
• do not have health insurance,
• have health insurance that doesn’t cover vaccines, or
• are an American Indian or Alaska Native.

Ask us which vaccines are recommended for children in your home.

Payment & Prescriptions

Sliding Scale Payment

We welcome private pay, insured and uninsured patients. No one is turned away based on inability to pay.

Our sliding fee scale payment option is open to all patients, even if you have health insurance. Eligibility is based on your household’s yearly income and family size.

Ask about our sliding scale when you call for an appointment, or visit our Paying for Your Visit page for more information.

Prescription Assistance

Talk with your provider if you are having trouble paying for your medication. We can offer emergency prescription assistance.

Our in-house pharmacy regularly provides prescriptions at reduced cost.

Visit our Pharmacy page to learn more.

Health Insurance & Program Enrollment

SHIBA – Medicare Enrollment

Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance is a free, federally funded program. Information and enrollment help is available to those eligible for Medicare, their family members and caregivers.

Trained volunteer enrollment counselors provide plain-language descriptions of–

• Medicare health benefits,
• Medicare prescription plans, and
• Supplemental benefits available with private health insurance policies.

Call the Oregon SHIBA office to request an appointment year round.

Step 1: Call 1-800-722-4134
Step 2: Enter you zip code, or you can hold on the line to speak with a representative.

The open enrollment period for Medicare benefits is October through December each year. Adults who will celebrate their 65th birthday in the coming calendar year are eligible to sign up for Medicare insurance. Medicare is publicly funded health insurance for patients age 65 and older. You may qualify for Medicare if you are under 65 years of age and have a disability.

OHP and Federal Marketplace Health Insurance

Oregon’s public health insurance, Oregon Health Plan, is now available to more children and adults. Eligibility is based on household income.

Our Outreach staff are trained to help you check your eligibility for OHP or Federal Marketplace insurance plans, and sign up. The service is free and confidential. Visit our Outreach page to learn about appointments or drop-in times.

Program Enrollment

We can help you get assistance with food, housing and other services.

Find help checking eligibility and enrolling in public and community programs with our Outreach team.

Transportation & Personal Care

Transportation

Need help getting to your appointment?

We can help–

• schedule your ride,
• provide you with a bus pass, or gas card,
• or set up a pick up or drop off.

Find a list of transportation options at our Outreach page.

Personal Care

Let us know if you need help with personal care, such as showers, laundry, or emergency goods.

Or, visit our Outreach page for more information.