At River View Clinic we offer compassionate, high-quality primary care to adults throughout their lives.
Philosophy of Care
We strive to provide team-based, patient-centered care that treats the whole person—body, mind and spirit. Our goal is to help you stay as healthy as possible, catch health issues early and reduce urgent care needs. We believe that you play an important role in maintaining and promoting your health and well being. We aim to be partners in your care by listening closely to your needs and empowering you with information that helps you reach your health and wellness goals.
Affiliation with MCMC
River View Clinic is a member of Mid-Columbia Medical Center Outpatient Clinics, composed of the offices of physicians and other providers specializing in family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics and women’s care.
Our affiliation with MCMC allows us to best implement a patient-centered medical home model, which promotes collaboration, care coordination and integration, communication, access, quality and safety. We are here to provide for the majority of your care needs and will coordinate your care with other health care professionals and specialists when appropriate.
For the convenience of our patients, we are happy to provide the following forms online. If our office staff has directed you here, search for the form you have been asked to complete below. Download and print out the pdf, then fill it out and bring it with you to your next appointment to help the process flow as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
Financial information: For any insurance or billing questions, please call the MCMC business office at 541-298-7971.
River View Clinic Providers
The Care We Provide
Internal medicine is the branch of medicine concerning the diagnosis and nonsurgical treatment of diseases in adults, especially of internal organs. We also offer geriatric medicine, which focuses on the health of older adults.
Our doctors, also called internists, are required to have included in their medical education and postgraduate training at least three years dedicated to learning how to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases that affect adults. While the name "internal medicine" may lead one to believe that internists only treat internal problems, this is not the case. We treat the whole person, not just internal organs.
Why establish a relationship with an internal medicine physician?
As primary care physicians for adults, internists play an essential role in your personal health and in our healthcare system. In fact, studies show that a good relationship with a primary care doctor is associated with better health for you and lower health care costs for our communities.
On the front lines, we serve as a first contact when you have a common health concern or non-emergency situation. Our role is to help prevent, identify and treat common problems and provide comprehensive and continuous care. We also help coordinate other health services or specialty referrals, such as to cardiology, orthopedics, urology and dermatology, while serving as a point person for your care.
Further, we bring in specialists such as diabetes nurses, behavioralists and pain management specialists to meet all your healthcare needs in one setting. It is important to find an internist that you trust and feel you can work with for a long time.