Posts in September, 2020

  • MCMC Participates in the OHA Community Partner Program for Farmworker Safety

    Mid-Columbia Medical Center has been awarded a $98,000 community grant through the Oregon Health Authority’s (OHA) Community Partner Program. The funding has allowed MCMC to join in the state’s efforts to secure Oregon’s ...

  • All Roads Lead to Home

    Anyone who has considered a mid-life career change would find Theresa Dwyer’s professional path an inspiration. Dwyer decided eight years ago, at the age of 40, to leave her job in car sales and pursue a career in medicine. ...

  • It's Time for Your Flu Shot

    The 2020 flu season will converge with the global covid-19 pandemic, which means it is more important than ever that you get your annual flu shot. It’s even more important if you are in a high-risk group for serious and potentially ...

  • Protect Yourself from Wildfire Smoke

    Smoke from wildfires is very unhealthy. The mixture of gases and fine particles can hurt your eyes, irritate your respiratory system, and worsen chronic health conditions. It is especially dangerous for children, older adults, and people ...

  • MCMC Temporarily Closes Most Clinics Due to Extreme Air Quality Conditions

    Immediate Care Will Remain Open All Weekend, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (September 11, 2020) Due to the air quality -- and forecasted air quality this weekend – MCMC has closed all clinics except Celilo Cancer Center, Internal Medicine and ...

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