Klamath Health Partnership introduces safe medication disposal

Klamath Health Partnership introduces safe medication disposal

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - Community members looking for a way to get rid of unwanted or expired medications can now properly dispose of them in a drug collection receptacle located at Klamath Open Door Clinic in Klamath Falls. 

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Blodgett promoted to Chief Operations Officer of Klamath Health Partnership

Blodgett promoted to Chief Operations Officer of Klamath Health Partnership

Klamath Falls, Ore. - Klamath Health Partnership’s new operations chief uses her own experience as a healthcare consumer to guide her in directing the operations of KHP’s several clinics.

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Dr. Hallock returns to Klamath Falls to practice Osteopathic Medicine

Dr. Hallock returns to Klamath Falls to practice Osteopathic Medicine

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - Klamath Health Partnership (KHP) welcomes Dr. Jan Hallock, DO, as KHP’s newest medical provider. Dr. Hallock was raised in Klamath Falls and graduated from Klamath Union High School. Hallock earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon and her doctor of osteopathic medicine from Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences.

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Klamath Health Partnership welcomes clinic founder back to the community

Klamath Health Partnership welcomes clinic founder back to the community

Klamath Falls, Ore. - In 1997, Family Nurse Practitioner Barbara Bergeron recognized Klamath Basin lacked access to affordable health care services for the underserved. In response, Barbara and her husband, Claude, opened the Klamath Open Door Clinic. Operating today as Klamath Health Partnership (KHP), the organization expanded to include dental and behavioral health services alongside primary care. KHP provides services at a reduced price for those who apply and qualify.

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Oregon Senators Announce $7M for Oregon Community Health Centers - $286,750 for Klamath Health Partnership

Oregon Senators Announce $7M for Oregon Community Health Centers - $286,750 for Klamath Health Partnership

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley today announced that 25 community health centers throughout Oregon will get more than $7 million in federal resources to expand access to treatment for substance use and mental health treatment.

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