Sublimity, Oregon
114 SE Church St.
Sublimity, OR 97385
503-769-2259
Welcome to Sublimity Medical Clinic, Part of Santiam Hospital. When it comes to your family and your health care, we understand how important it is to find the right medical provider. We are committed to lifelong exceptional care provided to you and your family. Sublimity's primary care clinic is a state-certified, Patient Centered Primary Care Home( PCPCH). As a result the staff and the medical providers emphasize care coordination and communication. Ultimately primary care centers around the medical needs of our patients. It is our goal for you to live a healthy, vibrant, and well balanced life. We know you'll be well cared for by our excellent staff.

Everything You Need to Know About Primary Care Clinics September 28, 2017

Everything You Need to Know About Primary Care Clinics, Sublimity, Oregon

Whether you need a routine checkup or antibiotics for a bacterial infection, a primary care clinic is typically a patient’s first stop for most non-emergency health issues. Santiam Hospital provides general care for patients throughout the Mid-Willamette Valley, OR, and is here to explain everything you need to know about primary clinics.

What Is a Primary Care Clinic?

A primary care clinic is a health care facility that typically provides general treatments for non-life-threatening medical conditions. The types of doctors who work in these practices include providers who see patients of all ages, from birth to expiration. These providers are typically the first point of contact a patient will reach out to when experiencing the initial symptoms of a sickness.

What Are the Benefits of Going to a Primary Care Clinic?

primary care clinicOne of the main advantages is having a main doctor who understands your overall medical history. For example, if you are experiencing specific symptoms, your primary care physician can look to your past to try to understand your current condition. They are also able to recommend you to a specialist in their network who may be better equipped to treat your issue.

When Should I Go to a Primary Care Clinic?

If you need a routine physical or checkup, a primary care clinic should be your destination. They also treat general and non-life-threatening illnesses, provide vaccinations, and can direct you to a specialist for more specific treatments.

If you are in need of a primary care physician in the Mid-Willamette Valley, turn to the health care professionals at Santiam Hospital. The friendly doctors use their expertise and state-of-the-art technology to diagnose and treat a variety of illnesses. Call (503) 749-4734 to schedule an appointment, or visit their website to learn more about their services. 

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