Mosaic Medical’s new NE Bend clinic, pharmacy to open up under 47 very low-earnings senior apartments

 BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — Mosaic Medical, a nonprofit group wellness middle with 15 clinics across Central Oregon, held a ceremonial ribbon-cutting Monday to mark the opening of the Conners Well being Heart, located at 2065 NE Tucson Way on Bend’s eastside.

The new facility replaces the former clinic situated throughout the avenue, and will start out viewing patients in human being on Monday, Nov. 8. The retail pharmacy will be open up to the local community later this month, and will give medicine at a discounted charge because of to Mosaic’s participation in the federal 340B medicine help program, the firm said in its information release, which proceeds in entire beneath.

“We are very very pleased and enthusiastic to be in a position to go on to provide superb main care to our Bend people at our new place,” reported Megan Haase, FNP and CEO of Mosaic Medical. “And to now offer you a Mosaic Pharmacy site open to the group in Bend as nicely.”  

The Mosaic health centre and pharmacy occupy the floor floor of the making, with “Legacy Landing”—a 47-device apartment advanced housing small-money seniors—on the higher a few floors.

Legacy Landing is a Housing Is effective house. Six of the residences have been set aside for qualifying clients of Mosaic Medical who have chronic medical conditions. This is the 2nd joint undertaking between Mosaic and Housing Works a very similar hard work opened in Redmond in 2017.

“We are quite excited to be partnering with Mosaic Medical on this enhancement,” claimed Geoff Wall, main fiscal officer of Housing Will work. “By integrating Mosaic’s clinic on-web site and offering a backlink to their proactive, workforce-based strategy to coordinated care, we can enormously increase the wellbeing of the inhabitants and the bordering neighborhood.”

The floor ground occupied by Mosaic is 13,297 sq. toes, and was created by GL3 Architects of Bend. R&H Development was the building contractor. An modern DIRTT method showcasing adaptable wall and flooring buildings will allow for for simplified renovations as needed in the foreseeable future.

“The DIRTT adaptable wall and flooring method will offer us with the ability to accommodate adjustments in the way health care is shipped in the upcoming,” stated Steve Strang, chief fiscal officer at Mosaic Medical.

The new site will accommodate on normal a staff of 85, who will welcome up to 150 people per day.

About Mosaic Medical:

Mosaic Medical is a nonprofit community wellbeing heart that serves Central Oregonians from all walks of lifestyle. Through a network of 15 clinics, we provide integrated health services that address just about every patient’s medical, dental, behavioral well being, nutrition and medication wants. Our care is by no means influenced by

how a lot funds our individuals make, what language they talk or the status of their insurance policies protection. Mosaic Medical provides high-quality care for all.