Tag Archives: quality care for all

Hotline for Help Handling Acute Distress

En español Mosaic Medical created a Behavioral Health Hotline early on in the COVID-19 pandemic as a way for Mosaic Medical patients who are experiencing acute distress to have immediate access to a Mosaic Behavioral Health provider. If an individual is not a Mosaic patient, but would like to establish care with Mosaic and has […]

 

Media Release: Mosaic Welcomes New Mobile Community Clinic

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Bridget McGinn, Communications Manager Tel: 541.408.3327; Email: bridget.mcginn@mosaicmedical.org Support from donors makes it possible to provide state-of-the-art care on the go Bend, Oregon, Aug. 12, 2020 – Mosaic Medical is pleased to announce that our new Mobile Community Clinic (MCC) has arrived in Central Oregon. The new clinic and will begin […]

 

Media Release: Mosaic Welcomes New Chief Operations Officer

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Bridget McGinn, Communications Manager Tel: 541.408.3327; Email: bridget.mcginn@mosaicmedical.org Carla Stevens, RN, MS brings a passion for community health to her new role Bend, Oregon, July 17, 2020 – Mosaic Medical, a nonprofit community health center providing quality care for all in Bend, Redmond, Prineville and Madras, recently welcomed Carla Stevens, RN, […]

 

Media Release: Mosaic Medical Adapts to Address COVID-19

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Bridget McGinn, Communications Manager Tel: 541.408.3327; Email: bridget.mcginn@mosaicmedical.org Patients are encouraged to call with concerns; walk-ins not accepted Bend, Oregon, Mar. 22, 2020 – In response to the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation, Mosaic Medical is adapting to keep patients and care team members safe. “In support of the strong public health […]

 

COVID-19 Information for Mosaic Patients and Our Community

Para información en español, presione aquí Updated May 13, 2020 Mosaic Medical is working with state and local partners to create and manage a response plan for COVID-19, a type of coronavirus, which is a small germ that can spread and cause illness in people.  COVID-19 mostly affects the respiratory system. While most infections are […]

 

Public Charge: Update on the Supreme Court Ruling

Updated Aug. 18, 2020: As of July 29, 2020 the new Public Charge rule is BLOCKED in the entire United States. Check OregonLawHelp.org and protectimmigrantfamilies.org for the most up-to-date information on Public Charge. Please also see the linked, updated documents below. Public Charge and the COVID-19 Emergency Reminders: Many immigrants are exempt from the Public […]

 

Mental Health Services Are Closer to Home with Tele-Mental Health

An in-depth look at the innovative work of our Behavioral Health team to reduce barriers to mental health services for our rural patients. The Need for Mental Health Care There is no question that a lack of access to proper mental health care is one of Central Oregon’s biggest public health struggles. Every day Mosaic […]

 

Mindful Holiday Eating and Drinking

Guest blog post by Kimberly Swanson, Ph.D., Director for Behavioral Health at Mosaic Medical All of our best intentions and good health habits are put to the ultimate test this time of year, and mindful holiday eating and drinking can help us navigate the season healthfully. During the holiday season there are typically lots of […]

 

Screen Time for Kids: A Pediatrician’s Perspective

Guest blog post from Rebecca Hicks, MD, IBCLC. Dr. Hicks is a pediatrician with Mosaic Medical who is passionate about promoting healthy family connections (and limiting screen time for kids!). What an amazing fall we have had in Central Oregon! The warm weather and beautiful autumn colors have lasted a full month longer than the […]

 

Gender Affirmative Healthcare Workgroup: Creating Inclusive Care for All

The Transgender and Gender Affirmative Healthcare Workgroup at Mosaic recently concluded more than 18 months of work to ensure that Mosaic Medical serves all community members in a welcoming and inclusive way. The workgroup includes more than twenty employees from across the system, all serving in many different roles. Each of the workgroup members are […]