twitter Tweet

OHSU, OSU, PSU students to open free health clinic for underserved Oregonians

State’s first multidisciplinary student-run health care facility to assist in meeting community health needs, enrich educational experience; preview event Saturday, Sept. 30




Developed and managed by medical, dental, nursing, public health, pharmacy and undergraduate students from OHSU, Oregon State University and Portland State University, the Bridges Collaborative Care Clinic will offer free health care services for underserved individuals in the Portland area.

Media are invited to preview the Bridges Collaborative Care Clinic and conduct interviews with student leaders, faculty advisers and clinic participants.


Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017 at 1:30 p.m.


Bridges Collaborative Care Clinic at Transition Projects’ Clark Center
1431 S.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Portland, OR


The Bridges Collaborative Care Clinic is Oregon’s first multi-institutional and multi-disciplinary student-run free clinic.

Beginning Oct. 7, the clinic, located at Transition Projects’ Clark Center Annex, will offer direct health screening, health and social services and health education clinics to all individuals regardless of insurance status. The goal of the clinic is to help meet the growing health needs of underserved populations while also enhancing students’ professional education.

Under the supervision of licensed health care practitioners, the Bridges Collaborative Care Clinic will operate two Saturdays per month. A second clinic space specializing in dental services will open at Transition Projects' Bud Clark Commons next year.

Previous Story New NIH-funded research hub focuses on emergency care Next Story OHSU, CMH collaborate to bring radiation therapy to the north Oregon coast
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Instagram OHSU Braille services OHSU sign language services OHSU interpreter services X