COVID-19: Taking Care of Our Community

 

We remain committed to your family’s health and our clinic is open for your health care needs. The safety and wellbeing of our patients and our staff are of the highest priority.

We know you are concerned about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and we want to share our efforts to reduce the potential for exposure at our clinic and help keep our patients, staff, and community healthy during this rapidly evolving situation.

 

What Are We Doing?

We are following the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines and taking extra precautions to help prevent the spread of the virus:

  • We have increased our cleaning measures and are frequently disinfecting exam rooms, workstations and high-touch surfaces, and objects within our clinic.
  • We have spaced out appointments and implemented precautionary scheduling strategies to reduce the number of people in the building at any given time.
  • We have temporarily turned off online appointment requests and ask our patients to CALL our clinic for an appointment.
  • We are triaging routine appointments for patients who are in any of the high-risk health categories.
  • We have removed non-essential high-touch objects in the reception area – magazines, children’s toys, etc, self-serve coffee bar and bottled water.
  • All sick employees are asked to stay home.
  • Employees are instructed to practice good hygiene and etiquette by washing hands frequently, using alcohol-based hand sanitizer, avoiding unnecessary physical contact, and covering their mouths and noses with tissue or elbow for coughing and sneezing.

What Can You Do?

  • Walk-ins of any kind are not allowed at this time. Whether you’d like to pay your bill or make an appointment, please CALL our office.
  • If you feel sick, notify our clinic of your symptoms before coming in (or canceling) your appointment. Appointments may be rescheduled and there will be no penalties for late cancellations.
  • Don’t bring family and friends to your appointment unless necessary.
  • Practice Social Distancing and STAY HOME whenever possible.
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently-touched objects and surfaces.
  • If you or a member of your household are sick or have flu-like symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), the entire household should SELF-QUARANTINE.
  • Call our clinic if you are feeling any symptoms associated with COVID-19.

Can I Get Tested for COVID-19 at Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic?

We now have the ability to test in-clinic, however, TESTING SUPPLIES ARE EXTREMELY LIMITED. In order to conserve our testing supplies and our caregivers, Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic is strictly limiting our COVID-19 testing at this time.

In order to be tested, you must:

  •  Have a fever above 99.6 within the past 24 hours

AND

  • Have a cough

AND

  • Have shortness of breath

AND ONE of the following:

  • Age greater than 60 years
  • Immunosuppressed

A chronic disease of one of the following:

  • Cardiovascular system
  • Pulmonary system
  • Diabetes Mellitus

 For the latest information on the virus, including information on testing and how to get treatment, visit the CDC website. For updates on the situation in Oregon, please visit the Oregon Health Authority website.

We will continue to keep you informed as the situation evolves or further precautions are issued by government officials.

Thank you for your continued trust in Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic.

 

About Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic

The medical professionals at Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic pride themselves on providing complete family medicine for individuals and families in and around Lake Oswego, Oregon. The team, led by Dr. Selby, listen to the needs of patients, considering their trust a privilege and respond by offering personalized care that meet health and lifestyle goals. 

Doctors of Osteopathic (DO) Medicine undergo similar training to medical doctors (MD), including four years of medical school followed by residency and fellowship training. And, like MDs, DOs must pass comparable examinations and obtain state licensure in order to practice medicine. 

However, Osteopathic medical schools focus on training students to become primary care physicians. This training emphasizes a more “whole person” approach to care that focuses on wellness and disease prevention. Their training also includes an in-depth understanding of the interconnected musculoskeletal system that includes muscles, nerves, and bones, which makes DOs more attuned to how an illness in one area of the body affects another area. 

Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic understands that life is full and, at times, challenging. In response, the practice offers a wide selection of health care services in-house with providers whom patients trust. Convenient office hours, prompt service, and quick lab results make the practice the perfect choice. 

The Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic has been helping the community of Lake Oswego, Oregon, with all their health care needs for over 30 years, specializing in providing comprehensive family medicine. 

The practice’s services include offering laboratory tests on-site with confidential results available within one to two days. Patients may access results via Patient Portal. 

From childhood to older ages, the team at Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic wants to build a lasting partnership. Its comfortable clinic helps individuals and families relax and receive the best care possible in detecting any medical problems. As men and women grow and change, the team monitors and provide ongoing customized health care.

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Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic

The medical professionals at Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic pride themselves on providing complete family medicine for individuals and families in and around Lake Oswego, Oregon. The team, led by Dr. Selby, listen to the needs of patients, considering their trust a privilege and respond by offering personalized care that meet health and lifestyle goals. 

Doctors of Osteopathic (DO) Medicine undergo similar training to medical doctors (MD), including four years of medical school followed by residency and fellowship training. And, like MDs, DOs must pass comparable examinations and obtain state licensure in order to practice medicine. 

However, Osteopathic medical schools focus on training students to become primary care physicians. This training emphasizes a more “whole person” approach to care that focuses on wellness and disease prevention. Their training also includes an in-depth understanding of the interconnected musculoskeletal system that includes muscles, nerves, and bones, which makes DOs more attuned to how an illness in one area of the body affects another area. 

Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic understands that life is full and, at times, challenging. In response, the practice offers a wide selection of health care services in-house with providers whom patients trust. Convenient office hours, prompt service, and quick lab results make the practice the perfect choice. 

The Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic has been helping the community of Lake Oswego, Oregon, with all their health care needs for over 30 years, specializing in providing comprehensive family medicine. 

The practice’s services include offering laboratory tests on-site with confidential results available within one to two days. Patients may access results via Patient Portal. 

From childhood to older ages, the team at Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic wants to build a lasting partnership. Its comfortable clinic helps individuals and families relax and receive the best care possible in detecting any medical problems. As men and women grow and change, the team monitors and provide ongoing customized health care.


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We are accepting new patients! Same day appointments available and in-house lab drawing.

We are accepting new patients! Same day appointments available and in-house lab drawing.

Major Insurances Accepted

We accept most commercial health insurance. We accept the following list and additional insurances, so if you do not see your insurance listed here or have any questions please give our office a call. Thank you!

Aetna
All Savers®
Blue Cross
BlueCross BlueShield
Cigna
First Choice Health
First Health
GEHA
HealthNet
Humana
Kaiser Added Choice
Meritain Health
Moda Health
Providence Health Plans
UMR
United Health Care

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  • Debbie
    Debbie
    Clinical Manager
  • Shannon
    Shannon
    Assistant Clinic Manager and Lead Medical Assistant
  • Sabrina
    Sabrina
    Lead Front Office Coordinator
  • Tammy
    Tammy
    Office Coordinator
  • Jeanette
    Jeanette
    Medical Assistant

Location
Lake Grove Family Medical Clinic
16463 Boones Ferry Road, Suite 100
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
Phone: 503-770-0855
Fax: 503-635-8470
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