Medical and Dental Clinics


Beginning with one clinic per week in 1972, we have grown to now provide an average of 20 clinics each month in two locations. Our clinics in Corvallis and Lebanon provide basic acute and primary care to community members who do not currently have OHP or private insurance. All Community Outreach medical services are provided by trained, professional volunteers.







Free Medical Clinics

Primary and acute medical care for low-income, uninsured, or under-insured community members. Care is provided by local volunteer physicians at locations in Corvallis and Lebanon. No appointments are needed and patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis. More >


No-Cost Specialty Clinics

  • Physical Therapy Clinic
  • Women’s Health Clinic
  • Diabetes Education Program



Veterans Medical Clinic

Serves veterans who are unable to travel long distances to receive care, or those who are scheduled more than 30 days out for an appointment at a VA Medical Center. Trained staff are available in person or by phone to help eligible veterans receive services. To schedule an appointment, please call Lisa Quick at 541-758-3000, ext 110.


OHP Clinic

Serves Oregon Health Plan insurance holders, providing primary care services including acute and long term medical care. Both IHN and OHP patients will be seen. Fees for services are billed directly to the Oregon Health Plan. More >


Fee-for-Service Alternative Care Clinic

Provides quality care and a medical home to patients with limited access to health care. Fees are at a reduced rate with the option for patient to bill their own insurance if they qualify. Clinic combines integrative and traditional medicine, with emphasis on optimal health and healing as well as maintaining an individualized patient-physician relationship. More >


Farm Clinic Outreach Program

Brings preventative and acute medical care to temporary rural clinic locations throughout Benton County for individuals facing barriers to healthcare.  More >


Low-Cost Dental Clinic

Dental care for low-income, uninsured people in need of dental services. Treatment is provided several times each month, during the school year, by volunteer dentists, hygienists, and dental assistant students at Linn-Benton Community College.  More >


Volunteer Program

Volunteers and interns play a key role in our ability to serve others in our community. Without them, we would not be where we are today and our capacity to serve would be nowhere near as great. We are always looking for more volunteers, and thank you for taking the time to fill out an application.