NHC Milwaukie Medical Clinic
At NHC Milwaukie Medical Clinic, you will receive patient-centered, community-minded care no matter your ability to pay or current state of wellness. Our NHC clinic located in Milwaukie, Oregon offers team-based care for patients of all ages.
Services offered include primary care, family medicine, preventative care, chronic care management, behavioral health and mental health support, nutrition education, and medication reconciliation. We also offer trusted referrals for patients in need of specialty care.
This clinic has an average provider rating of 4.6. The provider ratings used in this average are given to us by a third-party organization that randomly surveys NHC patients. We strive to optimize the patient experience, and feedback is critical to our continual improvement process. Learn more about how and why we collect clinic ratings and patient comments.
A nurse triage service is available after hours for patients in need of clinical advice. Call (503) 416-1960.
For prescription refills of established non-narcotic medications, please call back during business hours. Please note it may take up to 72 hours to process a medication refill. Any new medications or narcotic medications require an in-person visit with your provider before filling. If you cannot wait for a prescription refill, please visit an urgent care facility in your area.
How to Find Us
This clinic is located on the Providence Milwaukie Hospital campus on the third floor of The Healing Place. To access the parking lot, turn onto Llewellyn Street. There is no clinic signage on the main floor. The elevator or stairs to the left of the main entrance will take you up to the 3rd floor. The clinic is in suite 325.
Taking the Bus?
The SE 32nd & Meek Bus Stop is right out front of the Providence Milwaukie Healing Place and services the 75 Bus. The SE Harrison & 32nd Stop two blocks away services the 33 Bus.
You can plan your trip at trimet.org/home/planner.
If transportation is an issue, healthcare transportation assistance may be available. Call the clinic or talk to a receptionist for help. Some insurance plans cover the cost of transportation to and from the clinic. Bus passes, gas cards, or other reimbursements for travel to and from the clinics, may also be available.