modern clinic construction with led lighting from high ceilings
The Oregon Clinic Gastroenterology Clinic and Endoscopy Center / NewbergOR
How do you build a medical facility to create easier access to care?
A new freestanding 19,000 square-foot ambulatory surgery facility built on three acres. It's a fully functioning clinic and endoscopy center with three Class-C operating rooms. Specialists will care for and diagnose a wide range of digestive diseases and symptoms, including abdominal pain and bowel difficulties, reflux, swallowing problems, colon and intestinal organ cancers, hepatitis, inflammatory bowel disease, liver and pancreatic problems, and many other conditions. The new ambulatory surgery center will perform colonoscopy and upper intestinal endoscopy services and will increase access locally for these diagnostic and life savings procedures.

“We’re thrilled to give our patients more options and easier access to care,” says Dr. Jeff Douglass, gastroenterologist at The Oregon Clinic. “This new facility will enable more people to get timely care they need, right in the community where they live.”

Facts And Figures

Construction Cost $10 million

19,000 square feet

Completion August 2018

Delivery Methods

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