Current patients of Old Town Clinic may use Extended Hours and Urgent Care services at 727 West Burnside, Portland: Monday through Friday, 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.; Saturday, 1:00 p.m. to 5 p.m.; Closed on all major holidays. Call 503-228-4533 to make an appointment.
Hours for the Central City Concern Pharmacy, located inside Old Town Clinic, are: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays: Closed
People who have very low incomes or homelessness can have multiple medical problems and health issues including chronic conditions like diabetes
or asthma. Homelessness can exacerbate these problems making them more difficult to treat. Old Town Clinic provides compassionate health care
to people who might not otherwise get care, treating them with dignity and respect no matter how complex their care.
Old Town Clinic offers quality health care to everyone on a sliding fee scale. Located in the heart of the Burnside neighborhood, patients
can often get all the care they need in a single location. Clinicians provide both primary and naturopathic care, perform preventive exams,
treat injuries, perform minor procedures and can connect patients with mental health and chemical dependency services.
Old Town Clinic is known for its cost effective and innovative care:
A broad network of specialists accepts referrals from OTC to help patients get the care they need.
An award-winning, unique collaboration between OTC and Oregon Health Sciences University allows physicians in training to understand and address
the social and public health issues that affect the OTC population.
OTC is a demonstration site and model for delivering integrated health care and social services more effectively. Health care providers
from around the country come to Portland to tour OTC.
OTC is home to an Interdisciplinary Community Care Team, a five-member team of healthcare outreach workers who help complex patients strengthen
usage of primary care clinics and other basic services that improve health.
OTC was selected as one of 30 "exemplary clinics" in the United States by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in 2012 through the LEAP Project (Learning from Effective Ambulatory Practices). The lessons and models gathered from LEAP sites like OTC have been compiled into a resource
(found at ImprovingPrimaryCare.org) to help primary care practices improve
their quality of care and become patient-centered medical homes. The website also features several videos, one of which shows Old Town
Clinic staff prominently (below).
Classes and Recent News Items
City Concern partners with Living Yoga to bring trauma-informed yoga to patients of
the Old Town Clinic to foster healing and resilience. Download Old Town Clinic’s Wellness Classes calendar (below) for a monthly schedule of