Samaritan Health Services announced the recent opening of a new clinic at the Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis.
Samaritan Medical Group Family Medicine Circle Blvd. started seeing patients June 12. The new clinic is next to Samaritan’s Pediatric Mental Health Clinic at 1112 NW Circle Blvd.
“We are excited to provide a new health care environment and improved access for the community,” said Katie Crow, clinic operations manager, said in a press release.
The clinic offers services such as preventative health care, managing chronic conditions, well-child visits, annual physicals and well-woman exams. The clinic also offers a behavioral health consultant who can partner with the health-care team to help reach the patient’s health and lifestyle goals.
The new location will house the practice of Dr. Rachel Elsasser, who will be moving over from Geary Street Family Medicine. This fall, Dr. Rensa Chen will join Elsasser at the clinic. Both are accepting new patients.
The clinic will operate 7 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays. Parking for the clinic is on the northwest side of the BGCC building.