New home: Clinic expands

April 2011 Posted in Community, Other, Your Health

Natural light inside and more adjacent parking outside are some of the amenities of the new home for Mount Angel Family Medicine.
Mount Angel Family Medicine has moved into the specially renovated 5,000 square foot space at 250 W. Marquam St. and doctors and staff invite the public to join them in celebration April 14, 3 to 7 p.m.

The building, which was previously a grocery store, has been completely refurbished to provide twice the space, modern workflows and more patient amenities.

With input from physicians and staff, the architects designed the renovation to include windows that provide natural light, five examination rooms, and a larger and more comfortable reception and waiting area.

Outside, patients will find a new façade and landscaping, along with ample parking – something that was in short supply at the old clinic on North Main.

Opening ceremony
250 W. Marquam
Thursday, April 14, 3 – 7 p.m.
Ribbon cutting 3:30 p.m.
Blessing, tours, music, art show

Roughly half of the new building will be home to Silverton Hospital Network’s materials management department, which orders, stocks and delivers medical and office supplies to all of the network’s facilities.

The clinic will house the practices of Dr. James Domst, Dr. Dan Hyde, Dr. Faith Koschmann, Dr. Mayda Ramos and Dr. James Walker.

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