Summer 2020
Thanks to the generous support of donors, Mosaic’s mobile clinic program is entering a new era with a state-of-the-art clinic. Our new clinic unit, a 2019 Ford Winnebago, is now able to safely travel across the region, even during inclement weather, to reach those who need medical care most.

New amenities include functional air conditioning and heat, all-wheel drive, expanded exam room space, wheelchair accessibility and increased refrigeration space for vaccines. Mosaic is now able to provide enhanced wrap around medical services to better serve the increasing number of community members who are experiencing homelessness in Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson Counties.

Special thanks to the Mosaic supporters who helped make this dream a reality:
Collins Foundation
Oregon Community Foundation
Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation
First Interstate Bank Foundation
Central Oregon Realtors Association
Over 20 individual community members
Read the full media release on our blog.
More good news to smile about
Kemple Memorial Children's Dental Fund

Mosaic is excited to announce the creation of the Kemple Memorial Children's Dental Fund. The Kemple Memorial Children’s Dental Clinic began with Dr. H.M. Kemple’s one goal: to ensure all children in the community had access to quality dental care. He believed that improving the health and well-being of all children and young adults in the community creates a strong, healthy workforce and a vibrant economy.

In 1998 he put his plan into action by opening the doors of The Kemple Clinic. After his passing in 2007, The Kemple Memorial Children’s Dental Clinic continued to be a place where Central Oregon children could get the dental care they needed at no cost to their families.

Mosaic is proud and honored to continue the vision of Dr. Kemple and the mission of The Kemple Memorial Children’s Dental Clinic with the creation of the Kemple Memorial Children’s Dental Fund. Funds raised from the Brighter Smiles Campaign and gifts from the community will continue to provide low income and uninsured children with quality, integrated dental services at Mosaic’s clinics in Bend, Redmond, Prineville and Madras.

Oregon Community Foundation grant

The OCF Children’s Dental Health Initiative Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation has granted Mosaic Medical $20,000 to support our efforts to continue to provide dental care for children in our community. This grant will be used to supplement the Kemple Memorial Children’s Dental Fund to carry forward the vision of Dr. Kemple and the mission of Kemple Memorial Children’s Dental Clinic.
To contribute to the Kemple Memorial Children's Dental Fund or to learn about other ways
you can support Mosaic, please click here. View our Wish List here.
Other Happenings
Carla Stevens, RN, MS
Mosaic welcomes new COO

Please join us in welcoming Carla Stevens, RN, MS to Mosaic as our Chief Operations Officer.

“I’m incredibly excited to join a team focused on providing care to the most vulnerable in our community, while having such high quality of care that anyone would want to join as a patient,” said Carla. “I believe Mosaic is well-positioned to support community health for all, and I look forward to being a part of this mission.”
Behavioral Health hotline launched for Mosaic patients

In response to an increase in the need for mental health support during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mosaic Behavioral Health team has launched a hotline: 541-408-9562.

Mosaic patients in need of immediate support are able to call and speak to a behavioral health professional.

Hotline hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
OHP enrollment reminder

Mosaic continues to provide free OHP enrollment assistance for all Central Oregonians who are out of work, working less or are uninsured. You do not need to be a Mosaic patient to access this resource.

A direct line has been established for those seeking support: 541-647-2717. Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
"Unsung Hero" finds volunteering rewarding

Congratulations to Jason Villanueva, a Community Health Worker at Mosaic's Redmond clinic who was recently honored as a Bend Bulletin "Unsung Hero."

Jason was nominated by readers of the Bulletin for his efforts to connect Spanish-speaking people in Central Oregon with resources during the pandemic. He started the Facebook group Compañeros en Pandemia Oregon Central: Recursos y Ayuda (Pandemic Partners Central Oregon: Help and Resources) to share resources and information in Spanish.
Jason Villanueva, CHW, Mosaic Redmond
Latino outreach efforts funded

The Oregon Health Authority recently launched a new program designed to support the response to COVID-19 in culturally- and linguistically-responsible ways in communities across the state.

Mosaic is proud to be one of the organizations receiving funds through this program, allowing us to provide additional community education and outreach to the Spanish-speaking community in Central Oregon. Read more about the OHA program here.
Adjusted clinic hours

Our adjusted clinic hours may look a bit different in each community we serve, but one thing remains the same: Mosaic is here for Central Oregonians, with clinics in Bend, Redmond, Prineville and Madras. Note: our pediatric teams in each community are currently offering separate clinics for well and sick children.

For current hours/availability or to schedule an appointment at any of our clinics, please call us at 541-383-3005.

Virtual visits (phone and video) also available!
Mosaic Medical is a nonprofit community health center that serves all Central Oregonians, regardless of life circumstances. Through a network of 15 clinics, we offer integrated health services that address each patient’s medical, dental, behavioral health, nutrition and medication needs. Our care is never influenced by how much
money our patients make, what language they speak or the status of their insurance coverage. Mosaic Medical provides quality care for all.
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