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Your health matters here! The Sunnyside Health Center offers a convenient, all-in-one health center for individuals and families to access medical, mental health, and dental services! Clackamas Health Centers offers care on a sliding fee scale to eligible uninsured and underinsured people. No one is refused care due to an inability to pay.
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We provide quality health care at an affordable price for the entire family. Our skilled, bilingual medical staff work with patients of all ages for anything from regular checkups and treatment of the common cold, to managing chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and more:
- Basic care for all ages.
- Family Planning.
- Prenatal Care.
- Health Education.
- Mental and Emotional Services.
- Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services.
- STI Treatment.
*Clackamas Health Centers will not provide narcotics for pain on the first visit.
We accept Oregon Health Plan (OHP)/Medicaid, Medicare, and many private plans. For those without insurance or who are underinsured, we offer services on a sliding scale based on income (proof of income required) with a fee of at least $20 to be paid for medical visits at the time of appointment.
Mental Health Services
Our Mental Health Specialist and Behavioral Health Consultant are onsite to provide outpatient counseling services to our established medical patients for both mental health and drug and alcohol issues. These services are provided to patients to assist in overcoming dependencies, adjusting to life, and making changes.
We accept all forms of insurance with mental health coverage. For those without mental health coverage, please contact the Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division at (503) 742-5335.
We provide quality dental care at an affordable price for the entire family. Our skilled, bilingual dental staff work with patients of all ages, and services include basic cleanings, x-rays, fillings, extractions, and more.
We accept OHP (CareOregon, Capitol, Moda-Plus (formerly ODS), Open Card), CAWEM (Standard and Plus), and Moda (formerly ODS) commercial dental insurance plans. For those without insurance or who are underinsured, we offer services on a sliding scale based on income (proof of income required) with a fee of at least $40 to be paid for dental visits at the time of appointment.
To best meet the needs of our patients, our staff is divided into patient care teams. Each care team, or "pod," works in partnership with the patient to strengthen his or her motivation for a commitment to change. The patient is at the center of the care team and is surrounded by the support of family, medical providers, nurses, medical assistants and counselors, all working together to improve the health of the patient.
Angela Amundson, FNP received her undergraduate training in the Biological Basis of Behavior from the University of Pennsylvania and her graduate training in Family Nursing Practice from the George Washington University. Angela has a background in social services and addictions nursing prior to coming to Clackamas Health Centers first as a Registered Nurse in 2011 and then as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2015. When she is not working, Angela loves to spend time with her family biking, running and swimming in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.51721
Cheryl was born in Portland, Oregon in the same hospital as her mother and they had the same nurse. She graduated from OHSU School of Nursing 1979 with a BSN. She completed graduate school at the University of Washington for her Family Nurse Practitioner degree in 1986. Cheryl enjoys working in public health, communicable diseases and vulnerable populations. She enjoys spending time with her adult children and extended family and enjoys travel around the Northwest. She loves to plan trips. Cheryl likes handiwork, knitting/crocheting and is a member of same book group for 10 years.51721
Gwen Casey-Ford, MD received her undergraduate education at Rice University in Houston, TX, went to the University of Rochester School of Medicine for medical school, and to OHSU for her residency in Family Medicine. She has been at Clackamas Health Centers for five years, and enjoys developing relationships with a wide variety of patients in all walks and stages of life. When she is not working, she enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her two children. She speaks fluent Spanish.51721
Kim Kelly is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She completed residency at the University of Minnesota-Smiley's Family Medicine Residency in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was born just east of Cleveland, Ohio and has been in Oregon for 10 years. She lives in Boring and spends a lot of time working in her garden and spending time with her family. She also loves hiking, camping, and reading.51721
Alex Pandzik FNP-c is a graduate of the Samford University Family Nurse Practitioner program. He completed preceptorships in Arizona, Oregon and Kansas. He was born in Kansas and lived in Nebraska prior to moving to Portland for further education. Interests include preventive medicine, nutrition, foreign language and fitness. He and his wife take care of a small dog with a big personality. He speaks Spanish and English.51721
Rocío Petersen, MS is a bilingual registered dietitian nutritionist and lactation educator. She’s originally from Argentina and has a passion for supporting families to enjoy a healthy life through tasty food and good nutrition. She loves going on hikes in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen, and teaching Jazzercise aerobics classes.51721