Mosaic Medical Redmond Clinic Ribbon Cutting and Open House


The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HRSA) awarded Mosaic Medical a $650,000 grant to establish this new clinic in Redmond

Mosaic Medical will hold a Ribbon Cutting and Open House on Friday, June 7 from 4 to 6:30 pm to celebrate the opening of its new Redmond Clinic at 111 NW Larch Avenue. The Redmond Chamber of Commerce will help with a ribbon cutting at 4 pm then tours will be offered and light refreshments served until 6:30 pm.

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HRSA) awarded Mosaic Medical a $650,000 grant to establish this new clinic in Redmond. The “New Access Point” grants are awarded to non-profit community health centers for the delivery of primary care services for underserved and vulnerable populations.

“We are overjoyed to now be better able to serve the Redmond area,” said Mosaic Medical CEO, Megan Haase. “Our non-profit clinics in Bend, Prineville and Madras provide care to over 16,000 patients every year. Over 2000 of these patients live in Redmond, Sisters or Terrebonne and will be able to more easily access this new clinic.”

The HRSA New Access Point program requires a competitive grant proposal that demonstrates a high need in the community. Mosaic Medical was one of five grant awardees in Oregon and the only awardee east of the Cascades.

The Redmond clinic is located across from the St. Charles Health System Redmond Hospital and will be welcoming patients starting Monday, June 3rd.

About Mosaic Medical

Mosaic Medical is a non-profit healthcare organization with primary care clinics in Prineville, Bend, Madras and now Redmond.  Additionally, Mosaic Medical serves children at the Crook County School-Based Health Center and both adults and children at the Lynch Community Clinic in Redmond.

Mosaic Medical is dedicated to supporting physical, emotional, social and cultural wellness for every patient.  Our fees are based on a sliding scale for qualifying patients with limited or no insurance and we accept private insurance, OHP and Medicare.  For more information, please contact Mosaic Medical at 541-447-0707 or see:


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