In partnership with OCHIN, who supports our clinic’s electronic health record system, we are offering our patients secure, online access to their personal medical charts. Using the OCHIN MyChart, patients can see lab results, medication lists, make appointments, and much more – online, any time of the day or night.
To access your online medical chart, please click here:
|This is the link to OCHIN MyChart web site: https://mychart.ochin.org/mychart.|
Take steps every day to live a safe and healthy life.
- Eat a variety of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains every day.
- Limit foods and drinks high in calories, sugar, salt, fat, and alcohol.
- Eat a balanced diet to help keep a healthy weight.
Choose my Plate (USDA)
- Be active for at least 2½ hours a week. Include activities that raise your breathing and heart rates and that strengthen your muscles.
- Help kids and teens be active for at least 1 hour a day. Include activities that raise their breathing and heart rates and that strengthen their muscles and bones.
- Physical activity helps to:
- Maintain weight
- Reduce high blood pressure
- Reduce risk for type 2 diabetes, heart attack, stroke, and several forms of cancer
- Reduce arthritis pain and associated disability
- Reduce risk for osteoporosis and falls
- Reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety
Protect yourself and your family.
- Wear helmets, seat belts, sunscreen, and insect repellent.
- Wash hands to stop the spread of germs.
- Avoid smoking and breathing other people’s, or (second hand), smoke.
- Build safe and healthy relationships with family and friends.
- Be ready for emergencies. Gather emergency supplies. Make a plan. Be informed.
- Balance work, home, and play.
- Get support from family and friends.
- Stay positive.
- Take time to relax.
- Get 7-9 hours of sleep each night. Make sure kids get more, based on their age.
- Get help or counseling if needed.
- Ask your doctor or nurse how you can lower your risk for health problems.
- Find out what exams, tests, and shots you need and when to get them.
- See your doctor or nurse for regular check-ups and as often as directed. Get seen if you feel sick, have pain, notice changes, or have problems with medicine.
Klamath Health Partnership has been working hard to provide needed services to the entire community, regardless of financial status, for several years. We have gone from a tiny clinic to a larger one, trying to keep up with the needs of Basin residents. It’s time for us to grow again, and we would like your support.
We are applying for a Capital Development Grant, which would allow us to expand and renovate the current Klamath Falls clinic. Our plan for the grant is to increase availability of not only the medical and dental services we already offer, but to add services as well.
In order to back up our application for this grant, it is important that we can show support from the community. It couldn’t be simpler – all we’re asking is that you send an email to us at email@example.com telling us that you’re interested in writing a letter of support. Next week, we will mail out information to those interested, telling you a little more about the project and the grant and explaining exactly what we need from you. We promise it will be as quick and painless as possible, and increase our chances of serving the community even better than before.
We are very excited about this opportunity and look forward to continuing our work to improve our services and access to them. Keep coming back for more updates and information!
Community Health Centers are central in the ongoing debate over federal spending. As a community facing cuts to programs such as Medicaid and Medicare, we as a clinic want to point out how critical these programs are to allow us to provide care for everyone. Part of our mission is to eliminate barriers to health – including financial barriers – and financial assistance from the federal government is one of the things that allows us to eliminate those barriers.
Klamath Health Partnership provides high quality, cost-effective care to more than 10,000 people in Klamath County every year. Together with health centers around the country, we save the health care system $24 billion a year. Our system works – and we want to keep working for you.
We need your help. If programs like Medicaid and Medicare lose funding, we will lose the majority of our revenue. The loss of funding would undermine our model of care and threaten our ability to provide the community with the high quality care we are determined to offer. We ask you to help us support you as a community by supporting us as a community health center.
Stay tuned in the coming weeks as we continue to offer more information about the importance of community health centers and what you can do to help us in the Campaign for America’s Health Centers.
We hope you enjoy visiting our new and improved web site. We are always interested in your comments and suggestions, and can be reached via email form on the Contact Us page.
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