Masks are still required.

Although Oregon's indoor mask mandate expired in March 2022, they are still required in healthcare facilities.

Thank you for scheduling your visit. Please check in for your appointment 15 minutes early and bring your insurance card and photo ID. Here are a few other important reminders:

Let us know if you have respiratory symptoms

If you are experiencing respiratory symptoms that could be related to COVID-19, influenza or RSV, please let us know before your appointment. Because we care for people in our offices who have a higher risk of developing severe illness with some of these viruses, we may reschedule your visit if it is not medically necessary and/or time sensitive.

Please plan to come to your visit alone

We are taking every step we can to keep our staff, providers and patients healthy, including limiting the people in our office to only those necessary. In situations where you need personal assistance at your visit, we can accommodate up to one healthy adult support person.


Facemasks are still required in healthcare facilities for all people age 2 and older. Medical procedure masks are widely available, easy to wear and proven to be more effective at preventing the spread of illness than fabric masks. If you arrive wearing a fabric mask or poorly fitting mask of any kind, our staff will give you a medical procedure mask to wear while you’re in our building. Please make sure it covers your mouth and nose completely and leave it on at all times.

Masks with air vents or wearing face shields alone do not contain the smallest particles that you exhale when you breathe. If you arrive wearing only a face shield or your mask has vents, we will give you a medical procedure mask to wear. You can use this together with your face shield or you can wear it over the top of your vented mask, if you wish.

Check Accepted

If you’re pregnant and want to begin care at WHA–or need to schedule an appointment during your pregnancy, call us! Find a provider and location here.

Please have your insurance information handy before you begin scheduling.

This will allow our teams to check whether your plan may require a referral for the care you need or to prepare benefits information to share with you at your visit. If you do not enter insurance information when scheduling, you may be asked to pay a $200-$500 deposit before receiving service.