88,000-square-foot building consolidated several existing clinics around Klamath Falls and includes OHSU education and research offices
The non-profit, community-owned hospital, Sky Lakes Medical Center, in partnership with Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), constructed a four-story building in Klamath Falls to support collaborative and innovative approaches to healthcare delivery. The 88,000-square-foot building on the west side of the campus consolidated several existing clinics around Klamath Falls and includes OHSU education and research offices. The new medical office improves clinical care, and provides an ideal venue for training, ultimately enhancing the health of local communities. The campus also houses the new academic headquarters for the OHSU Campus for Rural Health aiming to improve access to health services by situating clinicians, OHSU residents, and students together.
Sky Lakes Medical Center
88,000 square feet
6,200 SF clinic features six clinic exam rooms, six counseling/case management rooms, and a large community room
Blackburn Medical Center
Six-story integrated housing and clinical services building focused on recovery and mental health services