We’re an essential community provider.
Since opening its doors in 1972 with a small all-volunteer clinic in Ashland, Oregon, Rogue Community Health (RCH) has grown to serve the medical needs of people of all ages and backgrounds with clinics in Ashland, Medford, White City and Butte Falls, Oregon; and school-based health centers located at Eagle Point and Ashland High Schools, Butte Falls Charter School and Prospect High School.
In 2004, we became a Federally-Qualified Health Center (FQHC) providing comprehensive, integrated services for the entire family. We serve more than 10,000 individual patients each year in Jackson County. Most private insurances are accepted and a generous sliding-fee scale is available for those uninsured.
The singular charitable mission of Rogue Community Health has remained relatively unchanged since 1972 and that is “To promote the health of low-income, working uninsured, and other vulnerable adults and children in Jackson County, Oregon.“
Who do we serve
Our focus as a patient-centered primary care home is to provide care for low-income families of all ages and backgrounds, regardless of insurance status, that encourages education and participation in health care decisions.