Open House Planned for Butte Falls Clinic

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  (WHITE CITY, OR 04/22/15)   Rogue Community Health invites the communities of Butte Falls and Prospect to an open house on Wednesday, May 6, from 3:00 – 5:30pm at 722 Laurel Ave., Butte Falls, Oregon.  There will be free refreshments, blood pressure and cholesterol checks, live telehealth system demonstrations as well as an opportunity to… Read More.



(MEDFORD, OR 04/30/2015) —  Local dermatologists and the American Academy of Dermatology in partnership with Rogue Community Health will be hosting a FREE Skin Cancer Screening event from 6-8pm on May 14 and 20, at Rogue Community Health, 19 Myrtle Street, Medford.  Registration is required.  (541) 842-7648 for an appointment.  A likely candidate for the… Read More.

White City Clinic to Re-Open

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  (WHITE CITY, OR 3/24/15). Rogue Community Health in White City will re-open on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, for patient appointments.  About half of the clinic will be open Wednesday morning and be used for patient care.  The remainder of the building is still under construction to repair damage caused by a water leak. The… Read More.

Rogue Community Health is Beneficiary of Camelot Performance

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(MEDFORD, OR 01/27/15). Rogue Community Health is pleased be the beneficiary of another great Camelot performance.  “A Question of Words,” a romantic comedy by Richard Manley, will debut at Camelot on February 4 as a benefit performance to support Rogue Community Health’s new Integrative Health Program.   The Integrative Health Program, along with Rogue Community Health’s… Read More.

Rogue Community Health Receives Recognition

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  (MEDFORD, OR 12/19/14). Rogue Community Health, formerly Community Health Center, has been awarded $24,116 in a federal grant for its leadership in achieving high quality clinical outcomes and for use of electronic health records as a measure to report data for their patients.  Rogue Community Health was one of 28 federally-qualified health centers in… Read More.

Community Health Center Announces Name Change

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(MEDFORD, OR 11/5/14).    Community Health Center is pleased to announce plans to change its name to Rogue Community Health. This change is being made to give the nonprofit its own distinct identity among 9,000 other community  health centers nationwide who receive federal grant funding and are also designated as federally-qualified health centers. “This change reflects… Read More.

Forsyth Receives Community Health Award

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(MEDFORD, OR 11/5/14).    Dr. John Forsyth, one of Southern Oregon’s most dedicated physicians, is the recipient of the first annual Forsyth Community Health Award, named in his honor.  The presentation, was made during Rogue Community Health’s (formerly known as Community Health Center) Annual Ticket to Health Luncheon on Wednesday, November 5, 12 noon, at the… Read More.

Ashland CHC Re-opens on Fridays


  (ASHLAND, OR.  09/11/2014)   Rogue Community Health (RCH) in Ashland has reopened on Fridays for primary and preventive health care services.  Last April, the health center temporarily closed on Fridays as RCH restructured its operations due to a provider staffing shortage.  Patients with impending appointments were rescheduled or redirected to another health center site and… Read More.

Welcome Tamara Houston, PA-C

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  (WHITE CITY – 8/12/14)  Rogue Community Health is pleased to announce that Tamara L. Houston, PA-C has joined the medical practice and will be seeing patients at Rogue Community Health in White City at 8385 Division Rd., at 99 Central Ave. in Ashland, and also at the School Health Center at Ashland High School.  … Read More.

Darby Heart Fund Buys Cardiac Equipment

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  (MEDFORD, OR 08/11/14). Rogue Community Health has received an $18,801.39 donation from the John and Nora Darby Heart Fund to purchase of specific cardiac-related equipment and supplies to support medical consultations for patients who experience barriers to accessing needed cardiac care. Funds from the Darby Heart Fund will provide AED units, a TUFF Saturation… Read More.