COVID-19 Safety & Access Information

NUNM Health Centers appreciate your patience as we adapt to changing needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Your health is our priority. 

In accordance with state guidelines, NUNM Health Centers are have resumed in person care for select services. We now offering both telephone and video visits with our Naturopathic Physicians and Chinese Medicine providers to support your access to care.

Our Health Centers have made the following adjustments to operations in order to prioritize the safety of our community.

  • All patients are required to wear a mask that properly covers their nose and mouth.
  • All Health Center visitors are required to have their temperature taken and answer a set of COVID-19 exposure and symptom screening questions.
  • Providers, student interns, and staff are also required to wear personal protective equipment that protects themselves and the patients they serve.
  • Providers and students who come in close contact with patients are required to wear face-shields or protective eyewear with a mask that covers their nose and mouth.
  • All individuals within the health center are asked to practice social-distancing and remain a distance of six feet from each other when possible.
  • Appointment schedules have been adjusted to allow additional space for social-distancing.
  • Enhanced cleaning of contact surfaces and treatment rooms takes place before and after each appointment.
  • Additional hand sanitizing stations have been provided for convenience.

We encourage all patients to call our scheduling team at 503.552.1551 if you have questions about what type of visit is right for you. While we continue to offer COVID-19 testing for those meeting recommended testing criteria, at this time we are not offering antibody testing. We will continue to monitor and update our protocols per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Oregon Health Authority (OHA).   

There is no specific treatment for coronavirus. Most infected people will recover on their own and expert guidance at this time is encouraging patients to stay home. We will continue to monitor and update our protocols per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Oregon Health Authority (OHA).