Resumed Services

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Preparing for surgery

The coronavirus outbreak has caused several changes in the way patients prepare for surgery. Watch this video to learn more about pre-surgical testing and instructions.

Do you need care, but don’t have an appointment?

All Legacy Medical Group clinics, in Oregon and Washington, are resuming care for non-urgent and routine visits. We are offering appointments for our patients in-person, by video visit or telephone in all our clinics.We are also welcoming patients for imaging, physical therapy and rehabilitation appointments. 

A focus on safety first

At Legacy Health, the safety of patients and employees is our No. 1 priority, so strict safety measures have been put in place, including:

  • We will ask each patient how they are feeling at the time of scheduling.
  • We will check each person's temperature at the door.
  • We are asking all patients to bring and wear masks - we will provide one to patients who don't bring their own.
  • All of our staff will be wearing masks and other personal protective equipment.
  • Extra cleaning and sanitizing of lobbies, waiting rooms and exam rooms.
Note: Visitors are not allowed to clinic appointments with the patient unless the patient is disabled and needs help to come to their appointment. If the patient is a child, then one parent can come with them to their appointment. Patients having day surgery are allowed one visitor. Learn more about hospital visitor restrictions. 

To make an appointment:

Note: Some services may require a referral.

  • For cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation: 

Resuming non-urgent medical procedures


If you had a previously scheduled surgery or procedure that was postponed or canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions, you will receive communication from your clinic or provider's office. Priority will be given to the most urgent cases.