Who are we?
Our medical staff is a diverse group of professionals including board certified nurse practitioners, registered nurses, a psychiatric medicaton management provider, and certified medical assistants. For more information about individual medical staff members, please see the Staff page.
Primary Care Services
Reed medical services offers a variety of primary care services, including
We offer scheduled appointments and same day visits Monday-Friday 9am–4:30 pm (last appointment of the day scheduled at 4pm). To make an appointment, contact us at 503-777-7281, schedule on the Student Portal, or come by the Health and Counseling Center.
After-Hours Medical Care
When the Health and Counseling Center is closed, students can access free medical advice and consultation through Fonemed, which is staffed by registered nurses.
When your call is answered, you will be triaged by a nurse. Once they receive the necessary information, you will receive a call back within 30 minutes. You may be connected with a nurse immediately depending on the severity of your symptoms.
Emergency and Hospital Information
In the case of a life-threatening emergency, call:
For non-life-threatening urgent or emergency care, call one of the following facilities:
Providence Milwaukie: 503-513-8300
For a full list of local hospitals, click here.
Consultations by the medical staff at the HCC are free for enrolled students regardless of insurance coverage. Prescriptions, lab work, in-house lab testing, immunizations, and some other procedures will require a fee.
When you need care beyond what HCC offers, the costs incurred by seeking treatment elsewhere will depend upon your insurance coverage. Reed offers insurance for its students, which covers primary and specialty care off campus. We recommend that the Reed Health and Counseling Center refer you to any specialty care services. If you are covered under a parent's insurance, it is a requirement of Reed's that your coverage is comparable to Reed insurance. Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), in particular, may have restrictions about where and by whom you can be treated. If you need consultation with an off-campus specialist (i.e. x-rays, specialist visits, etc.), the HCC can assist with an appropriate referral.