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REDMOND, OR -- Thanks to several grants, totaling nearly half a million dollars, Mosaic Medical will open a new health clinic in Redmond, which will include medical, behavioral health, dental, nutrition and pharmacy services. It'll be on the first floor of the Cook Crossing affordable housing complex (pictured), currently under construction on Veterans Way, near Kalama Ave. Mosaic Medical provides medical care regardless of income or insurance status. 

 

The nonprofit received $250,000 from the MJ Murdock Charitable Trust, $138,500 from the Ford Family Foundation and a $75,000 grant from The Collins Foundation for construction of the clinic. New dental services are funded by a $200,000 grant from the Oregon Community Foundation, $2,500 from The Roundhouse Foundation and $1,000 from the Curran Family Fund.

 

The new facility is close to schools, social services and a future transit hub planned for just a couple blocks away. It's expected to open September 12. 

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