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PACS Dental Clinic, Gateway Grace Clinic

a caring dental clinic, serving low-income uninsured adults, a program of Portland Adventist Community Services

The Dental Clinic is NOW OPEN! Our goal is to provide comprehensive dental care to uninsured adults up to the 300% of the federal poverty level.

Eligibility:
*18 years and older
*Unable to qualify for Oregon Health Plan (OHP)
*Unable to afford private dental insurance (up to 300% of the federal poverty limit)

Fees:
*A nominal fee will be charged, please call for details

Office Hours: Monday – Thursday from 8 am to 4 pm
Phone: 503-907-6768

Address: 1424 NE 109th Ave, Portland, OR 97220 (behind the Fly Fishing Shop on Halsey, same block as PACS)

For more information about the Dental Clinic contact us at 503-907-6768 or becky.bradshaw@pacsonline.org (dental receptionist).

Volunteering Opportunities at the Dental Clinic

If you are a dentist and would love to spend a day or more serving our community please contact Carol James, Dental Manager, at carol.james@pacsonline.org or 503-907-6768 x1202. We would love to have you join our PACS Family as a volunteer dentist.

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Our History

Our PACS Medical Clinic was a place where volunteer primary care providers have ministered to the needs of uninsured and low-income clients since 1993. Influenced by many factors, health care delivery models have changed through the years; regardless, the healthcare team at PACS Medical Clinic has reached out to a wide variety of people from multiple cultures and language groups.

Over the course of its history, the clinic staff has touched many lives, and many positive outcomes have resulted-stories of early cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular and infectious disease detection, referral and treatment. The PACS Medical Clinic has become connected to the local community and was a member of the Coalition of Community Health Clinics (CCHC). The CCHC is a group of clinics dedicated to serving the health needs of the Portland Metro neighborhoods.

Even though our PACS Medical Clinic is no longer open there are many other primary care services in our area. If you are in need of healthcare, please visit the CCHC website for a list of low-cost providers.

Currently, we are not accepting donations of medications, and we do not dispose of sharps. Other Serviceable home medical equipment are accepted as donations to the PACS Thrift Stores