Orchid Health offers comprehensive whole-person primary care (physical and mental health) and immediate care services to all ages in a respectful and compassionate manner. They provide an extremely professional yet local and friendly environment for families and individuals, whether you’re looking to improve your health, alleviate negative symptoms, seek a specialist consult, or have any other health questions. Orchid Fern Ridge will be open to all, regardless of insurance status or ability to pay.
By partnering with local organizations, businesses, and community members, Orchid Health gives back to their community through partnerships, events, fundraisers, and donation drives. Two of their four clinics provide free health services to students of the district.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Orchid Health retained all its employees and continues to offer free telehealth visits. When the Holiday Farm Fire broke out in the McKenzie River Valley and Orchid Health lost their third clinic, Orchid committed to care in the valley by organizing team members and partnering with local organizations to provide a temporary space to continue care for the McKenzie River community until a mobile clinic could be secured.
The mobile clinic allowed Orchid to continue providing care to McKenzie River residents displaced from the Holiday Farm fire in the Eugene/Springfield area.
When the COVID-19 vaccine became available, Orchid Health was one of the first rural health clinics to offer vaccinations.
Orchid Health’s effort to support their community in times of crises, won them the Oregon Office of Rural Health’s Oregon Rural Health Hero of the Year Award.
“We’re focused on local care, local hiring, and local partnership,” co-founder and executive founder Orion Falvey says, “we are excited to have our compassionate, old fashion style health care with professional cutting edge clinical excellence to the our communities.”