Medical Clinic & Pharmacy

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Medical Clinic & Pharmacy

We are a AAAHC-recognized facility, here to provide comprehensive family practice medical services to Siletz tribal members, other Federally recognized Native Americans, and community members.


Outpatient Services: Family practice/internal medicine, pediatrics, wound care, alternative care (medical massage), and women’s health exams.

Outpatient Procedures: Skin biopsy, toenail removal, pap smears, subdermal implant contraceptive (Nexplanon®), steroid injections, joint injections, and trigger point injections.


Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT)

Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute or Chronic Health Conditions

Psychiatric Services

Well-Child Care

Family Planning (birth control)

All CDC Recommended Immunizations

Preventative Care

Minor Surgical Procedures

Laboratory (No in-house Radiology services are currently available)

Alpha-Stim Electrotherapy for treatment of anxiety, depression, insomnia symptoms, and pain.



Patient Appointments (Non-Emergency)

Appointments are made within our regular days and hours, excluding tribal holidays. We also offer same-day appointments for acute issues for already established patients.

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

1:00 PM to 5:00 PM


We provide 24/7 phone triage for established patients. A provider is available for phone consultation after regular clinic hours, weekends, and holidays. Call the after-hours care phone and your call will be directed to our after-hours answering service. The after-hours care phone number is 541-444-1030 or 800-648-0449.

Same-Day Access

To make same-day access appointments for already established patients, call the clinic. You will be given an appointment time for that day or the next day with an available provider.

Access for New Patients

Please visit the Forms and Policies page.

MAT Program

The Medical Assisted Treatment program is to treat substance use disorder for registered patients.

Diabetes Program

Appointments are available with a Certified Diabetes Educator.


Pharmacy hours are M, T, Th, & F from 8:00 AM-5:00 PM and Wednesday from 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

Immunizations and Labs

Information on immunizations and laboratory services.

COVID-19 Information

Covid-19 Vaccinations are available to Siletz Tribal Members and Registered Siletz Clinic Patients only, ages 6 months and older. The last updated version of the Covid-19 vaccine was September 2023. If you are aged 65 or older and have received an updated Covid-19 vaccine after September 2023, you are eligible for another vaccine. If you are interested, please contact your healthcare provider, or visit your local pharmacy for availability.

The Siletz Clinic has Covid-19 Home Test Kits that will expire at the end of March, if you need a home test, please stop by and ask Pharmacy, the Medical Reception Desk, or call the Covid line.

The following supplies are available at this time: disposable facemasks and hand sanitizer (liquid and some wipes).

If you have questions about Covid, or would like to request a test over the phone, please call the Covid Line at 541-444-9636.

If You Test Positive for COVID-19

If you have COVID-19 you do not need to isolate for a set number of days. However, you can still get others sick. If you have COVID-19:

  • Stay home until you have not had a fever for 24 hours without using fever reducing medication and other COVID-19 symptoms are improving.
  • Avoid contact with high-risk individuals like people who live in congregate care facilities or people with immunocompromising conditions for 10 days.
  • Mask when you are around other people in the 10 days after you become sick or test positive.

If you have a severe case, are hospitalized or are severely immunocompromised please follow the recommendations above, avoid contact with high-risk people and mask for 10-20 days. Please contact your healthcare provider for advice on how long to isolate.

Have questions? Need help? Call 211 or 1-866-698-6155 or visit


Our physicians and nurse practitioners are credentialed and privileged and participate in continuing education related to their licensure and credentials.

Medical Director
Lisa Taylor, FNP

Clinical Services Director
Cherity Bloom-Miller

Lisa Emond, MD

Michael Flaningam, MD

Pediatric Physician
Stephen Burns, MD

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Patricia (Trish) Canning, MSN, PMHNP-BC

Family Nurse Practitioner

Phone Numbers

Medical Clinic
541-444-1030, Opt. 1


Referral Specialist