ST. HELENS, Ore. — Just in time to celebrate National Kick Butts Day, March 16, Columbia Pacific CCO is offering a free new service that is open to everyone in the CCO’s region to help them stop using tobacco products.
Over the last few days, rain, floods and landslides have disrupted member lives, damaged property and roads in the geographic area that is covered by the Columbia Pacific Coordinated Care Organization. Some areas, like Tillamook and Columbia counties, have been hit harder than other areas.
TILLAMOOK, Oregon — Ivy Avenue Wellness Center, sponsored by Columbia Pacific Coordinated Care Organization, opens Oct. 1 to help Tillamook County residents suffering from chronic pain.
ASTORIA—Safina Koreishi, MD, has been named medical director for Columbia Pacific Coordinated Care Organization.
TILLAMOOK, Ore. — Columbia Pacific Coordinated Care Organization is pleased to offer a series of five health talks for Tillamook County residents. The series, called “The Amazing Brain: Caring for Mind, Health and a Resilient Tillamook County,” will be facilitated by Sharon Black, R.N.