October 24, 2012 -- ZoomCare announced that its newest neighborhood clinics will be coming soon to the SE Woodstock neighborhood – at 4415 SE Woodstock – and the Wilsonville community – in the Argyle Square Shopping Center anchored by Costco and Target.
October 19, 2012 -- ZoomCare announced today the addition of Michael Katcher and Bart McMullan, M.D., two former presidents of leading Oregon healthcare companies, to its advisory team. Both executives bring to ZoomCare a deep understanding of American healthcare that will help ZoomCare expand its services and geographic reach.
October 18, 2012 -- ZoomCare announced today that it added new pharmacy dispensing services at each of its 12 Oregon neighborhood clinics. ZoomCare patients will now be able to get better quicker by taking their first doses of medication before leaving the clinics.
Furthermore, they’ll be able to save time by not having to drive to pharmacies and wait for prescriptions to be filled and then wait again to pay for them. Fifty percent of prescription medications are $10 or less and over eighty percent are less than $20. On average,
September 5, 2012 -- ZoomCare continued its steady expansion with the opening of its newest medical clinic, conveniently located in the Portland Central Business District at 900 SW 5th.
August 22, 2012 -- ZoomCare announced the opening of its newest neighborhood clinic, conveniently located at the corner of East Burnside and SE 24TH Ave. Like all of its clinics, ZoomCare East Burnside provides complete primary care for a broad range of illnesses, injuries and preventive care.
May 7, 2012 -- ZoomCare believes that good health makes people happier and more productive. They live longer, enjoy life and contribute to their communities in immeasurable ways. ZoomCare provides great care at an affordable price, yet some people need a little extra help now and then. ZoomCare created the ZoomCare Foundation to fill that need.
Starting on May 10 and continuing on the 2nd Thursday of every month,
April 24, 2012 -- ZoomCare plans to open five new neighborhood clinics over the next several months in Multnomah Village, downtown Portland, East Burnside, Salem and Vancouver. The six year-old company plans to open the Multnomah Village clinic on May 10, beginning a steady expansion that will bring ZoomCare to a total of 15 clinics, an increase over today’s 10 clinics (nine in Portland and one in Seattle).