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If you are experiencing flu-like or COVID-19 symptoms, call us at 503-814-0099 before visiting any of our locations. Learn more.
No matter where you are in life, Salem Health is here for you.

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Masking rules are still in effect

Starting March 12, the state of Oregon will drop its mask mandate in indoor public spaces and schools. As a friendly reminder, you will still need to wear a mask in health care settings to ensure everyone's safety.

Thank you for helping us provide care with respect to our patients, staff and visitors. 

Masks will be required at Salem Health facilities, including:

  • Salem Hospital
  • West Valley Hospital
  • Urgent care
  • All Salem Health medical clinics

Read more about our visitor policy here.

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Why get vaccinated for COVID-19 now?

  • Getting the COVID-19 vaccine is easier than ever.
  • It’s FREE.
  • Everyone over 12 is eligible.
  • No appointment required.
  • No insurance required.
  • No ID required.
  • All are welcome regardless of immigration status. Your information will not be shared.
  • Accessibility and accommodations are available for those with disabilities.
  • Protecting yourself and your community is the right thing to do.

Community leaders are coming together to share their vaccine stories. Watch them all and join the Salem Health #VaccineTeam.

We're celebrating 125 years of Salem Health in 2021. Learn more about the extraordinary history of health care in the mid-valley from our new interactive timeline.
Did you know:

  • Salem Hospital was started thanks to fundraising by two local women?
  • Salem had two separate hospitals until 1969, when Salem General and Salem Memorial merged?
  • Salem's population has increased more than 4000% since the original Salem Hospital opened?

These facts and many more can be found on our history page.

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Every hero has a team. Thank you for being on ours.

Community health is a team effort, especially when it comes to defeating COVID-19. For every front-line medical hero, there is a family, a neighborhood, a city, and a whole world of teammates.

Learn more

 

Staying close to home doesn’t mean compromising on quality. As part of Salem Health, West Valley Hospital has state-of-the-art technology and expert staff — without the long drive.

Learn more about services at West Valley Hospital.

 

Whether you’re wishing for outdoor adventures or just want to keep up with your kids, bariatric surgery may be the weight-loss answer you’ve been looking for.

And with more and more insurance policies covering the cost, it may be more affordable than you expect!

Learn more about bariatric surgery.

Care wherever you are

With convenient brick-and-mortar offices across the mid-valley, plus easy-to-schedule video visits online, Salem Health Medical Clinics are ready to serve your entire family.

Find your new medical home.

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  • Take a lot of meds? Management program could be the answer

Salem Hospital

503-561-5200

West Valley Hospital

503-623-8301

Medical records requests

Phone: 503-561-5750

Fax: 503-814-2728

Patient advocates (Comments and complaints)

503-561-5765

patientadvocate@salemhealth.org

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