Salem Health Anticoagulation Clinic
Salem Health Anticoagulation Clinic is an outpatient clinic that provides monitoring, medication adjustment, and education for people on anticoagulation medications, such as warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven).
Although we are located at Salem Hospital, we collaborate with patients of providers across the state of Oregon — not just Salem Health Hospitals and Clinics.
Using our proven process, we’ll lead you through beginning anticoagulation; managing your medication before, during and after procedures; and routine supervision of your blood levels and medication doses.
Examples of people who benefit from anticoagulation therapy include:
- Heart patients who have had valve replacements
- Heart patients with arrhythmias, such as atrial fibrillation
- Cancer patients with blood disorders
- Patients with a history of blood clots due to injuries, surgery, clotting disorders or medications.
To become a patient of our clinic, you need a referral from a medical provider (MD, DO, FNP, ANP, NP or PA) licensed in Oregon. We may be able to accept referrals from naturopathic doctors, depending on your insurance. Talk to your doctor to see if our clinic can help you!
Medicare and most insurance plans cover the cost of visits to the anticoagulation clinic. Contact your insurance provider to find out about your coverage and any copays or coinsurance fees.
Location and contact
Our clinic is located in the Heart and Vascular Center in Salem Hospital Building B (north entrance). Click here for maps of our campus and Building B. Convenient parking can be found directly outside the north end of Building B — enter from Winter Street.
Salem Health Heart and Vascular Center
Salem Hospital, Building B
665 Winter St SE
Salem, Oregon 97301
Phone: 503-814-1700, option 1
(Nurses available on-call until 11 p.m. every day)
Clinic hours: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.