New Patient

Welcome to Community Health Centers of Lane County!

Thank you for choosing our team to serve your health care needs. Our mission is to improve the health and wellness of our community though access to affordable, holistic healthcare. We are committed to coordinating the services you need for the best care possible, and having you be an active participant in your health. We are proud to offer services that will make your experience accessing care at our clinics a positive one for you and your family. We hope this page helps you prepare for your first appointment.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 541-682-3550.



When you make your appointment, you will be asked to bring:

  • Photo ID

  • Insurance card(s)

  • Registration Forms


Community Health Centers of Lane County has made it easier for first time patients to establish care by offering new patient registration forms online. Simply print the documents and fill them out at your own pace!

Pediatric New Patient Registration Forms (ages 0-18)

1. Call 541-682-3550 to schedule a new patient pediatric appointment.
2. Print pediatric registration packet and complete at your own pace.
3. Bring the completed packet to your child's scheduled visit.

Spanish forms

Adult New Patient Registration Forms

1. Print adult registration packet and complete at your own pace.
2. Drop off the completed packet at any of our clinic locations.
3. Staff will schedule your new patient appointment when they receive your forms.

Spanish forms


Community Health Centers of Lane County offers you a guide on what to expect as a CHCLC patient. Learn more about us, find out how to prepare for your new patient appointment, clinic locations, services and programs, prescription refills and more.

Welcome Packet

Welcome Information
This will help you prepare to get the most form your new patient visit.
Coverage and Benefits
We have several programs to help you if your health plan does not cover all your services.
Patients Rights and Responsibilities
When patients understand their rights and responsibilities, they become partners with their health care team.