The District is a governmental entity and a political subdivision of the State of Oregon. It was created by the Oregon legislature to provide hospital and other health care services for the residents of the District. The District was created by public vote on July 18, 1967 and the current Hospital facility opened its doors in 1971. The District operates a 24-bed acute care hospital, an attached 47-bed skilled long term care facility, a home health and hospice service, outpatient clinic services, provided through leased physician clinic facilities, and buildings to support those operations. The District services include the acute care hospital, obstetrical services, surgery, emergency room, and related ancillary services (lab, x-ray, etc.) associated with these services.

The District is a governmental entity and a political subdivision of the State of Oregon. It was created by the Oregon legislature to provide hospital and other health care services for the residents of the District. The District was created by public vote on July 18, 1967 and the current Hospital facility opened its doors in 1971. The District operates a 24-bed acute care hospital, an attached 47-bed skilled long term care facility, a home health and hospice service, outpatient clinic services, provided through leased physician clinic facilities, and buildings to support those operations. 

"To care for our community with respect and compassion through excellence and teamwork"

Our Mission

Quality Healthcare:

At Lake Health District we strive for excellence in everything we do. We provide quality care to all citizens of all ages. We are looking forward to meet the changing health care needs of Lakeview and the surrounding area. At the same time, we are a stable organization that is financially sound. We involve all of our medical staff through good communication. We support them by trying to meet their professional needs in training, equipment and services. We emphasize good communication with all county citizens who support us financially and through the use of our services. We care about and support our employees through training and education who in turn are caring and committed to our patients and our organization.

Our Progressive Outlook:

Our progressive outlook can be seen in the personal care that our patients receive. Find out more about us as well as the many services we offer. At our facility you receive high quality care, close to home!

Our Promise is to serve all patients:

Offer discounted fees for patients that qualify. To not deny services based on a person’s: Race, color, sex, disability, religion, sexual orientation, national origin or ability to pay.

Accept insurance including:

Medicare, Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Medicaid

This institution is an equal opportunity employer and provider

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OUR SERVICES

EMERGENCY CARE

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QUALIFIED DOCTORS

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LAKE HEALTH DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The District is a governmental entity and a political subdivision of the State of Oregon. It was created by the Oregon legislature to provide hospital and other health care services for the residents of the District. The District was created by public vote on July 18, 1967 and the current Hospital facility opened its doors in 1971. The District operates a 24-bed acute care hospital, an attached 47-bed skilled long term care facility, a home health and hospice service, outpatient clinic services, provided through leased physician clinic facilities, and buildings to support those operations. The District services include the acute care hospital, obstetrical services, surgery, emergency room, and related ancillary services (lab, x-ray, etc.) associated with these services.

A 5-member Board of Directors governs the District. The members of the Board are elected for a term of 4 years. Elections are staggered so no more than one third of the Board is up for election at one time. The Board is required to elect a President and Secretary. One of their duties is to appoint an Administrator – Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The Board delegates the day-to-day operations of the District to the CEO.

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