Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
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The Siletz Tribal Health Care Program is the delivery of comprehensive health care to the Siletz Indian People and their dependants residing within the eleven county service area of Western Oregon. Services are provided through a combination of direct care, contracts and referral to appropriate agencies.

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Contact Information

200 Gwee-Shut Rd.
PO Box 320
Siletz, OR 97380

(800) 648-0449
(541) 444-1030
(541) 444-444-9678 Health Administration Fax for "non-patient information only"

Medical Records Fax: (541) 444-9695


Marci Muschamp, Health Director  

Ralene Butler, Admin/QI Coordinator
Ruby Moon, Community Health Director 

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Clinic Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


"We'll do everything possible to not only provide you with quality health care, but also to involve you in decisions about your health, and participate with you in developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for the future.

For your part, we welcome any suggestions or constructive criticism you might have. Hopefully, through a cooperative effort, we can provide excellent health care for healthier, happier lives."



Community Health

Mission Statement:

The Community Health Department aims to provide quality outreach health care services and health promotion/disease prevention services to American Indians within our community through the use of well-trained representatives. We provide confidential and compassionate health services. We are here to assist Siletz Tribal members make healthier decisions to improve their quality of life. All services are free and available to enrolled Siletz Tribal Members and their legal dependents. Please call your area community health advocate with any questions.

Community Health Department offers the following programs:

  • Early Intervention Services & Outreach 
  • Community Health Advocates (CHA)
  • Siletz CARE
  • Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP)
  • Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)

Emergency Preparedness:

We are involved in a variety of Emergency Preparedness events and conferences. We coordinate with city, county, and state wide efforts to provide needed supplies and services in case of natural disaster or unplanned general emergencies.

Community Health Director:  541-444-9686

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