Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
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Mission Statement

“Dedicated to the Health and Well-being of the Members of the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians and the local community.”



Our Core Standards reflect how we value our Patients, Visitors and Co-workers by:

v  Providing a Safe and Sanitary Environment

v  Proving High Quality Health Care Services

v  Treating Patients with Consideration, Dignity and Respect

v  Promoting Improvement of Professional Competence, Skill and Quality

v  Using Protected Electronic Records System that Allow Prompt Retrieval

Our Siletz Tribal Council assumes full responsibility for the operations and performance of SCHC.

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200 Gwee-Shut RD
PO Box 320
Siletz, OR 97380-0320 

541-444-1030 or 800-648-0449

Monday—Thursday 7:30AM—5:00PM
Friday 10:00AM—5:00PM

Medical Walk-In Hours
Monday—Friday 1:00PM—3:00PM (1pm-4pm in busy season, call to verify)

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Health Director:                 Marci Muschamp
Admin/QI Coordinator:         Ralene Butler


SCHC History »

SCHC History

Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians (CTSI), Indian Health Services (IHS), and Siletz Community came together with the vision of a Siletz Community Health Clinic (SCHC).  

The first SCHC building opened on February 9, 1991 on Swan Avenue downtown Siletz.  The building accommodated Medical, Laboratory, Radiology, Pharmacy, Dental, Optometry, Community Health Advocate, Nutrition Education, Tobacco Prevention Education Program Coordinator, Mental Health Care, QI Coordinator, and Patient Accounts.  Due to lack of office space Contract Health Services was located at CTSI’s Administration building and Alcohol and Drug Program was located on Old River RD.  During our time in this facility, we added the Tillicum Fitness Center located on Buford Avenue.

Our new SCHC building was complete in April 2010.  Since then we relocated our Contract Health Services (CHS) and Alcohol and Drug Program into our new building.  Our programs have expanded services that include the CARE Program, Diabetes Program, Healthy Traditions, Early Intervention Services & Outreach, Tribal Non-Emergency Medical Transportation, A&D Peer Recovery Mentor, TLC Coordinators, Patient Benefits, Insurance Verification, and MAT Program.  

Since then SCHC opened serving other community members, implemented the MAT Program, and opened Women’s and Men’s Transitional Living Centers.