All Tribal Members of any Federally Recognized Tribe are eligible for services offered by the Siletz Community Health Clinic. Enrolled Siletz Tribal Member living within the 11-counties service area and their Legal dependents under the age of 18 are eligible for Purchased/Referred Care (PRC). Enrolled Siletz Tribal Members living outside the 11-counties may be eligible for Out of Area Benefits.
All tribal and community members can work with the business office for any Insurance and Billing related questions. We are also able to provide assistance with applying for OHP (Oregon Medicaid) or with the Federal Marketplace. The Siletz Community Health Clinic uses a third party vendor from Spokane, WA. to handle several billing processes.
Business Office Services
- Purchased/Referred Care
- Insurance Verification Specialist: Verifies the patient’s insurance coverage once the patient is registered at the clinic.
- Patient Accounts: Assists patients with arranging payment plans, making copays, and making payment on account. They will also prepare an account statement upon request.
- Patient Benefits Coordinator: Assists patients with obtaining and retaining OHP and/or Oregon and Federally Facilitated Marketplace (FFM). For more information you may call the Patient Benefits Coordinator.
- Patient Registration
- Medical Records
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
12:00 PM – 4:30 PM
541-444-1030, Opt. 8
800-648-0449, Opt. 8
Patient Benefits Coordinator
Business Office Clerk
Business Office Manager
Business Office Clerk
Lead Medical Records
Patient Benefit Coordinator
Healthcare Reimbursement Technician I
OHP & Medicaid
If you need help with applying for OHP or Medicaid, call the Siletz Clinic Community Health Partner at 541-444-9611.
You can also call Medicaid Direct to apply at 1-800-699-9075 or online at one.oregon.gov.
If you think you qualify for OHP, have the following ready:
- Names & Birth Dates
- Social Security Numbers
- Insurance & Income information (if you have them)
Hope + Healing Podcast by the National Indian Health Board and Native News Online
This podcast is for Tribal citizens and Tribal leaders who want to learn about health options that offer more care and better care to Indian Country.
The series explains how Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Medicare, and the Marketplace enable tribes to enhance the services offered.