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Is Dr. Evans Accepting New Patients?
As of September 2023, Dr. Evans is now accepting new primary care patients. She is still accepting new patients with specialty care needs who have a primary care physician established elsewhere.
What services are provided at this clinic?
Management of acute concerns such as coughs, colds, flus, rashes and minor injuries.
Management of chronic concerns such as diabetes, hypertension, autoimmunity, gastrointestinal complaints, and mental health disorders.
Management of hormones including the use of bioidentical HRT for both men and women, as well as the management of thyroid disorders, fertility/infertility, contraception, PCOS, endometriosis, irregular or symptomatic menses, etc.
Primary care services such as annual screening exams, well child checks, (most) vaccinations, sports physicals, and female pelvic and breast examinations.
Ordering and/or collection of necessary labs - blood work, cultures, biopsies, XRays, MRI, etc.
Referrals to specialty care as needed.
What insurances does Dr. Evans accept?
Our providers are in network with most insurance companies, however it is highly advised that each patient check their plan benefits before seeking care to be informed of any exclusions or limitations to coverage. Although we bill insurance companies directly on behalf of our patients, we cannot guarantee benefits, and all associated costs are ultimately the patient's responsibility.
Moda Health (formerly ODS)
Regence Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Oregon
PacificSource Health Plan
Aetna (PPO; Network Access Benefit Plan)
Providence Health Plan (PPO; EPO; Network Access Benefit Plan; Traditional Option)
United Health Care
Tricare (UHC Military) - requires a referral
What if I don't have insurance coverage for these services?
The clinic offers a payment made at time of service ("cash" pay) discount of 25%
Are labs covered by my insurance?
All diagnostic tests (blood work, pap smears, etc.) are ordered through several high quality laboratories. These facilities bill the patient's insurance plan directly and many also offer a significant discount to cash paying patients. Some labs, however, such as food allergy testing, are simply not covered by insurance and are an out-of-pocket expense.