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Our Services

The beginnings of Physicians’ Medical Center date back to 1944 when we were a two-doctor group
originally located in McMinnville’s old hospital. The two-doctor group soon grew to a multi-specialty group
practice and on January 1, 1972 became a professional corporation.

With growth, the clinic moved in October of 2002 to a newer larger location across from Willamette Valley
Medical Center on Highway 18. As we continued to grow and expand services for our patients, we moved to our current location at 2435 NE Cumulus Avenue in January 2013.

Some of our services:

Family Medicine

The Family Medicine Team at Physicians’ Medical Center is committed to providing high quality healthcare from the newborn period through adulthood.

Our goal is to be patient-centered with efficient use of staff and medical technology to keep patients healthy and to effectively diagnose and treat medical problems.

The Family Medicine Team includes Board Certified Family Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Medical Assistants and Reception Staff, all working to provide efficient and friendly medical care.

Meet Our Physicians


Our board certified pediatricians are committed to providing expert care with a personal touch for infants, young children and teens.
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Meet Our Pediatricians

Internal Medicine

PMC Internal Medicine department specializes in adult health care. We focus on how to prevent, diagnose and treat illness in adults. Our providers are specially trained to identify and care for acute or chronic illnesses. Our team of highly trained physicians provide a full range of services.

Meet Our Internists

Diabetic Education

PMC educates our diabetic patients through personal one-on-one visits and group training classes. PMC offers a quality comprehensive “Diabetes Self-Management Education” program to patients with diabetes, empowering them to achieve optimum health.

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Coumadin Clinic

The Coumadin Clinic at Physicians’ Medical Center offers a monitoring program for patients who are taking an anticoagulant known as Coumadin (also known as warfarin). This specialty clinic is staffed by a Physician Assistant and is designed to educate patients regarding anticoagulation as well as monitor their anticoagulation levels.

Patients are referred to the clinic by their primary care provider at PMC.

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Laboratory-Full Service

PMC has an on-site full service laboratory. When your provider orders a laboratory test, you can have your lab order collected, processed and analyzed at the time of your visit or at a future date specified by your provider.

The PMC Laboratory also performs EKGs, Holter Monitors, Spirometry (Pulmonary Function Testing) and Urine Drug Screen Collection and Testing.

Appointments are not necessary for the majority of lab services. Appointments are necessary for Holter Monitor set-up, Spirometry and DOT (Department of Transportation) Urine Drug Collection.


PMC offers radiology services on-site. A wide variety of x-rays are performed. They may be ordered by providers from PMC and from other clinics. The x-rays are reviewed by a radiologist and reports are sent to your provider.

Your provider will contact you with the results.

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Care Coordinator

AngieOur Care Coordinator is part of our healthcare team and works to ensure that patients receive seamless care. PMC patients who are seen in the emergency department or discharged from the hospital are contacted by the Care Coordinator to discuss changes in medication, referrals to specialists and to ensure you are recovering well from your illness. Patients may call the Care Coordinator with questions or to find out what community resources are available.The Care Coordinator, in conjunction with providers and nursing staff, works with patients with chronic or complex health conditions to develop a plan for comprehensive care. The Care Coordinator strives to
help patients achieve the best care possible.

Angie Barnes has been a nurse for 16 years with inpatient experience in Medical/Surgical, Pediatrics, Cardiac Telemetry, Post-partum and Labor and Delivery care. Angie has worked at PMC for 10 years providing direct nursing care, triage and care coordination. Angie educates our patients with diabetes through one-on-one visits and group classes. She is part of the Diabetes Self-Management Education Program at Physicians’ Medical Center, which provides quality comprehensive diabetes self-management education and support to patients with diabetes, empowering them to achieve their health goals.

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Wellness Coordinator

AngieAt PMC, we are reorganizing the way we provide the Medicare Wellness physicals. Medicare does not cover a physical (except for the initial Welcome to Medicare physical that has to be done within first 12 months on Medicare) but will cover a Medicare Wellness Screening Visit. As a patient you will still be able to see your provider for acute/chronic problems and exams.

Medicare Wellness screenings will be performed by Samara, our Wellness nurse coordinator, yearly. She will guide you through the full range of preventive services offered to help keep you healthy and find problems areas early, when treatment is most effective.

It is always your choice to accept or decline any options presented to you. Again, it is not a visit to replace you seeing your provider, it is just a prevention based service that is free of charge to you as the patient. The visit is paid for 100% by Medicare yearly; however there are some labs and immunizations that are recommended but Medicare may not cover. Through this new program we hope to provide you with the resources you need to take advantage of what your insurance offers and help you feel more in charge of your health care.

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Pain Care Program

SchmidlkoferDr. Schmidlkofer is a licensed psychologist who works with chronic pain patients to help them improve their quality of life. Her work focuses on helping patients establish lifestyle change and new coping strategies. You can meet with her individually and as a part of pain school.

Pain School

•Learn about how your brain receives pain messages from your body.
•Learn how to “turn down the volume” on pain signals to the brain.
•Develop communications skills for use with medical team, family or friends.
•Aquire new relaxtion skills and coping strategies to improve quality of life.
•Classes meet for 4 one hour classes. Call (503) 472-6161 to schedule.

Questions? Contact us.

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