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Skamania County Public Health’s mission is to improve the health of individuals, families and communities through the promotion of health, prevention of disease and protection from injury.

Skamania County Community Health does not deny services based on inability to pay. Sliding Fee Schedule is available.

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 Skyline Health Clinic is now providing primary care in Stevenson!

Skyline Health Medical Clinic's friendly, kind staff work diligently to deliver the very best service and highest quality of care to you and your family – at every stage of life! Appointments available on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Hegewald Center, 710 SW Rock Creek Dr., Stevenson, Wash.

ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS! To learn more or schedule an in-person or virtual visit, call 509-637-2745. As always, if you are experiencing a life - or limb-threatening emergency, call 911.

• Serving adults and children
• Accepting private insurances Medicaid and Medicare
• Offering discounted pricing for uninsured patients
• Conveniently located inside the Hegewald Center
• Se Habla Español



For updates and information regarding COVID-19, please take a look at our COVID-19 page.

Pathways HealthConnect Program

Skamania County Community Health is now offering the Pathways program. Pathways HealthConnect program helps community members connect to the services and support they need to be healthy. To learn more, take a look at the Pathways page.

Gorge Wellness Alliance

Cultivate: Compassion is a mini-documentary by the Gorge Wellness Alliance that spotlights six courageous individuals (Richard Withers, Destiny Stohler, Shannon O'Brien, Jerry Allison, Emily Fitzgeral and Levi Matteson) who are sharing their mental health journeys with our community, inspiring us to talk, listen and cultivate compassion.

Let's talk. Let's Listen. Let's Cultivate Compassion

Southwest Washington Accountable Community of Health (SWACH)

SWACH is a local nonprofit working to improve health in Southwest Washington. SWACH brings together community members and other experts to address our region’s major health challenges. Through innovative partnerships and local resources, we’re working to create lasting changes and a healthier future – for everyone.

Learn more about SWACH at:

Skamania County Community Health on Facebook 

Skamania County Community Health is now on Facebook. Like us for tips on how to get and stay healthy. Look for updates on your health department and details on their upcoming programs and events.

Homeless Housing Council

Skamania County Community Health hosts a Homeless Housing Council meeting the third Wednesday of each month at the Hegewald Center. The council consists of community officials and community members and is open to the public and advertised monthly in The Skamania County Pioneer. For more info please call 509-427-3850. For more information regarding housing and various other community resources, please visit the WAGAP webpage using this link: WAGAP