Windmill in the Harney County Sunset
Photo Courtesy of Debbie Raney
Hours & Locations:
420 N Fairview Ave.
Burns, OR 97720
Right across from the hospital
Phone: (541) 573-2271
Fax: (541) 573-8388
After-hours emergency numbers:
- Sick? To contact the HDH Nurse Triage Line after hours 541-573-8345
- CD Reporting after hours 541-589-3645
- Environmental Emergency after hours call the non-emergency dispatch 541-573-6156
Monday – Thursday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
8:30 am – 2:30 pm
RN Clinic Hours:
Monday – Thursday
8:30 am – 5:00 pm (closed for lunch from noon-1:00 pm)
8:30 am – 2:30 pm (closed for lunch from noon-1:00 pm)
Vaccines, family planning and STI visits offered every day.
Syringe services offered on Friday from 1:00 to 2:30 pm
Call if these times don’t work. Call for further information.
High Country Health and Wellness Care Clinic Hours:
Monday-Thursday, excluding holidays
8-12 and 1-5PM
How To Contact Us:
Kelly Singhose, LPN, Interim PH Director, RHC Clinic Manager
Dr. Sarah Laiosa, DO, Primary Care Provider, Harney County Health Officer, District Medical Examiner
Barbara Rothgeb, FNP, Primary Care Provider, Communicable Disease Nurse
Christina Roozeboom, Medical Assistant
Zoe Thompson,RN,Immunization Coordinator, Reproductive Health Coordinator
Kathy Escobedo-Nuñez, Disease Intervention Specialist, COVID 19 Case and Outbreak Investigator
LeAnn Smith, WIC Coordinator
Charlotte Campbell, Billing Specialist
Ashley Campbell, Billing Specialist
Rayann Allen, Receptionist & Medical Records
LaNaya Vickstrom-Gibbon, WIC Clerk, Receptionist
Maxine Nyman, Oregon Health Plan Assister
Virginia Lopez, CHW, Certified Medical Interpreter, Interim PH Director, Office Manager, Oregon Health Plan Assister, Vital Records
Currently Vacant, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
After-hours emergency number 541-589-2423
Jesse Barnes, REHS, Environmental Health
Currently Vacant, TPEP Coordinator
Bill Hart, Public Health Administrator
450 N. Buena Vista #5
Burns, OR 97720
Communicable diseases are a danger to everyone. Some have been controlled with vaccinations and modern technology, while others are emerging or resistant to drug treatments. Disease prevention and control is a cooperative effort involving health care providers, local and state health department personnel and members of the community.
Oregon’s Public Health Division’s programs work to prevent the emergence and spread of communicable diseases such as salmonellosis, influenza, hepatitis, HIV, and tuberculosis. This includes collecting and analyzing disease reports, studying risk factors, protecting exposed individuals and families, developing guidelines for disease prevention and control, and planning and responding to public health emergencies involving communicable diseases.
For more information on Communicable Diseases, please see: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/DiseasesConditions/DiseasesAZ/Pages/index.aspx
The Harney County Health Department does not discriminate on the basis of: 1) race, 2) color, 3) national origin, 4) religion, 5) disability, 6) age, 7) sex (includes pregnancy-related conditions and sexual harassment), 8) marital or familial status, 9) sexual orientation or other class protected by law.
Interpreters or other assistive communication aids are available at no cost.