Grants to fund Mosaic Medical's new Redmond clinic

On first floor of Cook Crossing housing complex

BEND, Ore. - Mosaic Medical announced Tuesday it has received a $250,000 grant from the M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust, a $138,500 grant from The Ford Family Foundation and a $75,000 grant from The Collins Foundation, making possible the construction of its new Redmond clinic.

A $20,000 grant from the Oregon Community Foundation, $2,500 from The Roundhouse Foundation and $1,000 from the Curran Family Fund (of OCF) will additionally help integrate new dental services into this clinic, officials said. 

By partnering with Housing Works, Mosaic Medical’s Redmond facility will relocate to the first floor of the affordable housing complex, Cook Crossing, on Southwest Veterans Way in Redmond. The clinic will be open to residents of the building and community members alike, with more space to accept new patients.

This  relocation will more than double the available patient care space and place the clinic in close proximity to low-income housing options, area schools, social service agencies, and the transit hub  which will make the clinic more convenient and accessible for patients.

The new Redmond clinic will have double the number of exam rooms, three dental operatories and house an array of integrated services.  This includes clinical pharmacy, behavioral health, oral health, nutrition and health education services. The expected open date for the new Redmond clinic is September 12     

“Mosaic Medical is deeply appreciative of the generous support of these foundations. These grant funds allow us to create a space which better support our growing Redmond patient population with comprehensive primary care services. With the current demand for health services, building a new clinic would not be possible without partnerships like these.”- Megan Haase, FNP, CEO

About M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust: M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust was created by the will of the late of Melvin J. (Jack) Murdock, who was a co-founder of Tektronix, Inc., in Beaverton, Oregon, and resident of Vancouver, Washington. Since its establishment on June 30, 1975, with a bequest of about $90 million, the trust has focused its grant making efforts primarily in five states of the Pacific Northwest: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.

About The Collins Foundation: The Collins Foundation invests in Oregon nonprofit organizations, both rural and urban, that are dedicated to improving quality of life and well-being for the people in their communities. For more information, visit

About The Ford Family Foundation:  The Ford Family Foundation is a private, non-profit foundation located in Roseburg, Oregon. Roseburg lies in southern Oregon where the North Umpqua and the South Umpqua rivers join — timber country. Started in 1957, the Foundation now manages large, internal programs and offers scholarships. In addition, the Foundation makes grants to public charities predominantly benefiting communities in rural Oregon and Siskiyou County, California. Visit for more information.

About Mosaic Medical:   Mosaic Medical is a local nonprofit community health center system with primary care clinics in Bend, Redmond, Madras and Prineville. Additionally, Mosaic Medical serves the community with five school-based health centers and a mobile medical clinic. Our fees are based on a sliding scale for qualifying patients with limited or no insurance.  We accept private insurance, OHP and most Medicare plans. For more information visit our website at

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