At Siskiyou Community Health Center our mission is to provide the best quality care for women in a comfortable and friendly, family-oriented environment. We believe that in order to achieve that quality of care, we must have the time to establish a trusting relationship with our patients.

Prenatal Care

Siskiyou Community Health Center offers a complete prenatal program to help you enjoy a safe pregnancy and look forward to a healthy baby. You greatly increase the likelihood of having a healthy baby by getting early and regular prenatal care. Patients in our prenatal program deliver their babies at Three Rivers Community Hospital.


  • It’s important to get early and regular prenatal care.
  • Our staff is available to help prenatal patients with enrollment in Oregon Health Plan or other programs that may cover the cost of prenatal care and delivery.

Once your baby is born, we are available to provide care for your newborn. We strive to help you every step of the way. Siskiyou Community Health Center is a place for every woman and every baby. We want to make sure your stay with us is comfortable and pleasant. You are like family and we do everything we can to meet your needs and exceed your expectations.

Lactation Services

The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Family Physicians recommend that all infants receive only human milk for the first six months of life with the introduction of solid foods around six months of age and continued breastfeeding for at least the first year. Breastfeeding optimizes the health and development of the infant and child as well as having many benefits for the mother. For these reasons, Siskiyou Community Health Center provides breastfeeding support to mothers and children of any age.

Carolyn Theakston, RN-IBCLC is a specially trained Lactation Consultant that uses up to date medical information and a caring, personal approach to help mothers gain confidence and learn what to expect throughout their breastfeeding experience.

For more information on breastfeeding click here.

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