We are extremely excited to expand our services. Please join us for our first Open House. Please RSVP by Texting to 541-901-9018. We look forward to seeing you soon.



This is the new Valley Primary Care 


The first floor waiting room


Love this new look!

This is my personal favorite corner!


Valley Primary Care truly appreciate all the hard work from so many people in making this a possibility. Thank you very much.


Your Portal to Personal Care

We're putting you in charge

At Valley Primary Care, we want to you to be engaged in your own well-being. That's why we offer a convenient tool to empower you to manage your healthcare.

If you've ever walked away from your healthcare provider’s office and forgotten what was said during the visit, or if you've thought of an important follow-up question hours later; then we've provided the patient portal with you in mind.

A patient portal is a website for your personal health care. The online tool helps you to keep track of your health care provider visits, test results, prescriptions, and so on. You can also securely e-mail your provider questions through the portal.

Making healthcare information easily accessible is a critical part of keeping you involved and informed in your care.  You can access your secure personal health information and be in touch with your provider's office 24 hours a day. You do not need to wait for office hours or returned phone calls to have basic issues resolved.

What can you do with the portal?

  • Request appointments (non-urgent)
  • Refill prescriptions
  • Ask questions through secure e-mail
  • View test results
  • If you have a child under age 18, you may be given access to your child's patient portal.

*Patient portals are not for urgent issues. If your need is time-sensitive, you should still call the Valley Primary Care office.

How do you use the patient portal?

Signing up for the portal is quick and easy. You will need a computer and internet connection to use it. Once you arrive at the web page, follow the instructions to register for an account. The service is free. A password is used so that all of your information is private and secure. Once you are in your patient portal, you can click the links to perform basic tasks. You can also communicate with Valley Primary Care in the message center.

At the time of your first office visit you’ll be asked if you would like to receive an email invitation to the portal. But you don't have to wait for an invitation. Follow this link to set up your account.

Click to learn more about the patient portal. 


Valley Primary Care has a new location!

After three years of sharing the beautiful offices of A Healing Space, we are ready to move and grow into our next chapter. We look forward to continuing to provide everything you need for your health and well-being in our new clinic location.

Here are the important details:

  • 690 Van Buren Street, Eugene Oregon, 97402.
  • Monday, June 4, 2018 will be our first day in the new location. If you have an appointment on or after June 4th, come to our new clinic on Van Buren Street.
  • Office hours & phone number will remain unchanged: phone (541) 284-4043; fax (866) 428-6583; Monday – Thursday 8:30 – 5:00, closed Friday – Sunday.


map of new location

The new location is ‘kitty-corner’ from the Shell station on 7th Street. You will find parking available on the street along with a designated handicapped parking spot adjacent to the building.

Allergies in the Valley: staying ahead of pollen season

Spring is a beautiful time in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. We enjoy tremendous diversity in this bioregion and that, combined with the mild winters and abundant rains of our temperate climate, can lead to high levels of pollen from trees, flowers & shrubs.

According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), seasonal and environmental allergies effect over 50 million Americans each year. Here in Eugene, we realize that this season can be difficult for anybody with pollen sensitivities. It is an especially important time to find ways to manage allergic reactions.

What actually goes on during an allergy attack?

In an allergic response, the body has identified something it perceives as a threat. It then mounts a defense against these foreign particulates. Each person is unique in when and how the proliferation of pollens effects them, and the symptoms can vary throughout the season. Classic allergy symptoms are actually the body’s natural immune response, and for some people that immune response can go overboard.

Symptoms range from scratchy throat, excessive sneezing, itching eyes, sinus irritation, and overall fatigue. For some, allergies can be a debilitating experience, making it difficult to function at your best. In extreme cases, it can be challenging to accomplish even the most basic tasks.

How can you feel your best with seasonal allergies?

If you suffer from seasonal allergies, there are some simple at-home changes you can make to reduce exposure to unwelcome pollens in your home.

  1. Keep an eye on the daily allergen report in the Willamette Valley by visiting the website, Enter your location and see the top allergens active on any given day.
  2. On high pollen count days, try to limit outdoor activity.
  3. An air purifier and regular vacuuming can make a big difference in your home.
  4. After extended periods outside, a shower & change of clothes will get excess pollen away from hair & skin.
  5. Pet owners should wipe down pets’ fur when bringing them into the house.

We don’t always realize the demands placed on our health and vitality during allergy season, or just how much energy it takes to get through the day when pollen counts are especially high.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed with your allergies, contact us for an office visit this month to create a personal strategy for adapting to the environment around us. Treatments are available, and we are here to help you find the best approach for your body.

After all, everyone should be able to enjoy our beautiful Willamette Valley springtime!