Amoxicillin is a safe antibacterial medicine administered to children and adults. The drug does not feature specific contraindications for administering to pregnant women, elderly patients and kids. This antibiotic can be used as for treatment of bacterial infections so for the prevention of diseases in case of a possible direct exposure to the source of contamination. However the efficacy of the drug largely depends on the proper use (dosage, schedule of intake and the length of treatment. Which dosage of Amoxicillin is right for me? If you buy Amoxicillin without prescription in, then, please, read carefully the medication guide provided with the drug and take the dosage which is indicated for treatment of your case. Do not change the dosage. Some patients strive to recover faster, thus try to take maximum possible dosages. This will not speed up the recovery, however will rise the risk of side effects. Lowering the dosage without your doctor will also lower the efficacy of the drug. Do not change the dosage of Amoxicillin without your doctor. Mind, that lowering a one time dosage commonly results in increased frequency of intakes. In most cases the lowest dosage prescribed to treat bacterial infections is 250mg taken at a time.

Oregon Hospital Map

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Oregon Hospital Links

  • Bay Area Hospital (DRG), Coos Bay
  • Blue Mountain Hospital (CAH-A), John Day
  • Cedar Hills Hospital (Specialty), Beaverton*
  • Columbia Memorial Hospital (CAH-B), Astoria
  • Curry General Hospital (CAH-A), Gold Beach
  • Good Shepherd Medical Center (CAH-A), Hermiston
  • Grande Ronde Hospital (CAH-A), La Grande
  • Pioneer Memorial Hospital - Heppner (CAH-A)
  • St. Anthony Hospital (CAH-A), Pendleton
  • Vibra Specialty Hospital (Specialty), Portland*
  • Wallowa Memorial Hospital (CAH-A), Enterprise

*For-profit hospital

Hospital Spotlight

Adventist Health held its annual employee service awards banquet this month with five employees being recognized for more than 40 years of service.

Asante was named one of the nation’s 15 top U.S. health systems by Truven Health Analytics for the fifth consecutive year.

Good Shepherd Health Care System partnered with its clinical and technology partner, Carena, to open a new virtual clinic that provides 24/7 access to healthcare with support from OAHHS' RHRI program.

Grande Ronde Hospital began a six-month project to transition existing computer systems into Epic.

Bay Area Hospital held a community-wide ribbon cutting ceremony for their new Total Joint Destination Center.

Kaiser Permanente's Sunnyside and Westside Medical Centers earned the Get With The Guidelines - Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. 

Legacy Health's hospitals were recognized for LGBTQ care equality by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.

Legacy Meridian Park and Dr. Chris Nanson were the first in Oregon to perform a state-of-art, robotic total knee replacement surgery.

Mercy Medical Center was recently named one of the 2017 Top 20 Rural Community Hospitals in the nation, according to the National Rural Health Association. 

Mid-Columbia Medical Center's Home Health CNA, Matt Austin, received Oregon's "2017 Home Health Aide of the Year Award" by the Oregon Association of Home Care.

OHSU's Zach Harris, M.B.A., F.A.C.H.E., and Andrew Watson, Ph.D., C.L.P., have been named to the Portland Business Journal’s 2017 "Forty under 40" class.

Providence Health and Services have earned the Partner for Change Award from Practice Greenhealth for seven of its hospitals', recognizing its efforts to make the hospital more environmentally sustainable.

Salem Health was awarded Best Hospital, Best Place to Have a Baby, and Best Surgery Center in the Statesman Journal’s 2017 Best of the Mid-Valley People’s Choice Awards.

Tuality Healthcare was also awarded a Gold Plus stroke award for outstanding stroke care of patients by the AHA for the sixth straight year.

Wallowa Memorial Hospital was named a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital by iVantage Health Analytics.

Does your hospital have any noteworthy news to share? Contact Jamie Opra at and we'll include you in the next issue of Hospital View.

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