Oregon Psychiatry - Coming Soon!
While we’re currently focusing on providing exceptional care in Colorado, we’re excited to announce our plans to expand our services to the beautiful state of Oregon in the future. Stay tuned for updates and exciting developments as we prepare to bring our compassionate care to your community. Thank you for your patience and continued support.
Excited To Serve Oregon
At Mile High Psychiatry, we recognize the challenges of accessing Mental Health Services and are committed to making it easier for you. We’re thrilled to offer virtual diagnosis, therapy, and medication management services to the Oregon community, with a focus on delivering exceptional care and an outstanding patient experience. Our providers use a range of therapeutic approaches and will collaborate with you or your child to create a care plan that prioritizes wellbeing, teamwork, and patient empowerment.
We understand that life can be unpredictable and disruptive. We’re dedicated to being there for you during these times, offering appropriate medication management and practical tools to help you navigate uncertainty. Our aim has always been to deliver the best possible experience to our patients, which involves working with providers and staff who are sensitive to your concerns and creating an atmosphere of understanding, respect, and safety.
Mile High Psychiatry will be providing mental health care to the entire state of Oregon including Portland, Salem, Eugene, Gresham, Hillsboro, Beaverton, Bend, Medford, Springfield, Corvallis, Albany, Tigard, Aloha, Lake Oswego, Keizer, Grants Pass, Oregon City, and more!
I recommend Mile High Psychiatry. They are all friendly, compassionate and we are NOT customers. I am grateful after long searches have found peace of mind!!!
– Rhin Wilson
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