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Southern Oregon is our home, and our heart is here with our friends and neighbors. Our commitment to excellence is the way we show how we care. We believe that a successful patient outcome is only the baseline for good care; we also deeply care about each patient too. We stand side by side with our community to help our area grow and prosper. We are invested here because this is our home.
At Asante, our vision is to be a trusted health partner for life every person, every time; and we are here to care for our community with excellence, respect, honesty, service and teamwork, the values that drive our work. We invite you to join us as a valued member of our community.
Asante is the largest and most comprehensive health care system in Southern Oregon and Northern California that includes three hospitals, three urgent care centers, a walk-in clinic, and medical offices that offer a diverse range of services including primary care, labs, imaging and specialty clinics.
Asante has plans to invest $1 billion over the next 10 years to meet the needs of our growing populace, treat more patients locally and strengthen the Southern Oregon health care system. Our expansion plans include a new tower, cancer center, behavioral health center, emergency room extension and new medical offices.
On average, each day at Asante:
We believe each person must be treated with compassion, dignity, honesty and skill. Our employees work together to make this ideal a reality, supported by new technology, modern facilities, and a common purpose of healing and hope.
Asante employs a wide range of medical staff, housekeepers, engineers, food service workers, and more. Here are just a few of the outstanding people on the Asante team.
Kayla Graves, CNAAmbulatory Quality Coordinator
Enjoys archery, kayaking and gardening
John Gallen, MDEndocrinologist
Enjoys gardening, mountain biking, hiking, restoring woodworking tools and looking for great camping spots.
Megan Frost, MD, MPHGeneral Surgeon
Enjoys sustainable living, bee keeping, running, baking and cultivating fruit farms
Eduardo Regalado, CNS
Enjoys cycling and reading books
Medford gets only 23 inches of rain per year compared to the US average of 38 inches of rain per year. However, we are still waiting for someone to go outside and manually measure this one themselves! Not it!!
You can feel safe roaming the outdoors here! We are pretty certain we saw Bigfoot pack up and head to Washington!
We won't hold it against you if you learned to pronounce it as "Ore-gawn". The locals insist the correct pronunciation is "OR-eh-g-in."
The natural beauty is undeniable here. It won't take long for you to fall in love with our lush forests, serene rivers and majestic mountains too.
Not at all! The culture in Oregon openly accepts people who enjoy wearing socks with sandals. Whether you are a traditionalist who hikes with white socks and sandals or a fashionista who sets the trend with colorful sock designs, we support you!
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The best thing about working for Asante is the people I have the honor of meeting every day, from my coworkers to my patients and their friends and families. Our community is filled with amazing people and the atmosphere at Asante is always friendly and welcoming. Melanie Lyda, RN – Asante Three Rivers Medical Center
What I love about being a part of Asante is the relationship that I have developed with employees and the communities we serve. Asante has been extremely supportive in my career development and it is rewarding to utilize my skills in giving back to the community. Karline Kleker, Manager of Practice Operations, Asante White City Family Medicine & Urgent Care