Seeing Patients in Oregon
Landmark providers travel to patients living in the greater Portland tri-county area. For information on how to become a Landmark patient and how the Landmark program works, please read through the below and click to learn more.
Becoming a Landmark Patient
Landmark is available to patients who qualify for the program through their health insurance company. Eligible patients have multiple chronic health conditions and are actively enrolled in one of the following plans. If you, or a loved one, are a member of one of these plans, call to see if you qualify for Landmark.
What People Are Saying About Landmark
More About the Landmark Program
- Meet a Landmark Patient
- Meet a Landmark Provider
- What Does Landmark Cost?
- What Care Does Landmark Provide?
“Landmark Health has been a life saver for me. Before Landmark, I had as many as 9 doctors and specialist providing care. However, none of these providers seemed to be communicating with each other. I also had difficulty scheduling multiple appointments with my doctors. I was offered the Landmark program and immediately jumped at the chance to be seen in my home rather than going to the doctor’s office.
When I first started seeing my provider the relief was so immense because finally I had somebody else looking at my medical care. It was such a load off my shoulders. She heard me, she listened to me. They look at everything with regards to my care, not just the immediate issue. I now have a team of people coordinating my care and they come to me, in my home. I am so grateful to be a Landmark patient.”
“I’ve been a nurse practitioner working in primary care for over 30 years, mainly with the elderly. I originally went to graduate school with the idea of working in the home as I’ve always loved home care and its unique perspective. Although I absolutely loved my previous practice, colleagues and patients, I was only able to make infrequent although regular house calls. This reinforced my belief that house calls to fragile elderly are so much more valuable than an office practice and result in better outcomes.”
What Does Landmark Cost?
For many patients, Landmark’s services are available at no cost. We are able to do this because of our risk-based partnership model with health plans that moves us beyond the traditional fee for service system. We work with health plans’ complex patient populations, offering an additional layer of care and support to help keep patients healthy and home, avoiding unnecessary emergency room or urgent care visits.
What Care Does Landmark Provide?
Landmark can treat these conditions at your home:
- Heart failure
- COPD and Asthma
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
- Cuts, wounds and rashes
- Cellulitis and abscesses
- Nausea, vomiting, and gastrointestinal issues
- High blood pressure
- Fever, colds, pneumonia, upper
- And much more…
- Administration of IV fluids
- In-home lab, X-rays and ultrasounds
- IV and injectable medications, including antibiotics for serious infections
- Prescriptions and medication review
- In-home pharmacist, dietitian and social worker
- Referrals for home oxygen, durable medical equipment, home health services and hospice
- Palliative care consultations
- Catheter insertion and removal
Landmark’s community-based providers and multidisciplinary care teams live and work near our patients. We go to them – where they reside and when they need care. We connect as a team in our local offices to collaborate on patient cases in order to see and treat the whole patient.
Work at Landmark
We are actively hiring in Oregon. Visit the Join Our Team page to view open positions and learn about Landmark as a premier healthcare employer.