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Monitoring, medication adjustment, and education

Salem Health's anticoagulation clinics are outpatient clinics that provide monitoring, medication adjustment, and education for people on anticoagulation medications.

Although we are located at Salem Hospital and West Valley Hospital, we collaborate with patients of providers across the state of Oregon — not just Salem Health Hospitals and Clinics.

Using our proven process, we’ll lead you through beginning anti-coagulation; managing your medication before, during and after procedures; and routine supervision of your blood levels and medication doses.


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At Salem Health, we take care of our patients every step of the way to help you better understand what is wrong and how we’re going to help you toward improved cardiovascular health. Through expert patient education and treatment, we help patients and their loved ones learn more about their care. Our team is centered on your care.






Anticoagulation frequently asked questions

What is anticoagulation?
What are anticoagulants?
Who can benefit from anticoagulation?
What types of conditions do you treat?
Why is ongoing anticoagulation therapy necessary?
Why would I need to take these medications?
Are there any conditions that should prevent me from taking an anticoagulant?
How long can I stay on these medications?

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Anticoagulation clinic

Salem Hospital, Building B
665 Winter St. SE
Salem, OR 97301

Phone: 503-814-1700
Fax: 503-814-1776

Clinic hours

Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On-call nurses are available from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day.

Parking information

Please park at Building B instead of the parking garage.


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