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Picture of a pill that has a 4 on it and it says COUMADIN
Picture of a pill that has a 4 on it and it says COUMADIN

Warfarin Clinic - Anticoagulation Services

Treating and preventing blood-clotting diseases are remarkable, life-saving therapies. However, they are long-term, often life-long concerns. Warfarin, a drug used to stop blood from clotting, may have serious side effects. Other diseases, age, diet, activities, and other drug therapies may add to the risk of forming blood clots and they can hinder the action of clot stopping drugs. Curry Health Network is here to provide education and guidance for management of warfarin use.

Approach to Therapy

The standard of care for preventing dangerous blood clots requires continuing attention, timely adjustment, and an understanding of therapy risks and benefits. To achieve these standards, recent studies and clinical experience show that therapy through point-of-care clinics-physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and laboratory personnel working together-increase therapy success.


The Clinic, in teamwork with you and your doctor, will help provide safe, convenient effective anticoagulation therapy. 


Individualized plan of care
Educational materials
Blood test scheduling and fast-track service through the Laboratory
Warfarin dose monitoring and adjustment
Diet counseling
Drug interaction counseling
One-stop information center for warfarin therapy
We work in cooperation with your primary care physician

Anticoagulation monitoring is offered at the following locations:

Curry General Hospital, 94220 4th Street, Gold Beach, OR
Curry Family Medical, 525 Madrona, Port Orford, OR
Curry Medical Center, 500 5th Street, Brookings, Oregon

For an appointment, or with questions, call:

Gold Beach: 541-247-3026
Port Orford: 541-332-3861
Brookings: 541-412-2011