In response to the emerging risk associated with the spread of COVID-19, we will begin restricting the number of access points at each facility starting Wednesday morning, March 4. Please review the following information and map when entering the facility.
Main entrance: Open 6:45 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Emergency entrance: Always open
All other doors will be closed with NO BADGE ACCESS.
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History of St. Charles Redmond
In 1951, Redmond made history as the first city in Oregon to form a public hospital district. Central Oregon District Hospital was built in 1952 on 20 acres north of town. The public supported the hospital with tax dollars and community members were elected to serve on the Board of Directors up until the time of the merger between the Bend and Redmond hospitals. As part of its continued commitment to the Redmond community, St. Charles Health System invested in the Redmond facility through a $30 million addition that opened in 2006.