The McKenzie-Williamette Medical Center is a non-profit, 114-bed, acute-care medical facility. They offer numerous services such as intensive care, coronary care, pulmonary medicine, oncology, maternity, surgery, diagnostic imaging, occupational medicine, and rehabilitation. It has various departments including Cascade Medical Associates, Center for Healthy Living, Diagnostic Imaging, Communication Center, Trauma Services, and Respiratory Care. A cafeteria serving sandwich, Oriental veggies, mushrooms, clam chowder, and garlic bread stick is attached. The Jack V. Fuller House, located adjacent to one of the hospital's entrances, provides low-cost accommodations to families of patients in crisis. It includes three guest rooms, each with a TV, VCR, and private bath.