ACC Medlink is the leader in state to state medical transportation offering transport from Oregon to any other in the U.S., (200 miles or more) using large, comfortable vehicles that are professionally staffed with our licensed medical crew to care for your loved one.
Our medical vehicles are equipped with the latest in entertainment technology as well as three beds to accommodate family when loved ones are traveling together.
Our expert interstate medical transport crew consists of Registered Nurses and Paramedics that have expertise in caring for patients with a wide variety of conditions.
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Oregonians have a few more days to weigh in on the future of one of Central Oregon's most vital resources Oregonians have a few more days to weigh in on the future of one of Central Oregon's most vital resources: the Deschutes River.
An ode to a sleeping volcano The title of this piece was inspired from the Oct. 24 edition of the Source Weekly, specifically Josh Jardine's column, "Memories of the Volcano." But the volcano I remember is one familiar to us all, Bachelor Butte, or as the downhill skiers know it, Mt. Bachelor.
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Teams of four play four matches Friday and Saturday, with a final round Sunday morning For those looking to get into a winter-related sport that doesn't involve shusshing down a mountain, curling may be the answer. The Bend Curling Club is inviting participants to its upcoming Bonspiel—the term curlers use for "tournament."
Gravel cycling at lower elevation, and in warmer temps Fall gravel cycling can be a tad tricky: where exactly does the snow start and end? Rather than taking chances in Bend, here's a better idea: head to the Maupin, Dufur, Tygh Valley area and enjoy the lower elevation. Locals say the daily temps are 5 to 15 degrees warmer than the rest of the region. While that doesn't mean riders can plug in the blender to mix up margaritas: it does mean it will be warm enough to crank through miles on a bicycle.