North Coast Medical Clinic exists to provide access substance abuse and mental health services for community members, with emphasis on the medically underserved, to improve the health and education of the community.
North Coast Medical Clinic serves Clatsop county and Pacific county community families. As a team of family practice, primary care physicians, we specialize in providing exceptional care with extraordinary compassion. Our Medical and Clinical staff are part of the community and strive to provide the best possible care to our neighbors.
North Coast Medical Clinic is one of the fastest growing Primary Care Clinics on the North Coast. We are dedicated to reviving the fractured doctor patient relationship within the current medical and health care system. We focus on transparency and affordability. We offer an intuitive approach to health care that allows patients to receive the exact care they want, when and how they want it from their Family Physician. Our goal is to put the patient first in every interaction and deliver concierge like care to our community.
Our Medical Staff
Martin Mark Klos,
Doctor of Medicine
Dr Martin Klos is our interim Medical Doctor. Dr Klos is from Springfield Oregon where he runs his own clinic, Alpha Treatment Center
Martin M. Klos M.D. MBA MBAA
Alpha Treatment Center
3831 Main Street, #108, Springfield, OR 97478
Office Phone: 541-746-4468
Office Fax: 541-746-4562
Board Certified Anesthesiologist working with Chronic Pain Management
Board Certified Addictionologist treating Opiate, Methamphetamine and Alcohol Addictions
Advocate for improved Pain management, as well as for the prevention/medical treatment model for drug addiction.
Internship in General Medicine
Residency in Anesthesiology
Ochsner Hospital and Clinics, New Orleans, LA
1983 to 1986
Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR
MBA Healthcare Management
Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland OR
Portland State University, Portland, OR
Bachelor of Science Degree, Biology and Psychology
University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
Chief Anesthesia Resident , Ochsner Hospital, New Orleans, LA.
Worked directly with Department Chairman to rebuild the Anesthesiology Teaching Program for residents, improving the program from probation to fully accredited. Managed Anesthesia Resident issues for the hospital and clinic system.
1985 to 1986
Staff Anesthesiologist, David Grant Hospital, Travis AFB, California
Responsible for management of cases in surgery department
Special Training as Primary Flight Surgeon at Brookes AFB, Texas
1986 to 1989
Staff Anesthesiologist , Dakota Clinic, Fargo, North Dakota.
1989 to 1992
Chairman, Department of Anesthesia, 1991 to 1992
Handled administrative functions for the Department of Anesthesia, Management of 5 Anesthesiologists and 19 Nurse Anesthetists.
Started new quality assurance program which received special recognition for advanced database tracking of quality assurance from JCAH
Flight Surgeon, North Dakota Air National Guard, Fargo, North Dakota
1989 to 1992
State Air Surgeon 1992
Responsible for all of the Flight Medicine programs for the Army and Air
National Guard for the state of North Dakota
Consulting Anesthesiologist, VA Medical Center, Fargo, North Dakota
Supervised Nurse Anesthetists as needed for complex casework
Staff Anesthesiologist, Merle West Medical Center, Klamath Falls, OR
Doing primary Anesthesia and pain management in a small community setting
1992 to 1997
Chronic Pain and Addiction Management, Eugene and Springfield, OR
Medication and Therapy Management
Addiction Medical Treatment and Management
1997 to present
Long Beach Washington
January 2012 to October 2015
Astoria Pointe, Astoria, Oregon
August 2011 to 2013
Editorial Advisory Board
Practical Pain Management
2007 to 2012
Lecturer at the Annual Legal Training Conference for the Air Force JAG office
Topics of Anesthesiology
Topics of Drug Addiction
1986 to 1989
Volunteer Instructor, Anesthesiology, UC Davis Medical Center
Lectures to Anesthesia Residents
Operating Room Supervision of Resident trainees
1987 to 1989
Speaker for Jansen , Wyeth Ayerst, Al Pharma, and Reckitt Benkeiser Pharmaceutical companies
Introducing new medications to physicians in the community
1987 to present
Volunteer Instructor, Anesthesiology,
University of North Dakota Medical School,
Grand Forks, North Dakota
In conjunction with work at VA Hospital.
1991 to 1992
Instructor at University of Oregon,
Prescription Drug Abuse, Medication Treatment
2004 to present
Trainer at Boy Scout Wood badge
Dale Carnegie type Leadership Management Course, 4 courses taught
2001 to 2006
Instructor at Lane Community College, Eugene Oregon
Courses in: Pain Management; New Strategies, and Crisis intervention
2007 to present
Community Volunteer positions:
Boy Scouts of America Adult Leader, OA Vigil Honor , Adult Wood badge Trainer
1993 to present
Shriner since 2013
Boy Scout National Jamboree Medical Staff Member
Civil Air Patrol Volunteer Leader
1996 to 1998
Board Member, Pain Society of Oregon
2002 to 2004
Lane County Heroin Task Force Member
Chairman Lane County Coalition for the Prevention of Substance Abuse,
Charter member 2004
2005 to 2007
Private Pilot, Instrument Rated
Flight experience from light aircraft to F-16, C-130
Scuba Diver with Advanced training
Photography, Computer Networking and Database management
Registered Medical Assistant
Mariela joined North Coast Medical Clinic in June of 2016, as our Registered Medical Assistant. Mariela completed her clinical hours at Coast Family Health Center in Astoria, Oregon and Graduated from Clatsop Community College in June of 2016. She is bilingual (English and Spanish). Mariela brings our North Coast Medical Clinic team a caring and comforting approach to patient care. She enjoys spending time with her family, drawing, and helping people.
Latest Clinic News:
North Coast Medical Clinic
We are continuing to add services and staff to provide for our community!
November 06, 2017
North Coast Medical Clinic is taking an agressive approach in dealing with and caring for individuals that suffer from an opioid use disorder. As a suboxone, naltrexone, heroin detox, and vivitrol providor, we pride ourselves in being on the front line of this battle. This battle can be won! The combination of education and sometimes medication will contribute to end this epidemic.
We specialize in confidential and personalized treatment. Our program offers convenient outpatient treatment of opiate addiction in an affordable program under the care of a suboxone licensed physician. We can often see patients the same day they make the decision to begin treatment. Our program is designed for motivated, high functioning individuals who have decided to end the cycle of addiction in their life. Our goal is to provide customized individual treatment to help people live a better life in recovery.