Sky Lakes Medical Center is located in beautiful Klamath Falls, Oregon, on the eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains in sunny southern Oregon. It is the largest private employer in the area with roughly 1,500 employees. We're community owned, internationally accredited, award winning and licensed for 176 beds. Some 125 physicians are on our medical staff, many of them specialists practicing at Sky Lakes-owned clinics.
Culture of Health
Led by Sky Lakes, community partners in 2012 rallied to address the effects of decades of economic stagnation and formed the Healthy Klamath coalition and made huge strides in boosting graduation rates, reducing crime, increasing access to fresh produce and creating a stronger network of social, behavioral and physical healthcare services. Now, Klamath County has earned national recognition, becoming one of four winners in the 2018 RWJF Culture of Health Prize awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Learn more about how Klamath County earned a Culture of Health prize. Watch or award-winning Culture of Health video.
As a proud sponsor of the Blue Zones Project in Klamath Falls, Sky Lakes is helping to transform well-being in our community. The Blue Zones Project focuses on making small but sustainable improvements across environment, policy and social networks. That means residents and business owners alike are focused on improving well-being for themselves and their neighbors. Together, we can lower obesity rates, smoking and chronic disease to create a healthier, happier place to live, work and play.
Sky Lakes employees treasure the outdoor activities available close by. Watch a Meet Me in Klamath video to learn more.
The Klamath Trails Association is growing the network of recreational trails in Klamath County. There are other hiking trails in Winema National Forest a few miles west of Klamath Falls. And wildlife-viewing areas abound near Klamath Falls.
Crater Lake has inspired people for thousands of years. No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake, so blue in color; sheer surrounding cliffs, almost 2,000 feet high; two picturesque islands; and a violent volcanic past. It is a place of immeasurable beauty, and an outstanding outdoor laboratory and classroom. And it's only an hour's drive from Sky Lakes Medical Center.
There are 28 K-12 schools in Klamath Falls, including 20 public schools and eight private schools.
According to National Geographic's "50 Best Places to Live" list, Klamath Falls ranks No. 10. With median home prices at $156,000 and an abundance of majestic views and waterfront property, coupled with mountain fresh air, we couldn’t agree more that Klamath Falls is an ideal place to live.