• CHI Mercy Health - Mercy Medical Center and Mercy Foundation

    Caring for our community for over 100 Years!

    CHI Mercy Health Mercy Medical Center started with a $12,000 gift from the Roseburg community. That’s the sum the Sisters of Mercy raised to construct Roseburg’s first hospital back in 1909.

    Since then, CHI Mercy Health has grown into a sophisticated 174-bed medical center with advanced technology and a continuum of services including heart and vascular, orthopedic and podiatry, robotic surgical, GI, vision, family practice, outpatient surgery, diagnostic imaging, including digital mammography, CT, MRI and nuclear imaging, as well as outpatient care through home health and hospice and multiple laboratory locations throughout the county to ensure Douglas County residents have access to state-of-the-art healthcare without having to leave town.

    Today more than 1,000 talented and dedicated employees and 100 compassionate and giving volunteers work throughout Mercy. It is their commitment that has helped Mercy become one of the country's most highly rated hospitals.
    We are proud to be recognized as the best place to work in Douglas County, as one of the top 20 rural hospitals in the country, and by national safety organizations for our dedication and commitment to patient safety.

    Serving Douglas County’s children and families

    Mercy Foundation was established in 1973 to help identify and fill the unmet health care needs of Douglas County residents.
    A volunteer board of respected citizens, who live, work and serve in Douglas County, act as both advisors and fundraisers to help the foundation achieve its mission.

    In 2007, Mercy’s Healthy Kids Outreach Program (HKOP) was started as a way to provide health education and outreach for school kids throughout Douglas County. Since that time, the program has continued to expand and now includes, violence prevention education, as well as a full complement of dental care, dental education and access to local dentists for immediate or chronic issues.
    Each year, Mercy Foundation hosts the Festival of Tree’s, a community-wide holiday event that raises funds primarily to support the many initiatives of the foundation.

    Community members are encouraged to support the ongoing work of our Foundation by making a financial gift of any size. A gift may also be designated to benefit a particular foundation program, like HKOP. Designated or not, your gift will be put to good use and will support the continued outreach in our community.

    2700 NW Stewart Pkwy, Roseburg, OR
    (541) 673-0611

  • Loggers Tap House & Loggers Pizza

    Loggers pizza has been voted #1 in Douglas County since 2013. Made from scratch sourdough crust, 100% mozzarella cheese, homemade sauces, and plenty of toppings put this pizza in a class of its own!

    Loggers Tap House is a veteran owned, family run establishment. Sam Gross and his family began the pizza business in 2009. Today, pizza and pub grub are served at the newly remodeled Tap House which is also Blue Zone certified offering delicious, healthy choices on the menu.

    Loggers offers a popular bar and separate family dining. The Tap House hosts many events and fundraisers including lively jazz bands from the local middle and high schools. Stop in for the food and enjoy the friendly atmosphere!

    2060 Northwest Stewart Parkway, Roseburg, OR
    (541) 671-2206

  • UV Life Magazine

    UV is a magazine devoted to telling the story of life in the Umpqua Valley by featuring the people, places, event and activities that give the region its colorful and truly unique character.

    UV is published quarterly by The Umpqua Life LLC, a community partnership composed of AHM Brands, CHI Mercy Health and Derek A. Adams. Our goal is promote the many virtues of the region we call home in a manner that no outside publication could, or would, ever attempt.

    Because no one knows the hidden treasures of the Umpqua Valley like those of us who live here.

    603 SE Jackson St. Roseburg, OR
    (541) 236-9360

  • Umpqua Survival

    Umpqua Survival is Douglas County’s best kept secret! They offer a huge selection of firearms, class 3 items, shooting & reloading supplies, camping, hiking, first aid and off grid living products. You’ll find trusted brands like Vortex optics, Colt, Glock, Boy Scouts of America, Solo Stove, Gerber, Berkey, Daltech, SilencerCo, Gemtech, Henry Rifles, Dillon Precision, Northwest Fork, WaterBrick, Grinds, Xtreme Bullets and many more.

    Their friendly, knowledgeable staff will gladly assist in selecting the right products and services for your purchase. If they don’t have it in stock, special order service is always available. ODFW License and tags available. Discounts available for all Military/First responders and, First time youth hunters. Layaway available and Umpqua Survival will always do their best to beat local competitor pricing.

    Before your next purchase check out Umpqua Survival. You’ll save money, time and be gratified with your overall experience.

    2896 NE Diamond Lake Blvd, Roseburg, OR
    (541) 673-6666

  • The Grand Victorian Theater

    Marcus and Joanne Ogle are the proprietors of The Grand Victorian Theatre in Myrtle Creek, Oregon. They uphold the tradition of dinner theatre with great food and fun plays. Look for more events like karaoke, singing competitions, and movie night, too.

    If you want to be a part of a cast or crew please don’t hesitate to contact The Grand Victorian!

    The Grand Victorian is also available to rent for special events and private parties!

    828 N. Old Pacific Highway, Myrtle Creek, OR
    (541) 863-5000