North Olympic Healthcare Network (NOHN) is Washington State’s newest federally qualified Community Health Center, beginning operations on September 1, 2015 shortly after being awarded a 330 New Access Point grant.
NOHN is located in Port Angeles with a primary service area encompassing Clallam County, situated in the northwestern most corner of Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula. Our northern border extends 100 miles along the Strait of Juan de Fuca, our western border is over 65 miles of Pacific Ocean coastline, and the mountains of Olympic National Park predominate our southern border. A single transportation corridor, State Highway 101, provides the only access to the area.
Dr. Michael Maxwell, CEO of the North Olympic Healthcare Network, left, listens as Sen. Maria Cantwell speaks during a roundtable discussion in Port Angeles on Saturday about opioid addiction and abuse. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
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“The NOHN/PASD High School clinic opened on 1-9-18. If you are interested in scheduling an appointment at the High School Clinic, please contact Sean Clark, Navigator at 360 452-7891 ext. 2855”
Health care clinic to open at Port Angeles High School
Upcoming Clinic Closures
June 20, 2018 – Staff Enrichment
July 4, 2018 – Fourth of July Holiday
July 18, 2018 – Staff Enrichment
September, 3 2018 – Labor Day
September 19, 2018 – Staff Enrichment
October 17, 2018 – Staff Enrichment
November, 22 and 23, 2018 – Thanksgiving
December 19, 2018 – Staff Enrichment
December 25, 2018 – Christmas Holiday
We need your opinion!
Clallam County Health & Human Services, and multiple healthcare and human service partners are developing the county’s Community Health Assessment (CHA). The CHA will provide information about the health issues, strengths, assets and priorities of the county and will lay the groundwork for what the county should focus on over the next five years. In order to hear from as many county residents as possible, a brief survey has been developed, asking questions about quality of life, social connections and examples of ways the community could be strengthened.
Hearing from the community is an important part of this process.
Click on the link below to take the short survey (should take less than 5 minutes):
Clallam County Community Survey
After completing the survey, it would be very helpful for you to help us expand our reach into the community by forwarding this survey on to friends and family for completion. Your help will improve the chance that we can better identify and address the health needs of the community.