Upcoming Clinic Closures

Upcoming Clinic Closures

November 14, 2018 – Staff Enrichment / Closed until 1pm

November, 22 and 23, 2018 – Thanksgiving Holiday

December 19, 2018 – Staff Enrichment / Closed until 1pm

December 25, 2018 – Christmas Holiday

January 1, 2019 – New Year’s Day

January 16, 2019 – Staff Enrichment / Closed until 1pm

February 20, 2019 – Staff Enrichment / Closed until 1pm

March 20, 2019 – Staff Enrichment / Closed until 1pm



Our New Clinic Site Brings Expanded Services

Our new site at 933 E 1st Street is already buzzing with activity as it eases some of the space restrictions at our Downtown clinic. Many patients have already seen their providers at the new Site.

In early 2019 we will add dental care to the services provided at our First Street Site. This is an exciting addition for us as we seek to expand our ability to address the whole person and their needs. A growing body of research clearly links dental health with overall health.

We’re all reading a lot now about the relationship between gum disease and serious health complications like heart disease and stroke. But several research studies are also suggesting that more than 90% of all systemic diseases (those that involve multiple organs or systems) have oral manifestations, including recurring gum problems, mouth ulcers, and dry mouth. Some of these diseases include diabetes, oral (and other) cancers, kidney disease, and other illnesses. While we don’t yet know exactly why, scientists and practitioners are finding that women with gum disease also show higher incidences of pre-term, low birth-weight babies.

Sometimes, it’s a dentist who is the first healthcare provider to identify the signs of these diseases and health concerns in patients, often in their earliest stages. So dental care is an important aspect of our prevention, assessment, and treatment approach to health and healthy lifestyles. We currently plan to open seven dental chairs in early 2019.

Watch for lots of building activity at our First Street Site. And please excuse our mess while we prepare to strengthen our ability to help patients improve their health and vitality

North Olympic Healthcare Network: Recently Hatched, Taking Flight, and Gaining Altitude

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.

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