Summit Pacific Medical Center operates two primary care clinics, specializing in family medicine. Several of our providers also specialize in women’s health and obstetric care and pediatrics. Our clinics are staffed by a variety of board-certified providers including physician’s assistants, nurse practitioners, osteopathic doctors, naturopathic doctors and medical doctors. Our clinics accept most insurance plans including Medicare and Medicaid.
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Summit Pacific has integrated family medicine training physicians who see patients in the Wellness Center as a part our Family Medicine Residency Practice. The Family Medicine Residency Clinic provides continuous, comprehensive, convenient, accessible and coordinated patient care for the community and greater Grays Harbor County. The Family Medicine Residency Clinic is dedicated to the education of rural family medicine physicians to provide improved access to high quality, patient centered care to better serve the needs of our community. Family medicine residents are physicians in training who work alongside board-certified family medicine physicians and inter-professional health care providers to promote continuity of care for family medicine patients.
To learn more about our Family Medicine Residency Clinic, please click here.
Your Patient-Centered Medical Home
Both of our clinics participate in the Washington State Patient Centered Medical Home Collaborative. This means our patient care teams use a team approach that focuses on the patient’s health, and the overall health of the patient’s family unit. This approach helps encourage two-way communication and participation in care plans between the patient and their provider; it also encourages patients to take a proactive approach to managing their own health and the health of their family. The Medical Home project allows more one-on-one time between provider and patient and enables the patients to participate in their healthcare decisions.