(ELMA, WA) – The community is invited to attend and celebrate the completion of Summit Pacific’s new Wellness Center. The grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony are planned for Friday, Jan. 25 at 610 East Main Street in Elma.
“This project has been many years in the making and we can’t wait to share it with our community. I believe this Wellness Center will transform the future of healthcare in our county and will be an important resource for many years to come,” said Josh Martin, CEO of Summit Pacific.
The ribbon cutting ceremony will begin at noon. Featured speakers include Josh Martin and Andrew Hooper of Summit Pacific, Cassie Sauer of the Washington State Hospital Association, Peter McMillin and Kirk Pearson of the USDA, and Representative Derek Kilmer.
The community is welcome to explore the building with tours beginning at 1 p.m. following the formal program. The event will feature a raffle, swag, refreshments and opportunities to meet providers and learn about the services offered in the Wellness Center.
The new 60,000 square-foot facility features three floors dedicated to preventive medicine including a third-floor primary care suite, outpatient therapy services, lab and diagnostic imaging services, an expanded café, pharmacy, several community conference and education rooms, a rock climbing wall, outdoor plaza, community fitness trail with outdoor exercise equipment and playground.
For more information about the Summit Pacific Wellness Center grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony, please contact Natalie Jensen, Event Coordinator at 360-346-2345 or Natalie.Jensen@sp-mc.org.