Urgent Care

Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 Days a Week

Our Urgent Care Clinic offers a walk-in service for those suffering from:

  • fevers
  • cold and flu symptoms
  • stomach aches, pains and cramping
  • earaches
  • twists, sprains and possible breaks
  • rashes
  • cuts and burns
  • infections
  • sports physicals
  • and much more!

Summit Pacific Urgent Care is located inside of Summit Pacific Medical Center at 600 East Main Street in Elma.

Urgent Care services should not take the place of routine visits with your primary care provider. Those with life and/or limb threatening situations should still call 911 and/or get to your nearest Emergency Department as soon as possible. Summit Pacific’s Emergency Department is open 24/7.

Urgent Care Providers

Terra Grandmason, ARNP

Terra is an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner who is focused on meeting and connecting with patients of all ages. She is energized by providing one-on-one care and by working in a dynamic team setting. She received her Master of Science in Nursing from Seattle University and has been working in medicine since 2007. Terra is no stranger to Summit Pacific as she previously worked here from 2011 to 2018. Making her return in 2021 to our Urgent Care, she strives to provide safe medical interactions with evidence-based care.

Terra’s hobbies include adventures with her loved ones, quiet time in nature and working hard around the property where she resides with a multigenerational family. She is also passionate about caring for rescue animals, including an endearing herd of goats.

Brianne Hoffman, PA-C

An Elma resident since 2006, Brianne Hoffman is a board certified Physician’s Assistant. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from St. Martin’s University and then her master’s from the University of St. Francis. Prior to attending PA school, Brianne spent time as a paramedic, providing compassionate care to those in urgent need. She is committed to providing quality and compassionate care to her patients and looks forward to growing this community’s access to care.

Daniel Payton, PA-C

Daniel Payton is a retired United States Army veteran from Orange County, California. He received his Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies at Sullivan University in Louisville, Kentucky. Dan has previously worked as an EMT and has been involved in rescue and emergency medical services since 2011. Dan has worked in lower mountaineering and backcountry instruction since 1985 and enjoys bouldering, backpacking and skiing.

April Telan, ARNP

April Telan is from Skagit County, WA and obtained her Master of Science in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner from Gonzaga University. April served as a registered nurse at the Seattle Veterans Affairs Hospital in the emergency room before becoming a nurse practitioner. She also continues to serve in the Air Force Reserve as an aeromedical evacuation flight nurse at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. April is passionate about rural health as well as caring for patients and their families with acute concerns. She enjoys using health prevention and promotion to achieve their quality of life goals. April enjoys hiking, backpacking, and board games with her husband and has a goal to visit every national park in the lower 48 states.