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The Herald reports on flu season in Washington State. This season health officials have seen a dramatic increase in people sickened by flu, signaling the onset of influenza season. This season has led to four deaths and 40% of a statewide flu monitoring network have tested postitive for influenza. Read more about In the news: Big increase in Snohomish County flu cases
Watch and learn from new Everett Clinic providers in family medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, physical therapy, pediatrics, internal medicine, allergy, behavioral health and more. Read more about Watch new provider videos
We are pleased to announce that The Everett Clinic and Regence BlueShield have come to a contract resolution and expect services to continue without disruption in 2017. Read more about The Everett Clinic and Regence BlueShield
In December, The Everett Clinic will open a neighborhood Thomas Lake Clinic, 3916 148th St., Mill Creek, 98012. The clinic will be approximately 6,400 square feet and will provide primary care, behavioral health, family medicine, X-ray, laboratory services, and a walk-in clinic (urgent care), to the community. The anticipated opening date is Monday, December 19.
The new Thomas Lake Clinic will be located in a retail center. Read more about In December, The Everett Clinic Opens a Neighborhood Clinic in Mill Creek
Jenny Pinnell, an Everett Clinic teammate, had heard about coordinated care for years. Read how she experienced the benefits first hand after a serious accident. Read more about The Value of a Primary Care Provider
Read one woman's journey from fearful to confident as she faced the risk of developing breast cancer and made decisions on how best to mitigate that risk in her life. Read more about From Fearful to Confident: Facing Breast Cancer
Everett Clinic physician, Dr. Yuan-Po Tu contributes to the Herald's, "Nasal spray not being used for flu vaccine this year."
EVERETT — Parents: Prepare for a big selling job, a pitch to make to your kids.
This year, there’s no FluMist , the flu vaccine administered through the nose.
So there’s only one option, getting a vaccine with the help of a sharp needle — the old fashioned flu shot. Read more about In the news: Nasal spray not being used for flu vaccine this year
Listen to Everett Clinic physician, Dr. Elizabeth Meyering on Health Matters radio, KRKO 1380am, 6pm, Mon., Oct. 10 with hosts Shannon O'Kelley, physical therapist and President of Integrated Rehabilitation Group, and Maury Eskenazi, radio personality from Fox Sports radio. Read more about Listen to Dr. Meyering on Health Matters Radio Oct. 10
Get to know your new Everett Clinic providers and see what drove them to a career in healthcare and why they chose The Everett Clinic over others in the Pacific Northwest. Read more about Watch, learn and get to know new providers
The Herald reports on the continued growth of The Everett Clinic including the Shoreline, WA facility, opening Sept. 26. Read more about In the news: Everett Clinic expands into King County with Shoreline facility
Adult and pediatric flu vaccination clinics will open Monday, September 26, at all 10 Everett Clinic locations. However, pediatric vaccine (ages 36 months - 18 years) is currently only available at our Shoreline location. Adult (over 18) and infant (6 - 35 months) flu vaccine is available at all locations. Read more about Pediatric Flu Vaccine Availability