The Everett Clinic and Dr. Erica Peavy, Executive Executive Medical Director for Transformation, were featured in the Herald's, "Some WSU medical school doctors will be trained in Everett," which features Washington State Univeristy's plans to teach medical students in Everett through the Elson S. Read more about In the news: Some WSU medical school doctors will be trained in Everett
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The Everett Clinic is listed as one of the 35 national members of CAPG, the leading US professional association for physician organizations practicing capitated, coodinated care. The organization now represents more than 210 physican prganization in 40 states, Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico.
The organization is poised for a strong and dynamic future in its core objectives of advocacy, education, and leadership in implementing and expanding risk-based coordinated care. Read more about In the news: CAPG Advances Risk-Based Coordinated Care Coast to Coast
Dr. Aisha Reuler and Dr. Susana Myers contributed to the Herald's Health & Wellness feauture, "Toilet-training 101."
By the time children reach their second and third years of life, the daunting task of getting them out of diapers and transitioning to using the toilet has probably made it onto their parents' to-do list. Read more about In the news: Toilet-training 101
DaVita HealthCare Partners, a leading independent medical group in America and leading global provider of kidney care, and The Everett Clinic, a nationally recognized physician group, today announced the clinic's stakeholders voted to approve a previously announced merger plan. Read more about Doctors Approve Merger With DaVita HealthCare Partners
But why should a respected, independent and successful organization like The Everett Clinic, with 318,000 patients, need to seek a larger parent? Read more about In the news: Work cut out for new owner
Everett Clinic optometrist, Dr. James Santoro contributed to the Herald's, "Top tips for driving at night."
One of the most common patient complaints presented to an eye doctor is difficulty seeing while driving at night. According to the National Safety Council, vehicle death rates are three times higher at nighttime than during the day. Read more about In the news: Top tips for driving at night
The Everett Clinic primary care provider offices can now be reached by phone from 7 am – 8 pm in Everett, Lake Stevens, Snohomish, Marysville, Mukilteo, Mill Creek and Stanwood. Read more about Call your primary care provider's office until 8 pm
Everett Clinic chief operating officer, Dr. Jeff Bissey contributed to the Herald's feature on the Clinic's South County growth.
“We felt we needed over the next five years to at least double in size and at least have a market presence in north King County on both sides of the north end of Lake Washington,” said Jeff Bissey, The Everett Clinic's chief operating officer." Read more about In the news: Everett Clinic plans expansion in Shoreline, Lynnwood, south Everett
The Everett Clinic has signed a lease for a 40,000-square-foot Clinic at the Shoreline Marketplace, 1201 N. 175th Street, Shoreline, next to Trader Joe’s and across from Shoreline City Hall. It is renovating the space and plans to open a Clinic there in September 2016 with primary care, a Walk-In Clinic and some medical specialties. Read more about Everett Clinic begins South County growth
Everett Clinic audiologist, Dr. Kimberly Scherer was featured in the Herald's, "Our hearing requires protection, and sometimes a technical boost." Read more about In the news: Our hearing requires protection, and sometimes a technical boost
The Everett Clinic Occupational Medicine and Center of Occupation Health and Education were mentioned in the Herald's editorial, "What's behind L&I increases." Read more about In the news: What’s behind L&I increases
Watch and learn about these and other medical topics from y our Everett Clinic providers in our latest educational videos. Read more about Tumor conferences and urinary incontinence: View new provider videos
Tune in for Everett Clinic Mohs, Laser & Skin surgeon Dr. Gail de Imus on KBTC public television, 7:30 pm, Friday December 4. Dr. Imus will discuss skin cancer and skin cancer removal. Read more about Watch December 4: Dr. Gail de Imus on skin cancer
Everett Clinic physical therapist, Dr. Jenna Lisenby contributed to The Everett Herald's What to expect: "Physical therapists push you body to recover." Read more about In the news: Physical therapists push your body to recover