Medical Services

Medical Services

We provide comprehensive, primary medical services for both children and adults that emphasize a holistic, patient-centered approach to medical care. By having a collaborative team of providers that grow with your needs as a part of your health care team, we’re able to consult with our fellow professionals on your medical needs as well as refer you to in-house specialists if needed. Our team focuses on improving your quality of life as well as preventing chronic diseases by screening and catching them early in life before they can do damage to your body.

We have medical clinics located throughout Kitsap and North Mason Counties: one in Belfair, one in Shelton, three in Bremerton, one in Kingston, one in Port Orchard and one in Poulsbo and a new clinic opening in Silverdale in early 2020.  In addition, have a Mobile Medical Clinic that travels throughout Kitsap County to provide primary medical care to our patients with transportation or other access issues.

Extended Hours Clinics are available at both the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic and the Sixth Street Medical Clinic. Patients can receive care Monday – Fridays evenings and Saturday hours. Saturday hours are available at the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic.

What we offer

  • 24-hour on call care
  • Routine physicals
  • Immunizations and flu shots
  • Minor surgery
  • Newborn and well child care
  • Women’s breast and cervical health care
  • Family planning and pregnancy testing
  • Chronic disease care
  • Cancer screening
  • On-site pharmacy services
  • Behavioral health care services
  • Health education and information
  • Dietary Services
  • Chemical dependency coordination services
  • We offer referral services for more specialized care!


PCHS accepts most medical insurance plans, including Apple Health. All patients are eligible to apply for our sliding fee discount, which allows you pay a reduced fee based on your income. The receptionists can help set up payment for services on a sliding scale.

PCHS services are available to our patients without regard for ability to pay. This does not mean that services are free, but rather that a payment plan can be created or other resources may be available to ensure cost is not a barrier to care.