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Pendleton Place Medical Clinic

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360-377-3776

The Pendleton Place Medical Clinic is conveniently located inside Pendleton Place, right off of Kitsap Way. Pendleton Place is the first large permanent supportive housing apartment complex for Kitsap County adult residents who are chronically homeless with severe mental illness, addictions, and long-lasting health conditions.

Pendleton Place was named in honor of Lloyd Pendleton, a nationally known advocate for ending homelessness. In 2016, Lloyd met with Kitsap area organizations and community members and though he has since passed away, his visit inspired the action necessary to initiate creation of Pendleton Place. With our gratitude to Lloyd and the enthusiastic support of our community, Pendleton Place will make it possible for 72 of our community members in need of permanent supportive housing to have a place of their own to call home.

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5454 Kitsap Way
Room #343,
Bremerton, WA 98312
Phone: 360-377-3776
Fax: 360-874-5595

MondayClosed
Tuesday8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
WednesdayClosed
Thursday8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
FridayClosed
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

Jesse Gray, PA-C

I am excited to be part of the Peninsula team and help the community. I aim to partner with patients to fulfill their health goals!

Hannah Booth, PA-C

Originally from Augusta, Georgia, my family moved to Kennewick, WA during my middle school years. I am now a whole-hearted fan of the Pacific Northwest and have enjoyed my undergraduate and graduate educational experiences in Washington and Oregon, and the outdoor activities the areas have afforded.

My husband is originally from Kitsap County, and he and I are excited to be in this area and near family. Outside of medicine, I enjoy frequenting local coffee shops and spending time outdoors, soaking up as much sun as possible by running, hiking, and reading good books in parks. I am excited about working at PCHS, as I have held a long-time passion for primary care, and I look forward to learning with and from my patients.

Carly Briggs, PA-C

I’m excited for the opportunity to join PCHS to advocate for patients, provide health education, and improve community access to healthcare. I am especially interested in global health, substance use treatment, reproductive and LGBTQ+ healthcare, and preventative medicine.

I am a big fan of outdoor activities like hiking, swimming, biking, and snowboarding. I also enjoy trying new foods, playing board games, reading, and making jewelry.

Ian Gillingham, MD

Ian Gillingham, MD

From Melbourne Beach, Florida. My mother being from rural Mexico introduced me early on to the importance of access to quality health care for all, including the underserved. Studied 20th century history and Pre-Med at University of South Florida. Studied internationally earning a Masters of Public Health at St. George University in Grenada, West Indies. Earned my MD from America University of Integrative Sciences at St. Marten, Dutch Caribbean, and completed my Family Medicine Residency training in Tacoma, WA with the Puyallup Tribal Health Authority.

Richard St Cyr, MD

I am a board certified family doctor for twenty wonderful and rewarding years.

I live in Kitsap county with my wife and two young boys, where we are thriving amidst the wonderful quality of life and community spirit.

I have worked in varied communities, from a small community clinic in rural Sonoma to a large hospital in the heart of Beijing, China. But my mission is still the same: keeping my patients and the larger communities healthy. I focus on preventing illness, no matter their social or economic situation.

Austin Hummel, PA-C

Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska where I fell in love with its vast mountain range and the abundant outdoor activities it offers. My hobbies include trail running, rock climbing, and skiing. I am excited to join such a wonderful team of providers at PCHS where I can devote myself to delivering the best form of healthcare – all the while enjoying the nature or the outdoors the pacific northwest has to offer.

Lydia Weyenberg, MD, FACOG

I was born and raised in Wisconsin and completed residency in Chicago, Illinois after which I decided to move away from the cold and enjoy the beauty of Washington. I am very passionate about women’s health care and providing excellent care for women of all ages. My special interests are patient education and reproductive care including contraception, infertility, obstetric care, and postpartum care. I also have a special interest in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery including robotic surgery. I speak Spanish and am passionate about serving patients of all backgrounds with respect and dignity. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, snowboarding, rock climbing, and going out to eat.

Bing-Xue Lin, MD

Born in China and raised in Vancouver, Canada, I am excited to return to the Pacific Northwest after having trained extensively in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery and high risk obstetrics at NYU. I am passionate about women’s health and look forward to taking care of you!

 

 

 

Alexander McKean, PA-C

After leaving the Army, I wanted to enter a profession that would help people improve their lives, so I studied to become a PA. I am excited to be working with PCHS and serving the community here in a primary care setting. I am originally from the Bay Area in California, but life has taken me to several states and countries and am happy to finally land here in the PNW. My family and I like road trips, board games, music, and the outdoors.

Key Peninsula Medical Clinic

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360-377-3776

The Key Peninsula Clinic is conveniently located in the Key Central Plaza, off the Key Peninsula Highway. The integrated clinic features medical, behavioral health, and dental services in one setting as well as a Class A pharmacy where patients can obtain their prescription medications. The Key Peninsula Clinic also features drive-through pharmacy services for our patients. All patients check in through a central receptionist area. The medical clinic contains nine examination rooms and one minor procedure room. The dental clinic has five open examination rooms and two private rooms.

Extended Hours Clinics are available at both the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic and the Sixth Street Medical Clinic. Established PCHS patients can receive care for minor illnesses at both clinics. Saturday hours are available at the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic.

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11901 137th Ave. Ct. NW
Suite A,
Gig Harbor, WA 98329-6617
Phone: 360-377-3776
Fax: 360-874-5595

Monday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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Elizabeth Zaroff, ARNP

I am passionate about community healthcare and have been working in this field since I first became a nurse practitioner. I am excited to be returning to Kitsap County where I was born and raised and be able to bring my approach of collaboration, prevention, education and partnership to my Patients at PCHS. I am especially interested  in reproductive healthcare, substance use treatment, mental health and adolescent health.

I enjoy baking, knitting, cooking, running and yoga as well as hiking with my husband and our dog.

 

 

School Based Health Center | Madrona Heights

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360-377-3776

 

PCHS has partnered with South Kitsap School District to bring a school based health center (SBHC) to Discovery Alternative School and is the new school-based health center that is available to all students within the district, regardless of which school students attend. Students’ family members and school district staff can also be seen at the SBHC.

What is a school based health center (SBHC)?
A SBHC is a full-service primary care and behavioral health clinic that is located on a school campus. SBHCs provide a crucial link between health and education, improving outcomes for students in both areas. Some children and families may not have easy access to medical or behavioral health care due to challenges presented by transportation, time, lack of insurance or financial resources, or limited knowledge of health care needs. Embedding SBHCs into schools improves access for students and families.

What services do SBHCs offer?
The SBHC will offer health care services similar to those received at any provider’s office, including referrals to specialists. Services may include but are not limited to the following:
• Care for acute health conditions and injuries such as ear infections, sprained ankles, etc.
• Care for common health conditions such as asthma and diabetes
• Preventive care such as well child exams and sports physicals
• Tobacco and drug use prevention and treatment
• Behavioral health care in the form of treatment, counseling, or referrals for depression/anxiety, bullying, family conflict, or peer pressure

What are the benefits of SBHC?
SBHCs offer maximum flexibility for parents and choices about their child’s care: Parents may come onsite to be seen with their child, may attend the visit virtually or by phone, or may sign a consent form that allows their child to be seen by themselves so that parents do not need to leave work. Parents will be informed of visits and outcomes except when students have independently consented to legally protected confidential care. In general, students may only be seen with parental consent. However, Washington law permits minors to independently consent for some services (i.e. emergency medical services, outpatient mental health and substance use treatment, etc.).

SBHCs also benefit students and schools. Research demonstrates that students who use SBHC services may see improvements with attendance and grade point averages. Schools benefit because students are likely to spend more time in the classroom.

How do students and families sign up for services?
Registration for the SBHC is open throughout the year. Services are available during the school year, may be available during school and summer breaks, and are available year-round at all PCHS clinic locations. Appointments may be requested by walking in before and after school, as well as by following school-established processes during school hours.

With youth-focused health education and services available at school, more students are likely to stay healthy, feel supported, be in class ready to learn, and graduate.

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School Based Health Center | Madrona Heights

2150 Fircrest Dr SE
Room G-1,
Port Orchard, WA 98366
United States (US)
Phone: 360-377-3776
Fax: 360-874-5595

Monday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
WednesdayClosed
Thursday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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Kailey Redding, PA-C

Kailey Redding PA-C

I am originally from the East Coast and was raised in central Connecticut. I attended college in Boston, MA and then moved South to North Carolina for PA school and graduated amidst the pandemic! My partner is stationed at Fort Lewis-McChord near Tacoma, so I began my PA-C here in Washington. I love to travel, hike, exercise, and spend time outdoors with my partner and our rescue pup. I also brew kombucha at home! I am looking forward to learning about Washington and getting to know my patients here at PCHS!

Belinda Lear, MD

Belinda Lear, MD

I strive to provide integrated/holistic medical care which includes Western medicine with botanical medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, and osteopathic manipulation.

My hobbies include playing piano, gardening, hiking, and self-sustainability DIY projects.

Brian Lear, MD

Brian Lear, MD

School Based Health Center | Klahowya

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360-377-3776

PCHS has partnered with Central Kitsap School District to bring a school based health center (SBHC) to Klahowya Secondary School that is available to all students within the district, regardless of which school students attend. Students’ family members and school district staff can also be seen at the SBHC.

What is a school based health center (SBHC)?
A SBHC is a full-service primary care and behavioral health clinic that is located on a school campus. SBHCs provide a crucial link between health and education, improving outcomes for students in both areas. Some children and families may not have easy access to medical or behavioral health care due to challenges presented by transportation, time, lack of insurance or financial resources, or limited knowledge of health care needs. Embedding SBHCs into schools improves access for students and families.

What services do SBHCs offer?
The SBHC will offer health care services similar to those received at any provider’s office, including referrals to specialists. Services may include but are not limited to the following:
• Care for acute health conditions and injuries such as ear infections, sprained ankles, etc.
• Care for common health conditions such as asthma and diabetes
• Preventive care such as well child exams and sports physicals
• Tobacco and drug use prevention and treatment
• Behavioral health care in the form of treatment, counseling, or referrals for depression/anxiety, bullying, family conflict, or peer pressure

What are the benefits of SBHC?
SBHCs offer maximum flexibility for parents and choices about their child’s care: Parents may come onsite to be seen with their child, may attend the visit virtually or by phone, or may sign a consent form that allows their child to be seen by themselves so that parents do not need to leave work. Parents will be informed of visits and outcomes except when students have independently consented to legally protected confidential care. In general, students may only be seen with parental consent. However, Washington law permits minors to independently consent for some services (i.e. emergency medical services, outpatient mental health and substance use treatment, etc.).

SBHCs also benefit students and schools. Research demonstrates that students who use SBHC services may see improvements with attendance and grade point averages. Schools benefit because students are likely to spend more time in the classroom.

How do students and families sign up for services?
Registration for the SBHC is open throughout the year. Services are available during the school year, may be available during school and summer breaks, and are available year-round at all PCHS clinic locations. Appointments may be requested by walking in before and after school, as well as by following school-established processes during school hours.

With youth-focused health education and services available at school, more students are likely to stay healthy, feel supported, be in class ready to learn, and graduate.

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School Based Health Center | Klahowya

7607 NW Newberry Hill Road
Room: Clinic,
Silverdale, WA 98383
United States (US)

MondayClosed
Tuesday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
WednesdayClosed
Thursday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
FridayClosed
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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School Based Health Center | Barker Creek

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360-377-3776

PCHS has partnered with Central Kitsap School District to bring a school based health center (SBHC) to Barker Creek Community School that is available to all students within the district, regardless of which school students attend. Students’ family members and school district staff can also be seen at the SBHC.

What is a school based health center (SBHC)?
A SBHC is a full-service primary care and behavioral health clinic that is located on a school campus. SBHCs provide a crucial link between health and education, improving outcomes for students in both areas. Some children and families may not have easy access to medical or behavioral health care due to challenges presented by transportation, time, lack of insurance or financial resources, or limited knowledge of health care needs. Embedding SBHCs into schools improves access for students and families.

What services do SBHCs offer?
The SBHC will offer health care services similar to those received at any provider’s office, including referrals to specialists. Services may include but are not limited to the following:
• Care for acute health conditions and injuries such as ear infections, sprained ankles, etc.
• Care for common health conditions such as asthma and diabetes
• Preventive care such as well child exams and sports physicals
• Tobacco and drug use prevention and treatment
• Behavioral health care in the form of treatment, counseling, or referrals for depression/anxiety, bullying, family conflict, or peer pressure

What are the benefits of SBHC?
SBHCs offer maximum flexibility for parents and choices about their child’s care: Parents may come onsite to be seen with their child, may attend the visit virtually or by phone, or may sign a consent form that allows their child to be seen by themselves so that parents do not need to leave work. Parents will be informed of visits and outcomes except when students have independently consented to legally protected confidential care. In general, students may only be seen with parental consent. However, Washington law permits minors to independently consent for some services (i.e. emergency medical services, outpatient mental health and substance use treatment, etc.).

SBHCs also benefit students and schools. Research demonstrates that students who use SBHC services may see improvements with attendance and grade point averages. Schools benefit because students are likely to spend more time in the classroom.

How do students and families sign up for services?
Registration for the SBHC is open throughout the year. Services are available during the school year, may be available during school and summer breaks, and are available year-round at all PCHS clinic locations. Appointments may be requested by walking in before and after school, as well as by following school-established processes during school hours.

With youth-focused health education and services available at school, more students are likely to stay healthy, feel supported, be in class ready to learn, and graduate.

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School Based Health Center | Barker Creek

1400 NE McWilliams Rd
Room 141/143,
Bremerton, WA 98311
United States (US)

MondayClosed
Tuesday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
WednesdayClosed
Thursday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
FridayClosed
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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Berhane Tesfahun, ARNP

What brought me to PCHS is the mission of providing accessible health and wellness services to the community without regard to one’s ability to pay and PCHS’ vision of reducing health disparities by bringing services directly to individuals. In my role as a healthcare provider for PCHS, I strive to provide quality healthcare and I look forward to being integrated into the community.

Katelyn Spencer, PA-C

Originally from Wisconsin and previous Colorado resident, I was drawn to Washington for its beauty and outdoor recreation. I especially enjoy skiing, mountain biking and whitewater kayaking. I am proud to be a PA with PCHS because I believe the happiest communities are the healthiest communities, and therefore strive to provide equal healthcare access to all.

Emily Conway, ARNP

I am originally from a small island in Alaska so having a sense of community has always been important to me. Additionally, I am excited to provide quality healthcare while combining my desire to work with underserved populations. I believe health encompasses all unique parts of a person and that positive health outcomes come from an empowered patient.

Traveling and seeing new parts of the world is a deep passion of mine. I also enjoy anything outdoors including camping, hiking, snowboarding, fishing, gardening, and anything else the Pacific Northwest has to offer.

Silverdale Medical Clinic

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360-377-3776

The Silverdale medical clinic is conveniently located on NW Bucklin Hill road. The integrated clinic features medical, behavioral health, obstetrics, and dental services in one setting on the second floor. All patients check in through a central receptionist area. The medical side of the clinic contains eight examination rooms and one minor procedure room. The dental clinic has five open examination rooms and two private rooms.

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Silverdale Medical Clinic

3100 Northwest Bucklin Hill Road
Suite 202,
Silverdale, WA 98383
Phone: 360-377-3776
Fax: 360-874-5595

Monday7:15 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday7:15 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday7:15 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday7:15 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday7:15 AM - 6:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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Kristina van Niel, PA-C

Jacqueline Proudfoot, MD

Returning to the PNW via Massachusetts and California. Medical interests include obstetrics and women’s health, addiction medicine, and homeless medicine.

Lisa S. Dropp, MD

School Based Health Center | Esquire Hills Elementary School

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360-377-3776

PCHS has partnered with Central Kitsap School District to bring a school based health center (SBHC) to Esquire Hills Elementary School that is available to all students within the district, regardless of which school students attend. Students’ family members and school district staff can also be seen at the SBHC.

What is a school based health center (SBHC)?
A SBHC is a full-service primary care and behavioral health clinic that is located on a school campus. SBHCs provide a crucial link between health and education, improving outcomes for students in both areas. Some children and families may not have easy access to medical or behavioral health care due to challenges presented by transportation, time, lack of insurance or financial resources, or limited knowledge of health care needs. Embedding SBHCs into schools improves access for students and families.

What services do SBHCs offer?
The SBHC will offer health care services similar to those received at any provider’s office, including referrals to specialists. Services may include but are not limited to the following:
• Care for acute health conditions and injuries such as ear infections, sprained ankles, etc.
• Care for common health conditions such as asthma and diabetes
• Preventive care such as well child exams and sports physicals
• Tobacco and drug use prevention and treatment
• Behavioral health care in the form of treatment, counseling, or referrals for depression/anxiety, bullying, family conflict, or peer pressure

What are the benefits of SBHC?
SBHCs offer maximum flexibility for parents and choices about their child’s care: Parents may come onsite to be seen with their child, may attend the visit virtually or by phone, or may sign a consent form that allows their child to be seen by themselves so that parents do not need to leave work. Parents will be informed of visits and outcomes except when students have independently consented to legally protected confidential care. In general, students may only be seen with parental consent. However, Washington law permits minors to independently consent for some services (i.e. emergency medical services, outpatient mental health and substance use treatment, etc.).

SBHCs also benefit students and schools. Research demonstrates that students who use SBHC services may see improvements with attendance and grade point averages. Schools benefit because students are likely to spend more time in the classroom.

How do students and families sign up for services?
Registration for the SBHC is open throughout the year. Services are available during the school year, may be available during school and summer breaks, and are available year-round at all PCHS clinic locations. Appointments may be requested by walking in before and after school, as well as by following school-established processes during school hours.

With youth-focused health education and services available at school, more students are likely to stay healthy, feel supported, be in class ready to learn, and graduate.
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School Based Health Center | Esquire Hills Elementary School

2650 NE John Carlson Rd
Bremerton, WA 98311
United States (US)
Phone: 360-377-3776

MondayClosed
Tuesday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
WednesdayClosed
Thursday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
FridayClosed
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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School Based Health Center | Fairview Middle School

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360-377-3776

PCHS has partnered with Central Kitsap School District to bring a school based health center (SBHC) to Fairview Middle School that is available to all students within the district, regardless of which school students attend. Students’ family members and school district staff can also be seen at the SBHC.

What is a school based health center (SBHC)?
A SBHC is a full-service primary care and behavioral health clinic that is located on a school campus. SBHCs provide a crucial link between health and education, improving outcomes for students in both areas. Some children and families may not have easy access to medical or behavioral health care due to challenges presented by transportation, time, lack of insurance or financial resources, or limited knowledge of health care needs. Embedding SBHCs into schools improves access for students and families.

What services do SBHCs offer?
The SBHC will offer health care services similar to those received at any provider’s office, including referrals to specialists. Services may include but are not limited to the following:
• Care for acute health conditions and injuries such as ear infections, sprained ankles, etc.
• Care for common health conditions such as asthma and diabetes
• Preventive care such as well child exams and sports physicals
• Tobacco and drug use prevention and treatment
• Behavioral health care in the form of treatment, counseling, or referrals for depression/anxiety, bullying, family conflict, or peer pressure

What are the benefits of SBHC?
SBHCs offer maximum flexibility for parents and choices about their child’s care: Parents may come onsite to be seen with their child, may attend the visit virtually or by phone, or may sign a consent form that allows their child to be seen by themselves so that parents do not need to leave work. Parents will be informed of visits and outcomes except when students have independently consented to legally protected confidential care. In general, students may only be seen with parental consent. However, Washington law permits minors to independently consent for some services (i.e. emergency medical services, outpatient mental health and substance use treatment, etc.).

SBHCs also benefit students and schools. Research demonstrates that students who use SBHC services may see improvements with attendance and grade point averages. Schools benefit because students are likely to spend more time in the classroom.

How do students and families sign up for services?
Registration for the SBHC is open throughout the year. Services are available during the school year, may be available during school and summer breaks, and are available year-round at all PCHS clinic locations. Appointments may be requested by walking in before and after school, as well as by following school-established processes during school hours.

With youth-focused health education and services available at school, more students are likely to stay healthy, feel supported, be in class ready to learn, and graduate.
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School Based Health Center | Fairview Middle School

8107 Central Valley Rd NE,
Main Office,
Bremerton, WA 98311
Phone: 360-377-3776

Monday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
TuesdayClosed
Wednesday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
ThursdayClosed
Friday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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School Based Health Center | Mountain View Middle School

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360-377-3776

PCHS has partnered with Bremerton School District to bring a school based health center (SBHC) to Mountain View Middle School that is available to all students within the district, regardless of which school students attend. Students’ family members and school district staff can also be seen at the SBHC.

What is a school based health center (SBHC)?
A SBHC is a full-service primary care and behavioral health clinic that is located on a school campus. SBHCs provide a crucial link between health and education, improving outcomes for students in both areas. Some children and families may not have easy access to medical or behavioral health care due to challenges presented by transportation, time, lack of insurance or financial resources, or limited knowledge of health care needs. Embedding SBHCs into schools improves access for students and families.

What services do SBHCs offer?
The SBHC will offer health care services similar to those received at any provider’s office, including referrals to specialists. Services may include but are not limited to the following:
• Care for acute health conditions and injuries such as ear infections, sprained ankles, etc.
• Care for common health conditions such as asthma and diabetes
• Preventive care such as well child exams and sports physicals
• Tobacco and drug use prevention and treatment
• Behavioral health care in the form of treatment, counseling, or referrals for depression/anxiety, bullying, family conflict, or peer pressure

What are the benefits of SBHC?
SBHCs offer maximum flexibility for parents and choices about their child’s care: Parents may come onsite to be seen with their child, may attend the visit virtually or by phone, or may sign a consent form that allows their child to be seen by themselves so that parents do not need to leave work. Parents will be informed of visits and outcomes except when students have independently consented to legally protected confidential care. In general, students may only be seen with parental consent. However, Washington law permits minors to independently consent for some services (i.e. emergency medical services, outpatient mental health and substance use treatment, etc.).

SBHCs also benefit students and schools. Research demonstrates that students who use SBHC services may see improvements with attendance and grade point averages. Schools benefit because students are likely to spend more time in the classroom.

How do students and families sign up for services?
Registration for the SBHC is open throughout the year. Services are available during the school year, may be available during school and summer breaks, and are available year-round at all PCHS clinic locations. Appointments may be requested by walking in before and after school, as well as by following school-established processes during school hours.

With youth-focused health education and services available at school, more students are likely to stay healthy, feel supported, be in class ready to learn, and graduate.
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School Based Health Center | Mountain View Middle School

2442 Perry Ave
Bremerton, WA 98310
Phone: 360-377-3776

Monday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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Jorge Zapata, MD

Jorge Zapata MD

I’ve been practicing in this community for many years – this is my home.  It has been good to me and my family.  I want to give back and am proud to serve this community.

Extensive surgical experience
Advance Laparoscopic surgery, laser surgery
Infertility
Obstetrical care

School Based Health Center | North Mason School District

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360-377-3776

PCHS has partnered with North Mason School District to bring a school based health center (SBHC) on their consolidated campus that is available to all students within the district, regardless of which school students attend. Students’ family members and school district staff can also be seen at the SBHC.

What is a school based health center (SBHC)?
A SBHC is a full-service primary care and behavioral health clinic that is located on a school campus. SBHCs provide a crucial link between health and education, improving outcomes for students in both areas. Some children and families may not have easy access to medical or behavioral health care due to challenges presented by transportation, time, lack of insurance or financial resources, or limited knowledge of health care needs. Embedding SBHCs into schools improves access for students and families.

What services do SBHCs offer?
The SBHC will offer health care services similar to those received at any provider’s office, including referrals to specialists. Services may include but are not limited to the following:
• Care for acute health conditions and injuries such as ear infections, sprained ankles, etc.
• Care for common health conditions such as asthma and diabetes
• Preventive care such as well child exams and sports physicals
• Tobacco and drug use prevention and treatment
• Behavioral health care in the form of treatment, counseling, or referrals for depression/anxiety, bullying, family conflict, or peer pressure

What are the benefits of SBHC?
SBHCs offer maximum flexibility for parents and choices about their child’s care: Parents may come onsite to be seen with their child, may attend the visit virtually or by phone, or may sign a consent form that allows their child to be seen by themselves so that parents do not need to leave work. Parents will be informed of visits and outcomes except when students have independently consented to legally protected confidential care. In general, students may only be seen with parental consent. However, Washington law permits minors to independently consent for some services (i.e. emergency medical services, outpatient mental health and substance use treatment, etc.).

SBHCs also benefit students and schools. Research demonstrates that students who use SBHC services may see improvements with attendance and grade point averages. Schools benefit because students are likely to spend more time in the classroom.

How do students and families sign up for services?
Registration for the SBHC is open throughout the year. Services are available during the school year, may be available during school and summer breaks, and are available year-round at all PCHS clinic locations. Appointments may be requested by walking in before and after school, as well as by following school-established processes during school hours.

With youth-focused health education and services available at school, more students are likely to stay healthy, feel supported, be in class ready to learn, and graduate.
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School Based Health Center | North Mason School District

300 E. Campus Drive
Room: North Mason Community Gym,
Belfair, WA 98528
United States (US)
Phone: 360-377-3776

Monday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday7:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Thursday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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Leah Boyd, PA-C

Leah Talley PAC

I grew up in the Midwest, but fell in love with the Pacific Northwest.  I am proud to call it my new home and look forward to providing for my community.  When I am not working I love to spend my time outdoors hiking and exercising with my husband and our fur-baby, Belle. I also love to travel and enjoy trying new things!

Adam Boyd, PA-C

Adam Boyd PAC

Born and raised in Kitsap County. Travelled the world and lived in many places, but the Pacific Northwest is always home.  I enjoy spending time with family, hiking, and camping with my wife and our dog, exercising and spending time at the lakes, rivers and oceans in the northwest.  I look forward to providing care in the community that I was raised in and advocating for my patients and their individual needs.

Franklin Street Clinic

Franklin Clinic
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360-377-3776

The PCHS Franklin Street clinic is co-located with Consejo Counseling and Referral Services. PCHS and Consejo have partnered to provide downtown Shelton with integrated health care for primary and behavioral health care. The one-provider medical clinic has two examination rooms within the behavioral health center.

After-hours care options include the 24/7 toll-free nurse advice line at 1-866-418-2920. On-call providers can be reached through our main clinic phone number at 360-377-3776. For emergencies, proceed to the local urgent care, the emergency room, or contact 9-1-1 as appropriate.

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Franklin Street Clinic

627 W. Franklin Street
Shelton, WA 98584
United States (US)
Phone: 360-377-3776
Fax: 360-874-5595

Monday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed



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Mobile Medical Clinic

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360-377-3776

Our Medical Mobile Clinic puts our medical services on wheels and extends access to our patients with transportation or other access issues. The mobile clinic has the latest in medical equipment and technical support and has wheelchair access. Walk-ins are welcome; appointments are encouraged. Appointments can be scheduled through our Patient Service Center at 360-377-3776.

The PCHS Mobile Team remains dedicated to our mission of improving access to high quality care.   In 2020, we cared for those displaced by the COVID-19 situation and provided centralized and outreach COVID testing.   In 2021, we continue to support those with barriers to care.  We’ve done COVID testing in a wide range of settings, and have facilitated both small and large-scale vaccination events.   

We look forward to reconnecting with our hosts that have been closed and are excited for the new community partnerships formed during the pandemic response.

We will not be having structured schedules until things start opening up and folks can congregate again.   We continue to do our best to facilitate care for those in need.  If you (or your organization) have a barrier you think we might be able to help with, please email marketing@pchsweb.org but DO NOT INCLUDE patient-specific information.

Extended Hours Clinics are available at the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic and the Sixth Street Medical Clinic. Both are available to all established PCHS patients. Patients can receive care for minor illnesses during after-business hours. Saturday hours are available at the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic. The Extended Hours Clinics are closed for major holidays. 

Mobile Medical Clinic Schedule

Mobile staff are available 8a-5p as-needed during COVID-19 and are often in the community engaged in special outreach activities.

Click here for our most up to date mobile schedule!

Adriana Taseva, MD

Adriana Taseva MD

My focus is on preventive medicine.

The water and the mountains brought me to the Pacific Northwest.

Kristen Sylvester, ARNP

Kristen Sylvester ARNP

I believe in establishing trusting relationships with my patients and families so that we can work together to maintain wellness, prevent disease or manage chronic conditions.

Kitsap County has been my home since the mid 1990’s, having come here as the spouse of an active duty Navy member. My two teen-aged boys were born here; this is home, this is my community.

I love to hike in the Olympics, take road-trips with family, work in my yard and garden, snowboard, kayak, and paddleboard; most of all I love to make memories and share experiences with all the special people in my life.

 

Linda Warren, MD

Linda Warren, MD

I am a primary care pediatrician with 20 years experience practicing in Kitsap County. I enjoy working with children of all ages and helping families raise healthy, resilient children. Recently I spent a year teaching Pediatrics in Uganda with the Peace Corps. My husband and I have three young adult children.   I enjoy hiking, traveling, and reading.

Michael Grennan, PA-C

Mike joined the PCHS team in 2017, after retiring in August as Master Chief Hospital Corpsman. During his military career, Mike earned several awards, including the Bronze Star, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, and Campaign Medals for both Iraq and Afghanistan.

PCHS is a great match for his desire to help people and work directly with our local community. Mike is well -traveled, having been as far as the Middle East, but his heart lies here in the Pacific Northwest and spending time outdoors with his family and pets.

Kingston Medical Clinic

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360-377-3776

The Kingston Medical Clinic offers medical services in a location just a few blocks from the Kingston ferry terminal and less than 15 minutes from our full-service medical Poulsbo clinic. The clinic has four exam rooms, including a procedure room. The Kingston Medical Clinic is open Monday through Thursday from 8:00am to 5:00pm and on Friday from 8:00am to 12:00pm. To learn more about our Kingston team of medical providers, please see the list below.

Extended Hours Clinics are available at the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic and the Sixth Street Medical Clinic. Both are available to all established PCHS patients. Patients can receive care for minor illnesses during after-business hours. Saturday hours are available at the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic. The Extended Hours Clinics are closed for major holidays.

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Kingston Medical Clinic

25989 Barber Cut Off Road
Kingston, WA 98346
Phone: 360-377-3776
Fax: 360-874-5595

Monday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed



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Belfair Medical Clinic

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360-377-3776

The Belfair Clinic is conveniently located in McLendon’s Square, off Highway 300. The integrated clinic features medical, behavioral health, and dental services in one setting on the second floor. PCHS patients can fill their medication prescriptions at our pharmacy on the ground floor just below. All patients check in through a central receptionist area. The medical side of the clinic contains seven examination rooms and one minor procedure room. The dental clinic has five open examination rooms and two private rooms.

Extended Hours Clinics are available at both the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic and the Sixth Street Medical Clinic. Established PCHS patients can receive care for minor illnesses at both clinics. Saturday hours are available at the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic.

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Belfair Medical Clinic

31 NE State Route 300
Suite 200,
Belfair, WA 98528
Phone: 360-377-3776
Fax: 360-874-5595

Monday7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
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Margaret Lowe, ARNP

Margaret Lowe, FNP, MN, MSN, ARNP

Healthcare philosophy is centered around the whole being-emotional, physical, nutritional, and overall wellbeing. Special interests include women’s health, LBGTQ health, asthma, and COPD. Maggie has lived in Seattle, Portland and Anchorage, Alaska in the Pacific Northwest and considers herself a permanent official transplant from the East Coast. Maggie enjoys cooking, flower gardening, and furniture restoration.

Lauren Menard, ARNP

Lauren Menard MSN, ARNP, FNP-BC

Lauren joined the PCHS team in 2016 after serving our country as a flight nurse. Working with underserved populations in a community health center is important to Lauren as she enjoys being able to be a part of and give back to her community.  When she’s not serving our country in the Washington Air National Guard, she’s enjoying all the outdoor benefits the Pacific Northwest has to offer.

Kristoffer Valenzuela, MD

Kristoffer Valenzuela MD

Linsey Branson, ARNP

My family and I moved to Bremerton in 2016 after living in Tampa Florida for 6.5 years.  I immediately fell in love with the beauty that the Pacific Northwest offers and have enjoyed exploring the area with my family.

My healthcare philosophy is patient-centered.  My job is to help patients feel their best by obtaining and maintaining their best health by listening to patient input and concerns and then recommending evidence-based changes based on the problem at hand as well as the specific wants and needs of each patient. Ultimately I believe that preventive medicine is the best, but understand that problems arise.

In my free time I love to read, explore new places locally as well as far away, and cooking new recipes.  I love the ocean and could spend all day next to it.  Especially with my family and a good book!

 

Almira Medical Clinic | KMHS

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360-377-3776

 

The PCHS Almira Clinic offers medical and dental services and is unique among the PCHS clinics due to its collaborative location on the campus of Kitsap Mental Health Services (KMHS). The medical clinic is open Monday through Friday has two examination rooms. The dental clinic is open Monday through Friday and has three open examination rooms and one private room. Patients are seen by a PCHS provider. See below for information about the provider.

Extended Hours Clinics are available at the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic and the Sixth Street Medical Clinic. Both are available to all established PCHS patients. Patients can receive care for minor illnesses during after-business hours. Saturday hours are available at the Wheaton Way Medical Clinic. The Extended Hours Clinics are closed for major holidays.

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Almira Medical Clinic | KMHS

5455 Almira Drive NE
Bremerton, WA 98311
United States (US)
Phone: 360-377-3776
Fax: 360-874-5595

Monday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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Rachel E. Anderson, MD

Rachel Anderson MD

I believe that having a healthy childhood brings a lifetime of benefits and I enjoy helping families achieve and maintain health.

Donnaville Ortiz, MD

Donnaville Ortiz MD

Anthony Lyon-Loftus, PA-C, Associate Medical Director

Anthony LyonLoftus PAC

Born in Arizona, Grew up in Pennsylvania, Moved to Washington to explore the outdoors.

Clement Le, MD

Clement Le MD

Cynthia Greenlee, ARNP, Associate Medical Director

Cyndi Greenlee, ARNP

I like working with people as a team, providing information to help people take the best care of themselves.

Camping and hiking are a couple of things I like to do on my off days.