• 24/7 Nurse Advice Hotline:866-418-2920
  • Fax:360-874-5595
  • Interpreter Assistance:360-377-3776
  • TTY & Hearing/Speech Disabled:711

Extended hours line

360-475-3729

Mon-Fri: 4:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Sat: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Mobile Dental Clinic

Schedule an Appointment
360-377-3776

Our Medical Dental Clinic puts our traditional services on wheels to extend services to our patients with transportation or other access issues. The Mobile Dental clinic has top-of-the-line dental equipment (including Xray technology and electronic records) and is wheelchair accessible.

Appointments are encouraged and we help walk-ins whenever possible.
You can schedule through our Patient Service Center at 360-377-3776.

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Bremerton Ambulatory Team (BAT)

Mission

The Bremerton Ambulatory Team seeks to help those who need more support. They work together with you to optimize your mental and physical health.

 

The Team

This multi-disciplinary team consists of a Community Health Worker, Mental Health Counselor, Substance Use Disorder Professional, and a Primary Care Provider. In collaboration with the Bremerton Fire Department and other community partners, BAT offers proactive services tailored to one’s individual needs.

 

Purpose

The Bremerton Ambulatory Team works with patients to develop a plan for more sustainable long-term solutions. BAT can help bridge you to that comprehensive care from the comfort of your home.

 

Mobile BAT Schedule

Services provided Monday – Friday during normal business hours. Specific time decided on case by case basis.

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Paige Burnham, LMHC

Paige Burnham, LMHC

I believe in empathy and non-judgment in working collaboratively towards client goals. I am originally from Washington and have just returned from living in Montana for five years. I enjoy reading, weightlifting and spending time with family. Paige joined the PCHS team in 2018.

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.