The Everett Herald reports on the continued growth of The Everett Clinic outside of Snohomish County.
The Everett Clinic is continuing its push to expand, opening a new clinic in Woodinville. It’s the clinic’s third site outside Snohomish County.
Two other health care organizations also have opened local clinics recently — one in Mill Creek and one in Lake Stevens.
The Everett Clinic has been growing since it merged last year with Denver-based DaVita Healthcare, a publicly traded corporation that operates 2,000 outpatient kidney dialysis centers nationally.
The clinic opened its first site outside the county with a 40,000-square-foot clinic in Shoreline in September. It’s also opened smaller clinics in Mill Creek and Edmonds. The clinic also reached a deal to purchase Totem Lake Family Medicine in Kirkland, a family practice clinic.
On Monday, The Everett Clinic opened a 5,340-square-foot clinic at 17000 140th Ave. NE, Suite 101, in Woodinville. The Woodinville clinic offers family medicine and laboratory services as well as specialties including dermatology, allergy, asthma and immunology, behavioral health and child psychiatry.
The Woodinville clinic will employ six physicians, one licensed clinical social worker and 10 additional staff employees. The leased building is modeled after The Everett Clinic’s Smokey Point Medical Center, which has earned honors for patient-centered health care design.
The Everett Clinic plans to open a fourth site in King County in Bothell this December.
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