Nonprofit opening fourth Everett clinic after high demand
EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — A new $8 million clinic opening in Everett is looking to serve 8,000 patients in its first year.
The Daily Herald reports the nonprofit Community Health Center of Snohomish County’s is opening its new Everett Central clinic on Jan. 22.
The clinic will target low-income and uninsured patients, but will welcome all patients.
It will have a walk-in clinic with X-ray equipment and provide urgent care services.
The clinic will charge for medical services on a sliding fee scale based on income.
It’s the nonprofit fourth medical clinic in the city.
The organization’s CEO Bob Farrell says they decided to open another office in Everett because of high patient demand.
The nonprofit also has clinics in Arlington, Edmonds and Lynnwood.
Information from: The Daily Herald, http://www.heraldnet.com