808 North 5th Ave | Sequim, WA 98382
Phone : 360-683-5900
Fax : 360-582-4800
Clinic Hours : Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Olympic Medical Center Lab Hours : (Located in the Jamestown Health Clinic) Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. No Lab services on weekends.
The Tribe operates the Jamestown Family Health Clinic in the City of Sequim to provide primary health care services to Tribal citizens and non tribal community members seeking quality care.
Community members may contact Jamestown Family Health Clinic at 360-683-5900. Tribal citizens are the priority population for services and are encouraged to receive services through the Clinic. Tribal citizens who need assistance accessing clinic services may contact Morgan Snell at 360-582-4872 or Billie Adams at 360-582-4858.
Our clinic is organized to offer a team based approach; providing comprehensive, high quality health care for you and your family. YOU are the most important member of the health care team and caring for YOU is the most important job of that team. Our physicians, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, nursing staff and patient care coordinators are all part of your health care team. They will help you get healthy, and stay healthy; care for you when you are sick and ensure you get the care and services that are right for you. Our clinic welcomes newborns, toddlers, adolescents, and adults of all ages. Each of our medical providers has a unique area of interest and expertise. As a group we provide the following services:
The Jamestown Family Health Clinic (JFHC) and the Olympic Medical Center (OMC) have been able to form a partnership to benefit the patients as well as both facilities.
OMC runs their own Laboratory and X-Ray services within JFHC. This saves patients time and energy, as opposed to going to one of OMC’s specific locations.
In August 2014, The Jamestown Family Health Clinic transitioned to a single database, enterprise-wide electronic health record (EHR) system known as EPIC. With our clinic wide implementation now complete, EPIC allows for one chart to follow patients throughout the multiple areas in which they receive care. This includes: Olympic Medical Center, Providence community connect sites such as Swedish; Cherry Hill. EPIC enables JFHC to deliver comprehensive and coordinated care for patients across all care settings by making patient health information available to providers in real time, giving them instant access to a patient’s medical history. Patients can view their health record, communicate with their care teams and review lab results through an online patient portal known as MyChart, giving them greater participation in their care.
For more information on MyChart follow this link:
Allen (Jay) Berry, MD
Michael Crim, MD
Lisa Wu, MD
David Rodgers, MD
Timothy Guthrie, MD
Allison Unthank, MD
Michael Anderson , PA-C
Sherry Churchill, ARNP
Meghan Evans, PA-C
Candace Byers, PA-C
Diane Root-Racine, ARNP
Kathy Shannon, ARNP
Pamela Payne, ARNP
Bonnie Plocher, ARNP
Risa Denenberg, ARNP
Larri Ann Mishko, DO
Tracy Young, ARNP
Molly Martin, DNP, ARNP
Carole Kalahar, ARNP – Women’s Health
Thomas Rambow, PA-C – Chronic Pain
Dean Short, PA-C Orthopedic
Kitty Dissing, CDE – Diabetes Education
Terry Fouts, Clinical Social Worker
Lloyd Hannemann, LMHC
Carole Kalahar, ARNP
Larri Ann Mishko, DO
Michael Anderson, PA-C
The Health Clinic is not a direct funded clinic through the Indian Health Services and, therefore cannot provide free services. Jamestown Tribal citizens must sign up for services through the MCP before receiving services through the Health Clinic.