Pacific Medical Opens Lacey Clinic

As part of its effort to better serve patients along the Interstate 5 corridor, Pacific Medical Centers, or PacMed, has opened a new clinic in Lacey. In a partnership with Providence Medical Group, the Lacey clinic is located in more than 30,000 square feet of renovated space. It is the 11th facility for PacMed in the Puget Sound region and the 11th primary care facility for Providence in southwest Washington.

The new clinic offers the following services:

  • Immediate care (open 8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekends)
  • Primary care (including pediatrics and OB/GYN services)
  • Laboratory and diagnostic imaging
  • Diabetes and nutrition services
  • Physical therapy
  • Palliative care

The new Lacey clinic also provides greater access to health care for the 9,500 active-duty and retired military families living in Thurston County, through the U.S. Family Health Plan. As the only provider of USFHP on the West Coast, PacMed offers the region’s active-duty family members and retired military personnel with a civilian option to health care at no added cost, improving both access to health care and the overall quality experience.

The headshealth-beauty of both PacMed and Providence spoke highly of the partnership between their two health care organizations. Medrice Coluccio, regional chief executive of Providence Southwest Washington, noted the value of expanding its primary care base to “help build healthier communities, together.”

Likewise, PacMed CEO Linda Marzano had this to say: “We are excited to join Providence to increase access to exceptional care in the Lacey ommunity. Through our proven model of care, we create excellent outcomes for patients to support them in living their best and healthiest lives. This is something both our organizations value and see as our duty to the communities we serve.”

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