Skagit Regional Health - Station Square

About the Project

Station Square RenderingSkagit Regional Health is opening a clinic in a new development at the entrance to downtown Mount Vernon that will be called Skagit Regional Health – Station Square.

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The 30,000-square-foot, three-story clinic will include Urgent Care, Primary Care, X-ray and a lab.

“Station Square is a visible location that will provide patients with easy access and ample parking. The proximity to I-5 is excellent for Urgent Care, which will be open seven days a week,” said Chief Executive Officer Brian Ivie. “We are also looking forward to being part of the vibrant downtown of Mount Vernon.”

The new facility will help address the need for medical office space, which is in short supply.

Station Square Progress“Skagit Regional Health is working hard to recruit Primary Care providers to address the continuing need in the communities we serve,” Ivie said. “Skagit Regional Health has been highly successful in recruiting providers and the system simply needs more clinic space to align with our growth as a system. This clinic will offer much-needed, state-of-the-art space with a focus on Primary Care.”

The clinic also will be the start of a new care model.

“This will be Skagit Regional Health’s first deployment of a patient-centered medical home concept in Primary Care with a behavioral health provider embedded within the clinic,” Ivie said. “We are looking forward to using this model for the benefit of the patients we serve.”