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Skagit Regional Health to expand services at Smokey Point clinic

Oct 14, 2020, 16:01 PM
Skagit Regional Health will expand services at Skagit Regional Clinics - Smokey Point.
Exterior of Skagit Regional Clinics - Smokey Point

On November 1, Skagit Regional Health will expand services at the Smokey Point clinic previously shared with UW Neighborhood Clinic. The 40,000-square foot building is located at 3823 172nd Street NE in Arlington and features primary care, urgent care, a variety of specialties, imaging and cancer care.

The facility opened in 2011 and since January 2016 has been a partnership between UW Neighborhood Clinics and Skagit Regional Health. Leaders with both organizations believe that patients will be well served by having local management of the entire clinic.

For the past five years, Skagit Regional Health has provided urgent care, cancer care and specialty services. The organization will now expand to primary care in this conveniently located, modern facility. Ashleigh Adkins, ARNP currently provides primary care at Smokey Point and will remain there, joining Skagit Regional Health on November 1. In addition, David Escobar, DO will transition to Smokey Point three days per week and will retain one day each week at Skagit Regional Clinics - Stanwood.

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Skagit Regional Health to expand services at Smokey Point clinic

Oct 14, 2020, 16:01 PM
Skagit Regional Health will expand services at Skagit Regional Clinics - Smokey Point.
Exterior of Skagit Regional Clinics - Smokey Point

On November 1, Skagit Regional Health will expand services at the Smokey Point clinic previously shared with UW Neighborhood Clinic. The 40,000-square foot building is located at 3823 172nd Street NE in Arlington and features primary care, urgent care, a variety of specialties, imaging and cancer care.

The facility opened in 2011 and since January 2016 has been a partnership between UW Neighborhood Clinics and Skagit Regional Health. Leaders with both organizations believe that patients will be well served by having local management of the entire clinic.

For the past five years, Skagit Regional Health has provided urgent care, cancer care and specialty services. The organization will now expand to primary care in this conveniently located, modern facility. Ashleigh Adkins, ARNP currently provides primary care at Smokey Point and will remain there, joining Skagit Regional Health on November 1. In addition, David Escobar, DO will transition to Smokey Point three days per week and will retain one day each week at Skagit Regional Clinics - Stanwood.