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PeaceHealth to open new medical clinic in Orchards

Facility to open March 4; open house set

By Chrissy Booker, Columbian staff writer
Published: February 26, 2024, 5:56pm

PeaceHealth announced Monday it will open a new clinic, which will offer family services and primary care.

The new PeaceHealth Orchards Clinic at 9330 N.E. Vancouver Mall Drive, Suite 100, will open March 4.

PeaceHealth will host an open house from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday for all members of the community.

“We are pleased to open a primary care clinic at this location, as we know there is a growing need for primary care services in the Orchards area,” Chief Medical Officer Leon McCook said in a news release. “Our care team is excited about the unique design aimed at improving the efficiency of how we deliver care while also improving how patients experience receiving care.”

If You Go

What: PeaceHealth Orchards Clinic open house.

When: 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Where: 9330 N.E. Vancouver Mall Drive, Suite 100.

Information: www.peacehealth.org/orchards.

The clinic was designed for greater collaboration of the care team, and patients will have the ability to electronically check in and access X-ray services on site, according to the news release.

The Orchards clinic’s hours of operation will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Same-day appointments and online scheduling will be available for current PeaceHealth patients. Later this summer, the clinic plans to add PrimaryCarePlus+ services with extended hours for both PeaceHealth and non-PeaceHealth patients.

The new clinic is among several recent changes for PeaceHealth in Vancouver.

In April 2022, PeaceHealth proposed a four-story ambulatory care center to be built in east Vancouver, according to pre-planning documents. The 176,000-square-foot building would offer outpatient services and include space for imaging, urgent care and speciality clinics. PeaceHealth has not provided an update on the progress of that proposed project.

In December, PeaceHealth announced the closure of its Lacamas clinic at 3240 N.E. Third Ave. in Camas. PeaceHealth also recently ended urgent care services at Memorial Health Center on Main Street in Vancouver.

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