BUSINESS BRIEFS: Operations at clinics in PT are changing; Heating company opens in Sequim

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PORT TOWNSEND — Jefferson Healthcare has announced the consolidation of clinic operations of the Madrona and Walk-In and Internal Medicine clinics.

Dr. Stephen Erickson and his medical team will be moving to the Walk-In and Internal Medicine Clinic, located at 934 Sheridan St., and will begin seeing patients Aug. 29.

The clinic is located across the street from the Madrona Clinic. The move is the result of long-range planning for the expanding primary care services and continuous improvement of patient care at Jefferson Healthcare.

The Walk-In and Internal Medicine

Clinic has larger exam rooms and a waiting area and more parking to support Erickson and his patients.

Erickson provides primary care, family medicine and obstetric care.

He is accepting new patients.

Gretchen Wambach, PA-C, has transferred to the Orthopedic Clinic to support Dr. John Osland, orthopedic surgeon.

Osland started seeing patients July 18.

The Surgical Associates team, led by Dr. Jay Lawrence, has grown over the past year to include Dr. Gene Robinson and in September will welcome Dr. Jackie Osland.

The other members of the surgical team include Drs. Donald George and Harold Bohman.

Heating co. opens

SEQUIM — Richard Hibbard has opened Knight Heating & Cooling at 3251 Woodcock Road.

The business specializes in heating, cooling and refrigeration.

It offers 24-hour service.

Phone 360-797-4505 for more information.

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