BRINNON: Medical, dental clinic proposed in motel


BRINNON — Southern Jefferson County residents could have better access to local healthcare if a plan to add a medical clinic to the Bayshore Motel comes to fruition.

Plans submitted last month to the Jefferson County Department of Community Development call for adding a clinic with two examination rooms and a reception area to the motel.

The space could then be used by doctors and dentists to provide patient care in the area.

Olympic Community Action Programs Deputy Director Tim Hockett said the clinic could provide space for medical and dental treatment for low-income individuals or those with no insurance in an area that has traditionally been underserved.

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