Olympic Medical Center opens new clinic

PORT ANGELES — Olympic Medical Center will open a new drive-through for COVID-19 testing and vaccination Monday.

The OMC Front Street Clinic at 901 E. Front St., in Port Angeles will serve as a new location for these services, replacing the COVID-19 Drive Through Testing Site on Caroline Street east of the hospital.

It will provide pre-procedural testing and COVID-19 Pfizer vaccinations inside the clinic by appointment only, while unscheduled testing is available through the drive-through lanes from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

To schedule vaccinations, call 360-565-0999.

Those needing pre-procedural COVID-19 testing will be notified and scheduled.

“When our community needed COVID testing services, opening the drive-through was the needed response at the time,” said Darryl Wolfe, chief executive officer.

“We anticipate the need to continue fighting the COVID-19 virus in the coming months, and the need for a more permanent site was prudent,” he continued.

“We are a partner in helping our community members protect themselves against COVID-19 during the pandemic, and this new clinic helps us more efficiently do so.”

The site of the clinic was formerly a Wells Fargo Bank office.

For more information, see olympicmedical.org/covid-19-services or call 360-565-0999.

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