June 9, 2016 -
SEQUIM – Olympic Medical Physicians continues to recruit new physicians and advanced practice clinicians to help fill the need for primary care in the community.
Terri Oskin, MD – Olympic Medical Physicians Primary Care Clinic - Sequim
Terri Oskin, MD, officially joined the Sequim OMP Primary Care Clinic in April, after working several months as a locum tenens ("temporary” physician). "Dr. Oskin enjoyed working in Sequim and we are happy she chose to join Olympic Medical Physicians,” says Bill Kintner, MD, medical director, primary care.
Board eligible in internal medicine, Dr. Oskin obtained her Doctor of Medicine from the University of Louisville School of Medicine. She completed her internal medicine residency at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane.
Dr. Oskin most recently hails from Eastern Washington, and spent 13 years in private practice at Northside Internal Medicine in Spokane.
Emily April, ARNP, transferred from the OMP Specialty Clinic in Sequim to the OMP Primary Care Clinic this month. Brandi Ann Harris, ARNP, is also providing care at the OMP Primary Care Clinic – Cherry Street in addition to continuing to serve patients at the Walk-in Clinic in Sequim.
Additional Providers Coming Soon!
Geriatric specialist Lindsay Hoffman, MD, is joining the OMP Primary Care Clinic later this summer and David Lewis, DO, will follow in the fall. Angela Cecil, physician assistant, and Elizabeth Olinger, family nurse practitioner, are starting at the OMP Walk-In Clinic in Sequim this summer.
Continued Recruitment Effort for the Primary Care Clinics
Olympic Medical Physicians continues to heavily recruit primary care physicians and advanced practice clinicians. As of late May, the OMP Primary Care Clinic has 11 physicians and 10 advanced practice clinicians throughout Port Angeles and Sequim (these numbers do not include OMP Walk-in Clinic providers).
Olympic Medical Center (Clallam County Public Hospital District No. 2) is a comprehensive, award-winning health care provider for more than 70,000 residents of Clallam County. It has served the community since its establishment on Nov. 1, 1951, and is governed by a seven-member, publicly elected board. Olympic Medical is a sole community hospital and rural referral center, and a charter member of both the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (2003) and the Swedish Health Network (2011). Olympic Medical provides inpatient services at its 67-bed acute-care facility in Port Angeles, including a level-three trauma designated emergency department, surgical services, and labor and delivery. OMC’s outpatient services include cardiac, imaging, physical therapy and rehabilitation, laboratory, sleep medicine, surgical services, home health, physician clinics and comprehensive regional cancer care at locations in Port Angeles and Sequim.