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Madigan to open community clinic in Puyallup

Post by Adam Ashton / The News Tribune on April 22, 2011 at 4:08 pm with 3 Comments »
April 22, 2011 4:10 pm

Madigan Army Medical Center on Monday is opening a community clinic in Puyallup, aiming to free up capacity in its main hospital while providing more services for military families living off Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

The Army plans to open a second community clinic in Olympia this fall. Each would be able to care for more than 8,000 soldiers and military family members.

“These clinics allow us to provide quality health care closer to where patients live,” said Col. Dallas Homas, Madigan Healthcare System commander.  “We’re excited to be able to expand the quality health care our families currently receive at Madigan to these nearby clinics.”

The clinic is at 10507 156th St. East, Suite 112 in Puyallup Sunrise Village Center.

Leave a comment Comments → 3
  1. SMART MOVE!!!!!!!!!

  2. lindsayburge says:

    Yeap. In fact, did you know that Currently, many insurance companies do not allow adult children to remain on their parents’ plan once they reach 19. Companies cannot do that any more. Search onilne for “Penny Health Insurance” and you can insure your kids if you are in the same boat.


    Somebody has an intrest is renting out that building because it makes no sense for the military. There will be a need for extra office staff that they already have at the clinics at Madigan.

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