The Everett Clinic, part of Optum, is proud to welcome Summit View Clinic in Puyallup. With 11 clinicians, this clinic has been providing high-quality, patient-centered care to Puyallup and the surrounding communities since the 1970s.
It’s the first time The Everett Clinic has a presence in Pierce County, expanding beyond Snohomish, King and Skagit counties. The Everett Clinic operates 31 care sites throughout the Puget Sound, caring for more than 342,000 patients and employing about 2,700 teammates, including more than 600 specialty and primary care providers.
“We believe that Summit View Clinic is an exceptional fit with The Everett Clinic’s culture and values, and we are delighted to partner with them on growing population health and integrated care across the communities we serve.” said Lloyd David, Western Washington Group President of Optum Pacific Northwest. “We are impressed by their excellent reputation, commitment to serving vulnerable patients, and innovative approaches to care.”
The move adds 11 new clinicians to The Everett Clinic’s network of providers, as well as 46 staff members. The Everett Clinic is proud to welcome clinicians Holli Banister, MD; Tracy Brady, MD; C. Kevin Bulley, MD; John Dinh, MD; Stephen Egge, MD; D. Brent McCaleb, MD; Annalyse Quinetero, MD; Courtney Albert, ARNP; Lex Barker, PA-C; Calvin Clarke, ARNP; and Krissa Orlowski, PA-C.
The practice has a strong focus on caring for a diverse population of patients, from pediatric to seniors, and have a superior reputation for providing thoughtful care to patients in every interaction. In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the practice quickly adapted to virtual visits and continues in its mission to deliver both preventive and urgent care, as well as annual wellness visits, during this challenging time.