MultiCare East Pierce Family Medicine provides health care services for every generation. We provide preventative care, treat acute or chronic problems, perform complex procedures and provide care for pregnant women, newborns, children, and adults.
We provide primary care for most common health problems as well as perform basic office procedures. For problems where surgery or specialty care is needed, our referral staff will assist you in finding the right level of care and service you require. In addition, we provide hospital care for common illnesses at MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital, and consult with specialists where surgery or complex care is needed.
MultiCare East Pierce Family Medicine provides you with a personal physician or nurse practitioner who becomes a specialist in your health. Our family physicians also serve as faculty because they are dedicated to training future doctors and to finding better ways to deliver health care services.
If you are unsure which family care clinic is the one for you please visit When To Go To A Primary Care Provider, Urgent Care Or Emergency Department to learn more. If you would like more information on one of MultiCare’s Family Care Clinics, please contact us at 800-342-9919.
East Pierce Family Medicine is building a Residency Training Program, where resident physicians who have completed their medical degrees will be trained in up-to-date, evidence-based family medicine. After completing their medical degrees, new doctors choose a medical specialty, and a residency program provides additional training within a chosen specialty.
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MultiCare clinics have flu shots available to help protect you from flu this season.
Note that the CDC has once again said the nasal spray flu vaccine should not be used for the 2017-2018 flu season.
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