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Urgent Care clinic marks 5 years at Federal Way Crossings

From left to right: Emory Lunsford, Interim Manager of Clinics; Darcy Simioniw, X-Ray Tech; Dwayne Flemming, LPN; Scott Fox, DO, physician; Kelly Wolverton, Registration; Robert Dickens, Chief Operating Officer; Larry Coomes, CEO; Mason Hudson, Human Resource Director; Brett Thomas, Marketing. - Courtesy photo
From left to right: Emory Lunsford, Interim Manager of Clinics; Darcy Simioniw, X-Ray Tech; Dwayne Flemming, LPN; Scott Fox, DO, physician; Kelly Wolverton, Registration; Robert Dickens, Chief Operating Officer; Larry Coomes, CEO; Mason Hudson, Human Resource Director; Brett Thomas, Marketing.
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From staff reports:

Auburn Regional Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine physicians and staff recently celebrated five years of service at their Federal Way Crossings location where they have treated more than 40,000 patients.

The clinic — tucked next to BECU and Jamba Juice — serves patients on a walk-in basis, without an appointment, six days a week.

“Because we are an urgent care, we see patients who need help right away, but who are not so sick or injured that they have to go to a hospital emergency room,” said Dr. Scott Fox, DO, one of the physicians, in a news release.

The urgent care physicians have emergency room experience. The 4,000 square-foot facility is equipped with digital X-ray and a casting and procedure room. They care for patients with everything ranging from fevers and flu to minor burns, fractures and cuts. The facility also provides sports physicals, and occupational health services such as drug testing, physical exams, and treating on-the-job injuries.

The clinic is located at 1413 S. 348th St., L-104, in the Federal Way Crossings (at Pacific Highway South and South 348th Street). Contact: (253) 874-2000.

 

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