Everett Family Medicine offers two locations, one belief: Supportive, Compassionate Care
We believe patients deserve to be treated with more than respect. They deserve to be treated like family. That’s why our primary care and multi-specialty group really listen and then work with a patient to determine the best plan for their care. Both our north and south Everett locations have the team and resources to help patients feel understood. And never overwhelmed.
TeleHealth is now an option! When possible we are encouraging our patients to sign up for e-visits! Learn more.
If you need help coping during this challenging time, please know that we also offer psychotherapy and neuropsychology appointments via telehealth through our Psychology Care Center. Learn more here.
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We support our patients having access to their health information through the Patient Portal. Beyond the Patient Portal, we can enable certain mobile apps that meet requisite technical specification and security requirements to provide you access to your health information in a safe and secure way. Currently no mobile apps have been configured to connect to our system.
Our website, www.wwmedgroup.com, will be updated if any additional apps become available for you to use to access your health information. Please contact our office if you have any questions.
Your care is always personal, individual, and professional. It’s important to us that your concerns and questions are addressed, so our family medicine providers take great care to listen well and answer all your questions.
- Offering Same-Day Appointments
- Part of a Multi-Specialty Network
Everett Family Medicine Services:
- Adult Medicine
- Allergy and Asthma
- Child and Adolescent Care
- Heart Disease
- Labor and Industry
- Laceration Repair
- Minor Surgery
- Mole Removal
- Pediatric and Newborn Care
- Physical Exams
- Preventive Healthcare and Lifestyle Evaluation
- School and Sports Exams
- Sports Medicine
- Vision Testing
- Women’s Health Care
“My passion for caring for others brought me into the medical field as a nurse. I chose to become a family medicine nurse practitioner to develop relationships and provide care for people throughout all their stages of life. I want to work together with patients to improve their health and the health of their families.”