Comprehensive Primary and Walk-in Medical Care
Community is the focus of the providers and staff here at Snohomish Family Medicine. We’re driven to provide patients with the highest quality, collaborative medical care available. Innovative programs like our physician sabbatical program to serve the underserved beyond our area are trademarks of our team’s friendly “from the heart” approach and desire to continuously help others. Choose from scheduled or walk-in appointments.
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.
- Adult Medicine – Chronic Care, Diabetes, Hypertension, Heart & Vascular Disease, Cholesterol Management
- Allergy & Asthma
- Dermatology – Moles, Rashes, Skin Growths
- DOT Physicals
- EKG/Cardiac Testing
- Headaches — Migraines, Tension
- Hearing Testing
- Laboratory Services
- Labor and Industry
- Laceration Care
- Lifestyle Education
- Digital Mammography
- Minor Surgery
- Newborn Circumcision
- Occupational Medicine
- Orthopedics – Sprains, Strains and Fractures
- Physical Exams
- Preventive Healthcare
- School & Sports Exams
- Sports Medicine
- Vision Testing
- Well Child Care & Acute Illness
- Women’s Healthcare, Obstetrics & Maternity Care
- X-ray Services
Please welcome Jose Mata, MD
We are pleased to have Dr. Mata join Snohomish Family Medicine as he will be a valuable member of our team.
““My philosophy of care can be best described as shared decision-making. It is my job to help you decide if medical recommendations are the right choice for you and your family.”
Our Walk-In Clinic is available for those times when you need to be seen by a physician promptly but are not experiencing a life-threatening emergency. Management of chronic medical conditions, physical exams or prescription refills are not services offered through the walk-in clinic. Please schedule those visits with your regular primary care physician. For more information, please visit the Walk-In Clinic page.
Coughs, Colds and Respiratory Infections
We treat them with tools like rapid strep testing, on-site x-rays and nebulizer treatments. Our doctors can diagnose if your cold has turned into pneumonia or has triggered an asthma attack.
Sprains and Fractures
Our doctors have been actively involved in sports medicine, for years serving as sideline physicians for the Snohomish Panther & Glacier Peak Grizzly football teams. This experience allows them to accurately diagnose and treat acute injuries, utilizing x-rays when needed.
Our team can guide you through your injury from diagnosis to recovery, whether it’s a back strain or an overuse injury such as carpal tunnel.
Payment & Insurance
Payment for your office visit is expected at the time of services unless you are covered by one of the contracted insurance companies with which we participate. You may provide payment in cash, debit card, check or credit card. If your insurance company requires a co-payment, this is required at the time of service. Please contact your insurance company to determine if we are a contracted provider for your plan.
We prescribe enough refills to last until you need to be seen by a doctor or have new laboratory tests. Please do not request refills when you actually need an appointment. There are patient safety reasons why medications cannot be refilled continuously without periodic assessment by a physician. Some pain medications and other habit-forming medications are governed by state law. When these treatments are prescribed, we will require a signed agreement from the patient which outlines how these medications are managed.
Our mission is to extend the healing love of Christ to our community and beyond through compassionate, comprehensive health care of the highest quality. We promise you up-to-date medical knowledge, our best technical skills, clear communication, caring service, and our personal attention.
As part of our mission, each of our doctors is active in the community—both at home and abroad. Every year, one of our doctors participes in a sabbatical program, in which they travel to a disadvantaged part of the world to provide healthcare and to train doctors. They do this at their own expense, and through the cooperation of charitable organizations. Over the years, our doctors have worked in Africa, Asia, Micronesia, Latin America, and various parts of the United States.
Our providers are committed to offering high quality medical care and creating an ideal “medical home” for our patients where they are valued as individuals on their life’s journey and where they can feel secure that their care will be coordinated and comprehensive.
As board-certified Family Practice physicians, we are specialists in caring for your entire family’s healthcare needs. Our comprehensive training enables us to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical problems. When necessary, we will partner with other specialists and therapists to arrange medical care. We want to work with you and your family as a team to achieve the high quality healthcare you deserve.
Established in 1953 by Dr. Leeon Aller, Snohomish Family Medicine has been providing comprehensive health care to Snohomish County families for over 60 years.
Over his career, Dr. Aller tirelessly worked to bring medical care and supplies over many years to some of the most remote and poverty stricken locations, including war-torn Guatemala and Ethiopia.To this day, the physician partners at Snohomish Family Medicine maintain a sabbatical program which features a rotating position for one doctor to be away at any given time volunteering medical care and services to poor people around the world who otherwise would have little or no access to modern medical care. Dr. Aller also founded a medical clinic in rural Ethiopia.