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FULL-SPECTRUM PRIMARY CARE

Welcome to North Olympic Healthcare Network! Our dedicated team of doctors, dentists, behavioral health therapists and healthcare professionals are here in Port Angeles for you! As Clallam County’s first and only Federally Qualified Community Health Center, we are able to offer high-quality, full-spectrum primary care — including family medicine, obstetrics, pediatrics, dental care and behavioral health — to more people than ever before. Learn more...


LOCATIONS & HOURS

Downtown Health Clinic

240 W. Front Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362

Hours
Monday-Thursday 7:00am-7:30pm / Friday 7:00am-6:00pm
Lab and X-ray: 7:30am-5:00pm

Expanded Services Building, including Dental Clinic

933 E. First Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362

Hours
Monday-Saturday 8:00am-5:00pm
Closed 12:00-1:00pm Saturday


CLINIC NEWS

Protect Yourself from the Flu

Protect Yourself from the Flu

Flu shots are now available at our clinics for patients ages 6 months and older. We also offer the option of high dose flu shots for patients ages 65 and older. Please talk to your care team about getting a flu shot at your or your child's next visit to protect against seasonal influenza. It is especially important for patients at high risk for flu complications including adults with chronic health conditions and pregnant women.

If you don't have an upcoming appointment, please schedule a flu shot at one of our Flu Shot Clinics on Saturdays in October from 8:30am to 12:00pm by calling (360) 452-7891.


NOHN Board Recognizes CEO Michael Maxwell, MD

NOHN Board Recognizes CEO Michael Maxwell, MD

The North Olympic Healthcare Network (NOHN) Board of Directors recognized CEO Michael Maxwell, MD, at a recent meeting, presenting him with an award in appreciation of his 30 years of medical practice in Port Angeles, as well as his leadership at NOHN and in the community. Maxwell recently stepped away from his clinical practice to focus on his responsibilities as CEO.

“The board wanted to recognize Dr. Maxwell’s contributions as he marked the end of his clinical practice. For a dedicated physician like Mike, this step represents an incredible sacrifice on his part on behalf of the patients at NOHN and for our community,” said Board President Catharine Copass. “We hope he continues to get personal satisfaction from the direct and daily improvements in the lives of so many due to his leadership of NOHN, and passion for delivering the highest quality medical care to all who call NOHN their medical home.”

“The currents have certainly taken my medical career in unexpected directions, and I deeply miss the patients that I was honored to serve for so long,” said Maxwell. “However, it has been immensely gratifying to see the greatly improved access to high quality healthcare that I’ve been privileged to facilitate through leadership work at NOHN. I am grateful to the board for their support during this transition.”

Maxwell was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. He received his medical degree with honors from the University of Washington School of Medicine and completed a family medicine residency through the University of Washington in Spokane. He began his career in 1991 as a partner in Family Medicine of Port Angeles (FMPA). Over the 30 years since, he served as the Primary Care Physician for more than 2,500 patients, and included high-risk OB for 25 of those years, delivering nearly 1,000 babies.

Maxwell was instrumental in FMPA’s transformation to a community health center model in 2016 and was selected as Chief Executive Officer for the newly renamed North Olympic Healthcare Network shortly thereafter. Under Maxwell’s leadership, NOHN has opened two additional sites in recent years, allowing it to expand access to primary care, behavioral health services and dental care for more than 9,500 new patients. In response to the continued growth in community needs, the organization will launch a mobile health clinic in the fall of this year and will soon begin renovation work on another clinic site scheduled to open in 2022.


Become a New Patient

Doctors in Port Angeles
Would you like to become a patient at North Olympic Healthcare Network? Tap on the link below to find out how.

Have a question? Give us a call at (360) 452-7891 and speak with one of our representatives.

Become a New Patient

Schedule an Appointment

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Call (360) 452-7891. For urgent care, we make every effort to see you on the day that you call.

Some urgent problems are most safely cared for in the hospital emergency room and we may refer you there.

Make an Appointment

MyChart

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MyChart is easy to use—you just need an internet connection and an email address.

Access your electronic health record, view upcoming appointments, message your provider, and more.

Sign Up for MyChart

Telehealth Visits

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Now a visit with your NOHN medical or behavioral health provider can be done from the comfort of your home!

Simple and secure, telehealth visits allow you to meet with your provider from a remote location.

View Telehealth Info

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