Caring for You Through the Covid19 Pandemic

We remain committed to caring for our patients. To keep everyone safe, most patient care will be by phone or Telehealth.

Telehealth Information

Telehealth Service

We remain committed to caring for our patients and ensuring access to quality care by providing telehealth appointments.

Covid19 Vaccine Update

We are currently offering Moderna COVID vaccine (first, second, and booster doses). At this time, we are scheduling vaccine appointments for our patients only. Call your Primary Care Provider’s Office to discuss getting the COVID-19 vaccine! Vaccines are provided by appointment only. No walk-ins can be accommodated at this time.
Other vaccine partners who may have vaccine can be found at: vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov

More on the Vaccine Update

Flu Vaccine Update

We are able to provide flu vaccines to our patients only. If you do not have a provider, please call your nearest clinic to establish care. Patients will need to call the clinic or ask for the flu vaccine at their next appointment.

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(360) 330-9595   or   info@vvhc.org

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We are accepting new patients at each location.

If you have a fever, cough, suspected exposure to COVID-19, are waiting for COVID-19 test results, or have been told to quarantine, please DO NOT COME TO THE CLINIC. Call your clinic and we will arrange care over the phone. Your healthcare team will work with you to order needed labs, refill your medications, provide immunizations, and address your health concerns.

Some concerns still need to be addressed by an in-clinic visit. Your healthcare team will call you to confirm or possibly reschedule your appointments. Call if you haven’t heard from us within 24 hours of your upcoming appointment.

If you have an in-clinic visit, we are requiring all individuals entering our facilities to mask. We also ask you to limit those accompanying you to essential support (parent/guardian/caregiver).

All Behavioral Health visits will be conducted via telephone or video conference at this time. For more facts and information about COVID visit the CDC’s website or reference this quick fact sheet.

Contact our clinic for more information!

(360) 330-9595  

"I am so thankful to have health care for our community. It means so much to have personal relationships that build trust. I think this is a very important and sometimes under-recognized part of health care."

Nataly Willson, patient