Clinton clinic closure subject of June 11 WhidbeyHealth forum

CEO Ron Telles to explain switch in services

WhidbeyHealth CEO Ron Telles plans to discuss why primary care services were stopped at its Clinton clinic at a community forum scheduled noon to 1 p.m, Tuesday, June 11.

The public meeting is being held at the clinic located at 11245 Highway 525.

Telles will also talk about the future of the clinic. On July 1, it’s slated to switch over to Clinton Ancillary Services that will provide diagnostic imaging and laboratory services to South End patients, according to a press release.

A question-and-answer period will be included at the meeting.

The health system closed its Clinton clinic to primary care patients May 31. Lab services are still available on Mondays only, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., until July 1.

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