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UW Pediatrics

Port Angeles, Washington

Hurricane RidgePort Angeles is also the gateway to one of Washington's most popular natural spaces, the Olympic National Park and Hurricane Ridge, conveniently located 17 miles from downtown. Whether your interest is kayaking, wine tasting, antiquing, eating or just spending time on the beautiful beaches, Port Angeles has something for everyone. Ride your bike along Discovery Trail, a waterfront trail that stretches from the west end of Port Angeles into Port Townsend. Taste locally grown food at the farmers markets. Enjoy the water view from Francis Street Park. Or, explore the Fine Arts Center, which features works by more than 500 Northwest artists

Peninsula Children's Clinic

Peninsula Children's Clinic is the only pediatric clinic on the Olympic Peninsula, serving the entire North Olympic Peninsula with a population of about 50,000- from the Pacific Ocean to Hood Canal. We think it can offer outstanding experiences for residents. We certainly value the relationships we've been able to have through the WWAMI program.

Olympic Memorial Hospital

Peninsula Children's Clinic is located at in Port Angeles, Washington, the largest community on the North Olympic Peninsula. It is across the street from Olympic Memorial Hospital, a 126-bed hospital with some 80 physicians on the staff. A rural referral hospital for this area, it is the only hospital of its kind on the North Olympic Peninsula. (Forks and Port Townsend have smaller hospitals.) A wide variety of medical specialties are represented on Olympic Memorial's medical staff. The pediatric ward and newborn nursery serve the needs of our patients well. At the children's clinic, our medical staff includes six pediatricians and one pediatric nurse practitioner.

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