The Walk-in Clinics in Port Angeles and Sequim provide testing to symptomatic individuals with or without known exposure to COVID-19. Testing is not appropriate for asymptomatic individuals without known exposure, and it is recommended they talk directly with their primary care provider with concerns about COVID-19. Click here to learn more about COVID-19 testing at OMC, including our COVID-19 Testing Site.
When you can’t see your primary care provider—on weekends or when he or she is fully booked, for example—the providers at Olympic Medical Center’s Walk-In Clinics can help. We treat a variety of non-life-threatening medical conditions, including minor cuts and wounds, sprains, respiratory infections, asthma symptoms, urinary symptoms, temporary refills (except opioids), skin rashes and school-related sport physicals. Patients are seen in order of arrival.
If you are concerned about a potential medical emergency, you should seek care at a hospital Emergency Room or call 911 for an ambulance. You should not delay seeking appropriate medical attention for potential emergency conditions by waiting at the Walk-in Clinic. The Walk-in Clinic is not an Emergency Room or Urgent Care Center, and is not able to provide emergency services.
Frequenting a walk-in clinic is not a substitute for having a primary care medical home. Chronic conditions which require ongoing medical management are best served in a primary care setting that supports continuity of care.
Doors open 15 minutes prior for early registration. Patients may complete patient registration forms in advance. Hours are subject to change due to inclement weather and clinic meetings. For up-to-date hours, please contact the clinic directly.
We are committed to improving access to same-day medical care. At the same time, the Walk-In Clinics are not designed or equipped to manage all medical conditions. We want to be certain you are evaluated and treated in the setting that is appropriate for your medical need. To avoid waiting unnecessarily for services that may not be available at our clinic, you may request a focused screening to see if you’re in the right place.
Call 911 or go to the Emergency Room for potentially life-threatening or urgent medical conditions.
Visit our Walk-In Clinics for same-day access when your primary care provider is not available.
Visit your regular provider for routine and ongoing medical care and medications.
Notice: These Facilities are Hospital-Based Clinics. Patients may incur additional out-of-pocket expenses.
The Walk-In Clinics are licensed as part of Olympic Medical Center.
Patients seeking care at these hospital-based clinics may receive a separate billing for a facility fee. This fee could result in higher out-of-pocket expenses for patients.
Patients should contact their insurance company to determine their coverage for hospital-based clinic facility charges.
Notice: These Facilities are not Urgent Care Clinics.
The Walk-In Clinics are not designated as Urgent Care Clinics, which may impact out-of-network insurance coverage. Please check with your insurance plan if you have any questions about coverage for out-of-network clinic services.
The OMP Walk-in Clinic may temporarily (typically 30 days) refill many kinds of routine medications for patients that are not established with local area primary care providers. Patients in need of a prescription refill will be asked to provide proof of medication (prescription bottle or pharmacy printout) and relevant recent lab work during the Walk-in Clinic visit process. If these items are not available at the time of the visit, patients may be asked to obtain lab work as well as sign a release of records during the visit process.
Prescriptions that can be filled at a Walk-in Clinic visit:
Medications NOT appropriate for the Walk-in Clinic to refill:
The Walk-In Clinics offer sport-related exams for middle and high school students who are healthy and have no medical conditions which may be impacted by athletic activities. If an athlete’s history and/or focused examination identify any such conditions, the athlete will be directed to a primary care or pediatric clinic for further evaluation and management, including completion of any school- or sport-related paperwork.
Examples where clearance for sport participation normally requires primary care or pediatric involvement (and therefore typically cannot be provided through a limited Walk-In Clinic visit) include a history of: