10 Mar Three New Providers Join OMP Walk-In Clinic
The medical doctor, physician assistant, and nurse practitioner bring expanded care to the Port Angeles Walk-In Clinic.
Olympic Medical Center welcomes three new providers to the OMP Walk-In Clinic in Port Angeles. Naffie Ceesay, MD, Savannah Ketterer, certified physician assistant, and Jessica Cooper, nurse practitioner, joined the clinic early this year and will provide same-day, non-emergency services to patients.
“We are pleased to welcome three new providers to the Walk-In Clinic,” said Dr. Bradley Houston, Walk-In Clinic Medical Director. “They are a wonderful addition to the clinic and community.”
Dr. Ceesay specializes in Family Medicine and completed a fellowship in International Travel Medicine before joining the Olympic Medical Physicians team. She and her family moved to Port Angeles from Seattle, where she completed a Global Heath and International Health Fellowship at the University of Washington.
Ketterer attended the physician assistant program at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tennessee and earned her Master of Science in Medicine. “Savannah is delightful to have in the clinic, especially with her enthusiasm for patients and her colleagues,” said Dr. Houston.
Cooper moved with her family from Montana to join the Walk-In Clinic team. According to Dr. Houston, Cooper brings “incredible people skills” to her work as a nurse practitioner. Cooper worked as a registered nurse in Kalispell, Montana before earning her Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner from Maryville University in St. Louis, Missouri. Before coming to Port Angeles, she practiced as a family nurse practitioner at Kalispell Regional Medical Center.
The three new providers will see patients at the OMP Walk-In Clinic in Port Angeles. For more information on services and hours, visit the OMP Walk-In Clinics information page.