19 Jul Walk-In Clinic Welcomes Nurse Practitioner Michael Coudriet
Michael Coudriet, ARNP, will provide same-day, non-emergency services to patients out of the Walk-In Clinic in Port Angeles.
Michael Coudriet, ARNP, recently joined the team of Olympic Medical Physician Walk-in Clinic providers. Coudriet (pronounced KOO-dree-ay) will provide same-day, non-emergency services to patients out of the Walk-In Clinic in Port Angeles.
“In a walk-in clinic setting, every day is different and unique,” said Coudriet. “I enjoy the variety that each day offers and being able to help people across the entire life span.”
Coudriet has worked in health care for nearly a decade, first earning an undergraduate nursing degree in his home state of Nevada from the University of Nevada in Reno. He then went on to earn a Master of Science in Nursing from Maryville University, based in Missouri. Coudriet has experience working in rural hospitals in Nevada, including in specialty areas such as intensive care units and emergency departments.
Coudriet enjoys spending time outdoors with his family, who moved to the Olympic Peninsula from Lake Tahoe in 2020. In addition to his work in health care, Coudriet has a passion for coaching soccer, leading teams to two high school state boys’ soccer titles in Incline Village, Nev.
As part of the Walk-In Clinic team, Coudriet looks forward to making a positive impact on his patients’ lives. “When it comes to health care, I enjoy the fact that we all share a common bond through our humanity. When patients come in, they can expect a smile (even covered by a mask), a listening ear and time to discuss their concerns and treatment options with me,” said Coudriet. “Helping and serving others through providing health care is rewarding and humbling.”
For more information on services and hours of the OMP walk-in clinics in Port Angeles and Sequim, visit olympicmedical.org/walk-in-clinics/.