Beginning Aug. 1, Eatonville Integrative Medicine, a family medical clinic that is woman-owned and operated is opening in Eatonville.
The clinic is celebrating an open house at 9 a.m. Aug. 1, 320 Center St. E., between the Subway and Puerto Vallarta restaurant.
The clinic is currently accepting new patients of all ages. Walk-ins are welcome, and virtual/telehealth visits are available.
According to a press release, integrative medicine combines conventional/standard medical treatment with “complementary and alternative medical therapies that have shown to be safe and to work.” Complementary and alternative medicine focuses on treating the mind, body and spirit.
“This integrative approach offers a spectrum of individualized care to suit each patient’s needs,” according to the press release.
The clinic is owned and operated by Melissa Bronoske, PA, and Katy Palmer, ARNP, who founded the Eatonville Integrative Medicine “with the aim of putting ‘CARE’ back into healthcare,” according to the press release.
According to the press release, Bronoske and Palmer get to know each of their patients, which “facilitates a trusting and collaborative relationship while addressing healthcare goals together.
For more information on Eatonville Integrative Medicine or to make an appointment, visit, https://www.eatonville.org/eatonville-integrative-medicine, or call 360-832-2222.
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