A Primary Care Provider (PCP) is a health care provider who is a person’s primary point of care, working with the person to create a “medical home.” A primary care medical home is a patient-centered model of health care, in which the patient, his/her primary care providers, and other health professionals work together and with shared responsibility for the patient’s health.
Community Health Centers (CHC’s) work on a sliding fee scale, so the amount you pay depends on your income. Interfaith and Sea Mar provide medical, dental, and behavioral health services.
Primary Care Lists:
- Bellingham Medical Clinic: 200 Unity Street in Bellingham, (360) 676-6177
- Ferndale Medical Clinic: 5616 3rd Ave in Ferndale (360) 752-7410
- Bellingham Medical Clinic: 4455 Cordata Parkway in Bellingham, (360) 671-3225
- Everson Medical Clinic: 6884 Hannegan Rd in Everson, (360) 354-0766
For further questions about primary care or resources, feel free to contact an Access Counselor at 360-788-6594 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.