Providence expands services in southwest Washington with opening of PMG-Camas clinic

August 01, 2011
CAMAS, Wash. – Medical care just got easier in southwest Washington, thanks to a new Providence Medical Group clinic opening in the Camas community on August 1. Providence Medical Group-Camas will provide primary care for children and adults by family medicine physicians Heidi Kjos, M.D., and Stephanie Works, D.O. The new facility houses an onsite laboratory. The clinic will add rehabilitation and physical therapy services in September. Ample parking is available.

“We’re pleased to be able to bring much needed medical services to this community,” said Joseph Siemienczuk, M.D., chief executive of Providence Medical Group. “With lab, rehab and imaging services available onsite, we can meet a wide range of medical needs including testing and follow-up care."
 
With the opening of this new clinic, Providence Medical Group now offers three convenient locations in the Vancouver area. The two existing clinics include Providence Medical Group-Mill Plain Family Medicine and Providence Medical Group-Battle Ground Immediate Care. In addition, Providence Home Medical Equipment operates a retail location in Vancouver.

“Providence has a long and rich history of serving community needs in the southwest Washington area,” said Tricia Roscoe, chief executive of Providence southwest Washington service area. “It’s the site where Mother Joseph and her four companion Sisters of Providence arrived in 1856 and began their ministry of care. We are excited to be expanding our services in Clark County.”           

The clinic, located at 3101 SE 192 Avenue, is open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and can be reached by calling 360-553-7400. Providence Medical Group-Camas is currently accepting new family medicine patients. For more information about Providence Medical Group, visit www.providence.org/pmg.