A Message from Dr. Alfred Seekamp
Caring for people is our first priority at Vancouver Clinic. Every day across Clark County, our doctors, clinicians, nurses, patient service representatives and all of us who put on the Vancouver Clinic badge do so with the purpose of caring for our community.
We are here for you.
Our urgent care centers are all open their regular hours. Many of our primary care providers and specialists are in the office ready and willing to make sure patients receive the care they need, when they need it. We’ve also launched video visits so you can stay home and get the care you need.
Don’t delay care.
The most important thing to remember is that during these uncertain times your health is a priority. Heart attacks, strokes, and other medical emergencies are still happening; don’t be scared to call 9-1-1.
If you have a medical need, don’t put off calling your primary care provider. The longer you delay, the more complex your condition can become.
We care about your safety.
Far too often, we are seeing patients wait too long to call because they are afraid. Please be assured, we are taking precautions to keep you safe.
- Visitor restrictions limit access to only the individual with an appointment, with some exceptions for pediatric patients and those with special needs.
- Social distancing markers are in place.
- Masks distributed at building entrances provide a protective barrier for you and that of our care team. With you wearing a mask and our care team wearing a mask, you have double protection.
- Urgent Care is open for walk-ins, unless you have respiratory symptoms we ask that you call first.
- Temperatures are taken daily before our care team starts their shift.
- Every day we evaluate the latest medical recommendations to ensure we adhere to the most current guidance from the CDC and our state and local health departments.