|Monday||8 am to 5 pm|
|Tuesday||8 am to 5 pm|
|Wednesday||8 am to 5 pm|
|Thursday||8 am to 12 pm|
|Friday||8 am to 5 pm|
208 Centralia College Blvd.
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Welcome to the Washington Park Medical Center and our website. We appreciate and respect the trust you place in us as your health care provider.
Whether you're considering becoming a new patient at the clinic or you've been with us we hope that you find this website helpful in providing information about the clinic and the services it offers. In addition we have some website links that are excellent resources for providing information on healthcare. Please feel free to use them. If you have further questions, please feel free to call us at (360) 736-0771 or email us by using the addresses found in the Contact Us page.
Since December 2007 we have been using E-MD's electronic Medical records for all patient appointments. All aspects of our medical practice is running smoothly on this comprehensive program. We also send our prescriptions electronically to the pharmacies before you leave the office. Starting in July 2008 we began using our patient portal which is our way of communicating with you via the web. Please check out the patient portal consent form in the Forms/FAQ's section for more information.
DOT PHYSICALS - Update 5/1/14
We have four providers who are certified to provide DOT Physicals through the NRCME. These are more extensive exams than in years past and you will be asked to partially disrobe during these exams. We used to provide these on a walk in basis but because of the changes and increased time needed, they will need to be scheduled exams. If you are healthy without any medical problems, no medications, normal weight, don't smoke, we may be able to provide DOT Physicals on a walk in basis.
Bring to your visit: Glasses, hearing aids, any recent laboratory tests, and all your medications. Drivers with diabetes will need to bring in lab values for the past year. Drivers with heart disease will need to bring in a copy of your most recent cardiology visit, most recent Exercise Stress Test, Echocardiogram (ultrasound of your heart), EKG and a note from your cardiologist stating you are without symptoms. Drivers with lung disease will need to bring in their most recent Lung function tests. Drivers with sleep apnea need to bring in a copy of your most recent sleep study and evidence that you are using your CPAP. Patients with a history of TIA or stroke will need to bring in their most recent neurologic evaluation.
Extra testing: If you are over 35 and smoke, or are Short of breath, wheezing on exam, have a cough or chest tightness you will have spirometry done for an additional fee. If you have diminished hearing on exam, a hearing test will also be performed for an additional fee. If history and/or exam dictate it, an EKG will be performed for an additional fee. If you have risk factors for sleep apnea (and not already diagnosed) you won't be able to pass the exam until a sleep study is done and evidence you are compliant with the CPAP machine if found to have sleep apnea. Any driver with a BMI (body mass index) of 35 or greater automatically will fall into this category. (you can check your BMI by googling BMI and use an online calculator) Any waivers will be need to be brought to the exam.