• PERSONAL – We are committed to personally knowing our patients, their stories, and the unique needs of their families.
  • PATIENT DRIVEN – Our care respects our patients’ individual preferences, needs, and values and makes sure that patients’ values guide clinical decisions.
  • CONVENIENT AND ACCESSIBLE – Patients get care when and how they need it. Extended hours allow for same day appointments.
  • TRANSPARENT – We make sure patients understand their medical treatment and what it costs in advance.
  • COMPREHENSIVE – We schedule longer appointments which allow medical providers and patients enough time to discuss health care needs and develop comprehensive health care and treatment plans.
  • COORDINATED – We manage patients’ health care services outside the clinic including referrals and treatment by specialists and other providers.
  • EFFICIENT – Electronic prescriptions and medical records improve access to information and care.
  • RESEARCH BASED – Medical staff regularly examine current best practices and research.

An Extraordinary Place for Everyday Care

Nurse Practitioners at Creekside Family Health Clinic have advanced training in the diagnosis and management of common medical problems including:

  • Routine Family Care for
    Ages 2 to 65
  • Treatment of Common Injuries and Illnesses - Same Day Service
  • Diabetes Care
  • General Wellness and Physicals
  • Prescriptions
  • Immunizations
  • Physicals and Annual Examinations
  • Walk-In Lab Tests
  • Women's Health Exams
  • Consultation and Referral with Other Medical Professionals

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Clinic Hours

Monday - Friday: 8am - 7pm
Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Sunday: CLOSED

Clinic News

Welcome Back!

Posted on July 28th, 2014

It’s a privilege for us to welcome back to Creekside Clinic Cynthia Wornstaff, FNP-C
As a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner, she will provide acute and primary health and medical care to children, adolescents, and adults. Since she left Creekside in 2011, she has been working in the region for SEARHC on Prince of Wales Island as well as in various rural clinics in Oregon and Washington. She and her husband, Pete Ryan, will be relocating to Ketchikan from their long-term home in Craig, Alaska. “I’m excited about staying in the region” says Wornstaff. “As a professional, I really enjoy working at Creekside. I get the time necessary to listen to patients and know their families. This extra time is key when helping people manage their health”. Please join us and give a warm welcome back to Cynthia and her family.