Medical case management, nursing services, medical transports, and more
Now seeing patients for primary care
Nutrition services for women with young children
Healing House Primary Care expands eligibillity
Suquamish Tribe Healing House Primary Care Clinic is now accepting new patients from the following groups:
- Suquamish Tribal Members and their families
- American Indian/Alaska Native tribal members/descendants enrolled in other federally recognized tribes
- Suquamish Tribal Government staff and their families
- Port Madison Enterprises employees and their families
For these patients we accept any insurance. We are also now accepting anyone with Medicaid.
We are currently at capacity for all other patients with private insurance and Medicare.
All patients must provide proof of insurance. For American Indians/Alaska Natives without insurance, please call the clinic for Medicaid enrollment assistance
Healing House Services
In addition to primary care, the Suquamish Tribe Community Health team and WIC program are also located at Healing House.
Primary Care services:
- Well-child, teen, and adult annual preventive visits
- Minor skin procedures
- Family planning counseling, prescriptions and procedures
- Muscle and joint pain
- Chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, thyroid disease, high cholesterol
- Rare and limited controlled substances (benzodiazepines, opiates, stimulants)
- Mental health counseling, medication
- Medication assisted therapy (MAT)
- Follow up after hospitalization
- Later and end of life counseling
- Acupuncture (for patients whose Primary Care Physician is at the Healing House): pain, headaches, menopause, anxiety, sleep, restless legs, nerve pain
Community Health services:
- Provide and setup access to care coordination services
- Provide medical case management
- Conduct nurse or nutrition home visits and welfare checks
- Serve as a patient advocate for our clients
- Provide medical transportation to those who need it
- Provide and deliver Durable Medical Equipment or assist in obtaining equipment through insurance programs
- Coordinate inclusion of cultural foods into programs and events
- Provide WIC nutrition program (a supplemental nutrition for pregnant, breastfeeding or post-partum women, infants and children to age 5)
- Host monthly support groups, such as Wisdom Warriors
- Host classes in nutrition, chronic disease management, diabetes management, childbirth education, and more
- Tobacco cessation
- Medication management and other nursing services
- Flu vaccine clinics in fall
- Covid vaccine via appointment.
For updates about COVID-19 testing and guidelines, click here.
Access Health Records
Healing House patients can view their health records, send messages to providers, and access other information via the Patient Portal. New patients should contact the clinic for login details.
Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Closed from 12pm-1pm for lunch
Healing House follows Suquamish Tribal Government guidelines for weather and holiday closures.
Front Desk: (360) 394-1350
For initial inquiries only, not medical care or advice
Phone: (360) 394-8469
6968 NE Enetai Lane
Suquamish, WA 98392
(Located just off Suquamish Way and Sealth Lane, between Tribal Government Center and the House of Awakened Culture)