“We are excited to bring the Kadlec OB/GYN Clinic into the Prosser Memorial Health family and expand the healthcare services we can offer our community. The Kadlec Clinic in Prosser has always been a partner of ours and with this transition we are able to build on that partnership,” said Craig Marks, Chief Executive Officer of Prosser Memorial Health. “Prosser Memorial Health is pleased to add the OB/GYN clinic in Prosser to our clinic offering. The new clinic aligns perfectly with our mission.”
Dr. Brian Sollers and Physician’s Assistant Teresa Charvet will continue to provide care at the clinic employed by Prosser Memorial Health. The clinic, located at 336 Chardonnay Avenue, adjacent to Prosser Memorial Health’s Prosser Clinic, will be called Prosser Women’s Health Clinic.
“I’m excited about this transition. Caring for patients isn’t just a job for me, it’s my passion and Prosser is my home. As Prosser Memorial Health expands to bring additional needed healthcare services, I look forward to growing excellent women’s healthcare in our underserved communities.” said Brian Sollers, DO, Chief Medical Officer, Prosser Memorial Health.
The clinic transition will occur April 1, 2019. Current patients of the clinic will receive official notification of the transition. There will be no care disruptions for patients during this process.
In addition to this transition, Prosser Memorial Health will begin an extensive remodeling project at the Prosser Clinic next door. The remodel will convert the current unused pharmacy space into exam rooms and an Imaging Center. When complete, the clinic will be open from 8 am to 8 pm seven days a week offering full laboratory and x-ray services, similar to the new Grandview Clinic.
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