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Our call center is currently experiencing high volume of calls. If you are calling us about:

  • COVID-19 vaccine – we do not have the vaccine available for patients. Our application to the state for distribution is pending.
  • Scheduling an appointment – to avoid wait time, please use your mySFM secure patient portal to schedule. 

Thank you for your patience. 

Well in the Sound

SFM in the Community

Celebrating 36 Years in the Community

They say time flies when you’re having fun, and that’s certainly true. We’re proud to be celebrating 36 years as your neighbors and family medicine providers. Celebrating 36 years in Puyallup It doesn’t seem like that long ago when we opened our doors as South

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Notice anything different?

Drum roll, please…… Take a look at our new logo, designed to reflect your whole family. Why the change? Just like your family, our practice has grown and changed over the years. Our maternity focus has expanded to one that provides care for all ages.

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Masks Matter. It’s Science.

Changing recommendations regarding masks have caused some confusion and some skepticism. In reality, much of the early recommendations on masks were actually based on availability rather than science. It was crucial that the available inventory of masks were held for first responders and medical teams.

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The Importance of Vaccination

Vaccines are a safe and vital tool to fight illnesses that cannot be treated any other way. In the video below, Dr. Marc Aversa, MD in our 10th St Clinic explains why keeping current on vaccines is more important than ever. Vaccines treat illnesses that

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Rocking a virtual Relay for Life

For years, we’ve been huge supporters of our local American Cancer Society Relay for Life . “This year ACS has decided to make the best of our social distance rules and continue to show our support for those that have been affected by cancer,” said

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COVID-19 protocols

To limit the spread of COVID-19, all patients are phone-screened and we check temperature before allowed entry. Masks are required. Only one visitor/support person allowed per patient. Virtual visits available when appropriate.

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