Jessica Hoover, ARNP

Accepting New Patients
  • Pediatrics
  • Adults
  • Biopsy
  • Mole/Skin Tag/Lesion Removal
Puyallup – Sunrise

11216 Sunrise Blvd E #3-106
Puyallup, WA 98374


Ms. Jessica Hoover is certified in oncology and worked as an oncology RN for 11 years, both inpatient and outpatient.  

She chose family practice because of the need she saw in our community for primary care providers. It allows her the opportunity to serve the community in a greater capacity. She enjoys being able to see patients through every phase in life and considers it an honor to be a part of each individual journey.  

Her philosophy on health is that it is much more than the presence or absence of illness. Health is a resource for life. By working collaboratively with patients through open, honest communication, education, and mutual respect, she believes she can help patients make plans and set goals that allow for the best lives. 

 She was born and raised here in Puyallup. She and her husband have 2 sons. Their goal as a family is to get outside and explore as much as they can. In her downtime, she can often be found working on a scrapbooking project, heading to a concert, or planning a trip. 

The voice of my patients

“I didn’t feel rushed and she listened to my concerns which was great, as she wasn’t my regular practitioner.” 

 “Ms. Hoover listened and respected my knowledge and experience with my own body.” 


 “I enjoy being able to see patients through every phase in life and consider it an honor to be a part of each individual journey.” 


University of Washington Tacoma 

Gonzaga University 

East Tennesse State University

It's easy!

For primary care:

· Call Patient Services at 253-848-5951.

· Sign in to mySFM.

For walk-in care:

· Just walk in without an appointment.

· Schedule ahead on our walk-in clinic page.

Masks are still required in our clinics, even if you are fully vaccinated.

Guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the State of Washington require everyone to be masked in health care settings regardless if they’ve been vaccinated.

For more information, visit the CDC’s guidelines for the fully vaccinated.

We will not be writing letters for masks exemptions. Thank you for understanding.

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