Tag: Provider Stories

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Bradley Smith, PA-C, Uses COVID Data and Modeling to Support Washington

Post update: As of March 2021, Bradley Smith PA-C has returned to Sound Family Medicine. The right data presented in an easy-to-comprehend manner drives important decisions. Our very own Bradley Smith, PA-C, in partnership with COVID Act Now (CAN), built a tool used by Washington’s decision makers during the current coronavirus pandemic.  

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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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COVID-19 Immunity Still Largely A Mystery

As we all get further into this pandemic, many patients are wondering, “can I get COVID-19 twice?” Tracie Jefferson, PA-C in our Sunrise office, answers this common question. Does having COVID-19 once provide you immunity? “There’s a lot we still don’t understand in terms of

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An Open Letter to our Patients

Sound Family Medicine Community, When I thought of March, I looked forward to welcoming longer days, the arrival of blossoms, and spring break with the kids. However, as news of the first deaths from COVID-19 were reported, life rapidly began changing. As a provider, I

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Puyallup Clinic providers join Sound Family Medicine

We can’t believe it’s been three months already since Dr. Gerald Duris, Dr. Mary Cyr, PA-C Adriana Zamora and their MA Ashley Washington all joined our Sound Family Medicine 10th St location after the closure of Dr. Duris’ Puyallup Clinic. A warm Sound Family welcome

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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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