Mason General Hospital Visiting Hours

8:00 am to 8:30 pm, daily


(Main Hospital Campus)


Physical Address:
901 Mountain View Dr
Shelton WA 98584

Postal Address:
PO BOX 1668
Shelton WA 98584

Our Family of Clinics:

Shelton Family Medicine

Clinic Hours

Open at 8 a.m.
Monday – Friday

Please call for evening and weekend hours.


(360) 426-2653
(800) 824-8885


939 Mountain View Dr.
Suite 100
Shelton, WA 98584

The CDC recommends patients aged 60 and older getting a vaccine to prevent Herpes Zoster. Medicare and most commercial plans pay for the vaccine administered at a clinic for patients 60 through 65.

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Shelton Family Medicine - co-founded by John V. Butler, M.D. and Timothy J. Weber, M.D. in 1978 and 1977 respectively – joined Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics in April, 2009.

The Clinic is part of Public Hospital District No.1, which consists of Mason General Hospital, MGH Ankle & Foot, MGH Eye Clinic, MGH Family Health, MGH Hoodsport Family Clinic, MGH Shelton Orthopedics, MGH Surgery Clinic, MGH Oakland Bay Pediatrics, MGH Olympic Physicians, MGH Mountain View Women's Health, and MGH Shelton Family Medicine.

MGH Shelton Family Medicine is a full-service, family medical clinic that provides pediatric care, adult and geriatric care, gynecological care, women’s healthcare, and osteoporosis/bone scans.

“Doctors Butler and Weber have built a clinic that has served this community well over the years,” said Bob Appel, past CEO of MGH&FC. “We plan to work hard to maintain and build on this reputation.” The staff and physicians at MGH Shelton Family Medicine remain the same, as have the Clinic hours, and its acceptance of most insurance plans, including Group Health. Other healthcare providers include Kimberly Elliott, D.O., Ph.D.; Michael Keep, M.D., Payal Shah, M.D.; and Physician’s Assistants - Resa Delany and Lucinda Boudreau.

To make an appointment at MGH Shelton Family Medicine call (360) 426-2653 or (800) 824-8885.

Meet our Doctors!

John V. Butler, M.D.

Family Practice

Dr. Butler grew up in Bremerton and graduated from the University of Washington.  He received his medical degree from Georgetown University in Washington D.C.  Dr. Butler participated in the family practice residency program at Doctors Hospital in Seattle (now known as Swedish Hospital Medical Center) before joining Dr. Tim Weber at Shelton Family Medicine in 1978. He also has his Master’s in Healthcare Administration, University of Washington. Dr. Butler and his wife, Esther, have five grown children.  His hobbies include hiking, cabinet making, and fly fishing.

Timothy J. Weber, M.D.

Family Practice

Dr. Weber chose family practice because he enjoys the variety, and prefers treating the “whole” person.  He came to Shelton in 1977 and joined Dr. Bruce Pederson in opening their practice – Shelton Family Medicine.

Dr. Weber and his wife, Kathy, have four grown children.

Kimberly Elliott, D.O.
Board Certified, Family Practice

Kimberly Elliott, D.O., Ph.D.

Kimberly Elliott, D.O., Ph.D., has joined the medical staff at MGH Shelton Family Medicine and Mason General Hospital. She started seeing patients in early September, 2010 and offers a broad spectrum of medical services to her patients.

Dr. Elliott received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and Doctor of Philosophy in Molecular Genetics from Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 2007. She completed her internship and residency with the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho Rural Training Track in Boise, an affiliate of the University of Washington Medical School. Dr. Elliott believes in patient-centered care with a focus on wellness and preventive medicine, and has specialized training in women’s health, dermatological procedures, weight and nutrition management, and chronic disease management. Her personal interests include traveling, cooking, art, and hiking outdoors with her husband and son.

Michael Keep, M.D.
Board Certified, Family Practice

Michael Keep, M.D.

A. Michael Keep, M.D. has joined the medical staff at MGH Shelton Family Medicine and Mason General Hospital. He started seeing patients in mid-September 2010 and offers a broad spectrum of medical services to his patients.

Dr. Keep received his medical degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine in Grenada, West Indies, and completed his residency at St. Peter Family Practice Residency Program in Olympia, Washington. He was the chief resident at St. Peter Family Medicine Residency Program and comes to Mason General & Family of Clinics with high regard. Dr. Keep enjoys providing comprehensive, family-oriented care to help patients reach their full health potential by promoting wellness and offering counsel in times of illness. His medical interests include preventive medicine and health promotion, pediatrics, and teaching. While not at his practice, Dr. Keep enjoys doing home improvement projects, cooking, live music and theatre, kayaking, and traveling with his wife.

Payal K. Shah, M.D.
Board Certified, Family Practice

Payal K. Shah, M.D.

Payal K. Shah, M.D., board-certified in family practice, has joined the medical staff at MGH Shelton Family Medicine and Mason General Hospital, and is currently accepting new patients. Dr. Shah received her medical degree from the Ross University School of Medicine in North Brunswick, New Jersey in 2009; and completed her internship and residency at Montgomery Family Practice Residency Program in Norristown, Pennsylvania.

Resa Delany, PA-C
Board Certified PA-C
Family Practice

Resa Delany, PA-C

Resa Delany did her Physician Assistant Studies at Midwestern University, Downer’s Grove, IL. She is a board-certified Physician's Assistant in Family Medicine.

Lucinda Boudreau, PA-C
Board Certified PA-C
Family Practice

Lucinda Boudreau, PA-C

Lucinda Boudreau, PA-C, completed her Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies (PAS) at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2010, and is board-certified with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.


Who should get a flu shot?

You should get a yearly flu shot if you want to reduce your chance of getting the flu. Anyone older than 6 months can get a flu shot. It's important to get a flu shot if you are at high risk for complications. This includes:

  • People who are age 50 or older. People aged 65 or older are at highest risk.
  • People who have long-term (chronic) diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, kidney failure, and lung disease, including asthma.
  • People who live in nursing homes or long-term care centers.
  • People who have weak immune systems.
  • Children 6 months through 4 years of age. (The flu shot is recommended for all children from 6 months to 18 years of age.)

People who could spread the flu to people at high risk should also get the shot. This includes:

  • Anyone who lives with or cares for a child who is 6 months of age or younger. (Children 6 months or younger can't get the shot.)
  • Anyone in close contact with a person who is at high risk of complications. This includes family, friends, and caregivers.
  • Healthcare workers.