Mason General Hospital Visiting Hours

8:00 am to 8:30 pm, daily

Telephone

Shelton:
(Main Hospital Campus)
(360) 426-1611
Toll-Free (855) 880-3201

Location

Physical Address:
901 Mountain View Dr
Shelton WA 98584

Postal Address:
PO BOX 1668
Shelton WA 98584

Our Family of Clinics:

MGH
Olympic Physicians

Call us at:

(360) 426-2500

Hours

Monday - Friday:
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Extended evening hours are available Monday through Thursday until 6 p.m.

Closed from 12:00-1:00 p.m. and all major holidays.

Addresses

237 Professional Way
Shelton, WA 98584

and

219 Professional Way
Shelton, WA 98584

 

Welcome to Olympic Physicians!

Our Goal
Our goal is to provide you with the best medical care and preventive guidance from newborn (upon hospital discharge), childhood, adulthood, and into your senior years.

The Mason Vision:
We put patients first. We provide quality medical care to assist the individuals of our community to restore and preserve their health. We conserve patient and community resources through a sustainable, financially viable, coordinated system of health care delivery.

Olympic Physicians Mission Statement
Our Mission is to provide quality, cost-effective primary health care to the residents of our community. These health care services shall be provided with specific attention to the personal, physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the patients and their families.

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.

Olympic Physicians has been recognized for our involvement and leadership in Quality Improvement. We have partnered with the Washington State Department of Health and Qualis Health to develop and maintain a program that helps our diabetic patients improve the lives they lead. This program includes a computer registry that allows us to follow up with our patients and give feedback to our providers about the care they are giving compared to their piers. Olympic Physicians was chosen by our partners because of our success and was published in the attached article on Quality Improvement.

Olympic Physicians After Hours Care:
Olympic Physicians wants to help you avoid expensive non-urgent emergency room visits. We offer same day appointments for urgent concerns and an after hours answering service that can contact the on call provider for your concerns.

If your emergency is life-threatening, please call 9-1-1.

 

Our Providers

Mark L. Schlauderaff, M.D.

Mark L. Schlauderaff, M.D.
Internal Medicine

Dr. Schlauderaff attended medical school at the University of Minnesota and completed his internal medicine residency at the University of Washington. He is board certified in internal medicine and has provided adult primary care in Shelton since 1985.

Dr. Schlauderaff has a special interest in diabetes and teaches classes through the diabetes education program at Mason General Hospital. He has been honored as Washington State Rural Physician of the Year. He has also received recognition for being a leader in Quality Improvement and for his role in being a member of the Meaningful Use Vanguard. He was featured in an article by CMS regarding the adoption of technology in a rural medical practice.

Dr. Schlauderaff enjoys riding his bicycle, reading classic literature and medical journals, watching sports (especially NY Jets football) and spending time with his family.

To schedule an appointment contact MGH Olympic Physicians, 237 Professional Way, Shelton, at (360) 426-2500.

Certification: Board Certified, Internal Medicine
Degree: University of Minnesota, 1980
Residency/Internship: University of Washington, Seattle,
Washington 1980-

Douglas F. Lindahl, D.O.

Douglas F. Lindahl, D.O., F.A.C.P.
Internal Medicine

Dr. Lindahl enjoys the personal aspect of medicine, believing one of the unique pleasures of medical practice to be the opportunity to interact with patients with a variety of backgrounds and needs. He sees the physician as both a facilitator and teacher, helping patients to make sound and informed choices while in the process of healing and in maintaining healthy lifestyles. Dr. Lindahl was a practicing pharmacist prior to entering medical school.

Dr. Lindahl has been the leader of quality improvement efforts at Olympic Physicians and served as Clinical Champion.

While not with patients, Dr. Lindahl enjoys time with his wife and three children. He also enjoys a number of outdoor activities including rowing and bicycling.

To schedule an appointment contact MGH Olympic Physicians, 219 Professional Way, Shelton, at (360) 426-2500.

Certification: Board Certified, Internal Medicine
Degree: Western University of Health Science, Pomona, CA 1998
Residency/Internship: Maricopa Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ 1998-2000

Rebecca Hendryx, M.D.

Rebecca Hendryx, M.D.
Family Medicine

Dr. Hendryx attended the University of Utah Medical School and completed her training at the University of Utah Department of Family and Preventive Services. She is Board Certified in Family Practice.

Dr. Hendryx enjoys working with individuals and families to promote optimal health and well being throughout all stages of life.

While not working Dr. Hendryx enjoys reading, traveling, hiking, camping and spending time with her family.

To schedule an appointment contact MGH Olympic Physicians, 221 Professional Way, Shelton, at (360) 426-2500.


Certification - Board Certified in Family Medicine
Residency/Internship - University of Utah Family and Preventive Services
Medical School - University of Utah School of Medicine

Allen Millard, M.D.

Allen Millard, M.D.
Family Medicine

Dr. Millard has practiced in the Shelton community since 1989. He is board certified in family medicine and received his medical degree from Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, in 1986. He did his post graduate training at Memorial Hospital in Carbondale, Illinois.

Dr. Millard has a special interest in diabetes and the care of children.

True to his Wisconsin roots, he is a proud owner of stock in the Green Bay Packers football franchise. He enjoys living in and being a part of the Shelton community and coaching youth soccer.

To schedule an appointment contact MGH Olympic Physicians, 221 Professional Way, Shelton, at (360) 426-2500.

Certification - Board Certified in Family Medicine
Residency/Internship -
Memorial Hospital of Carbondale, Illinois
Medical School - Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 1986

Rachel Reeg, M.D.

Rachel Reeg, M.D.
Internal Medicine

Dr. Reeg attended medical school at the University of Washington and completed an internal medicine residency training at the Cleveland Clinic.

She particularly enjoys working with patients with multiple medical problems to slow disease progression and the impact of diseases on daily activities.

She has been an active member on the board of the Thurston Mason County Medical Society.

She was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and enjoys photography and spending time with her family.

To schedule an appointment contact MGH Olympic Physicians, 237 Professional Way, Shelton, at (360) 426-2500.

Certification: Board Certified, Internal Medicine
Medical School: University of Washington School of Medicine
Residency/Internship: Cleveland Clinic

Catherine McHugh, ARNP

Catherine McHugh, ARNP
Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner

Catherine McHugh is starting her career as a nurse practitioner at Olympic Physicians, following her training with Seattle University College of Nursing.

Her philosophy of nursing is rooted in care of
the whole person—physical, spiritual and emotional. She sees it her responsibility to provide compassionate, evidence-based care as a means of empowering patients to move toward best health in all areas of their lives.

In her spare time, Catherine enjoys yoga, long
distance running, hiking, skiing, boating and travel.

Lisa Dell, PA-C

Lisa Dell, PA-C
Family Practice

Lisa received her Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy from Georgia State University. After practicing in the Respiratory Therapy field for several years, she earned her Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Pacific University in Forest Grove, OR. Her training has been primarily in Family Medicine and Pulmonology with emphasis on disease prevention and management.

Lisa is native to Western Washington. She enjoys being back in the Northwest and living in Shelton. She and her husband enjoy camping, hiking, cycling, and snorkeling. Lisa also enjoys reading and making jewelry.

To schedule an appointment contact MGH Olympic Physicians, 237 Professional Way, Shelton, at (360) 426-2500.


Physician Assistant Education — Pacific University
Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy — Georgia State University

Katie P. Hackney, PA-C

Katie P Hackney, PA-C
Family Practice

Katie received her Master of Medical Science degree from Barry University Physician Assistant Program in 2003. She enjoyed practicing medicine in Shelton before taking time off to start a family and is excited to return to patient care. She believes in a team approach to patient care - helping patients make educated and informed decisions about their well-being. She enjoys the variety of patients seen in a family practice setting and has a passion for preventative care of children and adolescents.

In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons - outdoors when the weather permits! She enjoys running, cycling, as well as many other forms of exercise.

To schedule an appointment contact MGH Olympic Physicians, 237 Professional Way, Shelton, at (360) 426-2500.


Physician Assistant Education - Barry University

Rosemary Spyhalsky, ARNP

Rosemary Spyhalsky, ARNP
Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner

Rosemary joined MGH Olympic Physicians in 2014, with 15 years of nursing experience that includes a specialty in oncology and integrative care.  She obtained her Associate’s degree in Nursing from Puget Sound Community College in Olympia, and her Master of Science degree in Nursing from Frontier Nursing University in Hyden, Kentucky.  Rosemary created the Providence Integrative Cancer Care program, which offers services such as acupuncture, massage therapy, yoga, and naturopathic oncology to cancer patients.  These modalities, offered in conjunction with medical treatments, hope to assist people to obtain optimal health in body, mind, and soul for the best possible health outcome.

Rosemary seeks to partner with patients to obtain optimal health and wellness, with a focus on their unique needs.  With an emphasis on healthy lifestyle, preventative care, and appropriate screening tests, she hopes to support patients to be informed and take an active role in their health outcomes.

In her spare time, Rosemary enjoys spending time with her daughter and friends, bike rides, live bluegrass music, and walks in the woods.

 

 

Our Services

Patient Care
To guarantee excellent comprehensive care, we require our patients to be seen at least annually if they are on long term medications.

To ensure proper diagnosis and treatment, we ask that you bring to each appointment a complete and accurate list of all the medications (including vitamins) you are taking.

Our services include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Taking complete medical histories
  • Performing complete physical examinations
  • Well Child Care
  • Assessments of health status
  • Audiometry and tympanometry
  • Biopsies
  • Newborn (following hospital discharge) through Senior Care provided
  • Commercial driver's license physicals
  • Diagnosis and treatment of common acute and chronic health problems and medical conditions
  • Diagnostic lab tests: urine, blood, TB test, Pap smears, wet mounts
  • Ear irrigation
  • EKG
  • Electrocautery
  • Family planning
  • Immunizations
  • Inpatient hospital care
  • Minor emergency services
  • Pre-employment drug screens
  • Pre-employment physicals
  • Sprains
  • Twenty-four hour on-call coverage available through pagers or answering service when the clinic is not open
  • Urgent care
  • Wound repair

Medications & Refills
When you need a refill please call your pharmacy 72 hours (3 days) before needing your prescription. This gives the pharmacy enough time to contact us if they need further information or authorization

Your Concerns
As your primary care physicians, we encourage you to ask us about your concerns:

  • Cholesterol level
  • Colon cancer screening
  • Prostate cancer (men)
  • Pap tests (women)
  • Mammograms (women)
  • Immunizations
  • Osteoporosis screening
  • Any family medical history (diabetes, etc.) that can develop

In addition, tell us if you are worried about:

  • Being overweight
  • Depression
  • Major changes in sleep, eating, attitude or general well-being

 

 

Medical Home

What’s up at Olympic Physicians?

Turns out, a lot. At Olympic Physicians, we've rolled out a new way of caring for patients called "medical home." We're putting patients at the center of a doctor-led team of health professionals who deliver better health care, for lower cost.

The goals of the medical home model are better health and health care for patients, and lower health care costs. Olympic Physicians was selected to partner with the State of Washington to develop and test the medical home program in the State of Washington. As one of very few clinics selected we have had the opportunity to learn from experts well known in the field of health care quality improvement.

Olympic Physicians made a significant commitment and investment to the medical home model, hiring new clinical staff. Patients get better care from their primary care team, which ultimately means they make fewer visits to the emergency room and hospital, the places that usually take the biggest bite out of the health care dollar.

A Closer Relationship With Patients

The heart of the medical home is health care managed and coordinated by personal providers — the quarterbacks, as it were — and their teams, which can include nurses, physician assistants, advanced nurse practitioners, and medical assistants.

Your personal provider and their team members are more actively involved in the patient's care than before. For instance, a medical assistant might periodically call patients with chronic diseases, such as diabetes, to check blood sugars, discuss foot care, or ask about eye exams. We have developed office wide protocols that remind providers, medical assistants when you may be due for certain tests or appointments. We want to help you improve your health. We understand that what happens in your life after you leave the office makes a difference in your health.

Olympic Physicians has an emphasis on preventive care and keeping patients healthy. In the medical home, part of that prevention strategy plays out like this: Whenever patients schedule an office visit, a member of the medical team goes through their records and flags needed tests or other preventive care measures. The team member may call you to schedule these additional tests or your provider may talk to you at your scheduled appointment. A patient who comes in with a bad cold might be surprised when her doctor says she's due for a pap smear.

Another key component to medical home at Olympic Physicians is electronic medical records that give everyone involved in a patient's care, including the patient, instant access to critical information such as test results, prescriptions, and medical history for a patient. Olympic Physicians offers patient's complimentary access to their electronic medical records. You can securely message the receptionist for an appointment or the medical assistant to get your medication refilled. To find out more, ask any staff member at your next visit.

We look forward to working together with you and your family to help you live a healthier life.