MGH Hoodsport Family Clinic

Hoodsport Family Clinic provides a strong support system while maintaining the goals of patient-centered and community.

MGH Hoodsport Family Clinic

hours
  • Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Closed for lunch (12:00 noon - 1:00 pm)
  • Closed Sat-Sun and all major holidays

About

Partnering with Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics provides Hoodsport Family Clinic (HFC) with a strong support system, while maintaining the goals of 'patient-centered' care and 'community'. In addition to having electronic medical records and business support, HFC receives patient care support through consultation with specialists and Emergency Department physicians at MGH&FC. The HFC patient base includes Hoodsport, Lilliwaup, Union - and all parts in between.

The clinic also added new services and they include remote access to mental health services. A mental health expert can consult live, onscreen with a mental health patient via a monitor set up in the Clinic.

Arriving on time for your scheduled appointment is important in addressing your healthcare needs. Please notify MGH&FC as soon as you know you will need to change or cancel your appointment. You are required to cancel your appointment at least one business day prior to your scheduled appointment because of high patient demands. Your ability to schedule future appointments will change because of missed appointments or cancellations.
If you have questions about our No-Show and Cancellation policy, please call the clinic or download a copy of the No-Show and Cancellation Policy as indicated below.

Clinic Providers

Dr. Daniel Burris, MD
Family Practice

Dr. Burris joins Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics in September 2018. Graduating from the University of Wyoming Family Medicine Residency program in Casper, Wyoming in 2018, his residency covered full-spectrum medicine, with a particular focus on the skills and knowledge needed to care for a rural community. Growing up on a farm in East Texas, Dr. Burris has a long-held passion for serving small communities, working to improve health by focusing on prevention and looking at one’s lifestyle and environment as they significantly impact one’s wellness. Achieving sustained weight loss is another area in which Dr. Burris enjoys working with his patients.

Sara Holt-Knox, ARNP
Family Practice

Board Certified. Sara believes that everyone deserves access to preventive health care, regular screenings and disease management, and strives to provide holistic care that respects individual beliefs and promotes open dialogue to assist each patient in reaching their personal health goals.

Erin Martinache, LICSW
Clinical Social Worker

Erin K. Martinache joined the staff at Olympic Physicians in November of 2015. Prior to that, she worked as a Mental Health Therapist, offering individual and group therapy to adults at a local community mental health clinic, since June of 2006. Erin came to Mason County from Eastern Oregon, where she was most recently working with at-risk youth in residential treatment programs. She started her career in 1991 working in Community Mental Health/Social Work in Umatilla County, OR as a Case Manager with those diagnosed with chronic and persistent mental illness, then as Residential Coordinator for group homes and foster homes in Eastern and Central Oregon which served those experiencing mental illness.