Primary care clinic tabs new director

Lori Larson is the new director of primary care services for Olympic Medical Physicians Primary Care Clinic.


Larson will oversee the day-to-day operations of the clinic. She also will provide support and direction to the clinic’s medical and office staff and work directly with OMP leadership and clinic staff to develop policies and procedures.


“Lori has been adding value to the services provided at Olympic Medical Physicians Primary Care Clinic for more than four years,” said Sheri Greene, administrative director of OMP.


Larson joined the clinic in August 2006, working in the call center as a receptionist and scheduler. She became office manager of the clinic in 2008.


Larson is trained in Olympic Medical Center’s “Lean” process improvement program and is leading the effort to improve the billing process at the clinic. Larson has her bachelor’s degree in biology from Wittenberg University and is completing work for her Master of Arts in Health Administration from Ashford University.


“I’ve enjoyed working at the Primary Care Clinic and am delighted to continue on in this new capacity,” says Larson. “I’m looking forward to the changes and challenges ahead of me and am excited to help this clinic continue to grow and succeed.”


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