OMC switches to Front Street clinic for COVID-19 vaccinations, testing

Olympic Medical Center will open the OMC Front Street Clinic in Port Angeles Monday, Oct. 18, to serve as a new location for COVID-19 testing and vaccination, replacing the COVID-19 Drive Through Testing Site on Caroline Street east of the hospital, the organization announced on Oct. 15.

The clinic, 901 E. Front St., will provide pre-procedural testing and COVID-19 Pfizer vaccinations inside the clinic by appointment only, while unscheduled testing is available through the drive through lanes from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. daily.

Individuals may schedule vaccinations by calling 360-565-0999. Patients needing pre-procedural COVID-19 testing will be notified and scheduled.

“When our community needed COVID testing services, opening the drive through was the needed response at the time,” OMC chief executive officer Darryl Wolfe said.

“We anticipate the need to continue fighting the COVID-19 virus in the coming months, and the need for a more permanent site was prudent. We are a partner in helping our community members protect themselves against COVID-19 during the pandemic, and this new clinic helps us more efficiently do so.”

For more information, visit or call 360-565-0999.

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