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Confluence Health - Omak Clinic
916 Koala Dr
Omak, WA 98841

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Confluence Health is an integrated healthcare delivery system that includes two hospitals, more than 40 medical specialties, and primary care, to provide comprehensive medical care throughout North Central Washington. With over 270 physicians and 150 advanced practice clinicians, Confluence Health is the major medical provider between Seattle and Spokane. Our goal is to deliver high-quality, safe, compassionate, and cost-effective care close to home. Staying on the leading edge of healthcare innovation is important, so we invest in technology—to provide better care for our patients and allow our providers to operate at the highest level.

Located in the heart of Washington, we enjoy open skies, snow-capped mountains, and the lakes and rivers of the high desert. We are the proud home of orchards, farms, and small communities. Confluence Health actively supports the communities we serve and their quality of life through our community support program and through our individual efforts as involved community members.

Omak Clinic’s 14 physicians and three mid-level practitioners provide quality health care in a rural setting. Along with a variety of specialists at The Omak Clinic, specialists from Wenatchee Valley Medical Center travel to The Omak Clinic on a regular basis as well. The medical group has been practicing in Omak since the late 1950’s, and moved into a new facility in 1997. Our practice has changed often during that long history, but has always enjoyed a reputation of serving patients and the community with excellence. We also have a long and successful relationship with the University of Washington Medical School and its WWAMI program, which offers regular clerkships for medical students and rural practice experiences for family practice residents.

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Omak, WA

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In the heart of the Okanogan, a four-season playground awaits you... Whether you want to get away from it all for a weekend or a lifetime, it’s all here! Our beautiful high desert valley offers many recreational activities from camping and fishing to skiing and snowmobiling. Stroll into a simpler time on downtown Main Street with its small-town feel, great shops, and restaurants. Celebrate cultural diversity, athletic achievement and the arts at our many events and activities, including the Omak Stampede, Pow-Wow, Orchards in Bloom Half Marathon and Art in the Park. Commercial convenience - we pride ourselves on offering the value and ease of a variety of shopping, dining, lodging, banking, and services... not to mention plenty of great espresso shops!

Warm summers, mild winters, working ranches, real cowboys and American Indians, and a rich agricultural heritage combine to create the Heart of the Okanogan. Okanogan County has a rich agricultural and cultural heritage, including a thriving creative community that supports art galleries, theater, and live music venues. The city of Okanogan maintains the flavor of yesterday. Take a self-guided walking tour downtown and enjoy the murals of renowned 19th-century photographer Frank Matsura displayed on the town’s historic buildings. We have the luxury of large scale stores, historic downtown shopping, medical facilities, outdoor activities, a strong education system and our signature event, the Omak Stampede. You’ll find boating, water sports, horseback riding, camping, golfing, fishing, and hiking here. At night, take a moment to look up and admire the stars. The Okanogan County Fair and Rodeo in September is a “don’t miss” event. Enjoy music, food, rodeo, and a carnival. Omak Performing Art Center in Omak is a country-wide destination for the performing arts.

From the Canadian border to Ferry County, the North Okanogan is a geological jewel and a secret treasure to hosts of outdoorsmen, nature lovers, and history buffs. The region is replete with lakes, trails, and outdoors to explore. The fishing is extraordinary and each lake has its own fishing requirements. The 14,000 acres Sinlahekin Wildlife Area was originally established to protect mule deer habitat. Four dams have created four lakes that teem with brook, rainbow, and cutthroat trout. The small community of Tonasket is the home of the annual Okanogan River Garlic Festival. Discover the great selection of antique shops, pamper yourself at a day spa, or enjoy local culture and food at the restaurants. At the border with British Columbia, Oroville has great locally grown bounty at its fruit stands and wine tasting at the four local wineries.

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