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Eureka Community Health & Wellness Center

2200 Tydd Street
Eureka, CA 95501
Phone: (707) 441-1624
Fax: (707) 441-1253
Hours:
Mon -Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm
Extended Clinic Hours:
Mon -Thurs 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 1:00pm
Lab Hours:
Mon -Fri 8:30am – 12:30pm and 1:30pm – 4:30pm

Services

Family practice services for all of your primary medical needs, including diagnosis, treatment and referral for more advanced care as necessary. Clinic provides diagnosis and treatment for acute illnesses (such as flu, colds, aches and pains, fatigue) and chronic conditions (including diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, emphysema). Routine health screenings, immunizations and boosters, and lab tests are provided as appropriate. We work to help you with disease prevention, health maintenance activities and ways you can take care of yourself. Well-child examinations and annual adult check-ups offered to all patients.

Additional services at Eureka Community Health & Wellness Center include: Behavioral Health Counseling and Support, Opiate Dependency Treatment, Diabetes Education, Nutritional Counseling and Women’s Health. Patients established at the Eureka Community Health & Wellness Center can be referred to other Open Door Clinics, including the Telehealth & Visiting Specialist Center, for additional and specialty services. The clinic has 14 private examination rooms, with five physicians, five mid-level practitioners and a licensed clinical social worker on staff. Young children should be seen often for routine immunizations and well-child examinations.

Older children and adults should be seen for routine check-ups every year. Public or private coverage is typically available for children. Coverage for adults depends on a number of factors; we will assist you in determining eligibility for Medi-Cal, Medicare, CMSP, Family PACT and other programs. Those without insurance are eligible for discounts based on income and ability to pay. We accept most private insurance.

Recent Articles

Health Connections Program

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Eureka Community Health and Wellness Center

By | December 31st, 2013|Categories: Communications, Eureka Community Health Center|

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Staff

Kyle Allred, PA-C
Kyle Allred, PA-CPhysicians Assistant
Kyle Allred, PA, joined Open Door Community Health Centers in the Fall of 2012.

He is a graduate of Loma Linda University, where he earned his Master of Physician Assistant in September 2012.

Anne Christensen, DO
Anne Christensen, DO
More background information coming soon!
Willard Hunter, MD
Willard Hunter, MD
Dr. Hunter grew up partly in the Midwest and then moved to Southern California for high school. After getting a bachelors degree at Harvard in the turbulent late 1960’s, he attended medical school at UCLA. He became interested in the alternative cultures that were evolving at the time and embarked on a path to create alternative medical institutions. As part of the back to the land movement he moved to Garberville in the late 1970’s after completing a family practice residency at UC Davis. For the next 20 years he served as medical director of Redwoods Rural Health Center in Redway and was on staff at Southern Humboldt Community Hospital (now renamed Phelps Hospital) taking all comers and doing family practice and emergency medicine. In 1998 he moved up to northern Humboldt County and accepted the position of Medical Director of the Open Door Community Health Centers. Currently his work is two-thirds clinical and one-third administrative.

In a blended family situation he has raised a daughter, son, and step son. He is physically active and enjoys tennis and bicycling. Music has been a big focus of his life. He plays old time fiddle and occasionally sings with a country-folk band.

Casey Kelly, MD
Casey Kelly, MD
Charmaine Mosher-Carbiener, FNP
Charmaine Mosher-Carbiener, FNP
Ellen Taylor, PA-C
Ellen Taylor, PA-C
Chris West, NP
Chris West, NP