Welcome to Olympia Pediatrics

Olympia Pediatrics will be launching a new patient portal in December.  Our current patient portal will be turned off on Monday, November 30th.  After this date, please be aware you will not be able to access your child’s records or message your provider until you register on our new portal.  More information will be coming soon!!  Thank you for your patience during this transition.

Olympia Pediatrics is now offering telemedicine visits. Appointments that may qualify for a telemedicine visit include: rash, sleep issues, constipation management, ADD/ADHD/Depression and Anxiety follow ups visits, certain medication checks and well visits may be eligible for telehealth with your providers approval. All visits with our Behavioral Health Specialist Tina Washington are currently being scheduled via telehealth.

This visit will take place via a secure web portal, face to face with your provider. The platform we are using is called Doxy.me. Co-pays, deductibles and co-insurance apply to all telehealth visits.

Please call our office to find out if the reason for your visit is eligible for a telehealth visit.

In order to be prepared for your telemedicine visit with your provider this is what we need you to do:

  • Call our office 10 minutes prior to your appointment to check in with the front desk and make any applicable co-pays  (Olympia Pediatrics 360-413-8470)
  • After you check in with the front desk please check into the virtual waiting room at (please use Chrome for your web browser) https://olypeds.doxy.me/
  • Go to our forms page to complete any forms for your appointment, such as PHQ9, Gad 7 or SCARED.
  • The patient should be present for the visit
  • Be sure you are in an area with a good Wi-Fi connection
  • If you are using a cell phone or laptop for the visit be sure it is well charged or plugged in for the visit

The wellbeing and safety of our patients and families is very important, so we are taking the following precautions:

  1. Masks are required at all times in the clinic.
  2. All exam rooms, offices and hallways have air purifiers running all day.
  3. Exam rooms are cleaned and sanitized between each patient.
  4. Our staff wear masks at all times and use gloves, gowns and face shields as needed
  5. The lobby remains closed, all check ins are done from your vehicle via a secure messaging system. Keep and eye on your phone for links to check in for your visit.

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Olympia Pediatrics is a primary care practice for babies, children, teens to young adults. Our board-certified providers work together with our clinical and  business staff as a part of a patient centerd medical home model to provide quality whole-person, family-centered care in a proffessional, nuturing environment.

Mission Statement:
We are a team of health care professionals who are committed to delivering expert, personalized care, evidence-based care and guidance to our families as their children grow from birth through young adulthood.

Our core values are:

  1. To provide contemporary pediatric care with your primary care provider and care team in a warm and stimulating environment.
  2. To provide ongoing support of our staff that encourages respect, honesty, efficiency and teamwork.
  3. To provide effective communication with our patients, their families, and each other.

We believe our mission statement and core values ensure long-term practice stability through continuous process improvement efforts. Our aim is to improve your experience not only in our practice, but also across the larger healthcare system through effective community partnerships and coordinated care.

ATTENTION: Patients, Families and Visitors of Olympia Pediatrics

Olympia Pediatrics is a family and patient centered healthcare clinic. We are committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all. Aggressive, threatening, intimidating or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated.

Examples of aggressive, intimidating or disruptive behavior include but are not limited to:

  • Verbal harassment – yelling, threatening or intimidating words or body language
  • Demanding, controlling or manipulative statements and requests
  • Failure to honestly disclose symptoms
  • Abusive/offensive language or swearing
  • Refusal to listen or follow instruction
  • Physical violence or aggression
  • Threats of any kind

Olympia Pediatrics will not tolerate ANY form of aggressive or disruptive behavior. These types of behaviors will result in dismissal from the practice.