Auburn North: This resident position will work with Dr. Dalbey at our Auburn North Medical Residency Clinic. In 2013, HealthPoint established a Family Medicine Residency program at the Auburn North clinic that trains medical residents in a three-year longitudinal curriculum in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. Along with patient care, the psychology resident in this clinic will assist the Behavioral Science faculty (Dr. Dalbey) in the planning, development, and implementation of the behavioral science portion of the family practice residency curriculum, didactic teaching, and consultation with medical residents and faculty. This position is ideal for candidates interested in future faculty work within medicine and a career in Behavioral Science Education.
Kent and Kent Urgent Care: This resident position will work with Drs. Allred and Tiernan at our Kent clinic as well as providing behavioral health services at the Kent Urgent Care location. The Kent location offers a unique training opportunity in both primary care behavioral health (PCBH) and urgent care behavioral health (UCBH) treating a culturally diverse population. The main Kent clinic is the largest clinic in the HealthPoint system and houses 13 medical providers, as well as two naturopaths, two acupuncturists, a nutritionist, and a clinical pharmacist who take a team-based approach to care with a special focus on racial justice. Training opportunities will also include medication-assisted therapy for opiate use disorder, gender affirming care, and the opportunity to provide mentoring to an intern.
Midway: This resident position will work with Dr. Mayberry and Dr Sidhu at our HealthPoint Midway clinic located in Des Moines, WA. This position offers residents the opportunity to work with a diverse team of individuals to collaboratively serve our community by promoting patient health and well-being. Our close team includes medical, dental and pharmacy, as well as our community partners (WIC and Valley Cities Behavioral Health) within our location. Within medical, residents will work with medical providers (MDs, DOs, NDs, and ARNPs), ND residents, acupuncturists, registered dieticians, medical assistants, and support staff. Providers with special interests in pediatrics, OB, refugee health, and medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD) create a unique experience for those with special interest in any of these populations and those looking for a truly generalist training experience. Additional training opportunities include weekly consultation with psychiatric providers, gender affirming care, conducting brief assessments for cognitive concerns, participating in N-648 evaluations, and involvement with Centering groups (pregnancy, parenting, and more). This position is ideal for individuals looking for generalist training with an emphasis on working with diverse individuals including our staff, partners, patients, and community members.
SeaTac: This resident position will work with Dr. Zimberoff at our SeaTac clinic.