Western Washington Medical Group’s Gateway Surgery Center on Broadway offers a convenient alternative for outpatient surgery.

Western Washington Medical Group’s Gateway Surgery Center on Broadway offers a convenient alternative for outpatient surgery.

WWMG specialty services available right in our back yard

Western Washington Medical Group’s clinics offer patients more personalized, convenient and affordable healthcare services than they would receive at a hospital. After three decades serving this community, offering patients high-quality medical care remains at the center of everything WWMG providers do.

In addition to specialties such as Cardiology, Pulmonary and Orthopedics, read on to discover some additional specialty services available right here in our back yard.

Outpatient Surgery Center

The Gateway Surgery Center on Broadway is a convenient alternative for outpatient surgery. Procedures done at an outpatient surgery center are consistently rated higher in patient satisfaction, cost less and are shown to have lower complication rates than those done at a hospital.

Surgical procedures at Gateway are covered by insurance and the care provided is highly rated by the community.

Gateway’s doctors serve both adult and pediatric patients’ surgery needs for orthopedic, podiatry and ear, nose, and throat surgeries using the latest technology and equipment.

Endoscopy Center

At WWMG’s Endoscopy Center in Everett, patients can receive specialized GI procedures, including a colonoscopy and other services such as reflux testing, sigmoidoscopy, resection, stents and more. Patients are given individualized care before, during and after surgery to ensure a positive experience from beginning to end. WWMG’s Gastroenterology doctors have over 128 combined years of experience and their standards of care exceed national guidelines.

MRI, CT scan, digital X-ray and ultrasounds are among the many services provided by WWMG’s Imaging Center in Everett.

MRI, CT scan, digital X-ray and ultrasounds are among the many services provided by WWMG’s Imaging Center in Everett.

Imaging Center

Whether you need an MRI, CT scan, digital X-ray or an ultrasound, the experienced staff at WWMG’s Imaging Center on Colby in Everett provide caring and professional service to help patients get the high-quality diagnostics they need. Going to an independent imaging center like WWMG’s can save you the additional fees charged by a hospital for the same service.

Infusion Center

Intravenous medication is an important treatment for patients with a variety of chronic illnesses, such as arthritis, lupus, ulcerative colitis and other autoimmune, gastrointestinal and skin conditions. WWMG’s infusion centers are staffed by the same providers daily, offering consistency and continuity of care for patients throughout their course of treatment.

Infusions are given in the comfort of a clinic setting with the quality customer service that patients expect and deserve. Located inside their Bothell and Everett Rheumatology clinics, WWMG’s outpatient infusion centers offer patients a significant savings compared to receiving the same service at a larger facility.

CPAP Sleep Care

For patients who’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea, WWMG’s CPAP Sleep Care teams in Everett and Edmonds can help. Their skilled technicians will fit you with the correct machine and supplies, teach you how to use them and provide support as you begin treatment.

The specialty services above require a referral from your primary care provider or specialist. But the convenience of receiving services in an outpatient setting at Western Washington Medical Group vs. a hospital is important to consider for the time and money they save, and the increased convenience they offer.

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