Naturopath to join Plaza Medical Clinic

Dr. Angela London, a Vashon naturopath, will become part of the Vashon Plaza Medical Clinic, joining Dr. Gail Fulton and two nurse practitioners at the Island’s longest running medical center.

  • Tuesday, November 15, 2011 1:36pm
  • Business

Dr. Angela London, a Vashon naturopath, will become part of the Vashon Plaza Medical Clinic, joining Dr. Gail Fulton and two nurse practitioners at the Island’s longest running medical center.

Fulton, a family practice physician who lives on Vashon and works at the Puyallup Tribal Health Authority, is taking over the clinic from Dr. Charles Weispfenning upon his retirement on Nov. 30. The clinic will close after Weispfenning’s last day, reopening on Dec. 12 under Fulton’s ownership.

London, meanwhile, an-nounced that she’s closing her doors at the London Health Center, which she opened nearly four years ago, to become part of Fulton’s practice. In a news release, she said she believes the move will enable her to serve her patients more effectively through collaborative care and lower overhead costs.

The two doctors will join nurse practitioners Katie Konrad and Elizabeth Hopper, who currently work at the clinic.

Fulton will hold an open house at 3 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 11.

 

 

 

 


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