PULLMAN, WA— Pullman Regional Hospital’s primary care practice, the Family Medicine Residency Center, welcomes Dr. Brenna Harris, DO, Family Medicine Physician.
Dr. Brenna Harris has more than 7 years of experience practicing family medicine on the Palouse, formerly with Palouse Medical. She obtained her Doctor of Osteopathy at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA, and then completed her family medicine residency at East Pierce Family Medicine Residency in Tacoma, WA.
“I have strived towards meeting patients wherever they may be in their lives. Everyone is living their own life, with unique circumstances, different values and aspirations. I want to create a safe and open environment to care for patients as whole individuals,” said Dr. Brenna Harris. “I love working together with my patients, their families, the care team and other providers in the community to create the best personalized healthcare plan possible.”
The Family Medicine Residency Center is a full-service primary care clinic, located in Pullman Regional Hospital’s second level, near Sid’s Pharmacy. It is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Patients are seen by resident physicians Drs. Bolu Olawuyi, Mohammed Younes, and Jeff Ward, and attending physicians, Dr. Brenna Harris and Dr. Molly Thompson. Patients can feel supported through longer appointment times, chronic disease management for conditions including diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and COPD. Additionally, comprehensive obstetrics and women's health care, preventative care, pediatrics, family medicine for all ages and people, and sports medicine are available services. The Family Medicine Residency Center opened in February 2023 and is part of the Family Medicine Residency Program, a partnership between Pullman Regional Hospital and Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine.
The Family Medicine Residency Center is accepting new patients. Learn more: pullmanregional.org/residency-center or call the Center at (509) 336-7720.
Media Contact: Alison Weigley, Director of External Relations
Pullman Regional Hospital
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