Providence St. Joseph Health partners with membership-based primary care network to expand access

Providence St. Joseph Health and San Francisco-based concierge medicine group One Medical inked an agreement to expand care services to patients in Los Angeles and Seattle, the Renton, Wash.-based health system announced Jan. 8.

Under the agreement, One Medical and Providence St. Joseph will work together to provide primary and specialty care services to patients in Los Angeles and Seattle. Patients will have access to One Medical's membership-based primary care model to book appointments, message providers and access the organization's virtual care platforms.

"At Providence St. Joseph Health, we are constantly looking for innovative ways to serve more people through our Mission and deliver convenient care where and when people want it. This partnership will offer primary care close to the workplace, as well as access to the full spectrum of services available through the Providence St. Joseph Health network," Mike Butler, president of operations for Providence St. Joseph Health, said in a statement.

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