The Everett Clinic

The Everett Clinic

We are the largest medical group in the state with more than:
318,796 Patients in the North Puget Sound
381 Physicians
167Advanced Clinical Practitioners
40 Specialty Services
2,255 Employees

We are proud of the accomplishments and the advances we have made for our patients and our community. But, it’s the people of our organization that makes us the success we are today. Together we create a culture of appreciation, innovation and continuous improvement. If you are ready for a new professional challenge, explore your options with us.



Our Core Values

To make lives better together through health and healing.

The Everett Clinic, part of Optum, has three core values that define its fundamental beliefs and guide its practices. Every employee that joins our team signs their name to these values as part of a Code of Integrity.

We do what is right for each patient
We continually strive to be patient-centered.
We respect the uniqueness and honor the dignity of each patient with our words and unspoken acts.
We communicate openly and honestly with our patients.
Our patients are partners in their healthcare. We honor their right to share in decision-making.
We hold patient confidentiality in the highest regard.
We protect the integrity of the patient record.

We provide an enriching and supportive workplace
We provide a safe and healthy workplace for employees, visitors and patients.
We create an environment where individuals can continually evolve and grow, both personally and professionally.
We provide an environment free of harassment or discrimination in any form, where any person may respectfully raise concerns about any issue.
We are an equal opportunity employer, hiring the best individuals regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or age.
We communicate honestly and fairly with community members, families, vendors, competitors, outside contractors and payers.
We are committed to the integrity of all business relationships, striving to recognize and avoid conflicts of interest.
We respect employee privacy and protect against improper access to personal employee information.
We demonstrate our commitment to a sustainable environment by adopting behaviors that encourage stewardship of all our natural resources.

Our team focuses on value: service, quality, and cost
We are focused on creating value for our patients—defined as the delivery of high quality of care, timely and compassionate service and careful attention to cost.
We strive to create a positive experience of care for each patient.
We promote high-quality care that is safe, timely, effective, efficient, equitable and patient focused.
We continually learn in order to provide the highest quality of evidence-based care for our patients.
We are committed to reducing unnecessary cost, avoiding waste or unneeded care, and providing equally effective, lower-cost alternatives whenever they are available.

History of Excellence








The Everett Clinic Founding Fathers and families at Everett campus groundbreaking.Doing What is Right for Each Patient

In 1924, four private practice physicians joined together to combine their knowledge and resources to benefit their patients. These founding fathers of The Everett Clinic were innovators, acting creatively to improve patient care. Everett was in the midst of a post-World War I boom. Jobs were plentiful and lumber was king. When mill workers prospered the community and its physicians also thrived. The new clinic survived the Great Depression due to foresight in contracting with local mills to cover workers’ medical care.

Today, we see this spirit of innovation and continuous improvement is still very much a part of our culture at The Everett Clinic. We are working to improve quality and make healthcare more affordable. Our priority is to do what is right for each patient. Our focus on prevention—disease management, standardized work and seeing patients when they want to be seen—all combine to improve patient care while also reducing cost.

Together, we make lives better through health and healing.

Providing value—service, quality, and cost—allows us to operate profitably, recruit the best possible talent and successfully compete, all while providing high-quality healthcare. This model of value-added care, incorporated into every aspect of our business, has put The Everett Clinic on the map as one of the most innovative and high-quality healthcare providers in the country.

The Everett Clinic Milestones

1910 Dr. Samuel Caldbick, a surgeon, established his Everett practice
1924 The Everett Clinic founded by four physicians Dr. Samuel Caldbick, Dr. Harry Secoy, Dr. Arthur Gunderson and Dr. Leo Trask
1963 Founders Building opened, Everett
1977 25 physicians
1981 Marysville Clinic opened
1985 Harbour Pointe Clinic opened
1987 Lake Stevens Clinic opened
1989 First Walk-In Clinic opened, Everett
1993 Snohomish Clinic opened
1994 Silver Lake Clinic opened
1995 The Everett Clinic Foundation formed; 130 providers
1996 Stanwood Clinic opened
1997 Gunderson Building and Kemp Surgery Center opened, Everett
1998 Banned pharmaceutical companies from offices, one of the first medical groups in the US to do so
2000 Recognized as a state best place to work; 175 providers; $500,000 donated to non-profits
2001 Trask Surgery Center opened, Everett
2006 Mill Creek Clinic opened; Providence Regional Cancer Partnership opened, Everett
2007 Electronic medical records replaced paper charts
2011 Recognized as a national best place to work; 250 providers; $3.5 million donated to nonprofits
2012 Smokey Point Medical Center opened; featured on the PBS documentary "U.S. Health Care: The Good News"
2013 Fifth largest private employer in Snohomish County; 500 providers and 2,000 staff caring for 300,000 patients
2015 Recognized for the fourth year in a row as a Top Corporate Philanthropist by Puget Sound Business Journal.
2016 Merger with DaVita Healthcare Partners, a Fortune® 500 company.
2016 Shoreline Clinic opened the first location in King County
2016 Thomas Lake Clinic opened
2017 Edmonds and Woodinville Clinics opened. Totem Lake Family Medicine joined The Everett Clinic.
2018 Bothell Clinic opened
2019 Joined OptumCare
















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Company Benefits

Benefits may vary per position and employment status

Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
401(k)
Medical Flexible Spending Account
Flexible Schedules
Tuition Reimbursement
Vacation Leave
Holiday Pay
Paid Parental Leave
Short-Term Disability
Life Insurance
Vision Insurance
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)
Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
Work From Home
Health & Wellness Programs
Sick Leave
Paid Time Off
Long-Term Disability
401k plus match
Health Insurance
Life Insurance
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
401(k)
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)
Medical Flexible Spending Account
Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
Flexible Schedules
Work From Home
Tuition Reimbursement
Health & Wellness Programs
Vacation Leave
Sick Leave
Holiday Pay
Paid Time Off
Paid Parental Leave
Long-Term Disability
Short-Term Disability
401k plus match

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