Christ Clinic opened its doors in May 1991 to provide quality health care to low-income persons with limited or no medical insurance. Our services began as the vision of four dedicated physicians who recognized that rising health care costs were driving uninsured individuals and families to use the emergency room for any acute health related need. The resulting critical care fees were passed along to the consumer, resulting in higher overall medical costs that crippled the financial future of many patients. Of greater concern, the uninsured had no means to access basic health care. Whether it was seasonal illness in a young adult, chronic ear infections in a child, or diabetes in an elder adult, the uninsured were missing the routine care essential to long-term health.
In November 2008 Christ Clinic moved from a 1300 square foot facility to the current 3600 foot facility located adjacent to Christ Kitchen on Monroe and Carlisle in Spokane.
Although the original expectation was that the need for our services would be a short-term solution, the demand for these services has only increased. Currently we are the primary care provider to over 4,000 uninsured and under-insured patients.
Christ Clinic Staff
Bridget Regner-Warwick, ARNP-Clinician
Elizabeth Ferris, PA-C- Clinician
Moraima Phillips, LMHC – Counselor
Natalie Jackson – Director of Clinical Operations; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Christ Clinic/Christ Kitchen
Board of Directors
Shiela Masteller – President
Scott Edminster, MD – Vice President
Marty Tournquist – Secretary
John Lindeblad– Treasurer