Jamestown S’Klallam Medically Assisted Treatment Clinic
Part of the commitment of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe to providing excellent medical care for the entire community of Sequim, in partnership with architect Rice Fergus Miller the tribe developed a new 16,806 SF medical campus. Intended to provide primary, dental, behavioral health, and childcare services, the first phase of development focuses on providing care for Sequim residents who suffer from substance abuse and will be one of the first Medically Assisted Treatment facility on the upper peninsula, offering outpatient treatment for up to 300 people. The design of the clinic features round timber beaming reminiscent of the artistic and architectural traditions of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe that also reflects their unique approach to medicine and healing. With a structure built to withstand the seismic and wind forces of the area, this new facility will house a vital service for years to come.