SEQUIM — Olympic Medical Center commissioners have approved putting out for bid an estimated $7 million construction contract for expansion of its cancer center on North Fifth Avenue. The board unanimously agreed Wednesday to seek bids for the project that would add about 4,000 square feet to the cancer care center and about 7,500 square feet for primary care service. The expansion also would allow OMC to expand its primary care offerings in the area, Olympic Medical Center CEO Eric Lewis said.
“Our number one priority is primary care access,” Lewis said after the board’s meeting at the Sequim Medical Services Building at 840 N. Fifth Ave. The board also agreed to an additional $597,000 in funding to Coates Design Architects to complete its work on the expansion project, bringing the contract to about $1.4 million.
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“OMC takes another step toward Sequim Cancer Center, Primary Care Expansion,” Peninsula Daily News, June 15, 2018. http://www.peninsuladailynews.com/news/omc-takes-another-step-toward-sequim-cancer-center-primary-care-expansion/